The FCFM and Industry
The Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (FCFM, for its acronym in Spanish) vision consists of a strong and solid commitment to the nation and its students, addressing undergraduate and postgraduate training, scientific and technological research, transference, innovation and entrepreneurship, according to a rigorous standard of excellence.
The Faculty responds creatively and effectively to the challenges imposed by globalization, the wide access to information and inclusion of the country within the world stage. Its goal is to foster deep and active links with the productive environment, meeting the current demands and exploring emerging developments. Research is conducted with increasing proximity to the needs of the country and society, contributing to the innovation and application of the latest technologies.
The Center for Research, Development and Innovation of Structures and Materials (IDIEM) is the center for services and technology transfer in the area of construction and related industries. It provides a competently technical service, carried out by qualified personnel in a responsible manner to satisfy the expectations of its customers in three main areas: Geotechnics and Pavements, Design and Construction and Materials and Industry.
|Phone||+562 2978 4151|
|Address||Plaza Ercilla 883, Santiago|
NIC stands for "Network Information Center" (Centro de Información de Redes), the historical name used worldwide to define the organization in charge of administering domain names in categories on the internet.
The world organization that administers internet domain names IANA (Internet Assigned Number Authority), in 1986, delegated the job function to the "Departamento de Ciencias de la Computación de la Universidad de Chile, with the objective to allow the creation of corresponding domain names to our country, resulting in the suffix ".cl".
|Director||Dr. Patricio Poblete|
|Address||Miraflores 222, floor 14, Building de Las Américas, Santiago|
The Advanced Mining Technology Center (AMTC) mission is to generate world-class multidisciplinary research, transfer new technologies and form advanced human capital, responding to the challenges of mining to ensure the welfare and development Chile and the world
The Center receives strong support from CODELCO and the BHP Billiton Metales Base, both members of its directorate, and a group composed of 146 researchers in areas as Geo-Resources and Applied Exploration: Characterization and Modeling;Geo-Metallurgical Reservoirs; Mining Planning; Mining Design; Automation and Robotics; Image and Recognition Processing; Energy for Mining; Water, Environment and Sustainability; Extractive Metallurgy.
|Director||Javier Ruiz del Solar|
|Address||Av, Tupper 2007, floor 4, Building AMTC, Santiago|
The Center for Mathematical Modeling (CMM) is a national scientific center and leader in research and advanced training in applied mathematics. Its mission is to create a new mathematic to solve problems stemming from other sciences, the industry and public policies. Since its creation, the CMM has contributed to the innovation and solving of public and industrial problems in areas where mathematical modeling has proved essential, especially in sectors where the Chilean economy has gained advantage such as in mining, astronomy, energy and natural resources.
|Director||Dr. Alejandro Maass|
|Secretary||María Inés Rivera|
|Address||Av. Blanco Encalada 2120. Floor 7|