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Latino Research:

Talento Local y de Exportación

Saturday, October 22, 2016

9 am - 6 pm

Krannert Hall of Management

Purdue University

This academic event, hosted by the Colombian Student Association at Purdue CSAP, will showcase the research contributions in topics relevant to Latin America. The event intends to recognize and promote the sustained progress of this region of the world. In this event, the spotlight is directed towards Colombia, the highly diverse country located at the northwest corner of South America.


Purdue University has a vibrant community of Colombian students and scholars fostered by Purdue-Colombia collaborations. This is a great opportunity for the students to present their work and interact with distinguished members from academia.


Keynote speaker

Prof. Ana María Rey

University of Colorado

Building with crystals of light and quantum matter: from clocks to computers

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Prof. Ximena Bernal

Purdue University

Eavesdroppers of mating signals: lessons on basic and applied science from frog-biting midges

M.Sc. Juan F. González

Motorola Solutions

Next Generation 911 for the World

Jairo Campuzano-Hoyos

University of Notre Dame/Universidad EAFIT

Circulating Ideas, Policies, and Models of Material Progress in Latin America. The Colombian case, 1870-1930

Prof. Gustavo Rosanía

University of Michigan

Curing Leprosy: Discovering the Science Behind a Miracle

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