Organization profile


The Research and Conservation Center for Heritage at UTEC is an interdisciplinary academic space where professionals from the social and exact sciences converge. Our goal is to contribute to the enhancement of cultural heritage through research, professional training, and knowledge dissemination, actively seeking the involvement of society. Following the heritage value chain as a guide, the Center defines three areas of research and development:

  1. Identification and Significance
  2. Intervention and Conservation
  3. Dissemination and Socialization

These areas integrate research lines from various disciplines within the exact sciences and engineering, as well as the social sciences, which are applied to cultural heritage.


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