The OAI organizes a Language Exchange each semester and invites Chilean students and exchange students to share their language and their culture. This semester, the event will take place on Wednesday, March 20 at 17:30 on the Valparaíso campus. Chilean students may sign up here; exchange students please sign up here. Hope to see you soon!
The original article was published on October 22, 2012 and can be found here.
Students analyzed the challenges of engineers' role in Latin America during the three day gathering at the Valparaiso campus.
The objective of the 5th Conference of Latin-American Engineering was to create a space in which to discuss the scientific, technological, and social developments of the Southern Cone. The conference was organized by the Latin-American Engineering Students Federation, and students traveled from Argentina, Uruguay as well as other regions of Chile in order to participate.
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Originally published on June 30, 2010 Find the original post here.
The installation includes a shower, toilet (WC), sink and ecological lighting and is of low cost and easily put together.
With motivation and a deep feeling of solidarity, a group of students from the Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María created a new project that will be a great deal of help for thousands of Chileans in need. It is the Integral Sustainable Bathroom (BIS, its acronym in Spanish), an innovative form of sanitation that costs less than 250,000 Chilean pesos which includes a shower, toilet, sink, and ecological lighting, as well as a design that allows it to be constructed by any person quickly and in just two days.
You can find the original article (in Spanish) here.
Published June 21, 2010
Students from the Universidad Santa María have constructed 2 mobile platforms that interact with one another in order to rescue victims after natural disasters.
A pair of robots that save lives. That is what these electronics students from the Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María have created, with the objective of finding an efficient solution for the rescue of victims in the moment of a natural disaster, much like the recent earthquake and tsunami that have affected the Chile.