UTEA – Technical Unit of Applied Studies
The Technical Unit of Applied Studies (UTEA) is a service specialising in the field of social science methodology and is involved in the design and execution of applied research projects. The Unit collaborates in the investigative work of the Institute’s research staff by providing technical and methodological support, and data production and analysis through qualitative and quantitative techniques.
UTEA’s mission is to incorporate technical and methodological advances from social science fields in the Institute’s research activity, contributing to knowledge generation in this area of investigation. There are a number of professionals with ample experience in the different facets of methodological specialisation: qualitative and quantitative techniques and complex statistical analyses. A recent innovative proposal is UTEA’s introduction of several services listed in the National Research Council’s (CSIC) Catalogue of Services which can be of benefit to other institutes, centres or entities, should they so require.
Rafaela Sotomayor has a degree in Sociology from the University of Granada (1993). She undertook courses under the doctorate programme “Problems of Contemporary Society” at the ...Read More »
Graduate in Research and Market Techniques from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) and in Statistics from Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). Julia Ranchal has ...Read More »
Graduated in Sociology from the Complutense University of Madrid (1990). In 1992 I received the Complutense prize for research, in the "Legal-Social" Area, for Opulence and Health. ...Read More »
I graduated in Political Science and Sociology from the University of Granada and am a Specialist in Social Research and Data Analysis from the Centre ...Read More »
Manuel Trujillo holds a Degree in Mathematics. He is Coordinator of the Statistical Unit of the Institute for Advanced Social Studies (IESA-CSIC). His main research ...Read More »