Havana, Nov 25 (Prensa Latina) Ibero-American architects, mechanical, chemical, civil engineers and geophysicists are participating in the III Iberoamerican University Symposium on Environment, as part of the 17th Scientific Convention of Engineering and Architecture.
Dr. Carlos Menendez, professor emeritus of the Polytechnic Institute José Antonio Echeverría, told Prensa Latina that this event seeks to strengthen partnerships, increase knowledge and experiences and seek new opportunities for cooperation on the issue of environmental protection.
In this regard he explained that are expected the signing of several agreements between the Instituto Superior Politécnico José Antonio Echeverría of Cuba and several Spanish universities.
Since 1992 the Cuban technical scientific institution has ties with the Polytechnic of Valencia, which aims to revive this time.
Nearly 450 specialists and researchers from 33 countries, and 694 representing Cuba attend the 17th
Scientific Convention of Engineering and Architecture, organized by the Instituto Superior Politécnico José Antonio Echeverría, university with more than 55,000 Cubans engineers and architects graduated in the last 50 years.
Over 1,400 works of national and foreign specialists and researchers form the scientific spectrum of this event, which is framed in the 50th Anniversary of the City University José Antonio Echeverría, founded by the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro.
In the most important architectural and engineering forum held in Cuba there are 15 scientists’ events in session with research on energy events, environment, new technologies, biotechnology and food, among others