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_6_Alumni AudioLab with Rosalie Arcala Hall

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Rosalie Arcala Hall of the Philippines researches the military in terms of women and gender issues.

AAL_5_Alumni AudioLab with Vittorio Pace

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Vittorio Pace from Italy explains his research on synthesis in organic chemistry. He points out the differences between chemistry and pharmacy and talks about his position as group …

AAL_4 - Alumni AudioLab with Vanessa Suelt Cock

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Vanessa Suelt Cock, law professor from Colombia, gives an insight into her work, the Colombian peace treaty of 2016 and in law and justice.

AAL_3 - Alumni AudioLab with Constantine Loum

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Constantine Loum from Northern Uganda talks in this third issue of the Podcast about what brought him to Austria, the connections between medicine and society and about his youth …

AAL_2 - Alumni AudioLab with Kalina Kupczynska

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Kalina Kupczynska from Poland talks in the second issue of Alumni AudioLab about her research on comics and other experimental kinds of texts.

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The podcasts are free to be used under the Creative Commons License CC BY-NC 3.0 AT.