EUROPAH ESR Rijutha Jaganathan has been selected to attend the Lindau Meet this summer. She writes about what the meet is all about.
A guest blog from Emma Sackville, who recently completed her PhD in Sustainable Chemistry at the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies, University of Bath. 1.Anyone can be a public One of the first things youContinue reading
Let me introduce you to a good friend of many scientists all over the world. His name is High-Performance Computing system (HPC) or just supercomputer. The guy is not picky, but you have to explainContinue reading
I am the only ESR of the Europah network doing her PhD in social science. The question that usually comes next is “Why on Earth (and, incidentally, in space) would you need a socialContinue reading
Earlier this week, the EUROPAH network was featured in AstroPAH, a monthly newsletter focused on the latest research about polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in astronomical environments. AstroPAH aims to highlight the experimental, theoretical andContinue reading
It is not often that the ESRs are all together in the same country, let alone the same city, so we decided to take advantage of this at the Heriot-Watt University Open Day that tookContinue reading
wo of our early stage researchers (ESRs), Evgeny and Gabi, are located in the beautiful city of Toulouse, South France, and are studying at the Université de Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier. If you wantContinue reading
It was an unusually hot summer in Denmark this year but as usual I was struggling with my equipment in the lab all through summer. I use a scanning tunneling microscope to ‘image’ molecules onContinue reading