Name Email Program Id Title FeedBack Created Date Status
Mario Rigo [email protected] 152 Cancer Drug Discovery: Creating Cancer Therapies

Undoubtedly, the professor’s expertise was evident, and their ability to cover a vast amount of material within the given timeframe was impressive. However, the pace at which the content was presented made it challenging for some attendees, including myself, to fully grasp and absorb the information.

2023-11-30 at 5:18 pm
Yes
Silvia Santopolo [email protected] 151 Power BI and Advanced SQL Mastery Integration Workshop, CRISPR-Cas Genome Editing: Workflow, Tools and Techniques

Good! Thank you

2023-12-05 at 4:01 pm
Yes
Michaela Jungová [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

I made a mistake on the very first day, but I did not decipher the originally written IST 3PM correctly. The abbreviation was not explained anywhere and hence I ignored it and waited at 15h European time to connect, while I was in the lab in the morning and did not see the email. Anyway, I take this as my mistake and just point out to you that ist can also be interpreted as international standard time and a European would not think of India until it was mentioned in the email on the day of the workshop, we figured it out! So I missed day 1 of the course, can you send me the materials to finish? Thank you and best regards Michaela Jungová

2023-12-07 at 6:06 pm
Annette Zimpfer [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

No statement possible

2023-12-07 at 8:15 pm
Khushboo Upadhyay [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

It would have been helpful if you could have shared the data files with us in advance as that would be easy for us to understand the commands.

2023-12-09 at 5:54 pm
Jeevitha S [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

Mentor explained the Basics in a understanding way. Mam delivered the lectures in a convenient manner. I was totally satisfied and the mentor clarified the doubt clearly.

2023-12-09 at 7:24 pm
praveen john g [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

She handles really good

2023-12-09 at 10:40 pm
Daniela Kolarczyková [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

Next time, please be sure to share the materials in advance of the lesson so that we can practice the features with you, and also consider extending the course at least an hour longer so that we can discuss our problems and questions

2023-12-11 at 10:22 pm
Sylvie Dussault [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

Thanks for the workshop, it will definitively help me navigate through R and learn much much more! It would be appreciated to have all documents used for the workshop ahead of time so it is easier to follow during the workshop.

2023-12-13 at 2:14 am
Meeta Saxena [email protected] 153 Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications Workshop, Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications

It’s really informative

2023-12-25 at 9:33 pm
Eltahir Ali [email protected] 151 Power BI and Advanced SQL Mastery Integration Workshop, CRISPR-Cas Genome Editing: Workflow, Tools and Techniques

I liked the way he delivered the information, it sessions were simple, well-informative, and easy to understand. Also, I must appreciate his willingness to answer all the questions and clarify all the doubts the trainees have during and after the sessions.

2023-12-31 at 5:56 pm
ADHIKESAVAN MOOKKAN [email protected] 156 Protein Structure Prediction and Validation in Structural Biology

Please send ppt

2024-01-08 at 10:16 am
SOUHAILA EL MOUKHTARI [email protected] 162 Artificial Intelligence for Cancer Drug Delivery

He was motivated and seemed nice but the topic was really insufficient and not accurate for the audiance and there were many sound problems. Also during the practical exercise it could have been intersting to have screenshots of what he was explaining instead of the oral explanation which was very chaotic.

2024-01-18 at 6:27 pm
G Jyothi [email protected] 162 Artificial Intelligence for Cancer Drug Delivery

Informative lectures

2024-01-18 at 11:44 pm
Yes
Catarina Ganilho [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

Very satisfied

2024-01-22 at 5:17 pm
Maria Zelinda Romano [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

Clear and kind

2024-01-22 at 5:19 pm
Kiranmayi Govula [email protected] 166 Carbon Nanotubes and Micro Needles : Novel Approach for Drug Delivery Systems

Good

2024-01-23 at 6:07 pm
Hemalata Wadkar [email protected] 166 Carbon Nanotubes and Micro Needles : Novel Approach for Drug Delivery Systems

Sir is really scholar and what they are delivering it is really helpful for us

2024-01-24 at 5:07 pm
Gregorio Marchiori [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

To show the scientific papers at support could be useful

2024-01-31 at 4:43 pm
Dinesh Kumar [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Needs to include in more details the various types of the nanomaterials and composites used for the biosensor fabrication and their impact on the sensitivity and specificity. Also there should be more details on the types of platforms used for the biosensor fabrication like screen printed electrodes and lateral flow paper electrodes etc.

