Priorização de oportunidades de pesquisa em engenharia de produção: estudo de caso alinhado ao processo de cooperação universidade-empresa / Prioritization of research opportunities in production engineering: case study aligned with the university-enterprise cooperation process

Paulo Henrique Dos Santos, Sandra Miranda Neves, Carlos Eduardo Sanches da Silva, Carlos Henrique de Oliveira, Marcel Fernando da Costa Parentoni

Resumo


A importância da cooperação entre universidades e empresas, como propulsora do crescimento econômico e de desenvolvimento dos sistemas de inovação, se destaca dentro do modelo da hélice tríplice. Nessa direção, o objetivo deste trabalho é priorizar oportunidades de pesquisa dentro das áreas da engenharia de produção no setor industrial da cidade de itajubá (MG). A pesquisa se classifica como quanti-qualitativa, utilizando-se de um estudo de caso e da aplicação do método de auxílio à tomada de decisão analytic hierarchy process (AHP) como ferramenta de priorização. Importantes membros da hélice tríplice do município realizaram as priorizações e, como resultado, a estrutura final obtida ressaltou a relevância das agências transversais de pesquisa e desenvolvimento para fomentar pesquisas em engenharia de produção no setor industrial de itajubá. Por fim, foram identificadas três implicações práticas da pesquisa, no âmbito das instituições de ensino superior de itajubá; das empresas do setor industrial de itajubá; e das agências governamentais e de fomento à pesquisa de itajubá.


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Hélice-Tríplice, Engenharia De Produção, Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP).

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34140/bjbv3n1-030

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