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CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT – CEDEUS


Director:

Juan Carlos Muñoz: PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering, full professor of the UC Transportation Engineering and Logistics Department.

Deputy director:

Waldo Bustamante: PhD in Applied Science, full professor of the UC School of Architecture.


About the center

In Chile, 90% of the population is urban, a condition that leads the academy to address the different city needs with an interdisciplinary approach, giving rise to CEDEUS, an initiative where researchers work on the challenges posed by interdisciplinary research in the field of sustainable urban development. Through research, training and links with the environment, CEDEUS makes recommendations for public policies to better solve the critical problems that Chilean cities currently face.

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