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The new podcast from ETH Zurich is here! The topics are as varied as the formats: In exciting background reports and expert talks we want to include everything that is thrilling, controversial, and fun about science and technology. ETH Zurich – Where the future begins! Our university for science and technology dates back to the year 1855, when the founders of modern-day Switzerland created it as a centre of innovation and knowledge. At ETH Zurich, students discover an ideal environment for i ...
 
Dr. John Bruni is Founder and CEO of SAGE International Australia (SIA), an Adelaide-based private think tank specialising in the analysis of foreign policy, international and national security issues in Australia's 'defence state' of South Australia (SA). Est. in 2008, and partners of the Swiss Centre for Security Studies (CSS), ETH Zurich, we are the only institution of its type in SA and STRATEGIKON, created in 2016, is the podcast of SIA.
 
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Katarina Brlec je doktorska študentka na področju Computational Chemistry na UCLu v Londonu. Pred tem je na isti univerzi opravila dodiplomski študij kemije. V tej epizodi sva se pogovarjala o celotni poti iz Slovenije do masterja in začetka doktorata. Zakaj se odločila za doktorat in ne za kariero pri Deloittu, kjer je imela ponujeno službo? Zakaj…
 
In this episode of STRATEGIKON, we examine the ongoings in Belarus and the likely fate of Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko. Also up for discussion, changes to European security caused by the recent decision of President Trump to relocate US forces from Germany to Poland. And finally, Europe’s southeast in the Eastern Mediterranean, tensions…
 
Career: Consulting @ Deloitte CanadaPovratna epizoda z Nikom, konzulantom oz svetovalcem pri podjetju Deloitte v Kanadi. Z Nikom sem se že pogovarjal v 6ti epizodi - takrat sva predebatirala njegovo pot iz gimanzije do študija v Calgaryju, tokrat pa od študija do prve službe v svetovanju. Pri Niku je velikansko vlogo igralo njegovo sodelovanje na t…
 
More information on Fanny Yang:https://inf.ethz.ch/news-and-events/spotlights/2020/01/welcome-prof-fanny-yang.html More information on Julia Vogt:https://inf.ethz.ch/news-and-events/spotlights/2019/06/welcome-prof-julia-vogt.html ETH Podcasts are roduced by This Wachter's Audio Story Lab and Jennifer Khakshouri. Music, Sound Design and Mastering by…
 
It is a scary world out there in the cyber-universe, and while we have covered many of the public sector concerns from a political level, what are the threats facing every Australian from citizens to business owners? Cynch Security is a cybersecurity service for small business, and are at the forefront of the cyber-fitness, or indeed, lack thereof …
 
Part 2 of a two-part discussion: On June 19th Scott Morrison, Prime Minister of Australia announced that many public services were experiencing a hack from a 'state player' without giving any details as to who it may have been behind the attack. With many commentators speculating that China may be behind the attack and with their history of these t…
 
Part 1 of a two part discussion: On June 19th Scott Morrison, Prime Minister of Australia announced that many public services were experiencing a hack from a 'state player' without giving any details as to who it may have been behind the attack. With many commentators speculating that China may be behind the attack and with their history of these t…
 
Pogovarjal sem se z doktorjem Jernejem Uletom, profesorjem molekularne nevroznanost na University College v Londonu. Njegov laboratorij se imenuje RNA networks lab in se ukvarja s posebno, za življenje nepogrešno molekulo: RNA (ribonukleinska kislina). Pri tem sodeluje z drugimi Slovenci po svetu in domovini ter za njegov prispevek k spodbujanju kr…
 
Whether you're opposed to phrases like the 'new normal', or you're optimistic about how the world will look after COVID-19, the world is going to be very different, at least for a while. Of particular interest is the shifting in tensions in the strategy and international relations world, which has been affected perhaps more than any other academic …
 
