Bachelor of Archaeology from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Master and Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. He has held several positions related to heritage management in which he has developed and implemented policies that combine a strong empirical base with a theory and methodology strongly influenced by Anthropology. Among his topics of interest are social use of heritage, anthropology of movement, roads, Incas and interregional interactions. He’s also developing a research agenda on the relationship between society, science and technology and social studies with STEM education.
Antuané de La Flor
Sociologist dedicated to teaching social sciences and art and technology at the University of Engineering and Technology - UTEC. She studied for a master's degree in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Currently, she is part of the Center for Social Impact and Social Responsibility- CIRSO- as an adjunct researcher. There he is in charge of developing the Educiencia line
Engineer specialized in sustainability and social innovation with extensive experience in the generation and management of engineering projects with socio-environmental impact. Sustainability and innovation consultant with studies in innovation leadership at MIT and innovation and entrepreneurship methodologies at Ideo. Advisor to the Society Women Engineers - UTEC, seeking to promote and motivate more women to achieve success in STEM careers.