We had a great night connecting with Swiss alumni in NYC for an evening of science & research. A special thank you to Fanny Badache, Severin Bischof, Reka Anna Lassu and Alain Pe-Curto for their insights into their research.
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Join us on Thursday, November, 15 for a series of talks presented by Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Fellows and Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) alumni and students.
Learn more about the research and work of promising researchers and professionals – including how they develop and share their research with an international audience and how they adapt to new work and cultural environments. Topics will range from diversity in international organizations to transformative research experiences – with more to be announced.
Presentations from fellows and alumni will be followed by a networking reception to allow attendees to connect with each other and the evening’s presenters.
Please bring a photo id (US-issued ID or foreign passport) for building security.
6:00 pm Doors Open
6:30 pm Welcome & Introductions
6:40 pm Presentations
7:15 pm Audience Q&A
7:30 pm Networking Reception
Swiss National Science Foundation
Based on a government mandate, the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) supports scientific research in all academic disciplines, from history to medicine and the engineering sciences. At the end of 2017, the SNSF was funding 5800 projects involving 16,000 researchers, which makes it the leading Swiss institution for promoting scientific research.
Università della Svizzera italiana (USI)
USI is Switzerland’s most international university. It is distinctive in the Swiss university system because of the originality of its degree curricula and areas of research. Its relatively contained size and numbers assure direct interaction between the members of the academic community. The result is a collegiate, dynamic, and multicultural atmosphere, a powerful magnet for motivated students and talented researchers.
Photo Credits: Università della Svizzera italiana