UCL - Urban Computing Lab

Federal University of Bahia (UFBA)

About us

The Urban Computing Lab (UCL) research group at PGCOMP/UFBA focuses on orchestrating data generated by large urban centers to facilitate and improve people's quality of life. To achieve this goal, orchestration takes place through the acquisition, integration and analysis of a large volume of data that is continuously generated by various sources, such as sensors, devices, vehicles, houses, buildings and people. In addition, data orchestration in Urban Computing uses sensing technologies and large-scale computing infrastructures (Edge and Cloud) to process machine learning methods.

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Our group Research Interests

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Edge Computing

Computation closer to the sources of data.

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Smart Mobilty

Public transportation, vehicular ad hoc network, mobility as a service (MobaaS).

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Emergency Systems

Emergencies in smart cities, connected emergency services.

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Smart Grids

Efficient use of resources for energy production, transmission, distribution and consumption.

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Smart Water

Intelligent management of water distribution network, leak detection and sustainable use.

Our Team

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Maycon Leone Peixoto

PhD / Coordinator

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Edson Mota

PhD Candidate

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Matheus

Master's Degree Candidate

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Wesley Souza

PhD Candidate

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Leonan Oliveira

Master's Degree Candidate

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Mariese Conceio

PhD Candidate

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Adriano

Master's Degree Candidate

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Igo Romero

Master's Degree Candidate

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Icaro Ramires

Master's Degree Candidate

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Elivelton Rangel

PhD Candidate

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Rafael Sampaio

Master's Degree Candidate

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Thiago Nery

Master's Degree Candidate

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Marcus Freire

Master's Degree Candidate

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Joo Victor

Master's Degree Candidate

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Papers