IIT tries to make a social contribution supporting technological development. Within the framework of this commitment to society, our initiatives aim at improving the sustainability of the energy sector and promoting universal access to energy for the most disadvantaged populations. Through these initiatives, our members collaborate with foundations and organizations very close to IIT participating in research projects such as the following.
The Juan Carlos Lavalle association is a private, non-profit and pluralist association dedicated to the promotion of relations with the Third World in the field of education and social assistance.
Energy Without Borders is an NGO whose mission is to extend and facilitate access to energy and drinking water services to those who still do not have them, or obtain them in precarious conditions or due to inappropriate procedures.
The purpose of the Foundation is to provide the necessary material, technical and human resources to cooperate in the development of depressed populations by collaborating in projects of effectiveness, impact and sustainability.
The ICADE Business Social Consultancy is a professional university volunteer initiative that combines social commitment, social training and collective thinking, thus allowing students to practice their skills in projects that put the economy at the service of people.
The aim of BP Chair is to promote studies, training and spreading actions related to sustainable development.
HEST programme aims to mobilise the resources of Jesuit Universities and Faculties across Europe and to link them with our Social centres putting academic research at the service of society.
The Francisco de Ayala Chair in Science, Technology and Religion promotes and facilitates dialog between the world view advocated by science and technology and that which derives from philosophical and theological thought, handed down from cultural and religious traditions.
This research group aim to accelerate universal energy access efforts by building data-driven modeling tools and considering social factors to make planning, policy, and regulatory recommendations.
The field of action of this roundtable is the universal access to sustainable electric and thermal energy, focused on isolated rural communities suffering poverty and lack of basic services where there is no conventional networks.
Más que Ingeniería is a MAG+S pastoral activity that seeks to offer professionals in the field of Engineering to deepen their vocational process as Christians and engineers, integrating studies and the profession with the Gospel.