I think one of the most important tasks is to shre the knowledge we generate over time. Although I am full-time commited to my projects, I am always open to offering advice in different capacities.
Transforming knowledge generated within universities and academic labs into impactful, science-driven companies. Technology transfer is at the core of progress, but the path is poorly defined, and often not considered as a valid career path for young researchers.
One of the hardest challenges for starting entrepreneurs is finding reliable information and opinions. Mentoring is the best way of paying it forward, and to systematize knowledge accumulated over years.
With more than 10 years developing software for scientific instrumentation, I offer software trainings and consultancy. Both companies and universities around the world have benefited from this approach to knowledge transfer.
It can be a software development problem, or the study of a business case. In all cases I build my approach by following a 3-step process
I embed myself in the problem at hand in order to fully study it. I like sparring, asking tough questions, and thinking outside of the box.
Learning from what has been done is the best way to prevent pitfalls. I am good at combining disconnected pieces of information in new ways.
I have good communication skills, ensuring a clear transfer of knowledge and understanding. Finding good solutions is always rewarding.