CCTVal researchers support the development of 5G technology in the USA
The initiative brings together a team from the Technological Scientific Center of Valparaíso (CCTVal) of Santa Maria University and NPF Núcleo Milenio Project of Valparaíso University.The Bell Labs research center, currently part of the telecommunications company Nokia, has placed its trust in a group of Chilean researchers from the center to carry out measurement studies of wireless channels that will be used for future voice and data transmission systems. better known as 5G.
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CCTVal receives its International Advisory Committee
During their stay, the experts were able to get to know the facilities of the Center, its projects and collaborations, as a way to strengthen its links with academia and industry.
the Physics area of the Federico Santa María Technical University is highlighted in the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU)
The version 2018 of the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities positions again this scientific field in the 301-400 place and the Institution among the 100 best in the world according to three outstanding areas.
CCTVal of the USM trains teachers of secondary education in particle physics
"Become a Physicist for a day" summoned professors from high schools and colleges of the Valparaíso Region to update them in this area of applied physics using real data from the prestigious European Organization for Nuclear Research - CERN.
CCTVal researchers create the first gaseous phase nanoparticles manufactured in Chile.
A research group of the Scientific and Technological Center of Valparaíso (CCTVal) of the UTFSM managed to produce clusters or nanoparticles that will allow to generate collaborations with multiple scientific disciplines.
USM student achieves the first place in competitive Hackaton in summer school Barcelona
The student of the Department of Computer Science and member of CCTVal Álvaro Salinas, participated in the Spanish school PUMPS + AI 2018 with his research on numerical simulation of tsunamis.