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1  Sociedad Científica de Astrobiología del Perú, Lima Cercado, Lima-Peru
2  Centro de Tecnologías de Información y Comunicaciones de Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria, Tupac Amaru 210 Av., Rimac, Lima- Peru
3  Facultad de Ingeniería Electrónica, Universidad Nacional Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Calle Juan XXIII, Lambayeque-Peru.
4  Departamento de Bioingenieria e Ingenieria Química, Universidad de Ingenieria y Tecnologia - UTEC, Jr. Medrano Silva 165, Barranco, Lima Peru
5  Grupo de Investigación de Ciencia y Tecnología de Materiales, Departamento de Ciencias Naturales, Universidad Catolica San Pablo, Urb. Campiña Paisajista, Quinta Vivanco s/n, Arequipa-Peru

Published: 04 June 2019 by MDPI in 2nd International Electronic Conference on Geosciences session Others

The development of new technologies in recent years has highlighted interdisciplinarity as a tool to solve complex problems faced by scientists and engineers in research work. Worldwide, the area of ​​space science and specifically astrobiology has more than 25 missions with high technological development and economic return. However, the success of interdisciplinary teams requires collaboration, responsibility, and leadership on the part of all members, to prioritize the main objectives of the research. Likewise, the formation of interdisciplinary teams can be affected because there is little information about the strategies and tools that recognize the opportunities of the constant interaction of subjects from engineering and sciences. We use a methodology based on other recent proposals that include the description of the conformation and behavior of the research team and the measurement of interdisciplinarity through the interrelation and the level of dependence of the existing subject categories in Killalab team. In this research, we present the ensemble interdisciplinary group "Killalab" and its implication in the realization of astrobiological investigations.

Keywords: Astrobiology, interdisciplinarity, subject categories, KillaLab