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2017 Report – Universidad Piloto de Colombia, Maestría en Gestión Urbana

By on June 17, 2017
General Information
University
Universidad Piloto de Colombia

Department / Institution
Master’s in Urban Management

Country
Colombia Bogota

Person filling out the report
Carlos Augusto Moreno Luna
caros-moreno1@unipiloto.edu.co
Associated UNI Thematic Hubs

Urban Accessibility

Collaborations
Other academic network affiliations
Yes
Network of Postgraduate Programs

Other research network affiliations
No

Collaborations with UNI members in academic activities
Yes
Member of scientific commitee in the 7th international conference: Building innovatively interactive cities held in Cairo. Organized by the Department of Architecture of Cairo UNIVERSITY

Collaborations With UNI members in Research Initiatives
Yes
Project Proposal: The project Intends to model, analyze and map accessibility to Opportunities in Bogota (Col) and Cape Town (SA). Accessibility maps are used to analyze spatial and social exclusion of the urban poor. A participatory toolkit is developed to discuss and show the impact of land use and transport projects on accessibility with University of Twente and University of Cape Town.

Programs

Undergraduate Programs
Bussiness Administration: The Business Administration Program trains professionals committed to human and academic excellence, able to understand, transform organizations, and manage their relationships with dynamic and complex environments, fostering scientific research and research training, Dissemination of knowledge, social projection and internationalization, promoting socio-economic development and protection of the environment in a local and global context.
Environmental Administration: Formulation of environmental, national or sectorial policies; Design and formulation of plans and programs related to environmental protection and control; Definition of needs and priorities of studies, projects or works for environmental protection.
Architecture: The meaning of the Architecture Program is based on the commitment established in the institutional origin to be in solidarity with all human condition, and give priority to scientifically and artistically solve the conjunctural problems that require architectural intervention, based on making them Transcending them into generators of urban and regional coexistence; For this purpose, the program is based on an academy that encourages students, professors and managers in permanent research, projection and experimentation leading to the formation of an integral individual, understood as being critical, aesthetic and creative.
Economics The Economics Program offers a solid background in economic theory and analysis of the different schools of economic thought, From the critical study of history, geography and the context of phenomena;
Instilling in the citizen the concern to know and solve the problems of their environment as an agent of social transformation, endowed with different tools and knowledge of the civil economy Engenieering: Civil Engineering of the Pilot University of Colombia, promotes the development of a Set of training processes that are oriented towards the integral formation of people, characterized both by their solid conceptual foundation in the technical and scientific areas of civil engineering, as well as by their humanistic and economic-administrative strengths, to face the reality of their country And participate in the search for specific solutions to the development needs of the nation, Through the sustainable construction of urban infrastructure projects, framed in ethics, quality and environmental and social responsibility.
Market Engineering: The Market Engineering Program forms Market Engineers with an integral and integral professional approach, with scientific, critical and ethical knowledge, committed to the social and economic transformation of the Colombian nation, generating in them professional, occupational and humanistic competences According to the guidelines set forth in the IEP of the Pilot University of Colombia
System Engineering: Train professionals in systems engineering with a critical and systemic thinking, with extensive knowledge in the analysis, modeling and construction of computer systems, based on the basic sciences, Human and disciplinary; Enhancing the scientific spirit to respond to their personal expectations and interests, in the search for the common good for the solution of concrete problems of society, through the use of Information Technology and Communications, aimed at generating individual value and collective.
Mechatronics: It’s the new engineering profession whose futuristic and interdisciplinary look allows young people to design and build intelligent products to meet the needs of future societies; Such as synergistic integration of electronic engineering, high-precision mechanical engineering, intelligent control and sensor systems offers innovations in the design and manufacture of products and processes within the framework of sound ethical and comprehensive training.
Financial Engineering: It is the discipline that, based on the knowledge of the economic, mathematical and physical sciences, with the support of computer technology and finance, is responsible for the design, development and implementation of models, instruments and processes, which give an optimal solution to the different Economic and financial problems, in an environment marked by uncertainty and risk.
International Bussiness: The professional training in INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS is oriented to innovation, leadership and entrepreneurship in the management of diverse business, training for autonomous learning and for the development of skills of thinking, interpretation, use Information and work with interdisciplinary teams.
Psychology:

