Welcome to the website of the Department of Transport Engineering (STT) the EESC / USP. The following pages present information related to the Departmental activities and resources in teaching and research. . The sites of Undergraduate and Postgraduate have specific information of each course.
Gym: “The multiple uses of GNSS and GNSS INCT NavAer”
It will be given by Professor João Francisco Galera Monico, on Friday, day 5 of April, at 08:30 hours, Amphitheater II in the Department of Transport Engineering.
The lecture aims to introduce the concept of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) and its multiple uses feasible to be explored, going beyond the conventional applications. Among the unconventional applications will be presented GNSS Meteorology, GNSS for studies of the ionosphere, among others. In addition, the National Institute of Science and Technology will be highlighted (INCT), called GNSS Technology in Support to Air Navigation (GNSS NavAer), Call arising CNPq 16/2014, incluindo seus objetivos e resultados preliminares. The lecture will be transmitted by the YouTube channel of the Graduate Program in Transport Engineering, the EESC-USP, which can be accessed by link: https://youtu.be/rRiLc_HsUNM.
O professor Galera possui graduação em Engenharia Cartográfica pela Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (1982), Master's degree in Geodetic Sciences by Universidade Federal do Paraná (1988) and Doctorate in Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy – IESSG University of Nottinhgam (1995). It has experience in Geosciences, with emphasis on Geodesy, particularly in geodesy Celeste, GNSS for Geodesy and Monitoring the Atmosphere, Adjustment of Observations and Quality Control in Geodesy and Cartography. Acts as leader of the research group GEGE (Study Group on Space Geodesy). He is currently Researcher II UNESP and 1B CNPq.
Aula Magna: “Mobility Challenges 4.0 for Latin American cities”
Ocorreu na sexta-feira, day 15 March, at 14 hours, in the Post-Graduate School of Transport Engineering of São Carlos (EESC) da USP a Aula Magna ministrada pel o professor Romulo Dante Orrico Filho, with the theme Mobility Challenges 4.0 for Latin American cities.
Orrico is a civil engineer, Master in Production Engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and doctor in Urbanisme et Aménagement du Territoire the University of Paris. He is a professor of the course Graduate in Transport Engineering Alberto Luiz Coimbra Institute of Graduate Studies and Research in Engineering (CUPS) the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, with emphasis on research in public transport, working mainly in the planning, economy and regulation of transport networks. It has been Secretary of State Administration of Rio de Janeiro and Transport Secretary of Rio de Janeiro City. It is currently the CAPES Engineering I area coordinator, with a mandate to 2022.
A palestra pode ser vista no Canal Youtube do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Engenharia de Transportes
Postgraduate Program in Transport Engineering at EESC
Tel.: (16) 3373-9601
Published in January 2019
- Article in journal Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment
- Article in journal Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring
- Article in journal Accident Analysis & Prevention
ANPET award 2018 Scientific Production
Among the highlights were the graduate student Luan Guilherme Carvalho Staichak and teacher advisor José Reynaldo Setti, by STT, awarded in the subject area Urban Traffic and Road, with the calibration work VISSIM trucks performance model using GPS data embedded.
In the subject area models and Transportation Planning Techniques, the graduate student Samuel Marques de France and the guiding teacher Cira Souza Pitombo, by STT, They were awarded for work passenger volume estimate along public transport routes by bus from the Geostatistical.
In the subject area Physical Planning Transport, doctoral students and Marcelo Monari Francisco Roza de Moraes and Paulo Cesar Lima oriented teachers Segantine Irenaeus and da Silva were awarded the work Comparative analysis between stress level assessment models related to cyclists in the identification process of cycle routes: a case study for the city of Bariri-SP.
The congress was organized by the National Association for Research and Education in Transportation (ANPET), which has among its objectives to act as a discussion forum in which all spheres related to transportation activity, whether academic, scientific, professionals, private or government.
A graduate of the Program, Professor Dr. Karla Cristina Rodrigues Silva, He received the award for best PhD thesis – “Rating accident prediction models on two-lane highways in Brazil”, directed by Professor Antonio Clovis Pinta Ferraz, the Graduate Program in School of Transport Engineering of São Carlos, University of São Paulo.
Free Training Wolfram Language students graduate and faculty of the Department of Transport Engineering (STT) It occurs today, 03/07/2018, no LEI (Computerised Teaching Laboratory) Department of Transportation Engineering. The training will be held by the representative of Wolfram Research in Brazil, Daniel Carvalho, at the invitation of Professor André Luiz B. N. da Cunha.
