Severo Ochoa Programme

Jesús Serra Foundation visitors

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The IAC has been chosen by the Jesús Serra Foundation to participate in its “Visiting Researchers Programme”. The new period includes 2020-2022. Each year, the programme supports stay of one - three months at the IAC for visiting professors of international prestige. These visits allow, first, to deepen the scientific relationship between the host research group and the visiting researcher, and secondly, to initiate new lines of action based on the generation of new scientific interests.

The funding scheme offered by the Jesus Serra Foundation consists of: maximum funding of 3000 euros /month. This scheme will accommodate to the standard rules of the IAC for "Bolsas de Viaje para Visitantes".

In any case diets to be claimed shall refer to those in force in national territory according to Royal Decree 462/2002. According to this Royal Decree, the visiting researcher with a longer stay of 1 month, could be reimbursed with up to 80% of the maximum per diem, i.e 2400 €/month for accommodation & subsistence, not being necessary invoices related to such concepts.

Related agreement: Convenio entre la Fundación Jesús Serra y el Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias

Researchers who have visited the IAC under this programme -or will visit it in the near future- are listed below:

  • Dr Henri Boffin
    DR HENRI BOFFIN (European Southern Observatory - ESO, Germany)

    Dr. Henri Boffin is an astronomer at the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Garching, Germany. He obtained his PhD from the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, in 1993. After a post-doc in Kobe, Japan, and in Cardiff, UK, he was appointed astronomer at the Royal Observatory of Belgium in 1998. As he is very keen to share science with

  • Cristina Chiappini
    Dr. CRISTINA CHIAPPINI (Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam, AIP, Germany)

    Dr. Cristina Chiappini received her PhD in 1998 at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. After a postdoctoral position at Columbia University, she obtained a permanent position at Observatory of Trieste (INAF) where was tenured in 2003. In 2005 she moved to the University of Geneva as a Maitre Assistant and from there to a permanent position at AIP

  • Dra. Minia Manteiga Outeiro
    PROF. MINIA MANTEIGA OUTEIRO (Universidad de A Coruña)

    - University Professor. University of A Coruña. Area of Astronomy and Astrophysics. - Full member of the Galician Royal Academy of Sciences. Section of Physical Sciences, Computational Mathematics. - Vice-president of the SEA (Spanish Society of Astronomy). Dr. Minia Manteiga graduated in Physics from the University of La Laguna in 1986. That year

  • Dr Evanthia
    DR EVANTHIA HATZIMINAOGLOU (European Southern Observatory - ESO, Germany)

    Dr Evanthia Hatziminaoglou is a senior astronomer at the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Garching, Germany, deputy head of the ALMA Regional Centre and former coor-dinator of the European ARC network (2014-2020). She obtained her degree in Physics from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1996 and then moved to France, where

  • Dr. A. R. Plastino
    PROF. DR. ANGEL RICARDO PLASTINO (Universidad Nacional del Noroeste de la Provincia de Buenos Aires - UNNOBA, Argentina)

    Angel Ricardo Plastino is a professor in the Department of Basic Sciences at the Universidad Nacional del Noroeste de la Provincia de Buenos Aires (UNNOBA) and obtained his PhD degree in Astronomy in 1994 from the Universidad Nacional de La Plata, both in Argentina. Prof. Plastino's main research interests focus on multidisciplinary applications of

  • Brian Welsch
    BRIAN WELSCH (University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, USA)

    Prof. Brian Welsch completed his Ph.D. thesis, “Magnetic Helicity Transport in the Quiet Sun,” in 2002, under the supervision of Prof. Dana W. Longcope. He subsequently started working for the University of California at Berkeley, at its Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL) as a Visiting Postdoctoral Scholar, working under Dr. George H. Fisher. In 2004