International Exchange in Research and Academia

Hosted by our colleagues in German-American exchange in New York at tenfourteen, re:transatlantic is a podcast reflecting on the transatlantic partnership today. Producer Thomas Traguth interviews people from both sides of the Atlantic to find out which experiences have shaped their view of Europe and America.

In episode three, the DWIH curated an all-star cast of four young European researchers living and working in the U.S. Hear from:

  • Jan Dahl, a microbiologist at Illinois State University researching how bacteria react to stress.
  • Aline Gottlieb, a physiologist at Johns Hopkins University looking at possible treatments for liver disease.
  • Paula Herber, a professor of computer science at the University of Muenster who investigated embedded systems at the University of California Berkeley.
  • Christophe A. Kone, a professor of German at Williams College whose research focuses on contemporary material culture and artifacts.

Listen to the discussion today!

Find the episode on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

Event Information

October 20, 2020

Apple Podcasts, Spotify
Organizer: German Center for Research and Innovation (DWIH) New York, tenfourteen