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5 fast tips for your career as a global engineer

The core competencies of today’s global engineer go far beyond structural analysis, experts tell Devex. Here are a few fast tips collected from professors and heads of international engineering organizations. Source: Devex – The field of engineering is changing fast. “It’s no longer focused on the local type of engineering

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Women in Engineering: Veronika Marek, Biophotonics Scientist at L’Oréal

VERONIKA MAREK Current position: Biophotonics Scientist at L’Oréal Paris, France Education: PhD degree for a thesis in Photobiology & Ophtalmology with Essilor, France; Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering & Bioimaging, Télécom ParisTech, France; Engineering degree in Intarface Biology, École Polytechnique, France; Bachelor’s degree in Physics and Mathematics (Quantum optics), Russia

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Women in Engineering: Gaëtane Lenain, former Researcher in Astrophysics, now an Executive & Team Coach

GAËTANE LENAIN Current position: Executive & Team Coach, President of ICF BelgiumEducation: DEA (M.Sc.) in Astrophysics, University of Liège, Belgium; License (M.Sc.) in Physics, University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium Discover inspiring career paths from women in engineering! From astrophysics to coaching: the intersection of rational and emotional approaches Gaëtane, you are

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On recherche: femmes ingénieurs

Passionnée de mathématiques et de sciences, Hilde Decuyper a choisi voilà 31 ans de poursuivre des études d’ingénieur chimiste industriel, option biochimie.  À l’époque, les études d’ingénieur étaient plus populaires parmi les filles. “J’ai volontairement choisi l’école supérieure provinciale de Courtrai (aujourd’hui intégrée à l’Université de Gand, NDLR), car c’est

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