Nilam Sari Setiono, founder and owner of international restaurant chain Kebab Turki Baba Rafi, was a participant in the Australia Awards Food Production and Processing Short Course. Here, Nilam shares her tips for success to those who plan to open their own business, especially women and mothers.
IMAGINE a frictionless ball rolling around a billiard table. Next, work out, on variously shaped tables, which set of ricochets would merely repeat a pattern, and which would eventually cover the whole surface. Full answers are still elusive, but it is the sort of mathematical puzzle that outsiders can at least imagine.
Santi – An inspiration to all of us
University student Santiago (Santi) Valasquez is an inspiration to us all in the university and startup scene.
He does not see his vision impairment as a barrier to realising his dreams and, in doing so, helping others.
He’s founded the startup EyeSyght which is developing technology to help vision impaired people (VIP) to better see. He also hopes to apply his engineering knowledge & innovation capabilities to address the world’s sustainability challenges.
This is why we would love to help him, with any help you can offer too, to raise the necessary funds to pursue his education and accept a position at the life-changing MIT global entrepreneurship bootcamp.
The bootcamp is perfect for Santi as it will focus on empowering entrepreneurs and solving sustainability challenges.
How you can help Santi
Santi would be most grateful for any help you can give in sharing Santi’s story and/or donating.
Our wonderful Alumni!
Like so many of our wonderful alumni, Arsyah Rasyid loved the time he spent in the land down under! IAJN were lucky to have a talk with him about his time abroad, to learn more about why studying in Australia was so amazing.
Dr Queena K. Qian aspiring to be an accomplished researcher in the field of sustainable development.
Dr Queena K. Qian is Assistant Professor, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands and is particularly interested in green building promotion, improving market incentives and building energy efficiency and transaction costs. Her PhD thesis titled ‘Barriers to promote building energy efficiency – a transaction costs perspective’ was an interdisciplinary research project encompassing contemporary energy and environment issues.