Alumni round-up July 2014

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Alumni round-up


Christoph B. Graber (LAW 1989-1993) announces that, after almost 14 years at the Law Faculty of the University of Luzern, he is moving to the Faculty of Law of the University of Zurich, where he will hold the new chair in Legal Sociology and Media Law from 1 February 2015.


Natalia Fabra (ECO 1997-2001) has received  the XIII Sabadell-Herrero Prize for Best Young Spanish Economist in 2013.  Natalia is an associate professor at the  Univ. Carlos III, Madrid,  and research affiliate at the  Centre for Economic Policy Research.


Levente Borzsák (LAW 1998-2008) checked in with the EUI from Brussels, noting that he recently published a review of Marise Cremona’s edited volume Compliance and the Enforcement of EU Law in the European Law Review (39(2), 278-281, 2014)


Matthieu Bussière (ECO 1999-2006) was honoured with a nomination for the best French Young Economist Prize.


Yvonne Schleiss (LLM 2000/01) announces that she has obtained her Dr. iur from the University of Fribourg (CH) on 19 February 2014 for her thesis entitled “Zur Durchführung des EU-Rechts in Bundesstaaten. Ausgewählte Aspekte der Umsetzung der Dienstleistungsrichtlinie in Deutschland und Österreich” (Schulthess Verlag).  In addition, she shares that she was married to Murat Alakus on 26 March 2013 and gave birth to their daughter, Umay, on 10 June 2014.


Geetha Garib (SPS 2001-2006) and Remko Bakker announce that they were married in Fiesole in May 2013, and  that their daughter Xandrine Anna Gioia Jasodra Bakker was born in Utrecht, the Netherlands exactly 9 months and 1 day after their wedding.


Hannes Peltonen (SPS 2003-2008), who has been Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Lapland, announces that from August he will be Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Tampere, Finland


Lucas Lixinski (LAW 2007-2010) was promoted to Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, UNSW Australia (Sydney).

Matthias Moschel (LAW 2007-2011) will take up a post as Associate Professor at the Central European University of Budapest, in their Legal Studies Department, as of September 2014.

Cristiano Zanetti (HEC 2007-2012) has won the García-Diego International Prize for the History of Engineering, awarded by the Fundación Juanelo Turriano, for his  paper  Educación y redes de Juanelo Turriano: historia social de un ingeniero renacentista (Turriano, Renaissance engineer: schooling and social circles).