For Australia’s National Science Week 2022 SRAP joined forces with Instituto Cervantes Sydney organising 3 free science communication events. The last one of them is an hybrid (in-person +online) event that was held at Instituto Cervantes Sydney at 5:30pm, Thursday 18th Aug, with the title “Connecting Australian and Spanish research”
Each panelist will give a short (12 min) talk followed by a final Q&A and panel discussion with the audience. The participants were:
- Dr. Cristina Martínez Lombilla (Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of New South Wales and SRAP) talked about “The faintest structures of the Universe“.
- Dr. Bernardo García Pola (Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of New South Wales and SRAP) talked about “Game theory: Madness at first sight“.
- Prof. Javier Álvarez-Mon (Professor at Macquarie University and SRAP) talked about “The Elam civilization (4200-525 a. C.) and the origins of the Persian Empire“
- Dr. Ricardo Javier Domínguez Llosa (Chief Technical Advisor Climate Portfolio FAO-Vanuatu and SRAP) talked about “Evidence of the Impact of COVID-19 on Biodiversity, agriculture and food systems”.
- Prof. Carl Munoz-Ferrada (Director of Gammasonics Institute for Medical Research and SRAP) talked about “Nuclear medicine and surgery“
- Ms. Coral Martínez Iscar (Director of Instituto Cervantes Sydney)
- Dr. Ángel R. López-Sánchez (Macquarie University and SRAP President)
Some images of the event:
Although the event was broadcasted in YouTube, because of technical problems the audio has very bad quality. We will try to fix it and upload it here.