The 3rd National Conference on Engineering Physics - 10-14th September 2012

The 3rd National Conference on Engineering Physics, is a joint effort between the Colombian Society of Engineering Physics, through its national board, and that university EAFIT and the Engineering Physics program, whose main justification, to help consolidate Engineering Physics in Colombia, establishing a strong relation of this work and represent their creative work for our society, and the enormous benefit derived from its exercise. In particular, this opportunity to highlight the positive of training and entrepreneurial and creative spirit of our community of physicists, engineers and professionals Physics related areas, and the added value of their participation in research, development and innovation.

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