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New ‘Mäin Element’ podcast episode: Sébastien Faye
The FNR is pleased to share the newest podcast episode in the collaboration with Lëtzebuerger Journal. The ‘Mäin Element’ podcast series features researchers in Luxembourg talking about their lives and their passion for science, showing a glimpse of the people behind the science. The 16th episode features Sébastien Faye.
In this episode, everything revolves around 5G. What does the “G” actually stand for? Sébastien Faye from the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) can answer that question. The French researcher is currently working on traffic concepts, digital clones and even 6G. For Sébastien, everything started with Windows95 before continuing with creating websites that had great success in the French video game industry.
The ‘Mäin Element‘ series featuring scientists from various scientific disciplines and institutions in Luxembourg. The language of the podcast varies depending on which researcher is guest.
“I am delighted with this collaboration with journal.lu and the use of the podcast format, which adds to the wide range of communication formats we use at the FNR to showcase and explain the array of exciting projects and people supported by the FNR.” – Didier Goossens, Head of Corporate Communication at FNR
Listen to the previous podcast episodes featuring epidemiologist Claudine Backes (LIH); social scientist Raphael Kies (University of Luxembourg); epidemiologist Guy Fagherazzi (LIH); law expert Bianca Nalbandian (MPI Luxembourg); maths professor Hugo Parlier (University of Luxembourg); child poverty researcher Anne-Catherine Guio (University of Luxembourg); law expert Habiba Abubaker (Max Planck), photovoltaics researcher Prof Phillip Dale (Univeristy of Luxembourg)[English]; eating disorder researcher Dr Annika Lutz (University of Luxembourg); deep learning researcher Prof Djamila Aouada; microbiologist Prof Paul Wilmes (LCSB); hydrologist Dr Laurent Pfister (LIST) [Luxembourgish]; computer scientist Stéphane Bordas (English); and neuroscientist Prof Anne Grünewald (LCSB, University of Luxembourg) [German]
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