INAOE welcomed 30 high school students to attend a Youth Science workshop

he National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics, and Electronics (INAOE) l received 30 male and female students Second year of high school in a city PueblaAnd San Andres CholulaAnd San Pedro Cholula and nearby communities Santa Maria Tonantzintla in it 22nd Youth Science Workshop (TCJ)which was implemented From 17 to 21 July in the research center facilities.

After three consecutive virtual editions in 2020, 2021 and 2022, the 2023 edition has returned to its face-to-face format, with the aim of cheering. Scientific professions in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields, bringing young people closer to science through talks, demonstrations, intensive workshops, and tours to laboratories of research fields cultivated in INAOE.

Photo: private

It was inaugurated by Dr. Daniel Dorini Romero, director of technology research and development; the doctor Patricia GuzmanResponsible for the planning and liaison office; the doctor Agustin Marquez LemonAstrophysics Coordination Technician, and Physician Francisco Soto EjebarResearcher in coordinating optics. The latter two are active participants in the TCJ in all its editions.

the doctor Daniel Dorini He gave the participants a welcome message, in which he shared his happiness that boys of his age have the desire and the desire to continue in an academic career. Likewise, inform them that the institute is open so that after their undergraduate education they may continue their life of professional preparation by studying one of the postgraduate courses which INAOE Displays.

inaoe-workshop-science-youth

Photo: private

The organizing committee for this release was composed of a. Ana Maria RamirezResponsible for the publishing activities of the Institute; Teacher Guadalupe Rivera Lowethe doctor Patricia Guzman And the doctor Juana Medina. As well as students from the student classes IEEE And OSA affiliate INAOE.

See also  open space. Visit our showrooms with free and open entry

This is one of the many activities he does INAOE organization in a framework Common Law for the Humanities, Technologies and InnovationWith the aim of contributing to building a more just society and promoting scientific advocacy. More information about TCJ in the mail [email protected].

Myrtle Frost

"Reader. Evil problem solver. Typical analyst. Unapologetic internet ninja."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top