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  • Comentario Por: Mauricio Cabrera-Ríos
    hace 4 años

    Es con mucho orgullo que comparto con ustedes la noticia que nuestra estudiante, Yazeli E. Cruz Rivera, ha sido seleccionada como una de las Nuevas Caras de la Ingeniería 2016. (Discover E, New Faces of Engineering 2016). Además de representar al campo de la Ingeniería este año, Yazeli será acreedora a un premio de $1000. 
     
    De acuerdo con el sitio de internet de la organización (discovere.org):
     
    This award recognizes the best and brightest whose academic successes and experiences in the engineering field have positioned them to make an impact. 
     
    En mi grupo de investigación hemos sido afortunados de contar con Yazeli desde el 2012, así es una gran satisfacción verla lograr un reconocimiento de este nivel. 
     
    Yazeli está comenzando su Maestría en Ciencias en Ingeniería Industrial en nuestro recinto este semestre. Le auguramos mucho éxito y la reconocemos por su perseverancia y su muy sobresaliente carrera y perfil.
     
    ¡Felicidades, Yazeli!

  • Comentario Por: Marta Ruiz Diaz
    hace 4 años

    Aún quedan espacios disponibles.

  • Comentario Por: Marta Ruiz Diaz
    hace 4 años

    Me puede contactar al e mail para enviarle la hoja de registro marta_ruiz@pucpr.edu

    Gracias

  • Comentario Por: Jeniffer Collado
    hace 4 años

    Estoy interesada en el talller. 

  • Comentario Por: Marta Ruiz Diaz
    hace 4 años

    Este curso se ofrecen Ponce, Sector Sabanetas.

  • Comentario Por: Marta Ruiz Diaz
    hace 4 años

    Límite para 10 personas.

  • Comentario Por: Marta Ruiz Diaz
    En respuesta a: TALLER "FOOD SAFETEY"
    hace 4 años

    Taller de mejoramiento Profesional para industrias de alimentos, microbiólogos, biólogos, facultad, estudiantes, otros.

    Contacto:  Pontificia Universidad Católica de Ponce, Centro de Enseñanza e Investigación en Biotecnología y Agrobiotecnología (CEIBA), Cursos Cortos para horas contacto.

    Llamar a Marta Ruiz Díaz, 787-841-2000 Ext 2675.

     

     

  • Comentario Por: Marta Ruiz Diaz
    hace 4 años

    RECOMENDADO PARA PROFESIONALES INDUSTRIALES, ESPECIALMENTE EL ÁREA DE CALIDAD

  • Comentario Por: Marta Ruiz Diaz
    hace 4 años

    Actualizado

  • Comentario Por: Marta Ruiz Diaz
    hace 4 años

    Cursos cortos de mejoramiento profesional para el semestre febrero a junio 2016.  Profesionales como tecnólogos médicos, biólogos, agricultores, agrónomos y otros.

  • Comentario Por: Samuel L Díaz Muñoz
    hace 4 años

    Hola Silvia,

    Si quieres presentar tu investigación accede aquí y llena el formulario:
    http://neuropr.rcm.upr.edu/?q=abstract_form

    Para participar en la conferencia (sin presentar investigación) puedes llenar el siguiente formulario:
    http://neuropr.rcm.upr.edu/?q=registration

    Los organizadores te indicarán los pasos a seguir después de eso.

    Espero ayude,
    samuel

  • Comentario Por: Silvia Jimenez
    hace 4 años

    Hola, me interesa participar, cuales son los pasos requeridos?

  • hace 4 años

    También podrías comunicarte con el capítulo del American Chemical Society de la UPR Río Piedras (http://www.acsuprrp.org/). Puedes usar la Búsqueda de Miembros también para comunicarte con científicos y científicas que trabajan en química (http://www.cienciapr.org/user-search). Mediante los perfiles de estas personas puedes comunicarte directamente con ellos y ellas.

     

  • Comentario Por: Natalia A Vélez
    hace 4 años

    ¡Muchas gracias, Yaihara! Qué felicidad saber que existen estos programas en Puerto Rico. :) 

  • Comentario Por: Yaihara Fortis Santiago
    hace 4 años

    Natalia,

    El Sistema Universitario Ana G. Mendez tiene un programa de investigacion para estudiantes de escuela superior (http://ccce.suagm.edu/Pre_College/index.asp).  Tambien te sugiero, que te conectes con el Fideicomiso de Conservacion, que se encuentra en Manati (La Hacienda Esperanza), su proyecto Para la Naturaleza (http://www.paralanaturaleza.org/) ya que ellos tienen varios proyectos de Ciencia ciudadana, donde pueden participar ninos y la comunidad en general.   

