The society in which we live raises us a constant need for adaptation to increasingly complex situations. To face this demand in a satisfactory way and to enjoy all of our potential as human beings, we must identify our own competences for life; the specific strengths that allow us to coexist kindly and effectively with our emotions and behaviors.
Lecture by Margarita Robles Carrillo, professor of Public International Law and International Relations, Network Engineering & Security Group (NESG) research group at the University of Granada, and Ángel Gómez de Agreda, colonel of the Air Force and geopolitical analyst of the Ministry of Defense.
Where is journalism going today? Conversation with the journalists John Carlin and Lídia Heredia.
This economic meeting is organized on the occasion of the new EU-Japan Free Trade Agreement and the commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Establishment of Spain-Japan Diplomatic Relations.
Lecture by Milagros Pérez Oliva, journalist of the newspaper El País and professor at UPF and UAM, and Josef Trappel, head of the Communication Research Department and professor at the University of Salzburg.
The writer Bernardo Atxaga will share his thoughts on the need to safeguard and strengthen linguistic diversity in the world.
Lecture by Dr. Klaus Wimmer, researcher and computational neuroscientist at the Center for Mathematical Research (CRM).
Cycle: "Musical instruments, under study"
The series of conferences looks to the future and reflects on the impact of the technological revolution on various aspects of our lives: the world of work, health, decision-making, human intelligence in the face of artificial , affective relationships or the fusion of humans with technology. Where are the limits?