Victor Grau Serrat

Victor Grau Serrat

Victor Grau Serrat is the co-director of D-Lab, an interdisciplinary program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that is committed to working with people around the world to create and disseminate affordable technologies that contribute to sustainable livelihoods, healthy communities, and more just and equitable societies. His interests lie on the role of technology in development, community capacity building, and empowering local innovators in the developing world.

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Victor Grau Serrat

Victor Grau Serrat is at the same time an avid mountaineer, climber, skier, biker, hiker, adventurer and outdoor enthusiast. Victor has climbed all (213) peaks above 3,000 meters in the Pyrenees, has soloed vocanoes in Mexico, climbed 6,000-meter peaks in the Peruvian Andes, skied the Haute Route linking Chamonix and Zermatt, and climbed a myriad of routes from Colorado and Wyoming to the White Mountains of New England, the French and Swiss Alps and the Pyrenees.



My 1974 VW bus

My Caterpike
(Caterpillar Cargo Bike)