    Exito!

  • Comentario Por: MORAYMA CALVENTEROSA
    hace 4 años

    When my family and friends talk about education. We defined as a process does not end. We have the responsability to be a better person in many ways.

  • Comentario Por: Melitza Crespo-Medina
    En respuesta a: Rumbo a Azores, Portugal
    hace 4 años

    En mi nuevo post incluyo información sobre el Deep-Carbon Observatoy. Pronto añado detalles de los field trip y del taller!!!! Ha sido todo excelente!

  • Comentario Por: Giovanna Guerrero-Medina
    En respuesta a: Rumbo a Azores, Portugal
    hace 4 años

    Que bueno Melitza! Suena interesantísimo. Por favor mantennos informados de la conferencia, lo que es el Deep Carbon Observatory, y de las lecciones aprendidas para investigadores jóvenes :-)

  • Comentario Por: Marta Ruiz Diaz
    hace 4 años

    ÚLTIMOS DÍAS PARA MATRICULARSE EN EL CURSO, QUEDAN ESPACIOS DISPONIBLES

  • Comentario Por: Rodolfo Romañach
    hace 5 años

    The Summer, the REU, and Research Culture, Rodolfo J. Romañach, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, Site Leader ERC-SOPS

     

    I see the summer as my time for reading papers, organizing for a challenging upcoming course, and working with graduate students on manuscripts. I believe that this “renewal time” is very important for a researcher and for this reason I have never taught a course in the summer. I look back at summers where this renewal was the key to successful research grants, and others that were essential in developing a new course.

     

    These thoughts bounced back and forth through my mind when I first listened to Dr. Ubaldo Córdova describe his ideas for an NSF proposal on research opportunities for undergraduate students in the area of soft matter (REU). I was happy to learn about his dream of improving research on our campus, but at the same time concerned that this would take some time away from my summer plans. I agreed to support the program but not as active researcher, by providing a talk on writing skills for scientific communication, and some support funding through our Sloan Program of Exemplary Mentoring which is also focused on encouraging students to advance to graduate studies. 

    The REU proposal was approved and one of the students selected indicated his interest in working on near infrared spectroscopy, the area of expertise of my research lab. We were able to include this young researcher in our group plans and have one of my most memorable, happy, and productive summers. Fortunately, during the last year we have developed a research project within our Engineering Research Center for Structured Organic Particulate Systems (hppt://ercforsops.org) that involves all graduate students in our research group and Dr. Rafael Méndez from the Chemical Engineering department has also joined this effort. Four graduate students worked with Jacob Townsend, from Kennesaw State University, who will be completing his B.S. in Chemistry this next December. 

    Jacob worked on a set of experiments in this group project, and very quickly understood the theoretical background and importance of the research.  Our research involves analyzing pharmaceutical materials in the solid state. Jacob first worked with an experiment that we have designed for training new students,   which helped him in understanding the physics related to the scattering of radiation. He also grasped very quickly the multivariate analytical methods (chemometrics) that are based on linear algebra and careful evaluation of near infrared spectra. Jacob attended the IFPAC Summer Summit, a research meeting where our graduate students presented posters. He was exposed to the scientific literature, participated in the planning and performance of experiments, and made significant progress in the evaluation of the results obtained. By the end of the summer, he was working extremely well with our specialized software programs and studying them in detail. He developed a very well structured final report, which will form the basis of a future research paper. The results obtained were somewhat surprising and will have a strong impact on our future research.

    This summer has been one my best, it was the renewal that I have always dreamed thanks to the team that we have developed. This summer has been successful thanks to graduate student Barbara Alvarado who served as the pre faculty mentor to Jacob and also thanks to Adriluz Sánchez, Carlos Ortega and Eduardo Hernández, graduate students who also worked with Jacob throughout the summer. Dr. Carlos Pinzón our new postdoctoral research associate also contributed, and Dr. Rafael Méndez served as Jacob’s mentor and suggested key experiments that made a big difference. We were able to advance research, meet several times to discuss important research papers, and I was also able to make two presentations at the World Conference on Sampling and Blending in Bordeaux, enjoy some vacation time with my family, and two manuscripts were submitted for publication. 

    Research culture is how researchers feel and see the uniqueness of their research environment. If after listening to the President or Chancellor speak about the importance of research, two researchers say: “Wonderful speech and plans, but the reality in Mayagüez is …..”, they are describing our research culture. 

    Research culture starts within our research groups and students, and developing a strong community around a group project can be very productive. I hope this summary is useful to new professors starting research groups within our Campus and University.

     

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