V Region schools learn about Ocean physics at the USM
CCTVal’s Physics in Action group carried out 10 entertaining experiments and demonstrations with which they were able to teach secondary students about pressure and fluids, global warming and alternative energies, under the framework of the National Science and Technology Week, organized by CONICYT’s Explora Program.
CCTVal strengthens its endeavors through major international collaboration agreements
Additionally, during the course of the second semester, the Center seeks to attract young talents attending their last university year to reinforce its international scientific links.
Study aims to manufacture and characterize magnetic metamaterials for the remote detection of strains on tires used in the mining industry.
To design an in built strain monitoring system for tires used in the mining sector that will detect in real time complications like punctures and incipient glitches so that adequate maintenance can be scheduled, is the main objective of a R+D project currently being developed by academics of the Federico Santa María Technical University.
USM academic participates in second version of TEDx Plaza Sotomayor
The Physics Department Professor and CCTVal researcher, Claudio Dib, will be one of the speakers at the conference cycle to be held this Thursday, September 7 at 6:30 pm at the Parque Cultural de Valparaíso, organized by IF Valparaíso 3IE, Fundación Piensa and Fundación para el Progreso.
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.