CSCS User Day Poster Session – Videos on “Engineering mechanosensitive interaction” and “Main Factor Affecting the Climate in Glacial States”

We continue with our series of scientists explaining their posters presented at CSCS User Day.

Samuel Hertig is a PhD student in the Biologically Oriented Materials Laboratory of ETH Zurich lead by Professor Viola Vogel. Samuel won the CSCS User Day 2011 Best Poster Award with the poster on “Engineering mechanosensitive interactions: Lessons learned from bacterial adhesins“.

Dr. Dominik Hofer,  is a post-doc researcher at the University of Bern and collaborates in the project of Professor Christoph Raible. He presents his poster on “The impacts of the continental ice sheets and the external forcing for the last glacial maximum and 65kyr BP on atmospheric dynamics and precipitation in Europe”.