Civil Engineering and Management Scientific Report 2000-2004
M.F.A.M. van Maarseveen (Editor)

* Publisher: University of Twente, Faculty of Engineering Technology Civil Engineering
* Number Of Pages: 121
* Publication Date: 2005-03
* ISBN-10 / ASIN: 9036522064
* ISBN-13 / EAN: 9789036522069
* Binding: Hardcover




This scientific report has been written by the Department of Civil Engineering of the Faculty of Engineering Technology of the University of Twente for the periodic quality assessment of research under auspices of the VSNU/NVAO.

University of Twente, Faculty of Engineering Technology Civil Engineering
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
Editor: prof. dr ir M.F.A.M. van Maarseveen

The Department of Civil Engineering operates at the interface of Civil Engineering, Public Administration and Management Science. It attempts to acquire qualitative and quantitative knowledge on all phases of the life cycle of civil engineering systems and objects, i.e. initiative, design, production, operation, maintenance and demolition, all in a societal and environmental context. The Department aims at disseminating this knowledge among students and practitioners, e.g. via the development of applicable and transferable methodologies and tools for the design, analysis and control of infrastructural civil engineering systems, and the integrated design and construction of civil engineering objects. It strives to provide the university with a technical base in civil engineering, and to place this in a relevant managerial, administrative and environmental context. It is interdisciplinary and international in its orientation and seeks relations with other universities and organisations that are leading the field.

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Civil Engineering and Management Scientific Report 2000-2004
Front Cover
Title Page
Copyright
Preface
Table of *******s
Section A: Research profile
A Profile of the institute
A1 Mission statement
A2 Leadership
A3 Strategy and policy
A4 Researchers and other personnel
A5 Resources, funding and facilities
A6 Processes in research, internal and external collaboration
A7 Academic reputation
A8 Internal evaluation
A9 External validation
A10 Overview of the results
A11 Analysis, perspectives and expectations for the institute
Section B: Documentation per programme
Construction Management & Engineering
B1 Leadership
B2 Strategy and policy
B3 Processes in research, internal and external collaboration
B4 Academic reputation
B5 Internal evaluation
B6 External validation
B7 Researchers and other personnel
B8 Resources, funding and facilities
B9 Overview of the results
B10 Analysis, perspectives and expectations for the research programme
Full list of publications PhD Theses
Academic publications In refereed journals
Books
Bookchapters
Book editorships
Professional publications and products
Transport Engineering & Management
B Research programme: Transport Engineering & Management
B1 Leadership
B2 Strategy and policy
B3 Processes in research, internal and external collaboration
B4 Academic reputation
B5 Internal evaluation
B6 External validation
B7 Researchers and other personnel
B8 Resources, funding and facilities
B9 Overview of the results
B10 Analysis, perspectives and expectations for the research programme
Full list of publications
PhD Theses
Academic publications
In refereed journals
Conference proceedings
Book chapters
Book editorships
Water Engineering & Management section B
B Research Programme Water Engineering & Management
B1 Leadership
B2 Strategy and policy
B3 Processes in research, internal and external collaboration
B4 Academic reputation
B5 Internal evaluation
B6 External validation
B7 Researchers and other personnel
B8 Resources, funding and facilities
B9 Overview of results
B10 Analysis, perspectives and expectations for the research programme
Full list of publications PhD Theses
Academic publications
In refereed journals
Conference proceedings
Books
Book chapters
Book editorships
Professional publications and products