Have you ever heard about the global village? It is not a village in reality, but it means that the total worldwide phenomena are being compressed in a way that it seems succinct in appearance, but with lots of details through a deep perspective which also applies to the research works especially in chemistry-related fields. This compressing trend led me to be more into precision during my research works in order to have a role in this continuum. Hereupon, as a PhD student in the Department of Agricultural Chemistry and Bromatology of the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid at Spain, I conduct macroscopic and microscopic assessments about the effects of silicon on the plants, especially in micronutrients (mainly zinc and iron) deficiency conditions.
Although most of my previous research work before my PhD were about application of chemical fertilisers, organic fertilisers, different tillage systems, soil physical characteristics, yield and yield components of different crop plants and weed biomass in irrigated and specially rain-fed conditions, but both of my investigations before my PhD and also my current PhD research works are completely included in the areas of my interests to work on.