Ferramenta foi criada e premiada durante maratona organizada pela Prefeitura de São Paulo que busca soluções para melhorar segurança viária
Higor Amario e Eduardo Santana, dois dos três pesquisadores do Instituto de Matemática e Estatística da USP que venceram etapa do concurso da Prefeitura de São Paulo
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The INACITY project (INvestigate and Analyse a CITY) was selected to be one of the finalists competitors of the 2nd BRICS Young Innovator Prize, awarded to recognize the top research, development and innovation projects that can contribute majorly to the science and technology sectors and gathered scientists from all the BRICS nations, in the event that is part of the 4th BRICS Young Scientist Forum that happened in Nov 6th,
MIT scientist Fabio Duarte conducted a graduate course on Urban Science at IME-USP.
The course was based on recent literature on Urban Science, AI, and Autonomous Vehicles published in the Nature and Science journals.
The contents were highly interdisciplinary and attracted 35 graduate students from Computer Science, Architecture, Urban Planning, Engineering, Physics, and Social Sciences. Staff members from the City of São Paulo, IPT, and SERPRO, the Brazilian Public IT Company, also participated.
The second InterSCity Project Workshop took place at Juquehy-SP from April 15th to 17th, with discussions on public health, environment, urban mobility and transportation, accessibility, education, architecture and urbanism, and their relationship with software platforms for smart cities, IoT, cloud computing, machine learning, and big data.