2020, Oct 10th, Antwerp, Belgium
Invited as "free thinker" by artist Cédric Noël for a round table about Data is the new Clay at WIELS. Presentation of scientific visualization and open discussion with the public.
2019, May 22nd, Zürich
ZHDK Science Lunch, talk + 2h workshop for students in scientific visualization
2019, Feb 21st, Renens, CH
3D Thursday, FIXME Fablab
2018, Blender Conference, Amsterdam
The challenges of modern scientific illustration
2021, Audience Award of the SNSF Scientific Image Competition 2017–2021 (!).
2018, AEIMS conference, Antwerp, 2nd prize for professional scientific illustration
2018, EPFL, 2x Aesthetic merit, Seeing Life Science
2017, CODE, Honorable Mention for architectural design competition, Bologna
Management and direction of exhibitions
2018, BBP at Planète Santé, Palexpo, Geneva
2017, Night of the museums, BBP, Campus Biotech
2016, Data Square, ArtLab, EPFL campus, Lausanne
Works featured in exhibitions
2021, Biel/Bienne Festival of Photography
2020, The Fascinating Brain, Oslo
2020, The Fascinating Brain, Düsseldorf
2019, The Fascinating Brain, Bundestag, Berlin
2018, Portal, October Gallery, London
2017, Framing [Science] at Zürich Film Festival
2016, Neuronal simulation demo at LG, Seoul
2015, Megamind, Tekniska Museet, Sweden
Artworks featured in publications
2020, Sciences & Avenir, n°886, Neuroscience.
2018, Le grand Atlas du cerveau. Glénat Livres.
Visualizations in scientific publications
Contribution to papers listed on Research Gate
Frontiers: A Process for Digitizing and Simulating Biologically Realistic Oligocellular Networks Demonstrated for the Neuro-Glio-Vascular Ensemble, Coggan et al.
CNS: Reconstruction and simulation of a full-scale model of rat hippocampus CA1, Romani et al.
Nature neuroscience, vol 20, issue 7, TOC, Rich cell-type-specific network topology in neocortical microcircuitry, Gal et al.
Nature Nanotechnology, vol 11, issue 2, TOC
Molecular cavity optomechanics [...], Roelli et al.
Frontiers, The Neocortical Microcircuit Collaboration Portal, Markram et al.