May 27, 2020; Leon Kokkoliadis

Sedlmair working group diversity

From left: Michael Sedlmair, Xingyao Yu, Katrin Angerbauer, Alexander Achberger, Cristina Morariu

 

The VISUS working group around Transregio project leader Michael Sedlmair (A08) was featured as a shining example of diversity in the initial issue of the series „ Diversity promotes intelligence“ of the University of Stuttgart.

Transregio researcher Cristina Morariu (A08) is also one of the working group members.

The group was portrait as role model for excellent cooperation and networked research within an inclusive group of researchers living cultural and gender diversity.

In a series of articles, the University of Stuttgart will be introducing teams who view diversity as a matter of course. The motivation behind this series, is the University of Stuttgart’s new diversity concept, initiated by Monilola Olayioyethe, Vice Rector for Early Career research and Diversity.

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A08 | Learning-Based Research Methodology

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