Prof. Gustavo Norberto Duperré
Universidad del Salvador and General Directorate of Culture and Education (Argentina)
Gustavo Norberto Duperré has a degree in Management and History of the Arts from the Universidad del Salvador in Argentina, and accredited by Madrid’s Complutense University in Spain. He has a teacher-training degree in Geography oriented towards Social Sciences, and has fourteen years’ experience as a Teaching Professor in the jurisdiction of the General Directorate of Culture and Education in Buenos Aires. He is a candidate for the UNESCO Chair in Cultural Tourism UNTREF / AAMNBA Heritage and Sustainable Tourism: International Postgraduate of the National University of Tres de Febrero and Friends Association at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Argentina. He has worked in various activities in the field of culture, including the field of research, in academia, curatorship and management. He has contributed at several international conferences in Madrid, Rome, Paris, Ottawa and Cuba. His lines of research include digital workflows for the conservation of Heritage, the public image of museums and its social projection, Jules Verne’s literature, and the links between environmental sciences and contemporary art; the themes of some of which have been published on the International 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 websites.