Hey people! “Hallo, ich bin Yash” and there goes all the German I have learnt since arriving in Munich. Anyway, I’m one of the15 people from all over the globe who will be working in the DNA Robotics Consortium. I’m a part of The Simmel Lab at the Technical University of Munich and here begins a sneak peekinto my life.
Hello there, I am Angel Santorelli and this is my story. I was born in Venezuela, a country that have been lately quite newsworthy, although not for the best reasons. Anyhow, it’s a place where the people is cozy, a little bit too warm and a little bit too loud for European standards, but still a really nice place.
Hello world! My name is Minke Nijenhuis, and I decided to do things a little bit differently in this blogpost. Welcome to Draw my Blog!
Hey there! My name is Michael Pinner, and I am one of the 15 early-stage researchers (ESRs) participating in the DNA-robotics research network. Born and raised in Vienna (Austria), I am now based in Munich (Germany) where I am working in the laboratory of Hendrik Dietz at TU Munich. Interdisciplinary research fields like ours naturally bring together researchers from a vast range of backgrounds, and in the following I would like to tell you my own story.
Hello everyone! My name is Catia Caratao and I am from Viana do Castelo (Portugal) – a beautiful small city in the north of this amazing small country. At the moment, I live in Oxford and I am one of the 15 students of the DNA-Robotics consortium.
How did I get here? Well, let me tell you…