The international price of oil is now in negative territory and having an immensurate impact on the world, but especially in the Middle East where oil is the foundation of many sovereign states. The duel economic blows of the COVID-19 crisis and the oil price wars are forcibly dragging Gulf states backward, particularly affecting the burgeoning mid…
 
Lynn Kaack and David Dao on how to stop the global warming Can AI tackle climate change? Climate change hasn’t been hitting the headlines quite as much in recent months – but that’s not because the situation has improved. ETH Zurich researchers Lynn Kaack and David Dao spoke to the ETH Podcast back in March about how we can use AI to help in the fi…
 
Interview with Detlef Günther, Vice President for Research at ETH Zurich The coronavirus pandemic forced ETH Zurich to suspend almost all its experimental research in mid-March. This was a major challenge, especially for Detlef Günther, ETH’s Vice President for Research. "But now I see a little more light at the end of the tunnel," he says in the p…
 
Contact tracing and respecting privacy Various contact-tracing apps are currently being developed worldwide to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Apps are seen as a necessary tool in the battle to contain coronavirus infections, but they also raise many ethical questions – not least of which is how to implement digital contact tracing in accordance wit…
 
In this episode, John, David and Tim are joined by Senator Jim Molan AO DSC. Jim is a former Australian Army Major-General and is now a high profile Senator for the Liberal-National Coalition known for his public interest in Australia’s strategic policy. We begin this episode by asking Jim about his military experience and his opinions on some of t…
 
Shifting from economic forecasting to scenario planning The current situation presents an enormous challenge for economists like Jan-Egbert Sturm. The director of the KOF Swiss Economic Institute and his counterparts around the world are shifting from economic forecasting to scenario planning in a time of unprecedented change. “We are confronted wi…
 
While the COVID-19 Pandemic is ravaging the economies and societies of nations worldwide, Asia seems to have a large diversity of responses and impacts. What cultural and political settings have changed how the pandemic his hit each country, and how will this impact the region more broadly into the future. This is the first episode of two that exam…
 
While the COVID-19 Pandemic is ravaging the economies and societies of nations worldwide, Asia seems to have a large diversity of responses and impacts. What cultural and political settings have changed how the pandemic his hit each country, and how will this impact the region more broadly into the future. This is the first episode of two that exam…
 
How a megacity became a giant research lab Singapore is situated in Southeast Asia and has a strong connection to China. Nevertheless, the coronavirus epidemic in Singapore has been much weaker than in Europe so far. Gerhard Schmitt, Professor of Information Architecture and Director of the Singapore–ETH Centre, tells the ETH Podcast how the strong…
 
What are the minimum essential skills, technology, manufacturing, real resources and infrastructure within any country to enable them to sufficiently survive global pandemic or equivalent crises? On today’s episode, John and David co-isolate before the restrictions would have disallowed to discuss the missing part of public discourse on COVID-19 - …
 
“Our schedule got way busier than before” Andreas Wallraff is currently running the Quantum Device Lab from home. The Professor of Solid State Physics has a lot to organise and coordinate, now that his group is not allowed to enter the university buildings. “We’re working on results that we acquired earlier and writing up some papers. And we are pl…
 
Joel Mesot, President of ETH Zurich In response to these exceptional times, the monthly ETH Podcast will appear as a series of short items dealing with various aspects of the novel form of coronavirus and all its ramifications. We’ll be starting with ETH President Joël Mesot. President Mesot is working from home – like nearly all ETH members at the…
 
The Idlib balance of power is threatened as the last rebellion holdout in Syria by threatened by conflicting and complex interests. There is a current cease-fire, but as the "Battle for Idlib" is the last stand against the Syrian regime's sovereignty, it seems only a matter of time until violence breaks out once again. This an extraordinary Civil w…
 
This episode is a conversation with Dr. John Bruni, David Olney, and Tim Whiffen concerning John and David's latest trip to Canberra. The report John and David must produce for the DoD has lead to many meetings with large and small states who either give or receive foreign aid. The implications from the different perspectives on aid gives a fairly …
 