2024-02-01 at 9:37 am
vathsala MN [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

very informative sessions

2024-02-01 at 12:25 pm
Sridevi Mardham [email protected]

Excellent explanation

2024-02-01 at 6:33 pm
Fatima Damji [email protected]

Engaging

2024-02-01 at 9:41 pm
Fatima Damji [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

Informative

2024-02-01 at 9:53 pm
Anirudh Gupta [email protected]

The understanding of the basics was possible through the extensive explanation of the mentor.

2024-02-01 at 11:50 pm
Anirudh Gupta [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

The Mentor provided a basic understanding of the ideas required for biosensor development through his extensive teaching.

2024-02-01 at 11:59 pm
Mehdi Meran [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

It is suitable for undergraduate students.

2024-02-02 at 3:08 am
Modi Alboqami [email protected] 166 Carbon Nanotubes and Micro Needles : Novel Approach for Drug Delivery Systems

It was very boring and alot of reading not really presenting

2024-02-02 at 5:33 am
Srishti Singh [email protected] 172 CRISPR based Gene Therapy Workshop

He taught in a very simple way.

2024-02-02 at 10:07 am
Natalia Andrea Arango Devia [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Thanks a lot for your knowledge

2024-02-02 at 11:27 am
Anirudh Gupta [email protected] 153 Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications Workshop, Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications

A basic understanding of the biomedical applications of nanoparticles synthesized in an ecofriendly manner was achieved through extensive teaching.

2024-02-02 at 12:02 pm
Ahlam Saleh H Alamri [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

I hope he presents more workshops about Biosensing and Bioconjugation. He is a good professor.

2024-02-02 at 12:23 pm
Sridevi Mardham [email protected] 161 Scientific Paper Writing: Tools and AI for Efficient and Effective Research Communication

excellent

2024-02-02 at 12:29 pm
Sridevi Mardham [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

excellent

2024-02-02 at 12:31 pm
Weronika Brzozowska [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

2024-02-02 at 1:54 pm
Janardhan talari [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

thanks for explaining about integration for sensors

2024-02-03 at 1:42 pm
Kangkana Barman [email protected]

He explained everything in details.

2024-02-03 at 2:58 pm
Hritushree Mog [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Could have included some demo or videos how nanotech works

2024-02-03 at 3:35 pm
Hritushree Mog [email protected]

Na

2024-02-03 at 3:39 pm
Alexander Petrov [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

The first day of the workshop was unacceptable. The posturing done by the presenter was incredibly unprofessional, and due to stubbornness of how “we should already know how to do this” we wasted a third of the day arguing. This all could have been avoided by spending two minutes showing where to find an example fasta file to use in the workshop.

2024-02-04 at 10:03 am
Filip Legein [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Sound quality was not very good.

2024-02-04 at 1:04 pm
MALAYA MILI [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

it was a very nice talk.

2024-02-05 at 12:21 pm
Kangkana Barman [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

He was very good

2024-02-05 at 12:25 pm
Mohammad Majd Hammour [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Thank you for your presentation

2024-02-05 at 2:07 pm
Parul Singh [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

I enjoyed the positive energy that seemed to permeate the room.”

2024-02-05 at 2:14 pm
Beatriz Sequeira-Antunes [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

The mentor sometimes did not hear himself properly, which made it difficult to understand some parts of the presentation. Furthermore, the mentor had some difficulties with the presentation display, and sometimes continued the presentation, without advancing the presentation through the slides. Apart from that, I would say that the mentor was up to the workshop. If I had to rate it, I would give it 3 out of 5.

2024-02-05 at 4:15 pm
JOÃO PACHECO [email protected]

Very interesting work

2024-02-05 at 5:38 pm
Preethi Chidambaram [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Good presentation but the voice was not very clear

2024-02-06 at 6:45 am
LUDMILLA DAVID DE MOURA [email protected] 162 Artificial Intelligence for Cancer Drug Delivery

The speaker had many miscommunications related to the network connection, which disrupted the flow of the presentation. However, he was receptive to trying to resolve the issues.

