The Spain Australia Council Foundation is to participate in a new edition of this event, which will be focused on Air
The Spain Australia Council Foundation and the Association of Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific (SRAP) have signed a new cooperation agreement to organise the Australia-Spain Research Forum, to take place in November, which will focus on Air. This year, the Forum will be held at two separate locations: Sydney and Canberra.
Organised with the support of the Embassy of Spain in Australia and the Instituto Cervantes Fellowship, this will be the third time the SACF has co-organised the event, which focused on Water in 2015 and on Light in 2016.
The aim of the Forum is to present various aspects of the relationship between human beings and these elements, focusing on scientific advances of interest to both countries, and connecting Spanish and Australian researchers and institutions.
The agreement was signed by SACF Secretary General Alonso Dezcallar and SRAP President Sergio León-Saval. The signing took place after the two leaders took part in SACF’s seminar on University-Industry Research Cooperation in Australia, which was attended by representatives of companies and universities from the two countries participating in bilateral projects.
Sergio León-Saval became SRAP’s President in December after Professor Luis Salvador Carulla from the Australian National University stepped down. León-Saval also attended the III Spanish Science, Technology and Innovation Diplomacy Meeting during his visit.
Follow this link to view the programme of the III Australia-Spain Forum.