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Because… provides quality training in geographic information technologies (GIT) and enables its application to the analysis and management of geographic data in the resolution of territorial problems.

Because… it responds effectively to the growing demand for professionals and researchers with GIT competencies in many sectors of activity, especially in land use planning and the environment.

Because… it is consolidated in the national and international academic offer in GIT, it has trained more than three hundred graduates, it has signed numerous agreements with companies and institutions in the sector, its graduates have an excellent job placement…

Because… it provides students with a specific computer classroom for exclusive use in which both classroom activities and hours of independent work are carried out.

Priority is given to curricular profiles in disciplines related to spatial information and territorial and environmental planning, such as Geography, Environmental Sciences, Geology, Biology, Forestry and Agricultural Engineering, Geodesic Engineering, Archaeology…

Culture and Society Institute

It is an essential instrument of the University to develop, together with teaching and scientific research, its third mission: the transfer of knowledge. It disseminates and exploits research results in society, contributing to regional development based on knowledge. It is, in short, a structured set of resources that operate as a link between science and the productive environment and where companies are nourished with ideas.

The PCUV has a scientific area made up of six research institutes, two singular centers and an important infrastructure of services and equipment for research; and a business area that currently houses more than eighty young or already consolidated companies, mainly in the Biotechnology and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sectors.

Despite its youth, the PCUV currently incorporates more than eighty companies generating 500 direct jobs, mainly in the ICT and Biotechnology sectors, which work in an environment of synergies with the academic environment and which, more and more frequently, converge in the generation of new initiatives for the enrichment of the productive system.

Mathematics of Roulette

– Screening of unregulated (emerging) and regulated pollutants in water, sediments, soil and biota. Evaluation of the spatio-temporal trend in relation to water quality. Study of the presence, transport, fate and bioavailability of emerging and priority pollutants in environmental compartments. – Sources and transfer of emerging and persistent pollutants (POPs), bioaccumulation and biomagnification. – Environmental risk assessment. – Study of the behavior and fate of emerging contaminants during wastewater treatment. – Development of environmental forensic methods and sewer epidemiology.

Food Quality and Safety- Advanced chemical analysis- Characterization of food quality and safety in the framework of food legislation (finished product, raw materials, etc…) – Foodomics: Profiling and Fingerprinting techniques for food characterization, authentication and characterization of its origin.

CLIP – Intermediate Course – Practice 4. Earthworks.

Lines of research: More sustainable technological innovations in the application of cold, and adjuvant techniques, to preserve and/or enhance the quality and safety of fresh and minimally processed fruits and vegetables (¿IV and V Range¿), including the revaluation of by-products and abiotic stresses to increase the synthesis of bioactive compounds.

Non-regulated teaching: director of the 17 editions of the ‘International Course on Postharvest and Minimal Processing Technology’, of the 7 editions of the ‘International on-line Course on Postharvest and Fresh-cut Technologies’, where more than 1500 participants from about 80 countries have graduated. In addition, it maintains a close collaboration with several international research groups with teaching and research in many undergraduate, postgraduate and specialization courses.

Optimization of the value chain of the fruit and vegetable sector from a holistic perspective: Environmental, social and economic life cycle analysisRef: RTI2018-099139-B-C21I.P.: Encarnación Pilar Aguayo GiménezFinancing Entity: Agencia Estatal de Investigación . European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)