Research centers, groups and teams
Interdisciplinary work group made up by young professionals and students who investigate, experiment, develop, evaluate and share solutions around the needs faced by vulnerable populations in our country, mainly in the Amazon. They propose the empowerment and use of local resources and knowledge to achieve project sustainability.
CIGA is a unit within INTE-PUCP, in charge of consolidating and disseminating a new methodology in geography (systemic approach), generating knowledge on the country, and enhancing geographic research for the country's regional and national development.
This technological unit belongs to the Mechanical Engineering Section at the Engineering Department in PUCP. It has been working for 22 years in developing biomass and mineral coal conversion processes into fuels and energy, and in their transfer to market.
Multidisciplinary research group, attached to the Architecture and City Research Center (CIAC-PUCP), dedicated to research, development, analysis and dissemination of constructive earth technologies, appropriate to contribute to improving the quality of life of communities located in rural settings and heritage urban areas.
This group is devoted to the study of ecological, biological, physical and geographical processes in the context of climate change, biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. Its research program focuses on the Peruvian Andean-Amazonian ecosystems, seeking to acquire a better understanding of the natural processes that govern them, providing solid foundations for managing biodiversity and natural…
This group is attached to the Center for Sociological, Economic, Political and Anthropological Research (CISEPA). Its purpose is to promote, make visible and strengthen research and teaching on socio-environmental issues, as well as to develop public policies that contribute to sustainable natural resource management in Peru.
Made up by professionals concerned about environmental and social problems and their ethical impact on our society, the group has developed field research to measure the situation of poverty, extreme poverty, natural resources, and social and environmental conflicts.
This group is attached to INTE-PUCP. It investigates anthropic activities carried out in areas surrounding protected forests, and proposes actions for their conservation, renewal and sustainable use in Peru. Plant ecology and ethnobotany are studied, linking the use of plants in their different forms, integral resource management and cultural aspects.