- Monitoring of urban mobility patterns in metropolitan regions作者
- Moacyr Alvim Silva
Holds a Master’s Degree and PhD in Mathematics from the National Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics Association (Inpa). He is currently a professor at Fundação Getulio Vargas, working mainly in the following areas: discrete differential geometry, axis of symmetry, complex networks, game theory and agent-based models.
- Alexandre Evsukof
Graduated in Mechanical Engineering from UFRJ, holds a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Coppe / UFRJ and PhD in Automation and Control at the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, France. Professor of the Civil Engineering Program at Coppe/UFRJ, focusing on the development of computational intelligence techniques for modeling complex systems in data mining, text and web applications. In recent years, he has been active in R&D projects in collaboration with industry in the areas of oil, energy, environment and urban mobility.
- Júlio César Chaves
Holds a PhD and Master’s Degree from Coppe/UFRJ under the civil engineering program, focusing on urban mobility based on georeferenced data, such as data provided by mobile telephone operators, IBGE and the transportation sector. Graduated in Informatics from the Universidade da Cidade. His research seeks to enrich, from the comprehensive analysis of the data, the traditional methodologies of inference of mobility.
- Pedro Schneider
Graduated in Electrical Engineering from PUC-RJ. Holds a Master’s Degree in Mathematical Modeling of Information from FGV’s School of Applied Mathematics (FGV EMAp). He held the position of Research Assistant at FGV EMAp from 2016 to 2017.