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SBE Student Chapter Chalmers

The Board of 2018/2019, first row from left to right: Nandan Merchant (Event Planner), Julia Stevrell (PR & Information) and Carolina Sanchez (Event Planner). Second row from left to right: Francisco Zorilla (Treasurer) and Angelo Limeta (President).

SBE Student Chapter Chalmers is an organization belonging to a world wide network for biological engineers. SBE is an acronym for Society For Biological Engineering.

Student chapters exist all around the world today; in United States, Greece, India, Indonesia and Denmark. We are happy to present the first student chapter in Sweden here at Chalmers!

As a member, you will get opportunities to take part in local activities at Chalmers to expand your knowledge in the field. You will get updates from brand new research in biotechnology, meet post docs and professors and have fun. Read more about our events in the EVENTS & PROJECTS folder.

Added to the local benefits, you will belong to a large international network where you can get new contacts, find interesting areas to work in and get inspired for the future.

If you have an interest, little or more, in biology combined with chemistry, technology and engineering, it's time to join us as a member!


With a warm welcome,
The board

Professor & Director Jens Nielsen, Chalmers:

 

"I am very excited about the establishment of an official student chapter under Society for Biological Engineering at Chalmers, as I am confident that this can further strengthen the very strong study environment at our university. Through this student chapter and its affiliation with SBE, Chalmers students will be able to link up with similar student chapters at international leading universities like MIT, Harvard, UCLA and Technical University of Denmark. As director for Chalmers Area of Advance Life Science Engineering I am also happy to see how we through the Chalmers SBE student chapter can ensure even better dialogue between research and teaching at Chalmers, and hereby jointly promote Chalmers further as a good place to study and work."

 

Jens Nielsen

Professor and Director

Let's explore!