Podcast: #LINO16 alumnus sharing his experience with #LINO19 young scientist

In this new podcast Peter Warzynski brings together Tyler Shendruk, who participated in #LINO16 and Russell Rundle, who is going to attend #LINO19. Both being from the Loughborough University, they have an informal chat, in which they share their thoughts on the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

The biophysicist Tyler can already reflect on the long-term benefits of his visit in Lindau, like improving presentation skills considering different audiences (general public vs. experts) and reports from his personal highlights – like having breakfast with other young scientists or watching an inspiring panel discussion with Nobel Laureate Steven Chu. He advises Russel to use moments of informal atmosphere to mingle with other young physicists from all over the world, since this really makes up the Lindau Meeting.

Russel, who is researching in the field of Quantum Mechanics, is still looking forward to coming to Lindau in only four weeks and struggles with Impostor Syndrome while preparing the right questions for meeting Nobel Laureates of his field of studies. He’d love to catch up with Nobel Laureate Serge Haroche, because they “basically study the same thing in different ways”.

They also discuss how science communication in their discipline works and end up on the note how Lindau connects people not only jobwise, but personally.

This podcast was produced and made available to us by Peter Warzynski from Loughborough University.


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