Portraits of Sciex Fellows and Teams
Portrait No. 8: «It amounts to greater importance to communicate our research to laymen»
Alexandru Deftu, Doctoral Candidate at the University of Bucharest, won the competition and became best Sciex Science Slammer 2014 by presenting his research project conducted at the University of Lausanne on pain sensitivity.
Portrait No. 7: «The weight of our co-operation helps in negotiations with water suppliers»
Prof Dr Talis Juhna, Vice-rector for research at Riga Technical University (Latvia) shares his thoughts about the Sciex Programme and his successful co-operation with Eawag (Switzerland). He is a Sciex Home Mentor to PhD candidate Alina Nescerecka, who currently carries out her research on flow cytometry in aquatic research at the Eawag.
Portrait No. 6: «It's a win-win situation»
In a joint interview, senior scientist Dr Georges Wagnières and PhD student Jaroslav Varchola talk about the success of the co-operation in medical photonics between the EPF Lausanne and P.J. Safarik University in Košice (Slovak Republic).
Portrait No. 5
Gusztáv Kecskés, Hungarian postdoctoral researcher in international history, shares his experiences as a Sciex Fellow at the University of Geneva.
Portrait No. 4
Romanian biologist Camelia Stefanache presents the doctoral research project in biotechnology and phytopharmacy she currently conducts at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW in Wädenswil.
Portrait No. 3
Czech nanoelectrochemist Viliam Kolivoska gives an insight into his postoctoral research project ETNA and his life in Berne, federal city of Switzerland.
Portrait No. 2
Anna Kazmierczak, neuroscientist from Poland doing her research on Alzheimer's disease (AD), shares her experiences as a Fellow at the University of Basel.