Join a panel of Sydney-based Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific (SRAP) as they present some of their results in Biology, Ecology, Medicine, Physics and Mathematics. After their short presentations, a panel discussion and audience Q&A will follow. Please note that this event is in English.
- Sonia García (University of Technology Sydney) – We Are What We Eat: Seafood sustainability and the markets.
- Ana Montserrat-Martinez (University of New South Wales) – What if Antibiotics Cannot Be Used Anymore?: A new Swiss knife to fight superbugs.
- Eva Fernández (University of Technology Sydney) – Life of a Researcher in Antarctica.
- Ana Vila-Concejo (University of Sydney) – Beyond Wonderful: Protecting coral reefs to protect our coasts.
- Guillermo Muñoz Matutano (Macquarie University) – Artificial Atoms: Can we build the fundamental blocks of matter?
- Ana Zumalacarregui Perez (University of New South Wales) – Searching for Structures in Random Sets of Integers.
- Dr. Ángel R. López-Sánchez (Astrophysicist and Science Communicator, Australian Astronomical Observatory/ Macquarie University)
About Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific (SRAP)
The SRAP is a non-for-profit organisation established in 2014 to promote networking and collaboration between Spanish researchers working in the Australia-Pacific, support Australian research institutes and universities to understand and engage with Spanish Universities, and to assist Australia-Pacific researchers to collaborate with Spanish researchers.