This past summer has been an exciting one. We concluded the organization of the Second Deep Carbon Observatory Early Career Scientist Workshop, I attended the NSF STC career workshop in Indianapolis and I accepted a postdoctoral position within the ELSI Origin of Life Network, in Tokyo Japan (more on this to come).
During the summer I was also invited by Prof. Piet Hut to join as visiting scholar is Program in interdisciplinary Studies at the institute of Advanced Studies in Princeton, USA. The IAS is a remarkable place, check out their history if you never heard of it. I am very happy to be able to join the PIDS program and became part of the IAS family.
Starting in October, I’ve visited the institute once a week, enjoying the vibrant an interdisciplinary atmosphere of PIDS program. Last week I was ask to present my work during the After Hours Conversations. The format is completely informal and no slides or visual aides can be used. Giving the talk was a fun and rewarding and an interesting conversation followed.