This episode is a conversation with Prof. Purnendra Jain, a member of the SIA Advisory Board and SIA's Head of Research & Academic Development about his research trip to India. The report John and David must produce for the DoD is in collaboration with Purnendra and his trip included meeting with staff from the Institue for Defense Studies and Anal…
 
Boris Johnson has won a landslide election proving the British people want Brexit and want a hardline, perhaps conservative approach to the deals yet to be made. Boris has many decisions to make and a lot of Britains future is uncertain with new alliances and old tensions brewing in the liberation of British people from the political and economic b…
 
Rex Patrick is a Senator for South Australia representing the Centre Alliance Party who joined John, David and Tim in the STRATEGIKON studio to answer some questions pertinent to the future of Australia's security and flourishing. The Centre Alliance Party's Website: https://centrealliance.org.au/ Support the show: https://www.sageinternational.org…
 
Rushan Abbas is a well known Uyghur activist who graced the STRATEGIKON studio with her presence to tell John and David more about her experiences of persecution and what the rest of the world could and should be doing. Rushan Abbas’s Campaign for Uyghurs site at: https://campaignforuyghurs.org/ The US Congress recently passed new sanctions on Chin…
 
This episode is a conversation about SIA's research trip to Canberra. In an aim to talk about the interesting ideas at the ambassadorial/HC level meetings we had, this discussion maintains Chatham house rules: We talk about the ideas but not where the ideas have come from. The report John and David must produce with collaborators is being done on b…
 
Careers je nov koncept Stricev iz tujine, ki bo predstavljal karierne poti ljudi z različnih področjih. Ukvarjali se bomo z vprašanji kot so: kako izgleda določena karierna pot, karierni nasveti, izbira študija s strani izkušenejših. Prva epizoda feature-a g. Andreja Črepinška, tehničnega direktorja za regijo srednje in vzhodne Evrope pri podjetju …
 
John Bruni, CEO of SAGE International Australia, recently went on a trip and found himself in Dubai, wherein an interesting conversation was had with David Khandan. Tim, John and David interview David Khandan, Executive Director of Austability to recreate the magic of that conversation. In this episode, we look at the Australian Government and diag…
 
Iran has been placed in a very difficult bind by the US and other countries with extreme economic interest in Iranian Oil. The US has put blame for the recent attack on oil tankers off the Gulf of Oman on Iran, further sparking tensions in the area. Iran's fringe political groups are pushing back against the US administration in a big way since the…
 
In this episode of STRATEGIKON, David and Tim take listeners along to talk to some speakers from a recent event put on by Professor Purnendra Jain of The University of Adelaide and member of SIA Advisory Board. To discuss the Japanese Economy, Australia-Japan Relations, and Japan’s Politics and Foreign Policy, David interviews three academics from …
 
A lot has been said of the state of American global power. But in the US itself there is little appetite among the people to be on a constant state of military vigilance and arguably the Trump win in 2016 played to a sense of national public war weariness. This is a time of confrontation with Iran in the Gulf, Kim Jong Un in North Korea, and most w…
 
The European Parliament’s creation, national ambitions, identities and interests have had an imperfect execution throughout its history. The last elections demonstrated that nationalism is making a come-back in a significant way. British 'nationalists' won the Brexit debate hugely, Northern Italian ‘nationalists’ won in Italy signalling a divided I…
 
Abiy Ahmed election as Ethiopia’s Prime Minister in April 2018 was welcomed as good news around the world. Ethiopia is critical to the Horn of Africa, and since the end of its sixteen year long civil war, the victory of the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front, rapidly stabilised the state. Abiy Ahmed promised to enact reforms that wou…
 
The 2019 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill has incited protests and political unrest in Hong Kong and Taiwan, evoking emotions across the globe. The protests are demanding a withdrawal of the Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation Bill 2019 proposed by the Government of Hong Kong. Though Hong Kong has extraditi…
 
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