Dr. Stefano Signetti (Professor: Ryu, Seunghwa), Mechanics and Materials Modeling Laboratory, Participated in the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
Dr. Stefano Signetti, a postdoctoral researcher of the Mechanical Engineering and Multiscale Mechanics and Materials Modeling Laboratory (Professor Ryu, Seunghwa), was invited to participate in the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
The Lindau Conference is a one-week conference in a renowned village on Lake Costanza in southern Germany since 1951, and Nobel laureates in chemistry, physics, medicine and economics discuss annual issues with young scientists in their fields
The conference is comprised of lectures, panel / roundtable discussions, master classes on interdisciplinary topics, and informal small group meetings with winners, facilitating the exchange of ideas among scientists from different generations, cultures and disciplines.
Dr. Signetti was invited to visit the Max Planck Society headquarters in Munich and a research group at the MP Institut für Eisenforshung in Düsserdolf as part of the event after Lindau's meeting.