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Gabriela González: from Córdoba to the Universe

We tell you the story of one of the most recognized researchers in Córdoba. Gabriela González works listening to the
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| 09 February, 2020 |

Gabriela González was born in the province of Córdoba. He trained in Physics and Astronomy. She holds a PhD in Physics, but also teaches Physics and Astronomy at Louisana State University, United States. In 2017 he won, with his research team, a Nobel Prize in Physics. This team was able to verify Einstein ‘s Theory of Relativity by detecting gravitational waves. She was often chosen among the most outstanding scientists in the world. Among them, it won the recognition of Nature Magazine in 2016. After these years, today it has more than 100 publicationsin scientific journals. His contributions are of incredible reach in the world of physics. And that’s why we’re proud.

In her words, she is devoted to listening to the Universe. Actually, she is dedicated to the study of gravitational waves, a study that led her to make unmissable contributions to scientific advancement. His research has as its main tool the use of electromagnetic waves. Which helped her and her group reach epic conclusions about how the Universe works. It is recognized in several areas. And she is always a special guest of the Ministries of Culture, Education and more of the country. The incredible thing about his work is that it is based on the theory that revolutionized the world as a whole. But above all the academic world and physics. The theory of relativity is still in force. And Gabriela keeps drawing incredible conclusions from her. That’s why every contribution of this PhD in Physics is an exceptional discovery.

His theory, in his words

Gabriela tells some media: “We do not doubt the theory of Mr. Einstein. We are using the new wave detection tools gravitational as true telescopes to study the universe. We are drawing a lot of conclusions about the same, especially of the holes black– how large they are, how they are formed or where they are. And that we are. doing more and more deeply. Not only by detecting more signs of black holes or neutron stars, but also coming from supernova explosions, rotating stars in our galaxy, and what I’d like most to capture is something of unknown origin’.

In front of this Universe, full of possibilities. And in this world, full of tools, Gabriela González does not give up. He continues to investigate each situation with the same passion and interest of his beginnings as a scientist. His flag, and where he draws strength to continue trial and error, is passion. That’s why he invites everyone to study. For her, genius is not necessary, only movement, curiosity and interest in the object of study. What do you think are the keys to research?

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