The IX International and Interdisciplinary Conference Alexander Von Humboldt and Travelers Trough Yucatan will be held in the city of Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, which has a cultural, natural and scientific heritage of recognized global importance.
The Peninsular Center for Humanities and Social Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico will host this conference, given its interdisciplinary nature, several of its researchers are dedicated to the study of travel, fostering an important dialogue that will strengthen academic networks with several universities at an international level.
The Peninsular Center for Humanities and Social Sciences is located in at the Ex Sanatorium of Rendon Peniche, at 43 street, between 44 and 46 street, near the midtown of Merida.
The Scientific and Technological Park of Yucatan, whose development began at the end of 2008, aims to establish a strategically located space to promote the integration of the triple helix actors (academic sector, government and private companies), as well as contribute to the formation of human capital in strategic areas and stimulate sustainable development taking advantage of the scientific knowledge and technological development of Yucatan.
Over the last 5 years, a series of projects aligned to the strategic sectors defined as priority for the State of Yucatan have been implemented:
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Conference will have buses for all participants from Rendon Peniche to the Scientific and Technological Park of Yucatan.