Prof. Gustavo Norberto Duperré
Universidad del Salvador and Head Office of Culture and Education (Argentina)
Gustavo Norberto Duperré graduated in Arts and History Management from the University of El Salvador in Argentina, degree accredited by the Universidad Complutense of Madrid, Spain. He also holds a teacher training degree in Geography oriented to Social Sciences and for fourteen years he has been working as Head Instructor at the General Management of Culture and Education in the jurisdiction of Buenos Aires. He is a candidate for the UNESCO Chairs Programme on Cultural Tourism UNTREF/AAMNBA and Heritage and Sustainable Tourism: International Postgraduate Degree from the National University of Tres de Febrero and the Fine Arts Museum Friends Association, Argentina. He has worked in different activities in the field of culture: in research, as a curator, and also in management. He has contributed with various international congresses in Madrid, Roma, Paris, Ottawa and Cuba. Among his lines of research the following are to be highlighted: digital workflows for Heritage conservation, public image of the museum and its social projection, Jules Verne literature, and links between environmental sciences and contemporary art, some of which topics have been published in the following websites: Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, the National Archaeological Museum of Spain, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports and the Jules Verne Hispanic Society.