University of Information Science
The University of Information Science (Spanish: Universidad de las Ciencias Informáticas; UCI, also known as the University of Information Sciences and University of Informatics Sciences) is a university research center based in Havana, Cuba, in the municipality of Boyeros. Born as a project of the Cuban Revolution called the "Future Project" which has two objectives: to computerize the country and develop the software industry to contribute to economic development the same. It is the first Cuban university to be established under the purposes of the Battle of Ideas.
The UCI has a curriculum different from other universities in the country, following the principle of linking Marti Work-Study is an emphasis on production as part of the learning process. From the second or third year of study, students can be linked to productive projects that contribute to the economy. Other activities complement the training curriculum to provide space for research and innovation and the development of skills in the use of technology. The UCI has advanced computer technology and is one of the major computer centers in Cuba.
Nova is a distribution of GNU / Linux developed by students and professors at the University of Computer Sciences, with the participation of members of other institutions, to support the migration to technologies and Open Source Software experiencing Cuba as part of the computerization of the Cuban Society.
- Nova (operating system), developed by students and professors at UCI
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