The Institute for Advanced Studies of Litoral (IAS Litoral) was created to promote interdisciplinary dialogue on major contemporary problems, through a strong commitment to the internationalization of research, by the creation of research networks and the exchange of researchers from different geographies and cultures.

IAS Litoral is an University Based Institute for advanced studies that has a vocation of openness to the community from Santa Fe which is reflected in its interest in global problems, with a strong local impact, its attention to the improvement of conditions of local life and for contributing to medium and long-term reflexion at a local and regional level.

It is created with the firm will to build a multicultural, intellectual and cosmopolitan community, of academic excellence, which favors dialogue, conversation and exchange with open boundaries.

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IEA Litoral will receive its residents

Thursday August 17, 2023

Four international academics were selected by the Instituto de Estudios Avanzados del Litoral to carry out a research stay from September to December, under the theme Crossing views: biotechnological production and its challenges.

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About our new building

Friday June 16, 2023

It is a space of the former Municipal Bank building that the UNL will use based on an agreement signed with the Municipality of Santa Fe to carry out inter-institutional cooperation actions for internationalization and local development and cultural activity of the IEA Litoral.

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Andoni IBARRA – Universidad del País Vasco (UPV/EHU), España

Proyecto: Modulación anticipatoria de la biotecnología. Misiones abiertas para una investigación/innovación responsable en nanomateriales

Responsable de la Cátedra Miguel Sánchez-Mazas de Estudios en Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación de la UPV. Profesor de Filosofía de la Ciencia y editor de THEORIA. An International Journal for Theory, History and Foundations of Science.

Guillermo GIUCCI – Agencia Nacional de Investigación e Innovación, Uruguay

Proyecto: Brevísima relación del antropocentrismo

Ph.D, Universidad de Stanford, Estados Unidos, 1987. Áreas de especialización: Historia de la Cultura, Movilidad, Antropocentrismo. Fue profesor de Literatura Latinoamericana en las universidades de Princeton, EE. UU. (1987-1989) y del Estado de Rio de Janeiro, Brasil (1992-2019). Dictó cursos como profesor visitante en las universidades Albert-Ludwigs (Alemania), Texas, Los Angeles, Stanford (EE. UU.). Recibió las becas Guggenheim y Tinker. Desde 2020 es investigador de la Agencia Nacional de Investigación e Innovación.

Jose NOGUERA VENERO – Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (UPCT), España

Proyecto: Análisis económico-financiero del sector biotecnológico: aplicaciones frente a choques en el mercado

Doctor en Economía. Investigador para la UPCT. Investigación: estudios econométricos, estadísticos y aplicaciones empíricas relacionadas con el Big Data y análisis económico financiero de la empresa.

Martine GUIBERT – Université Toulouse 2 – Jean Jaurès (UT2J), Francia

Proyecto: Biotecnologías y territorios rurales

Geógrafa, docente-investigadora full time en la UT2J, afiliada al Departamento de geografía y al Grupo de investigación «Dinámicas rurales» del Laboratorio Interdisciplinario Solidaridades, Sociedades, Territorios (CNRS LISST). Doctora en Estudios rurales-disciplina geografía. Eje de investigación: la implicancia de las cadenas productivas globalizadas para los territorios rurales en América Latina.


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Webinars: repercussions of COVID-19 pandemic

The IEA Litoral, as an interdisciplinary space of the UNL with a strong international vocation and focused on long-term thinking, intends to bring together the reflections that are being made on COVID-19, the global crisis and post-COVID-19 of renowned intellectuals and international experts from different geographies, cultural traditions and disciplinary fields.

During 2020 a Cycle of virtual conferences is held with a focus on the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic and on “long-term thinking”, as indicated by the IEA motto.

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Virtual conference: Carlos Pérez Llana

Virtual conference: Elkin Velásquez

Virtual conference: Jesús Santamaría

Virtual conference: Baptiste Monsaingeon

Virtual conference: Blanca Soro Mateo