Master Programs
Urban Management Masters: The postgraduate and undergraduate programs focus on the urban issue as a main subject to take into account for students to acquire a sense of importance regarding the respect, development, and commitment with society as well as! S the environment. It also seeks the strengthening of the environment in which the University takes part, mainly within the regional strategic and urban development sectors, among others. Http://www.unipiloto.edu.co/programas/especializaciones/maestria-en-gestion-urbana/
Network management and logistic Masters: a Universidad Piloto de Colombia based on its experience of more than 10 years in the formation of logistics Through its programs in “Logistics Management” and Specialization in “Logistics Management in Business Networks”, And the state of the art knowledge of the disciplines in Supply Chains Management and Logistics, designed the Master’s program in “Supply Chain Management and Logistics” (Supply Chains Management & Logistics), in order to train and prepare human talent Which at a strategic level require Colombian companies to successfully take on the challenges of global macro trends (4th industrial revolution or 4.0 companies) in Supply Chains Management & Logistics.
Http://www.unipiloto.edu.co/programas/especializaciones/maestria-en-gestion-de-redes-de-valor-y-logistica/ Architecture Massters: a MARQ is geared towards the reflection and practice of architecture In an international scenario, with a special look at the Latin American and Colombian context; Responds to the need to train high-level professionals and academics and establish a meeting, exchange, teaching and learning space.
Http://www.unipiloto.edu.co/programas/especializaciones/maestria-en-arquitectura/ Different Specializations such as:
* Project Management http://www.unipiloto.edu.co/programas/especializaciones/especializacion-en- Management-of-projects /
* University Teaching http://www.unipiloto.edu.co/programas/especializaciones/especializacion-en-docencia-universitaria/
* Informatic Safety: http://www.unipiloto.edu.co/programas / Specializations / specialization-in-security-informatica /
Environmental Urban Management: http://www.unipiloto.edu.co/programas/especializaciones/especializacion-en-gestion-ambiental-urbana/
And others

PhD Programs

Other Programs

Produced Materials

Books
Associativity: Strategy for National Development. Policy Proposal for the Dairy Sector in Colombia. Colombia, 2015, ISBN: 9789588537818 vol: pp., Ed. Editorial EdiSion Ltda. / Universidad Piloto de Colombia. Authors: JUAN ALEJANDRO BARRETO TEJADA, GERMAN ANDRES CORTES MILLAN, NON BONILLA LONDONO, FLOR MARIA ROJAS BELTRAN,
Management of large urban projects in metropolitan spaces: Integrated transport systems in Colombia. Colombia, 2013, ISBN: 9789588537719 vol: pp:, Ed. Universidad Piloto de Colombia. Authors: ADRIANA HURTADO TARAZONA, LEONEL ALBERTO MIRANDA RUIZ, MONICA PATRICIA HERNANDEZ OSPINA,
Urban Management In Latin America, Debates From Reflection-Action. Colombia, 2013, ISBN: 978-958-8537-63-4 vol: 0 pages: 265, Ed. Universidad Piloto de Colombia. Authors:


CARLOS AUGUSTO MORENO LUNA, MELBA RUBIANO BRINEZ,” Residential segregation and daily mobility in the metropolitan context. A study based on Bogota Soacha relations. ” In: Colombia Territorios ISSN: 0123-8418 ed: Man’s Century / Centro Editorial Universidad Del Rosario v.31 fasc
. P.133-162, 2014, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12804/territ31.2014.06

CARLOS AUGUSTO MORENO LUNA, FABIO DUARTE, FABIO TEODORO SOUZA, TATIANA GADDA, “What to expect from the future leaders of Bogotá and Curitiba in terms of public transport: Opinions and practices among university students”. In: United Kingdom Transportation Research Part F-Traffic Psychology And Behavior ISSN: 1369-8478 ed: v.38 fasc.N / A p.7 – 21, 2016,

CARLOS AUGUSTO MORENO LUNA, CARME MIRALLES-GUASCH. The Bicycle As A Real Feeder To The Transmilenio System In Bogota And Soacha. International Journal of Transport Development and Integration. Volume 1 (2017), Issue 1

CARLOS AUGUSTO MORENO LUNA, “Segregation in the urban space of Soacha. Transmilenio as an integrating tool?” . In: Colombia Revista de Arquitectura ISSN: 1657-0308 ed: Universidad catolica de colombia. Volume.18 fasc.1 p.48 – 55, 2016

Projects
Type of project: Research and development
Metropolitan residential segregation in Latin America. Case Study Bogotá-Soacha
Home: January 2013 Projected end: December 2013 End: December 2013
Abstract The segregation of the formal housing of the poorest households outside the cities as a whole is a contemporary trend in Latin America. It has become the predominant trend in cities like Bogota, Santiago and Mexico City, among others. It seems hasty to conclude that this segregation of social housing outside cities is due to the increase in inequalities. Everything indicates that it would have to do, rather, with the operation of the land markets. The convergence of the following facts or processes has been decisive: Predominance of private real estate promotion in urban development and persistence of strong social inequalities. The former causes soil prices to grow significantly; Second, that increases occur especially in the areas facing segregation; And the third – the poor distribution of income – that soil prices are beyond the reach of low-income individuals.

Type of project: Research and development Urban mobility opinion and practices: comparative analysis Curitiba-Bogotá Beginning: November 2012 Projected end: November 2013 Duration 12 Abstract To generate a light on the possible remains that both cities face in the opinion and behavior of Your future leaders

Type of project: Research and development
Phase II: Metropolization, territorial imbalances and space justice in Latin America: challenges for land management
Start: March 2014 End: October 2014 Duration
Summary The project Metropolization, territorial imbalances and space justice in Latin America is The result of the reflections and preliminary results of the research that is currently underway on residential segregation from a point of view of metropolitan relations in Latin American cities. To consider whether the development of the project has implications for the phenomenon of residential segregation for its residents. The objective of the research is to study cases of “socio-urban frontiers” in popular metropolitan residential areas, which will improve our understanding of the factors of rejection and exclusion that raise conflicts between the two sides of the “frontier” or of the class division Social, as well as the possible implications on the well-being of the population in terms of mobility and habitability.

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