Alumni AudioLab

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Alumni AudioLab is a monthly podcast series where alumni of the OeAD talk about themselves and their research. The OeAD brings together researchers from all over the world and from different fields of research who spent part of their research career in Austria – some of them have even stayed here. In the Alumni AudioLab they tell their stories, talk about their scientific ambitions, their motivations and their personal backgrounds. It is an open format for all those who are not only interested in science as such but also in the people behind it.

AAL_21_with Miguel Vazquez Pufleau

45:27#Podcasts#Alumni
A problem solver of complex technical issues and processes tells his story – because pigeonholing is passè.

AAL_20_Alumni AudioLab with Michaela Höller

38:30#Podcasts#Alumni
(Podcast in German) Michaela Höller spent 5 years as a lecturer in Mexico City. In this podcast episode she talks about her experiences and impressions.

AAL_19_Alumni AudioLab with Adrián Prieto

48:46#Podcasts#Alumni
An architectural historian, who actually started out as a law student, talks about his research in this podcast episode.

AAL_18_Alumni AudioLab with Raymond Ouedraogo

36:35#Alumni#Podcasts
Raymond Ouedraogo has dedicated his career to fishing and water in Burkina Faso. Remarkable, because Burkina Faso is actually an arid landlocked country in West Africa.

AAL_17_Alumni AudioLab with Rahel Bekele

46:23#Alumni#Podcasts
Rahel Bekele has been working with information and communication technologies for more than 30 years, especially in the health sector. Among other things on questions like how the …

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