USM students participated in the Microelectronics School held in Buenos Aires
A group of USM electronic engineering students attended the twelfth School of Micro-Nano Electronics, Technology and Applications of Argentina (EAMTA for its Spanish acronym)
Chilean scientist calls on the government to approve the region’s first underground laboratory (Emol)
The initiative that will count with national researchers working together with researchers from Argentina, Mexico and Brazil consists of an underground research center in the Agua Negra tunnel.
Ivan Schmidt: “There is a shortage of job opportunities for scientists”
Ivan Schmidt has a long trajectory in the world of science, teaching and physics research. Doctor Schmidt has excelled in his career with the Federico Santa Maria Technical University, institution to which he entered as a student in 1963, and where he later became professor and director of the Campus’ physics department in three occasions.
Tsunami Inundation detection model delivers data concerning evacuation times and propagation of waves in the Vergara Neighborhood.
By means of a quantitative analysis of the Vergara Neighborhood vulnerability, the initiative delivers data about the evacuation times and the propagation of waves in the event of a tsunami.
CCTVal of the USM was featured in an international Journal on research and education
The “In the Field” publication highlighted the Basal Center’s collaboration in the processing of data generated by the ATLAS experiment, as a major international contribution.
Innovative astronomical research project brings together experts from USM and UV
Experimental physics researchers from the Centro Científico Tecnológico de Valparaíso (CCTVal) of the Universidad Santa María (USM) and astronomy experts from the Universidad de Valparaíso (UV) will carry out a Núcleo Milenio Fund project that seeks to promote the development of extrasolar planet research using technology made in Chile.
Representatives of the Asociación de Industrias Metalúrgicas y Metalmecánica met with CCTVal counterparts to move forward on an Industry 4.0 collaboration agreement
The Centro Científico Tecnológico de Valparaíso (CCTVal), under its work plan to create links with the Industrial and productive sector through agreements that promote the development of projects related to Industrial Internet of things and Industry 4.0; was visited by a delegation from the Asociación de Industrias Metalúrgicas y Metalmecánicas (ASIMET).
Major creative platform Company visited CCTVal to explore potential collaborations to develop creative processes aimed at supporting the management of projects
A delegation of the Idemax Company, a national creative platform for innovation, met with representatives of the Centro Científico Tecnológico de Valparaíso (CCTVal) in an extensive meeting that included the participation of management, academics and researchers linked to the Center’s technological innovation area. All of this with the aim of exploring innovation methods applicable to the elaboration process of technology transfer projects and joint development of corporate Spinoffs.