Gonzalo Gonzalez Abad
Gonzalo González Abad graduated with a BCs in Physics from the University of Valencia in 2008, and a PhD in Chemistry from University of York in 2011. Gonzalo joined the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) upon completion of his PhD in 2011 as a postdoctoral fellow. In 2014 Gonzalo became a staff physicist at the CfA Atomic and Molecular Physics division. The pristine nature of his home town (Mora de Rubielos) in Spain inspired Gonzalo to pursue research connected to the preservation of our planet and understanding the Earth system. Specifically, Gonzalo works on remote sensing of atmospheric trace gases, specifically formaldehdye, glyoxal, water vapour and nitrogen dioxide from satellite and ground-based instruments. Gonzalo is the PI of NASA's MEaSUREs effort to develop satellite long-term data records of these trace gases (https://earthdata.nasa.gov/esds/competitive-programs/measures/h2co-choc…).
BCs in Physics from the University of Valencia in 2008, and a PhD in Chemistry from University of York in 2011