My last day as Engineer of 2021 felt very special. After receiving the Prins Friso Award from the Royal Netherlands Society of Engineers KIVI I had the amazing opportunity to analyze what it means to be Engineer today, and what the future generations of problem-solvers will need for their education. Empathic Engineering Yesterday, I shared […]
I spoke at the World Health Summit about small volume injections without needles: less pain and less waste. The whole ‘New Voices in Global Health’ session can be seen in this video-link.
I am so excited to talk to a promising audience! During the Weekend of Science, it will be the first time I get the opportunity to talk directly to kids from 8 years and above… More than telling much, I want to know what they think about our idea to inject without needles, and how […]
I have the honour to be the Keynote Speaker to this TechMed event, but what I am very interested is in meeting new collaborators to make healthcare better and more accessible to all.
This lecture was recorded in a green-screen huge studio. The challenge was to give a presentation in a different order and way that I normally would do. Nevertheless, the result is amazing!
Today I had the privilege to talk during a colloquium organised by the Helmholtz Institute Erlangen-Nürnberg (HI ERN) and the Department of Chemistry and Biological Engineering (CBI) at FAU. The title of my lecture was Pinning and encircling bubbles, and it was online due to the current travel restrictions to combat the Covid-19 pandemics. I […]
Just before finishing the year, I had the great pleasure to hold a new type of Young Scientist Ambassador Programme missions, YSAP, from the Global Young Academy. Together with Dr. Chandra Shekhar Sharma, from the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, our two groups shared a full half-day sharing knowledge, and some food at the end! […]
Today I had the chance to present the main results of our Lorentz Center event related to Education and Process Intensification, during the European Federation of Chemical Engineering Spotlight Talks series. The links to the resulting papers are these Process intensification education contributes to sustainable development goals Part 1, Part 2. The link to the […]
Since we cannot have a “face to face” event this year, we had an online event to explain future Master students what is it all about. I contributed with a mini-lecture explaining the importance of Chemical Science & Engineering studies in our faculty. My part shows up in minute 47:10. (link)
This week the new semester started, and I am teaching two courses: Innovating Reactor Systems (Master – including Chemical Engineering programs) Innovation Project (Bachelor Honours programme – Shaping the Future) On both we will have to adapt to the new rules to mitigate risks during the Covid-19 pandemics.For sure it is hard for students and […]