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Benjamin Colucci

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University of Puerto Rico

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University of Puerto Rico

1390 Ponce De León Ave., Suite 2

San Juan, San Juan,00926

United States

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"Encouraging research and knowledge transfer between the academic and private sectors is key to the social and economic progress of a society, and that is precisely what abertis is looking to achieve through this program," said Benjamín Colucci, professor at the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Puerto Rico's Mayagüez campus (RUM), and director of Catedra abertis in Puerto Rico.
"The students who are awarded with the top prizes will contribute to find transportation solutions that will improve the quality of life of all Puerto Ricans," he said. The winning dissertations in Puerto Rico will go on to compete at an international level with counterparts in Chile, France and Spain, places where abertis has established the program in collaboration with universities and academic institutions since 2003. "In Puerto Rico there is a significant and proven pool of talent in the engineering field. I invite qualified candidates to participate in this award, which will both contribute to advance the transportation infrastructure field in the island, as well as at the international level," Colucci said. This program supports Fundacion abertis' mission to promote research related to the impact that great works of infrastructure can have in countries where abertis has a corporate footprint. Interested parties have until Dec. 20 to participate. A copy of their work in print and digital formats along with a letter of intent must be submitted to Sede de la Cátedra abertis, Civil Engineering Building, Office CI-105ª, Department of Civil Engineering UPR- Mayagüez. For more information candidates may contact Colucci by email at catedra.abertis@upr.edu or by phone at 787-834-6385, 787-832-40404 x. 3393/3403


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University of Puerto Rico At Mayaguez


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Benjamín Colucci, University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez


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UTRC2.org: Directory: People: Dr. Benjamin Colucci University Transportation Research Center, Region II Dr. Benjamin Colucci Professor of Civil Engineering


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