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Alberto Luiz Coimbra Institute Graduate School and Research in Engineering Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Ronaldo Balassiano UC Berkeley, 24 July 2006. Graduate School. Stricto Sensu Graduation. Lato Sensu Graduation. Extension (short courses). COPPE OBJECTIVES. Research.

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Alberto Luiz Coimbra Institute

Graduate School and Research in Engineering

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Ronaldo Balassiano

UC Berkeley, 24 July 2006

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Graduate School

Stricto Sensu Graduation

Lato Sensu Graduation

Extension (short courses)

COPPE

OBJECTIVES

Research

Project

Basics

Applied

Technology Diagnosis

Entrepreneurial Solutions

Technology Development of Processes and Products

Entrepreneurial Capacitating

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COPPEDEPARTMENTS

12 Engineering Departments

Biomedical

Civil

Electrical

Mechanical

Nuclear

Metallurgical and Materials

Ocean

Energy Planning

Production

Chemical

System and Computer

Transportation

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283 Professors

PhD

Full Time

Personnel

351 Administrative Technicians

3018 Students

1682 MSc

(450 Scholarships)

11% Support

62% Undergraduate

1336 PhD

(424 Scholarships)

27% Graduate

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Academic Production

2005

603 MSc Dissertations

203 PhD Thesis

1769 Papers (periodicals and congresses)

Research Support (CNPq, CAPES and FAPERJ)

$ 13,700,000.00

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COPPETEC FOUNDATION

COPPETEC was created in 1970 – one of the administrative units of COPPE

To increase its autonomy and flexibility, COPPETEC Foundation was established in 1993 – non profit organization

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2.134 Under development

Projects in 2005

Total Budget - $ 57.7 million

38%Energy studies

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TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING PROGRAM - PET

  • 12 Associate Professors
  • 2 Professors
  • almost 150 students
  • Research Projects developed to Federal, State and Metropolitan Government; Public Sector Companies; Brazilian Private Companies.
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Project Partnership

PLANET / PET

and GEOCONTROL

  • Campus Bus Fleet Tracking Project
  • (Support – CNPq / FAPERJ / GEOCONTROL)
  • Real time bus tracking project
  • 9 vehicles monitored (6:00 to 20:00)
  • 8 students team (undergraduate and graduate)
  • Development of thesis and research work
  • Testing new products and services (demand responsive transport services)
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Research Background

  • New Transportation Planning Approach
  • Accessibility
  • Mobility
  • Technology
  • Travel Demand Management
  • Low cost strategies
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Congestion Index

  • Real time information of traffic congestion on main roads using on board positioning system devices (bus system).
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Current Research at

UC Berkeley

  • Main objective: identify viable urban public transport strategies to be considered in the case of “emerging” countries, aiming at improving the transport system performance and consequently increase its use and optimization.
  • Background: analysis, discussion and comparison of some data and aspects related to economy, public policies, national political strategies and goals, transportation, land use, socio-economic and cultural similarities (and differences) of emerging countries such as Brazil and China.
  • Expected Results: in-depth analysis of possible public transport strategies based on accessibility and mobility concepts, commonly applicable to both countries (and consequently possibly applicable to other emerging countries) trying to respond to the main objective of the research project.
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THANK YOU!

  • Ronaldo Balassiano
  • Núcleo de Planejamento Estratégico de Transportes – PLANET
  • Programa de Engenharia de Transportes – PET/COPPE/UFRJ
  • (55) (21) 25628182 / 8131
  • ronaldo@pet.coppe.ufrj.br