His primary scientific interests are in Construction management, Automation, Project management, Simulation and Identification. His research in Construction management intersects with topics in Indirect costs, Schedule, Operations management and Manufacturing engineering. The Project management study combines topics in areas such as Document classification, Economic impact analysis and Information management, Database.
Carlos H. Caldas combines subjects such as Performance indicator and Real-time computing with his study of Simulation. His Real-time computing research incorporates themes from Real-time data, Frame rate and 3D modeling. His Identification research includes elements of Engineering drawing, Systems engineering, Technical feasibility, Supply chain and Task.
Carlos H. Caldas mainly focuses on Construction management, Productivity, Project management, Identification and Transport engineering. He brings together Construction management and Data collection to produce work in his papers. His work on Schedule and Project planning as part of general Project management study is frequently connected to Computer Applications, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His Identification study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Object and Materials management. His Systems engineering research includes themes of Simulation and Process management. His Simulation study combines topics in areas such as Real-time data and 3D modeling.
Carlos H. Caldas mainly investigates Productivity, Petrochemical, Benchmarking, Construction management and Knowledge management. His research integrates issues of Normalization and Engineering management in his study of Benchmarking. Carlos H. Caldas undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Engineering management and Automation in his work.
Carlos H. Caldas has included themes like Construction engineering and Supply chain in his Construction management study. Carlos H. Caldas has researched Identification in several fields, including Cost estimate and Manufacturing engineering. His Project planning study introduces a deeper knowledge of Project management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Productivity, Project planning, Knowledge management, Scope and Risk analysis. His work deals with themes such as Cost estimate, Schedule and Identification, which intersect with Scope. In his research on the topic of Risk analysis, Project management and Project management triangle is strongly related with Estimation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Supply chain management and Process management in addition to Project management. Carlos H. Caldas merges Automation with Materials management in his study. His Materials management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as OPM3, Program management, Management process, Systems engineering and Construction management.
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Measuring the Impact of Rework on Construction Cost Performance
Bon Gang Hwang;Stephen R Thomas;Carl T. Haas;Carlos H Caldas.
Automating the task of tracking the delivery and receipt of fabricated pipe spools in industrial projects
Jongchul Song;Carl T. Haas;Carlos Caldas;Esin Ergen.
Tracking the Location of Materials on Construction Job Sites
Jongchul Song;Carl T. Haas;Carlos H. Caldas.
Automating hierarchical document classification for construction management information systems
Carlos H. Caldas;Lucio Soibelman.
Automation in Construction (2003)
Real-Time Three-Dimensional Occupancy Grid Modeling for the Detection and Tracking of Construction Resources
Jochen Teizer;Jochen Teizer;Jochen Teizer;Carlos H. Caldas;Carlos H. Caldas;Carlos H. Caldas;Carl T. Haas;Carl T. Haas;Carl T. Haas.
Automated Object Identification Using Optical Video Cameras on Construction Sites
Seokho Chi;Carlos H. Caldas.
Computer-aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (2011)
Computer Vision-Based Video Interpretation Model for Automated Productivity Analysis of Construction Operations
Jie Gong;Carlos H. Caldas;Carlos H. Caldas.
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering (2010)
Benchmarking Initiatives in the Construction Industry: Lessons Learned and Improvement Opportunities
Dayana B. Costa;Carlos T. Formoso;Michail Kagioglou;Luis F. Alarcón.
Journal of Management in Engineering (2006)
AUTOMATED CLASSIFICATION OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DOCUMENTS
Carlos H. Caldas;Lucio Soibelman;Jiawei Han.
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering (2002)
Methodology for Automating the Identification and Localization of Construction Components on Industrial Projects
David Grau Torrent;Carlos H. Caldas.
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering (2009)
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