Welcome to the new MIT Club of Argentina website!

The MIT Club of Argentina has completed the process of migrating to the new MIT Alumni Association online software environment, "Encompass" by iModules Software Inc. We are currently looking for volunteers for the different special interest "groups" (such as K-12 Educational Outreach and Energy) as well as alumni/ae interested in other activities related to MIT. Please contact Ms. Alicia Semino.

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Esta edición de Innovadores menores de 35 Argentina y Uruguay reúne a dos mujeres y ocho hombres, con edades entre 30 y 33 años. Son economistas, biólogos, ingenieros e informáticos que han evolucionado rápidamente en sus carreras, al demostrar un alto potencial en los campos de la salud, la investigación y la energía. Ellos son:


.Daniel Cantero. Podría sustituir al petróleo con biomasa gracias a su reactor para obtener azúcares a partir de celulosa. FastSugars[HGA1] .

 Francisco Colombatti Su tratamiento para la harina de soja la hará más barata, fiable y seguraMolinos Agro.

Fernando Derossi . Emplea el 'big data' y el procesamiento de imágenes para aumentar la productividad de la agricultura. Agrozone.

 Alejandro Esperanza.  Democratiza el acceso a la logística internacional para pequeñas y medianas empresas, eliminando intermediariosGurucargo.

 Solange Massa.  Ha creado un hígado en un chip para sustituir las pruebas en animales para estudiar la toxicidad de fármacos. Universidad de Harvard / Instituto Tecnológico de Massachusetts.

 Diego Sáez. Su maleta inteligente aprovecha internet de las cosas para mejorar la experiencia de viajar. Bluesmart.

Lucía Spangenberg. La sociedad puede acceder a su información genética gracias a sus test, su red de expertos y sus algoritmos de big data. Genlives.

 Lucas Toledo. Una bicicleta del siglo XXI para las necesidades de la sociedad del siglo XXIGi FlyBike.

 Guido Vilariño. La política se adapta a la sociedad del siglo XXI gracias a su plataforma para la ciudadaníaDemocracyOS.

 Marcelo Wilkorwsky. Utiliza la inteligencia colectiva para crear una red de alertas de tráfico y delincuencia en tiempo real. Oincs.

 

 

QUINCE DOCENTES ARGENTINOS (QDA)

Since 2000 the MIT Club of Argentina has been promoting the attendance of high school teachers at the MIT Science and Engineering Program for Teachers (SEPT).

Fifteen teachers of the 2001 Program created the QDA (Fifteen Argentine Educators Association) in 2002, a nonprofit entity which organizes annually the Science and Teachers Get Closer Program. Over 1,000 Argentine teachers have already participated in this program. http://grupoqda.org.ar


 

Argentine Expedition to North Pole 2016



  Santiago Tita 

MIT Sloan Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership MBA 2017, holding the MIT flag

 

MIT AA Club Councils

Martín Aboitiz Uriarte (1979)

Liaison for the MIT Club of Argentina

at the MIT Latin America Council


Global Entrepreneurship Lab (G-Lab)

"EMPRESAS ARGENTINAS PARTICIPAN DE UN PROGRAMA GLOBAL DEL MIT"

Argentine Companies Participate in an MIT Global Program

Gabriela Samela, Clarin Ieco, February 22, 2016


(full article at NEWS)


   

Short stories by Prof. Osvaldo Peusner (CH 1968) at: http://www.humordeosvaldo.com.ar/

Osvaldo left MIT with a Chemical Engineering degree, a specialized degree in Philosophy and a  Lifeguarding Licence  from the International Red Cross. None of these disciplines are of his interest. That was half a century ago. Since then, particularly in his work activities, Osvaldo concentrated his fleeting knowledge on humor. The first victim was Du Pont Argentina, where he manufactured yarns for undergarments and, especially, for waste polymer deposits at their Berazategui factory. Neither Techint nor Davy McKee (Houston) could avoid his agitated management as director of labyrinthine projects. Even  I.T.B.A. itself suffered in its headquarters at Puerto Madero, where he became full professor in project management and a noisy dean of admissions. In the end, because fortunatelly everything has an end, Osvaldo became professor of literary humour at Malba Museum. The perfect subject at the perfect place. Now he is working in the Government of the City of Buenos Aires and writes the page: “El humor de Osvaldo”. Please, read it before he and his words erase.


 

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