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.
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.
27/09 – “Study of moisture damage induced in the fine aggregate matrix”
Alessandra Christina Andrade Figueiredo Berloffa
28/09 – “Analysis aspects of urban mobility network from a real topographical properties of weighted”.
Recent Thesis Defenses
Teachers and students attended the congress: