Humans emit about 30 billion tonnes of CO2 each year through their energy requirements, which has important negative consequences for climate change. The move towards a different “greener” society is inevitable.
The objectives of this stay are: to learn about surface characterization at the nanoscale and to participate in the development of an atomic force microscope device for outreach purposes.
The Erasmus+ student will be hosted by the group of Chemical Transducers of the Institute of Microelectronics of Barcelona (IMB-CNM; gtq.imb-cnm.csic.es).
We explore both ecological and evolutionary implications of plant facilitation, assessing the contribution of plant-plant interactions on plant co-existence.
The extraction of the archaeological pieces from the marine environment can mean an increase in its deterioration, being, one of the current trends, the in situ conservation of them.
The Erasmus+ student will be integrated within the group of Dr. Jesus Campos (http://jcamposgroup.iiq.us-csic.es/), tenured scientist at IIQ (CSIC-Univ. Sevilla).