• Outreach and Continuing Education

    Professional masters

    In March 2005 we started offering a professional type Master’s program carried out in the evening geared towards experienced professionals wanting to update and improve in the IT field. The program leads to a degree of Master’s in Information Technology and Management (MTIG) and lasts two years. We also developed the Master’s in Information Processing and Management (MPGI), developed by the UC Schools of Engineering and Literature, plus the UC Library System (SIBUC), geared towards professionals from the Exact Sciences and the Humanities. Both programs lasts two years and aim to form specialists in the management and analysis of vast quantities of information in the ever-growing digitalized world.

    Post title program

    PUC Computer Science Department also offers a Post title program in Computer Management (Inges) for those interested in updating and deepening their knowledge in technology and management. The program has a duration period of one academic year.

  • Círculo DCC

    Círculo DCC is a project linking the UC Computer Science Department, its graduates and industry representatives. Its objective is to promote applied research to the needs of public and private organizations; the search for new talents in Information Technology; and the support to the work of the academy on the part of the industry.

    See Círculo DCC website

  • CETIUC

    The Center for Studies in Information Technology (CETIUC) is a research and extension center that is part of the School of Engineering of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, geared towards studying and highlighting the strategic use of Information Technology in the country’s largest organizations. The studies and services offered by CETIUC are designed for Computer Managers, General Managers and Executives of Chile’s largest companies, government institutions and companies providing IT services.

    See CETIUC website

  • EccompUC

    Eccompuc UC is a Continuing Education Program in Computing by the DICTUC of the School of Engineering and the Vice-Dean of Communications and Continuing Education of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Created in 1989, and with more than 5,000 courses given to date, the Program offers a teaching system focused on content quality and the development of training strategies tailored to each student. Since its inception, Eccompuc UC has counted on the support of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Department of Computer Science as the unit in charge of supervising the quality of its academic material and the certification of its professors and teaching assistants. See Ecompuc UC website.
     

    See EcompUC website

  • Semantic Web Research Center

    The main goal of the Semantic Web Research Center (CIWS) is to study how to efficiently extract semantic data from the Web, and to develop the basic tools for such an efficient extraction. This is an initiative that brings together professors, researchers and students from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, University of Chile and the University of Talca, which is funded by the Millennium Scientific Initiative.

    See Semantic Web Research Center website

  • The Not Company

    The Not Company (or NotCo) is a Food Tech startup that combines artificial intelligence with applied scientific knowledge to create vegetarian substitutes for animal food products. To achieve this goal NotCo has developed a technology that allows predicting the functioning properties of combinations of plant-based ingredients to replace a food's animal input and, at the same time, delivering the same or better sensorial experience than the original version of the food.

    See The Not Company website

  • MOOC-Maker

    The main goal of the Semantic Web Research Center (CIWS) is to study how to efficiently extract semantic data from the Web, and to develop the basic tools for such an efficient extraction. This is an initiative that brings together professors, researchers and students from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, University of Chile and the University of Talca, which is funded by the Millennium Scientific Initiative.

    See MOOC-Maker website

  • K-12

    K-12 is a technology-based initiative that offers a highly flexible platform to boost communicational and educational aspects to teaching establishments in the country. Our web platform seeks to offer tools in web environments able to generate true “virtual communities” and capable of changing these into living systems for citizen participation, not only to create direct relationships between students, parents, teachers and administrators, but to also include the whole community.

    See K-12 website

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