2024-02-06 at 5:38 pm
Saeed Ahmed [email protected]

He is good mentore

2024-02-07 at 2:02 pm
Roberta Prete [email protected]

Lectures were clear and full of information and tips

2024-02-07 at 7:55 pm
RAVIKANT SHEKHAR [email protected] 162 Artificial Intelligence for Cancer Drug Delivery

delt with all the topics associated with the subject matter

2024-02-07 at 11:01 pm
Yes
Kumari Priyanka [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

Very nice presentation and helping and cool personality with sound knowledge of the subject.
Thank you so much.

2024-02-08 at 12:58 am
Yes
Manisha Majumdar [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

The session was taking a long time… It should be energetic

2024-02-08 at 10:04 am
Arun S [email protected]

Very good way of teaching and representing facts and hands-on software of Insilco methods in the prespecified time frame. Very thanks Sir for this excellent initiation.

2024-02-08 at 10:18 am
Jakub Opelka [email protected]

Thank you sir for the workshop despite the extensive theoretical introductions. I would have appreciated a more practical perspective. Mention how to fix the model if the validation is not good. How to present the results in an article.

2024-02-08 at 11:52 am
Alessio Colleoni [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Very clear

2024-02-08 at 12:11 pm
Andleeb Altaf [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Excellent

2024-02-08 at 12:37 pm
JOÃO PACHECO [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

The mentor showed to have very good knowledge about the topics

2024-02-08 at 1:22 pm
Saeed Ahmed [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Mentor is good man and delivering lecture in a best way

2024-02-08 at 2:06 pm
Yes
Archana . [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

He is a good mentor.

2024-02-08 at 3:23 pm
Laís Salvador do Amaral [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

None

2024-02-08 at 7:42 pm
Maria Lázaro-Berenguer [email protected]

I’d have appreciated the use of other visualization tools and an overview of all available software for bigger molecules, such as protein-membrane interactions.

2024-02-08 at 8:28 pm
KOSTAS TRIANTAPHYLLOPOULOS [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Very good tutor, nice person and helpful in queries and open to questions in no time.

2024-02-08 at 11:22 pm
Yes
Jakub Opelka [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Thank you sir

2024-02-08 at 11:29 pm
Anastasia Giyoun Kim [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Despite the valuable content, echoing audio, the thick accent of the professor, and various technical issues made it challenging to fully engage. Participants, including myself, provided feedback during the session, but there was no visible effort to address concerns or improve the situation in real-time. It is crucial for future workshops to actively respond to participant feedback for a more effective and inclusive learning experience.

2024-02-09 at 12:44 am
Akshada Mevada [email protected]

Thanks a ton sir for a wonderful lectures of 5 days
thank you once again for your support and guidance

2024-02-09 at 10:09 am
Ciotei Cristian [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Good enough, could use a little more attention to the discourse to make sure it conveys the appropriate information in a manner as clear as possible.

2024-02-09 at 1:54 pm
Ciotei Cristian [email protected] 156 Protein Structure Prediction and Validation in Structural Biology

The mentor was good, I think a great improvement to the lectures could be gained by a better, non-ambiguous use of words and terminology.

2024-02-09 at 2:04 pm
Yes
Arun S [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Very good way of giving information and training softwares . Thank you sir

2024-02-09 at 5:11 pm
Yes
Kush Shrivastav [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

The workshop was very well designed and explained in easy language. Thanks for sharing your knowledge

2024-02-12 at 4:08 pm
Yes
Sara Alvarez Rodriguez [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Good

2024-02-12 at 4:16 pm
GAIRIK KARMAKAR [email protected]

Very good

2024-02-12 at 5:43 pm
Himadri Sharma [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Quite informative workshop.

2024-02-12 at 7:23 pm
Akshada Mevada [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

thanks a ton sir for a wonderful webinar with your great delivering speech and lectures.

2024-02-13 at 8:29 am
Yes
Nandana S [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

nil

2024-02-13 at 1:42 pm
Evdokiya Hikova [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

The reason for my disappointment was the bad connection and english – I could not understand the lectures at all. Also I was having questions about the event several weeks before it started and no one answered my email.

2024-02-13 at 2:56 pm
Bhawini Prasad [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Nice

2024-02-13 at 5:27 pm
Dafne Toledo [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

So clear

2024-02-13 at 7:46 pm
Maria Lázaro-Berenguer [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

.

