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Spring session 2021 - Alumni

We had the great pleasure to welcome two PDI Alumni during the Spring session 2021:

Farouk Allouche and Pablo Jimenez-Calvo

Dr. Farouk Allouche is a French-Lebanese assistant professor in Biotechnology at the Catholic University of Lille. After graduating in Genetics for the university of Bordeaux, he joined the university of Strasbourg as a PDI PhD candidate and prepared his PhD in immunology at the IBMC, where he showed a particular interest for international collaborations and exchange. Hence, he created and chaired in 2015 StrasAIR, the Association of International Researchers of Strasbourg, in order to advocate for science and education and enhance more international collaborations, he is also active in several NGOs and international NGOs including Eurodoc that he represented at the Council of Europe and the European Parliament. He was also the president of the Gender Equality task force of the Conference of INGOs of the Council of Europe and the the co-coordinator of the Lifelong learning working group. His interest for international relations led him to coordinate the international master exchange program in immunology at the university of Strasbourg before joining the Catholic University of Lille where he is also in charge of international relations for science at his faculty.

Dr-Ing. Pablo Jimenez-Calvo is a postdoctoral scientist at Max-Planck-Institut für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung in Prof. Dr. Antonietti's group in Potsdam, Germany. In 2020 he completed his first postdoctoral fellowship at the Laboratoire Physique des Solides from the University of Paris Saclay, France. He received his PhD in Materials Chemistry and Physics from ICPEES at the University of Strasbourg, France in 2019, his Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Porto, Portugal in 2014, and his Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry at the Universidad Nacional of Costa Rica in 2012. He completed a research internship at the Brussels Innovation Center of Procter & Gamble, Belgium in 2015. His research concerns the design of carbon-based nanomaterials, chemical reactor and devices engineering for photocatalytic hydrogen evolution and laser-pattern sensors.

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

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