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General Information DOCINADE


The program of Natural Sciences for Development (Docinade) began its first class in 2005, after a period of several years planning. This program was approved by the National Council of University Presidents of Costa Rica (CONARE) in November 2003 and involving multiple universes in the Mesoamerican region as:

  • Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica (ITCR)
  • Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica (UNA)
  • Universidad Estatal a Distancia, Costa Rica (UNED)
  • Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM)
  • Universidad Autonoma Chapingo (UCh)
  • Univera Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua - León (ULeón)

Today is the emphasis on:

  • Agricultural Production Systems
  • Natural resources management
  • Management and environmental culture
  • Applied Electronic Technologies

The following figure shows the three main cross-curricular research, Sustainability and Development, aand Strategic Management of Information Technology in the four doctoral program emphasis, and the areas available for each emphasis.

Emphasis in Applied Electronic Technology (TEA)


The emphasis on "Applied Electronic Technology (TEA) is the newest doctoral program (approved in March 2008) and is focused on the development of new electronic technologies find application in the fields covered by the other DOCINADE emphasis, and require cutting-edge research to be developed. As a doctoral emphasis, interest is not focused on the application of existing technologies, but on the development of innovative technologies that have an impact on solving the problems of the region.

The emphasis has five areas of specialization:

  • Microelectronics
  • Electronic Materials
  • Signal Processing
  • Electrical Communications
  • Automatic Control

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