June 23, 2023
Place Sainte Barbe, auditorium BARB03
This seminar begins with a presentation on membrane science and technology, the membrane community, and current challenges. Particular attention will be given to the role of membranes in antisolvent crystallization. This represents the doing of a scientist: moving science forwards. The second part, is an open discussion on the being, or the human aspect of a scientist. How far are we connected with the research we pursue? We strive to live in harmony with nature or the eco-system, does our research align with that? Are we connected to societal needs? In our institute, I observed a great deal of mindfulness, so the discussion is simply an exchange perceptions and advise.
Speaker: Sara Chergaoui is a Ph.D. candidate with prof. Patricia Luis, investigating a new strategy to antisolvent crystallization using porous membranes.