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Campinas, Brazil Basic Data Infrastructure Economy Science & Technology Universities http://www.campinet.sp.gov.br/~secoop Slide 2 Geographical Location 80 km north of So Paulo Slide 3 Campinas Founded 1790 Slide 4 Campinas Basic Data Second largest city of the state of So Paulo 15 th largest city of Brazil 1.050.000 inhabitants Population of largely of European origin (60% Italian) Regional metropolitan center comprising 22 cities with 2,5 million inhabitants Industrial, agricultural, scientific, cultural, educational and commercial center, with levels comparable to developed countries (level of Spain) 93,8 % literacy rate, 60 % with middle and higher level education 99 % population health care coverage Slide 5 Cultural Heritage Agronomical Institute CathedralEducation Institute Old Railway Station Old Market Gazebo Slide 6 Campinas Infrastructure 97 % houses served with water mains, 95,5 % with electricity Largest per capita indices of vehicles, telephones and TV sets in the state Sophisticated telecommunication system with 500 km of digital cabling, 400 km of fiber optical cabling, major academic and commercial backbone POP 26 hospitals, 45 primary care centers 10 museums, 90 libraries, 43 movie theaters, 9 theaters, 6 shopping centers, best symphonic orchestra of Brazil Cable TV, etc. Slide 7 Campinas Infrastructure Campinas International Airport: Second largest cargo airport of Latin America, specialized in import;export. Ultramodern highway system (151 km inside the county) Extensive cargo railway system Access to the Tiete/Paran river highway Endpoint of Bolivia-Brasil gasoduct Home to the largest oil refinery of Latin America (Paulinia) Slide 8 Campinas Infrastructure Dom Pedro Highway Viracopos Airport Paulinia Refinery Slide 9 Campinas Economy 9 % of Internal Gross Product of Brazil (an economy with the size of Chiles) 17 % of Gross Industrial Product of the state of So Paulo 12 % of the Gross Agricultural Product of the state of So Paulo Second largest consumer market in the country Fifth largest financial market in the country US$ 3,7 billion exportations US$ 1,57 billion importations US$ 9.800 per capita income (second largest in the country. Brazilian average: US$ 4.200) Slide 10 Campinas Economy 25 % chemical industry production 19 % heavy machinery production 21 % textile production Second largest petrochemical industry in Latin America 17 % of electrical energy comsumption in So Paulo 4.500 industrial establishments 50 among the largest 500 companies in the world have seat and plants in Campinas Highest concentration of high tech industries: IBM, Compaq, Motorola, Lucent, Nortel, etc. Major development in biotechnological industries Slide 11 Campinas Science &Technology 3 universities with 41.000 students State University of Campinas Pontifcial Catholic University of Campinas Paulista University 13 R & D Centers Informatics Technology Center (CTI) Telecommunications Research Center (CPqD) Brazilian Agricultural Research Company (EMBRAPA) Agronomical Institute of Campinas (IAC) Food Technology Institute of Campinas (ITAL) National Synchrotron Research Laboratory (LNLS) Slide 12 Campinas Science & Technology First fiber optics and laser R & D in Latin America, third in the world First digital telephone switches R & D and production in Latin American, fourth in the world Second all-Brazilian computer development team First in Brazil in food engineering and agronomical research and engineering Second in Brazil in oil/gas exploration technology and petrochemical engineering UNICAMP is the second university in all-Brazilian rankings and first in many of its high tech schools First in bioinformatics, second in biotechnology Slide 13 Science Research Synchrotron Lab CPqD IAC Slide 14 Campinas Industrial Incentives Seven high tech incubators and technological parks: Centro Industrial de Alta Tecnologa de Campinas (CIATEC) 2 areas with a total of 4 million m 2 Strategically located (near UNICAMP, PUCCAMP and other scientific centers) Favourable land prices, tax exemptions Neighbouring counties with high level of incentives and industrialization policies: Indaiatuba, Sumar, Jaguarina, Paulnia Slide 15 State University of Campinas UNICAMP http://www.unicamp.br/ Slide 16 UNICAMP Basic Data 4 campuses (Campinas, Paulinia, Limeira, Piracicaba) 3 million square meters 28.914 regular students 12.784 graduate students (44 % of total) 23.090 continuing education students 1.815 faculty (90 % full-time, 80 % doctors) 21 schools and institutes, 2 technical schools 44 undergraduate courses 120 graduate courses (10% of Brazils) 1.000 dissertations and theses per year 6.200 research projects (15% of national production) US$ 210 million annual budget Slide 17 UNICAMP Slide 18 UNICAMP Technology Centers School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Computer Sciences Institute Mathematics, Statistics and Computation Institute Physics Institute Interdisciplinary centers: Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Informatics, Educational Informatics, Agricultural Informatics, Bioinformatics UNICAMP Computing Center