Designer Emma Sicher, an expert in bacterial cellulose materials, initially earned her degree in Bolzano, Italy. Her projects have been exhibited in various design museums in Germany, England and Portugal. Her current research at the Humboldt Uni- versity in Berlin focuses on the connection between design microbiology and cultural anthropology.
Originally from the small town Terlan near Bolzano, Italy, Franz Braun worked for many years in banking. His studies in acting led him to the theater, where he worked as a director and actor and af- fronts themes related to personality development.
Giacomo Sintini, a world volleyball champion, has lived a life inse- gned with sport and success for years. A cancer diagnosis turns his life upside down but motivates him to take new paths. To date, he is the founder of a cancer research association and works as an international manager at Randstad, a multinational company in HR.
After completing her studies at the Faculty of Engineering in Bozen/Bolzano, Dr. Selena Milanovic majored in biomedical engineering in her Ph.D. at Oxford. She collaborates with the British government as a consultant during pande- mia. Named by "Forbes 30 - Under 30," she is a member of the World Economic Forum and works for Siemens as a strategy consultant in the healthcare sector.
As a journalist, Sham Jaff received the Grimme Online Award for her podcast "190220 - One year after Hanau. In her newsletter "what happened last week," the political scientist compiles headlines from Asia, Africa and Latin America and inspires readers on a weekly basis.
With 30 years of experience as a senior investigating officer with the London Metropoli- tan Police, Simon Harding is an expert in counterterrorism and homicide investigations. Today he works as an expert for BBC World at One and Sky News, to name a few.
Professor Timm Albers deals with children's special educational needs as a professor of inclusive education at the University of Paderborn. His research focuses on language acquisition and child development in early childhood.