GRANTS & AWARDS

2020

[1] Gravity Research Foundation 2020 Awards for Essays on Gravitation (2020): Honourable mention for the essay "Quantum Weak Equivalence Principle and the Gravitational Casimir Effect in Superconductors"

[2] ITC Conference Grant (2020), Cosmology and Astrophysics Network (CANTATA) COST action. 2,000 EUR to attend Moriond Cosmology, La Thuile, Italy. (event cancelled)

[3] International Postdoctoral Exchange Fellowship Program - Talent-Introduction Program (2020). Allowance of 200,000 RMB each year+another 100,000 RMB per year by the host institution group at Peking University (2021-2023).

[4] National Natural Science Foundation Of China International (Regional) Cooperation And Exchange Project The Research Fund for International Young Scientists (2020). 300,000 RMB for research per two years - Peking University (2021-2023).

2019

[1] ITC Conference Grant (2019), Cosmology and Astrophysics Network (CANTATA) COST action. 2,000 EUR to attend the 2019 YITP Asian-Pacific Winter School and Workshop on Gravitation and Cosmology, Kyoto, Japan.

[2] 2019 YITP Asian-Pacific Winter School and Workshop on Gravitation and Cosmology (2019). Financial support to attend the workshop at the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan (∼ 650 GBP).

[3] 1st PUICGC (2019). Financial support (flight tickets+full hospitality) as an invited speaker to attend this conference at University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan (∼ 1200 GBP).

[4] Short term Scientific Missions COST action (2019), Cosmology and Astrophysics Network (CANTATA) COST action. 1,250 EUR to visit the Institute of Space Sciences and Astronomy at the University of Malta, Msida, Malta (1 week).

[5] Short term Scientific Missions COST action (2019), Gravitational waves, Black holes and fundamental physics (GWVerse) COST action. 1400 EUR to visit to visit the Institute of Space Sciences and Astronomy at the University of Malta, Msida, Malta (1 week).

[6] Gravity Research Foundation 2019 Awards for Essays on Gravitation (2019): Honourable mention for the essay "Is Gravity Actually the Curvature of Spacetime?"

2018

[1] Gravitational waves, Black holes and fundamental physics (GWVerse) COST action (2018). Financial support (300 EUR) to assist the "Dublin School on Gravitational Wave Source Modelling", Dublin, Ireland.

[2] JJ Sylvester Scholarship (2018). Award (2,000 GBP) given by University College London.

[3] Gravitation and Cosmology - long-term workshop (2018). Financial support to attend the workshop at the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan (6 weeks - ∼ 1300 GBP).

**[4] Mobilitas Pluss postdoctoral researcher grant (2018) for two years. Estonian Research council, 40,000 EUR grant (per year) + 5,500 EUR for relocation.

[5] Cosmology and Astrophysics Network (CANTATA) COST action (2018). Invited speaker for the 3th CANTATA meeting at the University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain ( ∼ 650 EUR).

2017

[1] Short term Scientific Missions COST action (2017), Gravitational waves, Black holes and fundamental physics (GWVerse) COST action. 1650 EUR to visit Ben-Gurion Univ. of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel (2 weeks).

[2] JJ Sylvester Scholarship (2017). Award (1,000 GBP) given by University College London.

[3] David Warren Scholarship (2017). Award (500 GBP) given by University College London.

[4] Abbott (Corte) Studentship (2017). Award (250 GBP) given by University College London.

[5] Short term Scientific Missions COST action (2017), Cosmology and Astrophysics Network (CANTATA) COST action. 1,000 EUR to visit Instituto de Astrofisica e Ciencias do Espaco, Lisbon, Portugal (1 week).

[6] Short term Scientific Missions COST action (2019), Cosmology and Astrophysics Network (CANTATA) COST action. 1,000 EUR to visit Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Naples, Italy (1 week).

[7] "Theoretical Physics seminar" (2017). Financial support (flight tickets+full hospitality) as an invited speaker give a talk in this seminar at the University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia (∼ 150 GBP).

2016

[1] Training School I: Quantum Structure of Spacetime and Gravity (2016), Quantum Structure of Spacetime (QSpace) COST action. Financial support (545 EUR) to attend this school in Belgrade, Serbia.

[2] LACES (2016). Financial support (accommodation and lunches) to attend this school at Galileo Galilei Institute of Theoretical Physics, Florence, Italy (3 weeks).

2015

[1] JJ Sylvester Scholarship (2015). Award (1,000 GBP) given by University College London.

2014

**[1] CONICYT PhD Chilean scholarship "Becas Chile" (2014). It covers tuition fees (∼ 17,190 GBP per year), cost of living and others (∼ 23,142 USD per year) for four years.

[2] Monica Hulse Scholarship (2014). Award (1,000 GBP) given by University College London.

[3] "100 Years of General Relativity: From Theory to Experiment and Back" (2014). Financial support (1055 USD) to attend the school at Institute for Advanced Studies Jerusalem, Israel.

2011

**[1] "Scholarship undergraduate-postgraduate for Master studies" (2011). It covers Master tuition fees for two years (∼ 9,000 USD). It was given by Universidad de Concepción, Chile.