Claudio Gutierrez is professor in the Facultad de Ciencias Físicas y Matemáticas, Universidad de Chile.
His research interests include both computing science (web semantics) and the history of science and technology in Latin America.
This year USWatercraft Rendezvous landed on a beautiful Saturday, it was so sunny that we even believe that spring is coming!
Our day was jam-packed with six wonderful speakers and eighteen key industry partners on display. The day began with Cruising World’s Mark Pillsbury awarding, USW President Randy Borges with the 2014 Boat of the Year Award for the exquisite Alerion 41.
For more information on the current and past winners of the Undergraduate STS Essay Prize, please see below.
If you’re interested in reading their winning pieces, please contact Shana Ashar.
Next up was Joel Rumelhart from Power Products, our New England Volvo Penta Marine Power Center.
Joel discussed the new Volvo IPS technology and the glass cockpit system as it pertains to the new True North 50.
The first section, titled “Latin American Perspectives on Science, Technology, and Society,” opens with Henrique Cukierman's “Who Invented Brazil?
,” which studies the mutual influences between scientific expeditions to northern tropical Brazil and the people living in that inland...