School of Technology and Science

Lead the digital, global and social transformation

We are in the midst of a technological revolution that will fundamentally change the way we live, work and relate. This transformation will be completely different from anything experienced before in scale, scope and complexity.

New types of digital uses allow for new types of innovation and creativity in a particular field, but also in environments such as society, government, global communications, art, medicine and science.

In this sense, at UCJC we are aware of the impact that these changes will have on our environment. These include necessary changes in cities where we live, designing transport connections to cover new ways of commerce, the images that we generate to be understood by businesses that have to expand beyond their traditional borders in order to grow.
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Research projects:


Research project on 3D homeostatic architecture.
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The Digital Society Lab is an emerging research group at the UCJC. It currently has three projects:
1- VR4ALL: Virtual Reality For All: A project that evaluates the possibilities of virtual reality as a tool for access to active leisure and social participation for people with motor disabilities, especially spinal cord injury and cerebral palsy.
motor disabilities, especially spinal cord injury and cerebral palsy. Partners: UCJC – Aspaym – APAM
2- Design and development of multimedia and 3D content for serious augmented reality games aimed at children in long periods of hospitalisation: Project developed in agreement with TECSOS and the Red Cross, where 3D augmented reality objects were developed for the EntamAR project games, accompanying hospitalised children.
Red Cross where 3D augmented reality objects have been developed for the games of the EntamAR project, which accompanies hospitalised children. Partners: UCJC – Red Cross – TECSOS Foundation.

3- EWOK: Education With Open Knowledge: Teaching innovation and dissemination project for the use of open knowledge as an educational tool. This project has carried out:

  • Workshops in Science Week 2020 and 2021 to learn how to write about science in Wikipedia
  • Internal training course given by Wikimedia Spain on the use of Wikipedia as an educational tool in the classroom.
  • Organisation of mapathons in support of the Red Cross mission in Burundi using the open tools Missing Maps and Open Street Maps, with the participation of students and teachers from different grades of school.
    different grades
  • Presentation at the International Creative Commons Summit 2020 and the EsLibre Congress 2021


More information from the Faculty:


DeanTomás García Martín
Academic SecretaryGema González Carreño
Quality CoordinationRamiro Mínguez Rueda
Student CoordinationEsther Valdés Tejera

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