A Wolfram Language It provides free software for academic licenses, so if you want to install and use the software directly to your notebook, use your email @usp.br and download the program following this link.
2O. GeoSanca day it happens 19 June 2018 and it was organized by Professor Jefferson Lins da Silva, accredited advisor in the Postgraduate Program in Transport Engineering and the mediator was the Professor Glauco Túlio Pessa Fabbri.
Research on resilience of urban mobility to lack of fuel, directed by Professor Antonio Nelson Rodrigues da Silva and developed by graduate student Marcel Martins It was featured on radio Senate.
The full interview can be accessed at the address: https://www12.senado.leg.br/radio/1/conexao-senado/pesquisa-mede-resiliencia-da-mobilidade-urbana-a-falta-de-combustivel
A summary text can be accessed in the Journal of USP, the address: https://jornal.usp.br/ciencias/ciencias-exatas-e-da-terra/pesquisa-mede-resiliencia-da-mobilidade-urbana-a-falta-de-combustível/
Guiding students and the PPG-ET ANPET received the Award for Scientific Production 2017:
– Professor Antonio Nelson Rodrigues da Silva and graduate student Marcel Carlos Martins da Mata, with the job: "A strategy for the evaluation of resilience in urban mobility" and
– Teacher Cira Souza Pitombo and students Henrique Guimarães Stramandinoli, of undergraduate and master Andreza Dornelas de Souza, with the job: "Performance analysis of machine learning algorithms for disaggregated analysis of commuting".
Professor André Luiz B. Cunha He was honored by Scivil – Academic Department of Civil Engineering – EESC-USP – 1ª Teacher Evaluation 2017. Professor André was honored, also, in 2016.
Professor Glauco Tulio Pessa Fabbri He was honored by Scivil – Academic Department of Civil Engineering – EESC-USP – 1ª Teacher Evaluation 2017. Professor Glauco was honored, also, in 2016.
PhD student Fabio S. Vieira He received the best thesis award in transport safety 2O. Abertis Chair Award-USP.
Recent Thesis Defenses
Candidate: Diego de Oliveira Martins (Doctorate degree)
Title: "Geodetic Monitoring structures through multipolar method of successive approximations and spatial topographic networks"
Local: Amphitheater II, Department of Transportation
Prof. Associated Irenaeus da Silva - Advisor
Prof. Doctor Edvaldo Simoes Fonseca Junior - EP / USP (participation by videoconference)
Prof. João Francisco Galera Monico - UNESP / Presidente Prudente
Prof. Dr. Pedro Luis Faggion - UFPR (participation by videoconference)
Prof. Dr. Moises Aparecido Birth - UTFPR
Candidate: Tiago Lourenco de Lima Torquato (Doctorate degree)
Title: "Jerk as design consistency indicator for roads"
Local: Amphitheater II, Department of Transportation
Associate Professor Ana Paula Camargo Larocca - Guidance
Prof. 1. Felipe Issa Kabbach Junior – EP/USP (participation by videoconference)
Prof. 1. Flávio José Craveiro Cunto - UFC (participation by videoconference)
Prof. 1. Jose Weissmann – University of Texas (participation by videoconference)
Prof. Associate Daniel Presta Sergio Garcia - UFRGS
Visit to CART
no day 28 August engineers of the Ministry of Public Works and Communications of Paraguay,
participating in the broad sense of post-graduate course at the Department of Engineering
Transport paid a visit, followed by Prof. Glauco Fabbri, the duplication of works of
SP-225 - Highway João Baptista Cabral Rennó, in the region of the town of Espírito Santo do Turvo.
The home highway part of the road corridor administered by CART, concessionaire
Auto Raposo Tavares, which has a total of 834 kilometers between President Epitácio and Bauru,
sendo 444 the main shaft and 390 kilometers of local
During a visit, Paraguayan professionals were able to observe the different types of services
that make up this kind of work, such as the drainage system, earthmoving and construction
of flexible pavements, from improving the subgrade to the asphalt coating.
Around the STT University USP 2018, part of the Yellow September activities of the EESC / USP
Doctor Professor André Luiz B. N. da Cunha, through Erasmus + Mobility Lecturer – Exchange University of Zagreb and USP-EESC, taught classes and lecture at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia, in June 2018.
Teachers and students participated in the ANPET Congress in Recife: