Ilya Eigenbrot

EPFL AVP-E CAPE
BP 1234 (Bâtiment BP)
Station 16
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Site web: https://cape.epfl.ch

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Formation

PhD

Time-resolved confocal microscopy

Imperial College London

2001


Récompenses

Royal Society Millennium Award

1999

COPUS Award

With Dr Ben Crystall

1996

Unilever Studentship

1992-1995

COPUS Award

With Prof David Pye

1995

British Association Exhibition Award

1993

Enseignement & Phd

  • Swiss Group of International Schools (SGIS) Committee Chairman 2012-2014
  • Swiss Group of International Schools (SGIS) Committee Member 2009-2014
  • Teaching of Geography, Science, ICT, Digital Arts and Drama at Key Stages 3 and 5 2008-2017
  • King’s College London Maxwell Lecturer 2004 and 2005
  • Institute of Physics Tyndall Lecturer 2004
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers Faraday Lecturer 2003
  • Institute of Physics Schools and Colleges Lecturer 2000/1
  • Production and performance work for BBC Science: ‘Building the Impossible’, 2002, ‘Tomorrows’ World’ 1995-2000, ‘What did the Romans do for us?’, 2000, ‘Are You Superhuman?’, 2000, ‘First Sight’, 1996, and BBC Radio
  • Production work for Windfall Films’ Equinox: ‘Birth of the Death Ray’, 1998
  • Consultant for the London Science Museum, Hong Kong Science Museum, Royal Institution of Great Britain, as well as individual demonstration lecturers
  • Concept, design and implementation of a public laser exhibition with Dr. Ben Crystall
  • Organisation of BAYSDAY at Imperial College 1994-2000, including the opening of SET7
  • Popular Science Demonstration Lectures in the UK, Belgium, Korea, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Africa and Malaysia
  • Annual organisation of GETSET and Reach for the Sky, including writing of the scenario, design of problems and coordination of technical support and logistics