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III World Congress of Chronobiology

Puebla, México. May 5-9, 2011

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John Araujo (Brazil)
Israel Ashkenazi (Israel)
Russell Foster (UK)
Jose Ramón Eguibar (Mexico)
Diego Golombek (Argentina)
Mario Guido (Argentina)
Ken-Ichi Honma (Japan)
Takao Kondo (Japan)
Mirian Marques (Brazil)
Luiz Menna-Barreto (Brazil)
Paul Pevet (France)
Francesco Portaluppi (Italy)
William Schwartz (EUA)
Shigenobu Shibata (Japan)
Rae Silver (EUA)


Mario Caba
Ivette Caldelas
Mauricio Díaz-Muñoz
Porfirio Carrillo
Ma. Luisa Fanjul
Pablo Valdez
Javier Velázquez
Mari Carmen Cortez
Candelaria Ramirez
Arturo Vega-Gonzalez




Organizing Committee

The Congress is organized by the Latin American Group of Chronobiology on behalf of the World Federation of Societies on Chronobiology.


The venue for the III World Congress of Chronobiology is the Cultural Complex of the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP), located at the City of Puebla, México.

The Cultural Complex was inaugurated on November 10th, 2008, as a set of architectural spaces and interactive plazas, responding to the commitment that the national public university has to the society that nourishes it and gives it life. It was conceived and built as an open door for the promotion of all of the cultural, artistic, scientific and technological expressions that our institution generates, and to host similar events which converge on us as a result of agreements with other national institutions and the rest of the world.

Efforts of the Universidad Autónoma de Puebla are concentrated in this Cultural Complex to create an inclusive place that nourishes the way the community perceives, feels, lives and relates to the culture, improving its quality of life.

The Center is built on an area of 87,877 m2, based on the principles of minimalist architecture, which creates various sensations in space with minimal elements, causing maximum expression with minimum construction, through portals and elements that are as pure, clean, and significant as possible .

In the composition of this architecture, concepts such as synthesis, order, the repetition of elements and purity of the material were applied, using basic geometric shapes, with straight lines and shapes such as the cube and the rectangle standing out, creating clear, clean spaces .

The predominant color is white and a key element used in this architectural proposal was the use of light, both natural, creating contrasting light and dark shadows, and artificial light, manipulated in a series of color variations that make the Complejo Cultural space lively and cheerful.

It is important to emphasize that there is nothing like the Complejo Cultural Universitario from the Rio Grand to the Patagonia, being a concept that integrates several areas designated to art, culture, and academics, and much less so, a complex built by a public university, as is our case.





Raúl Aguilar-Roblero (México)


Abstracts Submission

Cultural Complex BUAP