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University students visited CEFAA’s facilities

publicado a la‎(s)‎ 23 sept 2019, 5:21 por Plataforma Sites Dgac   [ actualizado el 25 ago 2020, 12:35 ]
Students and professors from Universidad Andrés Bello’s Biotechnology major heard about CEFAA’s methodology to investigate the reports that it receives on a daily basis from all over the country, from Arica to the Chilean Antarctic.
Researcher Gustavo Arriagada explained to the university students about the investigation techniques used by CEFAA.

The students learned about the general characteristics of the investigative process of anomalous aerial phenomena.

The university students saw the technological tools used by CEFAA's Operations Center.

CEFAA's Director, Hugo Camus, gave a lecture to the Universidad Andrés Bello's students delegation.
The delegation was led by the Academic Secretary from the Biotechnology Engineering Department, Adrián Moreno Vilches, and Biocomputing Doctor Matthei Joseph Miossec.

For one hour and a half, the students heard a lecture and saw a video about ufology’s contemporary history that began with the Kenneth Arnold and Roswell cases.

On the occasion, CEFAA’s Director, Hugo Camus, offered a detailed conference on these phenomena and their characteristics, spoke about some cases that have taken place in the country and showed figures on the number of solved cases until now.

Operations Center

Afterwards, the group was divided in two to visit the Operations Center and the Historical Room.

At the Operations Center, researcher Gustavo Arriagada explained to the visitors about the software used by CEFAA and how the investigative process takes place, with the support from internal and external advisors.

In the Historical Room, the visitors were guided to observe a series of dioramas on the first cases sighted in Chile, South America and the world, in a tour that was completed by a questions and answers session.