Ignacio Sukarno Alemán
Ignacio S. Aleman joined EPFL in 2014, where his focus is in transforming low nutrient food into numbers ranging from 4 to 6 while concurrently trying to figure out why and what he is. His areas of interest include self doubt, uninterrupted sleep and the exploration of unknown areas of defect. Together with his colleagues, he received the distinguished participation award, for achieving to transform low nutrient foods into numbers which average to values greater than or equal to 4.0. His seminal paper Homework 6 received a standing ovation by a group of Japanese tourists who mistakenly thought that the presentation of renowned architect Nishizawa (of RLC fame) was taking place in CM 012.