The Third International Congress of Engineering and Technology, SABES
By Mayra Castillo
SABES University is about to host the Third International Congress of Engineering and Technology. In its third year, this congress will highlight the participation of renowned specialists at the national and international level in the fields of technology and engineering and will include a wide variety of presentations, panels, and workshops.
During this event, we expect to have over 700 participants including students, specialists, authors, researchers, and also members of the general public.
SABES seeks to promote the values of technological and industrial advancement among the student body and experts within the field. Both SABES students and faculty will actively participate in the organization of this event. Thus, the SABES student body along with the faculty will transcend academic boundaries through their participation with international speakers known for their great contribution to these areas of knowledge.
SABES University is aware of the importance that technology plays in our daily lives, and in fulfilling its educational mission, SABES continues to promote academic conferences so that students and skilled practitioners alike can come together to support academic growth in our state.
In conjunction with SABES’s blended model, the advantages of using technology combine with SABES educational virtual platform. The benefits of having weekly on-site consultations, the third annual congress also aims to spread among its student population and its academic population as a whole the benefits of engaging with technology as well as the importance of becoming more involved in these areas of knowledge.
The Third International Congress of Engineering and Technology will take place on November 27 and 28 at La Casona Hotel in San Miguel de Allende. Registration for this event is available at www.congresocti.com.
For a successful implementation of this event, SABES invites companies, institutions, and the general public to contribute to this noble educational pursuit. If you would like to make a contribution, please contact the Institutional Relations Coordinator, Mayra Castillo, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 477 788 5509.
All of your donations are tax-deductible.