The Fondation Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg (FJSL) and CapitalatWork Foyer Group invite you to join them at an interactive conference at the Cercle Munster, 5-7, rue Munster, L-2160 Luxembourg on November 29th, 2019 at 7 PM.
Both speakers of the evening, Negin Baradari and Henri Ahola, have two things in common: the national contest « Jonk Fuerscher » and of course, their passion for science.
The conference will be opened by Carlo Hansen, president of the FJSL and by Pascal Kayser, Senior Wealth Manager at CapitalatWork Foyer Group.
Henri Ahola, a current Jonk Fuerscher, will give a short but poignant presentation on his science project the “8-bit CPU Visualiser”, and tell us a bit more about his experience at the national contest and beyond.
This will be followed by a keynote speech by Negin Baradari, also a former participant of the national contest and all-around talent. Her presentation will focus on the topic of technologies, their impact on our every day life and privacy, and on her career path. The evening will culminate in a Q&A with the speakers and a dinner at the Cercle Munster.
Magic at the Intersection of Divergent Fields
« Technologies have been elevating our lives while concurrently infiltrating our privacy. Striking a healthy balance and relationship with our digital inclinations has become imperative. My journey as a multihyphenate has been swayed by never properly fitting in and perpetually leaning forwards. Join me for a rollercoaster ride handling life as a third culture kid born in the Grand Duchy and discovering a world full of creativity through science, law and the arts. »
- Negin Baradari
7h00 PM : Apéritif
7h30 PM : Start of the Conference
- Opening Speech by Carlo Hansen, President of FJSL and by Pascal Kayser, Senior Wealth Manager at CapitalatWork Foyer Group (10 min)
- « the 8-bit CPU Visualiser tool » by Henri Ahola (15 min)
- Magic at the Intersection of Divergent Fields » by Negin Baradari (45 min)
- Q&A (15 min)
9h00 PM : Dinner
Conference & dinner:
The conference is free for all students