A young researcher from IRNAS-CSIC and the University of Seville awarded in the Pyro2016


Nicasio, during the award ceremony.
Nicasio, during the award ceremony.

Nicasio T. Jiménez-Morillo, PhD candidate at the University of Seville, has been awarded with the best scientific contribution presented during the XXI International Symposium on Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis (Pyro 2016).
The young researcher was awarded with the Frontier-Labs Young Scientist Award to best scientific contribution in the form of poster presented during Pyro 2016. The young scientist was awarded last May 12th during a ceremony celebrated at the city of Nancy (France) Town Hall.
The work entitled “Soil organic matter alternations resulting from post-fire restoration actions” was made in collaboration between IRNAS-CSIC MOSS (Organic Matter in Soil and Sediments) and the  MED_Soil research group (Univ. of Seville).

Find Nicasio’s profile at Google Scholar.

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