CCTVal Advisory Commitee
In order to improve our strategic guidelines, CCTVal has the support and collaboration of an International Advisory Committee, composed of six experts in the areas of innovation, breakthrough technologies, medicine and applied physics. We invite you to get to know them and see some details of their visit to our facilities in the following video:
Centro Científico Tecnológico de Valparaíso USM
USM participated in the latest version of Expo Energia with stand that captured the interest of visitors
On behalf of the university the Office of Technology Transfer and Licensing, organized the participation and attended the event, next to the Advanced Center for Electrical and Electronic Engineering (AC3E), the Scientific Technology Center of Valparaíso (CCTVal) and the Center for Environmental Technologies (CETAM).
USM and its basal centers received a delegation of Mexican entrepreneurs in "Ruta de Innovación"
Representatives of eleven entrepreneurship projects came to the country with the purpose of knowing the Chilean market and the possibilities of entering the local scene.
ANDES Project: The underground laboratory that will transform Chile into an international scientific reference
With an investment of 40 million dollars, this experimental space seeks to consolidate itself as a world-class research focus, geared especially to the search for traces of neutrinos and dark matter.
Authorities gave official start to the construction of the Bari II Building that will house the two USM basal centers
The five-level complex will house the two basal centers of the Institution, complementing the existing space and consolidating an axis of technological development and innovation in Cerro Placeres.
Masterclass, the activity that teaches young students how is the work that a scientist performs in the Large Hadron Collider through didactic activities was carried out successfully
Organized by the CCTVal, this activity promoted by CERN seeks to bring closer physics to the young people in a fun and educational way. The activity was attended by more than 50 middle school students of the V region, who had the opportunity to understand part of the work that a scientist performs in the Large Hadron Collider.