The third edition of Zigurat’s Alumni magazine once again brings us a wealth of achievements, projects and experiences of our Alumni community and faculty board.
A quarter is a lot, and we only have to look back at the previous issue of Mosaic to realize that our Alumni community is an inexhaustible source of knowledge. Because, as we always say, when one teaches, two learn, and without a doubt, if we do anything this month by reading the 70 pages of Mosaic, it is to learn from all your experiences.
Thus, this third edition, which is part of Zigurat’s twentieth anniversary, brings together outstanding master’s final thesis, iconic infrastructure projects and major works led by our Alumni.
Master’s final project designed to go beyond and exceed the academic framework.
The thesis of the Master’s in Global Smart City Management group, composed by Guillermo Corral, Isabel Raad and Omar Dahan, opens this edition with a remarkable work in every sense, but above all for its nature of suggesting a real proposal that can improve practically today’s world.
We also talked to alumni from other training areas, who are currently carrying out international reference projects. This is the case of Marco Reyes, alumnus of the Máster Internacional en Cimentaciones y Estructuras de Contención with his project about the Santa Catarina Viaduct (Mexico) or Gabriela Penagos, alumna of the Máster Internacional BIM Management en Ingeniería Civil. Infraestructuras y GIS with her project about the construction of the offices of the Montjuic Funicular in Barcelona.
A real treat is also the exclusive interview with Beatrice Dikobe who presented her final thesis of the Global MBA in Digital Business in May and shares with us her origin story, main motivators and take on the Fintech scene in Africa.
Do you want to know all the contents? Read the third edition of Mosaic magazine.