Committees

  • Chairman
  • Haroldo de Mayo Bernardes (UNESP - Brazil)
  • Vice-Chairman
  • Selmo Chapira Kuperman (DESEK - Brazil)
  • Scientific Committee
    * Coordinators
    • * Nicole Pagan Hasparyk (ELETROBRAS Furnas - Brazil)
      * Leandro Sanchez (University of Ottawa - Canada)

      Arnaldo Forti Battagin
      Claudio Sbrighi Neto
      Haroldo de Mayo Bernardes
      Selmo Chapira Kuperman
      Silvia Regina S. da Silva Vieira

  • Organizing Committee
  • Alberto Jorge C. T. Cavalcanti
    Ana Livia Zeitune de Paula Silveira
    Arnaldo Forti Battagin
    Claudio Sbrighi Neto
    Eduardo Fairbairn
    Flávio Moreira Salles
    Francieli Tiecher
    Haroldo de Mayo Bernardes
    Hugo Rodrigues
    Leandro Sanchez
    Luiz Prado Vieira Júnior
    Nicole Pagan Hasparyk
    Patricia Neves Silva
    Selmo Chapira Kuperman
    Silvia Regina S. da Silva Vieira
    Tiberio Andrade
    Túlio Nogueira Bittencourt
    Yushiro Kihara

 

The Faculty of Engineering of Ilha Solteira of UNESP will be the host of 15th ICAAR.

With a 1,06 Billion USD Annual budget, 46.6342 students (including 10.7052 graduate students) and almost 3.5432 staff members, the Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (UNESP) is one of the most important public universities in Brazil, being considered the 9th top university in Latin America. In 2013, Times Higher Education (THE) has pointed out UNESP as one of the 100 best “young” universities (with less than 50 years) of the world and the 82th best universities of the emerging countries.
Founded in January 30th 1976, with 38 years of tradition and modernity, UNESP has been one of the prime research associate for the Brazilian industry and it is very active subsidizing governmental policies.
Unesp is a multicampus institution, present in 24 cities over São Paulo state and Ilha Solteira is one these cities. The Faculty of Engineering of Ilha Solteira (www.feis.unesp.br), is devoted to teaching and research in the fields of the built environment technology, with research areas on cement and concrete, materials science, dams and infrastructure. The Faculty has 5 graduate courses (Agronomy, Civil Engineering, Electric Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science).