Projects

Marani  Copia

Marani Copia

Water is essential for life, in Peru, according to SUNASS, more than 3 million people do not have this service. The deficit of this resource does not allow people to have a good quality of life, makes them more prone to contracting various diseases and makes them more vulnerable in the current pandemic.

Based on this problem and on the contest organized jointly with the company Beat, “Making Lima Challenge”, it is proposed to carry out a fog catcher project to obtain drinking water for the population of a human settlement in the district of Villa María del Triunfo in Metropolitan Lima.

Communication Course in Science, Technology and Innovation

Communication Course in Science, Technology and Innovation

In this course, developed with the UTEC Graduate School, students learn to communicate knowledge in science, technology and innovation (STI) in a simple, reliable and precise way. You will be able to improve your communication skills to provide valuable content to society and industry. Being a communicator at CTI will allow:

   

- Obtain greater visibility of research or scientific knowledge in your professional field.

- Promote improved decision-making in society, industry and the State.

- Create a community linked to the topic you are interested in spreading.

- Easily disseminate STI topics in educational fields or the media.

Mundo del Futuro

Mundo del Futuro

The Mundo del futuro  are a series of cartographic and visual representations to call for reflection on the contradictions that exist between the development of scientific-technological advances and their impact on the environment and on people's lives. Its objective is to generate content, based on the work of the available data, from an interdisciplinary perspective to better understand and face current problems.

American Arts Incubator  Copia

American Arts Incubator Copia

American Arts Incubator (AAI) is a technological-creative exchange program that seeks to contribute to social innovation in local communities through digital art and new media projects, carried out jointly by artists, engineers, local computer science specialists and architects.

   

The program is developed through a series of art and technology workshops, which function as incubators. The Peruvian chapter of the AAI worked under the guidance of the American designer and artist Gabriel Kaprielian on the subject of adaptation strategies of cities to highly changing environments under the title “Postales de una Lima pos pandemic ”. This had 23 participants who presented their projects in a virtual exhibition and will also be part of an editorial project.