Seit September 2017 studiere ich an der University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) Maschinenbau im Masterstudiengang. Möglich wurde dies durch ein Fulbright Stipendium.Read more Exploring the Golden State
Aug 30, 2018
Aug 21, 2018
As a participant of the Fulbright program for doctoral students I was given the opportunity of a six month research stay at UC Santa Barbara. Out of seven months in total, would I want to miss a single day? I don’t think so…Read more Academic and Cultural Enrichments
Aug 14, 2018
Jul 12, 2018
In my presentation during the Berlin Seminar 2018, I give an introduction to plasma physics, the study of hot, ionized gases, as well as its applications to controlled nuclear fusion.Read more Wendelstein 7-X: A Star on Earth, Right Here in Germany!
Jun 15, 2018
May 30, 2018
I gave a presentation on how genetic engineering can be used to produce medicines. In 2015, Tu Youyou received the Nobel Prize in Medicine for proving that artemisinin could be used to cure malaria.Read more Engineering Living Cells to Produce Useful Medicines
May 18, 2018
Apr 23, 2018
What do you get when you combine over 40 Fulbrighters, the most important political institutions in Europe, and lots of Belgian waffles?Read more What makes Europe and the transatlantic relationship tick?
Apr 18, 2018
During the first practice of the Stanford Running Club, everyone in the group was asked to reveal their happy place in order to get to know each other a little bit. I couldn’t help but say “The Farm”.Read more Arriving as an Attorney, Leaving as an Academic
Feb 22, 2018