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Apps and Virtual Reality to Solve Society’s Problems: LUDLAB

LUDLAB is a gaming and experimenting lab cofounded by Martín Bonadeo and Ignacio Cassol, professors at Universidad Austral’s Schools of Communications and Engineering, respectively, following the principle that the best ideas emerge when people are playing and having fun.


Gabriela Fabbro, the School of Communications’ academic secretary, handed the FundTV General Interest Award to Mrs. Mirtha Legrand.

2016 DataFest

On Friday, June 24, DataFest’s fourth edition was hosted by Universidad Austral and La Nación newspaper. DataFest is Argentina’s leading public data opening, mining and visualization event.

Universidad Austral Professor Receives Solidarity Award

Majo Müller, UA School of Communications’ graduate and professor, has been selected as one of the eight recipients of the 2015 Argentine Solidarity Award.

Students and Companies Together at Universidad Austral

With a turnout of over 500 students, Universidad Austral hosted its third Business Fair at its Pilar Campus’ Undergraduate Building.

International Exposure for a School of Communications’ Professor

Ethel Pis Diez, professor and researcher at Universidad Austral, participated at the 2015 EMMA international conference in Hamburg, Germany.

New Research Study Book: “El gobernauta latinoamericano”

In his book, Mario Riorda, professor at Universidad Austral’s School of Communications, has published a research study on Latin American leaders’ social network profiles.

Communications Professor from Universidad Austral Named Outstanding Science Personality

Gabriel Zanotti, School of Communications’ professor and researcher, was awarded the title of Outstanding Science Personality in a ceremony organized by Buenos Aires City Council members Cecilia de la Torre and Héctor Huici that was attended by his friends, families, former students and colleagues.

Meeting with Journalists and Presenting the Book “Understanding Journalism”

Journalists and communications, media and journalism professors from several universities came together at the University’s Buenos Aires site to discuss reporters’ professional identity in today’s digital scenario.