Programme 110th Dies Natalis

Header image for the Dies Natalis 2023.

The program includes contributions by:

Nima Salami, EUR alumnus, CEO and co-founder of start-up OASYS NOW.

Making – Act like an entrepreneur: Nima Salami

Nima Salami (EUR alumnus, CEO and co-founder of the OASYS NOW start-up, and winner of the 2022 Erasmus University Challenge) discusses how his company’s technology puts people back in control of the storage and distribution of their DNA.

Guido Imbens, professor of Economics and Applied Econometrics at Stanford University
Stefan Bladh

Minds – Think like a scientist: Guido Imbens

Guido Imbens, Professor of Economics and Applied Econometrics at Stanford University, EUR alumnus and winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics (2021) for his groundbreaking work in causal inference, will receive an honorary doctorate from honorary supervisor Professor Dinand Webbink (ESE).

Eveline Crone, professor at ESSB and Erasmusprofessor.

Matter – Care like a citizen: Erasmus Professor Eveline Crone

Erasmus Professor Eveline Crone will engage in conversation with us about creating societal impact. In addition, the new Erasmus Professor will be announced.

Annelien Bredenoord

Annelien Bredenoord – Rector Magnificus Erasmus University Rotterdam

Annelien Bredenoord is a professor, supervisory authority and director and works at the interface of healthcare, technology and innovation, ethics and politics. As Rector Magnificus of Erasmus University Rotterdam she will provide perspective on the theme ‘Making Minds Matter: New Horizons’ in the Dies speech.

Lexter Woodley, presentor and journalist.
Michael Anhalt

Lexter Woodley

Lexter Woodley, Erasmus University Rotterdam alumna and distinguished host known for her captivating on-screen presence.

The Transformers.

The Transformers

The Transformers, a Rotterdam-based band, consisting of both professional musicians and individuals who have faced homelessness or challenging circumstances. Their mission is to unveil the hidden talents of Rotterdam by crafting vibrant music that narrates the city's untold stories, echoing the resilience and creativity found within its streets.

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