Mathematical promenade in Sydney


SRAP-IEAP is organizing a mathematical promenade in Sydney. In this activity, we will take a walk and try to see the Sydney CBD [Queen Victoria Building, St Mary´s Cathedral, Opera House and Sydney Bridge] with some mathematical eyes, taking a look at some details of the architecture and revising some scientific peculiarities that might go unnoticed unless one is told. This time, the event will only be in Spanish.

This event will also be an excellent opportunity for networking, where you can meet people from the SRAP association and beyond.

Add this event to your calendar and confirm assistance in the email joaquin.valderrama at nal.gov.au. We will meet on Friday 21st of December, at 6.30 PM at the statue in front of the Queen Victoria Building. See you all there!


Angel.Lopez-Sanchez

About Angel.Lopez-Sanchez

I am a Spanish astrophysicist working at the Australian Astronomical Observatory (AAO) and the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the Macquarie University (MQ) in Sydney (Australia). My research is focused in the analysis of star formation phenomena in galaxies of the Local Universe, especially in dwarf starbursts and spiral galaxies. I’m using a multiwavelength approach and hence I combine ultraviolet, optical, infrared, and radio data to characterize the physical and chemical properties of galaxies and get a better understanding of the physical processes than govern their nature and evolution.