INTERNATIONAL DAY OF LIGHT| 16 MAY
Teaching Innovation Groups
This initiative borns at the University of Santiago de Compostela that, together with the research groups like ours, are aware of the importance of developing new and innovative methodologies of training and teaching to improve the quality of teaching.
Photonics4life group is participating in this initiative through the creation of our own teaching innovation group: Bioluz, born to promote optics and laser technologies and their applications.
Activities promoted by PhD students
USC-OSA is a group of students in different studying stages (Bachelor's, Master's, or Ph.D.) who, together with USC researchers, are dedicated to disseminate photonics and physics.
This activity is supported by the European Physical Society (EPS) and the American Optical Society (OSA).
Social networks de USC-OSA:
An engineer or scientist in each school
It is an activity developed in collaboration between the City Council of Santiago de Compostela and the USC, in matters of gender equality.
The purpose is the visibility of engineers and scientists as references in the disciplines known as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) with the realization of workshops aimed at students of 5º and 6º of primary schools of the City of Santiago.
Another dissemination activities
- International day Women and girls in science
- Web serie
- Nobel Prize 2018
11/02/2021 - International Day of Women and Girls in Science: four Galician scientists
Maite Flores.-Arias spoke on TVGalicia about the importance of equality in science.
24/06/2019 - Participation in the webserie "A Universidade Responde"
The group Photonics4life has collaborated in the third season of the USC web series "A Universidade Responde", a short-videos set with an educational purpose in where dailies physical phenomena are explained.
In this video Professor María Teresa Flores-Arias explain the use of polarization lens applied to 3D cinema. These videos will also be broadcast on the Spanish national TV in the show "La aventura del saber".
3/12/2019 - Colaboration with the scientific podcast "Efervescencia"
Professor María Teresa Flores-Arias has colaborated with the scientific podcast "Efervescencia" in the episode "Descripción de Pinzas ópticas, láseres e nobel de física 18 con Maite Flores" explaining the details of the 2018 Nobel Prize involving Optical tweezers and ultrashorts and ultraintense laser pulses.
Listen the entire audio!
Optical tweezers. Nobel prize 2018 | Maite Flores-Arias