During June 2018 I did a research stay at ETH Zürich in order to work in an ongoing collaboration with the Environmental Physics (UP) Group, lead by Nicolas Gruber and Meike Vogt. The name of this project is “COPLA” (Clima, Oćeano y Plancton en la Antártida) and was funded by a Fellowship for International Research Stays for Scientists (Polytechnic University of Catalonia – “la Caixa” Foundation). The further results of “COPLA” will be part of my PhD thesis which is planned to be finished by 2020.
While I was working at ETH, on the occasion of the “World Oceans Day” celebrated each year on 8th June since 2009, I was invited to give a talk at Google Zürich (Switzerland) entitled:
“Trace Gases in Remote Oceanic Regions”
There, I had the chance to explain to the employees what is the science behind my PhD project, and also talking about the scientific expeditions in which our research group, lead by Dr Rafel Simó (ICM-CSIC), have been involved. Finally, we enjoyed about 10-15 minutes of a really stimulating discussion.
Here you have the talk!