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SRAP partnered again with Instituto Cervantes in Sydney and 5 Australian-based researchers through a Research Bites. Research Bites are periodical meetings aiming to facilitate science, transfer knowledge and exchange local experiences being researchers in Australia.
The event brought together researchers originally from Portugal, Colombia, Italy, Panama and Spain. Topics of presentations varied from a Pain App used in hospitals and by doctors to measure pain levels in children and adults; approaches in natural language processing; the effect of global warming on some lizard species, the ethical controversy of autonomous and connected vehicles on Sydney’s future infrastructure and learning and cognition in Port Jackson sharks.
Below you will find the list of presentations, topics and its lecturers:
“‘Jaws’ also have brains: learning and cognition in Port Jackson sharks” presented by Catarina Vila Pouca (Portugal) from Macquarie University.
“Impacts of Autonomous and Connected Vehicles on Sydney’s Infrastructure” presented by Kevin Anderson (Panamá) from UniNSW.
“Low resource natural language processing” presented by Inigo Jauregi Unanue (Spain) from UTS University.
‘Digging deep into the future: effect of global warming in a fossorial lizard’ presented by Iván Beltrán (Colombia) from Macquarie University.
“Is the use of a Pain App reliable to measure symptoms in children and adults; a Spanish and Australian cross-sectional study” presented by Andrea Coda (Italy) from Newcastle University
When: On 20 June 2019 at 6:00 PM
Where: level 3/ 299 Sussex st, Sydney, NSW 2000
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 Ibero American countries which are doing their researches in Australia.
SRAP would like to thank the Instituto Cervantes for hosting the event and to the great speakers on the evening: Andrea Coda; Inigo Jauregi Unanue; Kevin Anderson; Iván Beltrán and Catarina Vila Pouca.
Some photos of the event: