In Australia


https://cultura.cervantes.es/sidney/en/Research-Bites-Unión-Europea/121720 Research Bites are periodical meetings organised by the Spanish Researchers Asia-Pacific Association (SRAP). Aiming to facilitate the exchange of local experiences and to transfer knowledge among other researchers based in Australia. These informal gatherings have been previously organised in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Hobart to promote networking in the Spanish and Ibero-American scientific community. In this occassion this session will include short presentations by researchers from the European Union which are doing their researches in Australia. Below you will find the list of presentations, topics and its lecturers. - Hydrogen: the clean energy vector: Francois Aguey-Zinsou ( UNSW) - Bio-inspired Functional Surface Coatings: Prof Chiara Neto (School of Chemistry and University of Sydney Nano Institute, The University of Sydney) - Remnant Oyster reefs as fish habitat: A mosaic system: Francisco Martinez Baena (Macquarie University) - Updates in translational neuroscience research – from biomarkers to clinical applications: Ana Rita Barreiros (Brain Dynamics Centre, The Westmead Institute for Medical Research, University of Sydney) - How many cancers can be prevented in Australia?: Maarit Laaksonen (Centre for Big Data Research in Health, University of New South Wales) The event will be followed by a Q&A

Research Bites: European Union (26-September-2018, Cervantes Institute)


As a part of an Asia-Pacific tour coordinated between our sister associations in Japan and China, Dr Francis Mojica, the pioneer of CRISPR, visited us in Australia. As a former Dr Mojica’s student it has been an absolute pleasure organising and coordinating this events on behalf of @srap_ieap and supported […]

Dr Francis Mojica CRISPR DownUnder Journey




SRAP organized a very special visit to Siding Spring Observatory (Coonabarabran, NSW) during the weekend of Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd April. This visit was coordinated by our member, astrophysicist Ángel López-Sánchez (Australian Astronomical Observatory / Macquarie University). The 32 participants didn’t only visit the telescopes (the largest optical telescopes in […]

SRAP visits Siding Spring Observatory


Event in English Registration required at Eventbrite. Research Bites are periodical meetings organised by the Spanish Researchers Asia-Pacific Association (SRAP) that aim to facilitate the exchange of local experiences and transfer knowledge among Spanish-speaking researchers based in Australia. This event is not only addressed to researchers but also to people interested in all fields of science. These informal gatherings have been previously organised in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Hobart to promote social networking in the Spanish and Ibero-American scientific community. This session will include short presentations by Ibero-American and Spanish researchers followed by a Q&A and drinks and snacks.

Lecturers

Ibero-American Researchers in Australia - Local experience Presentation about the professional experiences of five Ibero-American researchers working in Australia Nekane Reto Murua (Spain). University of South Australia. "Nanotechnology to detect virus and bacteria". Mariana Mayer Pinto (Brazil). Senior Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales. "Biodiversity and functioning of the marine environment: impacts and solutions". Paola Escudero (Peru). Associate Professor at The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development. "Fine-tuned listening skills are the key to language learning". Jaime Góngora (Colombia). Associate Professor in Conservation Biology and Animal Genetics at the University of Sydney. "What genomes can tell us about crocodilians and platypuses" Ana Heitor (Portugal). Senior Lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering. University of Wollongong. "Compacted material behavior – towards a smoother ride".  

Research Bites: Ibero-American Researchers in Australia




Our member, Assoc Prof Ana Vila-Concejo (Geocoastal Research Group, The University of Sydney), has recently participated in some radio and podcasts interviews about her research, and her super extracurricular activities celebrating Spanish science and supporting women in science. Oh yes, we podcast 2nd February 2018 SBS Radio Australia en español: 60 […]

Ana Vila-Concejo in radio and podcasts





Dear SRAP Members, Christmas is almost around the corner! Let's have a Christmas party! It will be an excellent opportunity for networking. Hope to see you all.
Sydney:
Cuándo: Viernes 8 de diciembre
Dónde: The Nag's Head Hotel. 162 St Johns Rd, Glebe NSW 2037
Hora: A partir de las 7pm
Melbourne:
Cuándo: Sábado 9 de diciembre
Dónde: Luna Park, en la puerta principal, justo al lado del "boca" de entrada.
The Esplanade. St Kilda.
Hora: 12.30 pm

SRAP Christmas Parties: Sydney (8-Dec) & Melbourne (9-Dec)



Dear SRAP members, Remember that tomorrow, Friday 3-November-2017, SRAP will host the 3rd Australia-Spain Research Forum: Air [https://airforum2017.srap-ieap.org] in Sydney. Sydney: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/air-forum-2017-sydney-tickets-38719265365?aff=es2 If you miss it, no worries. Monday 6-November-2017, the Air Forum continues in Canberra. Canberra: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/air-forum-2017-canberra-tickets-38719325545?aff=es2 Find more details below. Kind regards, Oscar on behalf of the SRAP Board. Dear SRAP members, It is my pleasure to invite you to the 3rd Australia-Spain Research Forum: Air [https://airforum2017.srap-ieap.org], organised by the Association of Spanish Researchers in the Australia-Pacific (SRAP). The yearly Forums organised by the SRAP are intended as an opportunity for Spanish and Australian researchers to meet, with the aims of involving as many different agents as possible, improving professional and academic connections between them, and promoting the scientific culture and knowledge to the general public. This year the Forum will be divided between Sydney and Canberra on the 3rd and 6th of November respectively. This year the selected topic for the Forum is Air. In the Sydney event we have put together a diverse range of distinguished speakers to talk about the relevance of hearing and communication, climate change and air quality, society, air industry and culture. The Sydney event will also have a very interesting round table about human overpopulation and human’simpact on Earth. In the Canberra event, the topic of the Forum will be focused on Science Diplomacy and the European Research as a single market and its implications for Australia. Please find attached the program of the Forum with more detailed information. Anyone with interest in the topic is more than welcome to attend. For those attending, we’d be most grateful if you could take a few moments to complete our registration form via the links below, for catering purposes. In Sydney, the Forum will take place in the Level 1 Lecture Theatre of the Australian Hearing HubMacquarie Universityon Friday 3rd of November 2017. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/air-forum-2017-sydney-tickets-38719265365?aff=es2 In Canberra, the Forum will take place in the ANU Centre for European Studies, 1 Liversidge Street, ANU on Monday 6thof November 2017. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/air-forum-2017-canberra-tickets-38719325545?aff=es2 I look forward to seeing you at the Forum. Yours faithfully, Sergio on behalf of the SRAP Board.  

3rd AUSTRALIA-SPAIN RESEARCH FORUM: AIR 3rd of November in Sydney ...