European funded research projects are a powerful tool to foster exchanges and collaborations between people and companies who would otherwise never get to work – and progress – together. We are starting this week a series of interviews that will introduce Mont-Blanc people – some of the Mont-Blanc 2020 contributors, with very different backgrounds and skills, from PhD student to seasoned project manager, including of course scientists and engineers.
My name is Bine Brank and I am a 24 year old PhD student at the Jülich Supercomputing Centre. I originally come from Ljubljana, Slovenia, and I moved to Germany in 2016 for my master’s degree at the University of Wuppertal. In my free time I like to practice martial arts, bouldering or hiking in nature. I am also interested in mobile game development, aviation and artificial intelligence.[+]