Anyone could potentially be a scientist. A common (big) mistake is to think that being a scientist means you need to be a genius, dress in a bow tie, and to only think about work,Continue reading
Physics and Fun in the Alps
Les Houches is famous as a skiing resort to most of the world but to physicists and aspiring physicists it is famous for being home to the Les Houches School of Physics.
One Day Visit to Leiden
Who would like to go on a one day trip to a new city, share their passion for science and meet a whole bunch of interesting people? This entry will be about Julianna Palotas (RadboudContinue reading
What and Where is Lindau ?
EUROPAH ESR Rijutha Jaganathan has been selected to attend the Lindau Meet this summer. She writes about what the meet is all about.
Secondment at Milan University
All ESRs are destined to spend some time in another institution (secondments). Specifically, Dario has already spent three weeks last October at Milan University in Prof. Rocco Martinazzo’s group, learning new techniques in quantum chemistry.Continue reading
7 things I discovered doing public engagement during my PhD
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
What is HPC and why do we need it?
Let me introduce you to a good friend of many computational scientists from all over the world – the High-Performance Computing (HPC) system or simply supercomputer. It is not picky, but you have to explainContinue reading
Why is there a social scientist in EUROPAH?
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
EUROPAH featured in AstroPAH
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
Our first public engagement event together
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