2024-02-13 at 9:14 pm
Dileep Paladugu [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Better to reduce theories

2024-02-14 at 3:09 am
Immacolata Speciale [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Mentor is competent and clear in explanation

2024-02-14 at 2:29 pm
Kashung Shangamla [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

Very efficient

2024-02-14 at 3:57 pm
jamsheena V [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Our mentor is good, he explained everything , as I diont have any idea about the topic before, i struggled a little bit to follow his lessons

2024-02-14 at 4:08 pm
Rajkumar Rengaraj [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

He was kind and humble to answer all the questions.

2024-02-14 at 7:44 pm
Yes
Lucía Jiménez Montenegro [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

The first day we did not have the information and files to work during the class, and I think this was not comfortable at all,but this problem was solved and the other days all was great

2024-02-15 at 2:34 pm
Aleksandra Kuliga [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Thank you for good lecture

2024-02-15 at 2:35 pm
GAIRIK KARMAKAR [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

very good

2024-02-15 at 3:12 pm
Lukasz Skowronski [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Thank You for the preentation

2024-02-15 at 9:04 pm
Roberta Listro [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

very interesting.

2024-02-16 at 5:30 pm
Mathana Vetrivel P [email protected] 153 Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications

Precise delivery and had covered a range of topics.

2024-02-16 at 10:23 pm
Yes
BALTER TRUJILLO [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Excellent course, enjoyed the sections, thank you for sharing your experience and knowledge.

2024-02-17 at 12:23 pm
Yes
Anirudh Gupta [email protected] 167 Designing and Engineering of Artificial Microbial Consortia (AMC) for Bioprocess: Application Approaches

The mentor talked about the basics of microbial consortium and then explained their applications for bioprocess in detail. The Mentor explained the various topics with a clear and detailed approach.

2024-02-17 at 11:32 pm
Yes
Himadri Sharma [email protected] 156 Protein Structure Prediction and Validation in Structural Biology

quite informative lectures.

2024-02-19 at 7:53 am
Rahul LR [email protected] 161 Scientific Paper Writing: Tools and AI for Efficient and Effective Research Communication

Thank you.

2024-02-19 at 9:43 am
Shalni Satya [email protected] 167 Designing and Engineering of Artificial Microbial Consortia (AMC) for Bioprocess: Application Approaches

Thank you for the talk

2024-02-19 at 2:03 pm
Preksha Palsania [email protected] 167 Designing and Engineering of Artificial Microbial Consortia (AMC) for Bioprocess: Application Approaches

Need more in depth by the mentor

2024-02-20 at 11:57 am
MAMTA BAJIYA [email protected] 156 Protein Structure Prediction and Validation in Structural Biology

mentor was good

2024-02-21 at 4:31 pm
Iftikhar Zeb [email protected] 167 Designing and Engineering of Artificial Microbial Consortia (AMC) for Bioprocess: Application Approaches

It will be helpful to add some hands-on practice and video aid to clarify the idea better

2024-02-22 at 12:51 pm
Yes
Aditi Chakraborty [email protected] 153 Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications

Nice

2024-02-24 at 2:35 pm
Megha Firke [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

2024-02-27 at 2:01 pm
TITIKHYA BARUAH [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

The workshop was incredibly insightful, and I truly appreciate the effort you put into creating such a valuable learning experience.

2024-02-27 at 2:06 pm
Yes
José Manuel Jiménez-Barrera [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

He should do more exercises

2024-02-29 at 5:23 pm
Maialen Carballeda [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

The explanations were clear but it would be useful if the info for the lessons was given to us before

2024-03-01 at 2:30 pm
Angela Riveroll [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

I think the instructor did a good job of getting us going with R. Useful would be a link sent to advise us where to best download R in advance of the workshop, and also having any extra files necessary in advance.

2024-03-02 at 1:18 am
Yes
susana Hernandez [email protected] 161 Scientific Paper Writing: Tools and AI for Efficient and Effective Research Communication

Very clear with the lectures

2024-03-09 at 1:39 pm
Natalia Rosiak [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Great knowledge and commitment to the topic.

2024-03-09 at 7:40 pm
Yes
Janardhan talari [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

NA

2024-03-12 at 12:54 pm
Shabihul Sayed [email protected] 161 Scientific Paper Writing: Tools and AI for Efficient and Effective Research Communication

excellent

2024-03-13 at 12:19 am
Roberta Prete [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

Lectures were very interesting and full of information and tips

2024-03-13 at 7:28 pm
Mmamudi Anna Makhafola [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

The Mentor was too fast at first, however, the following days he was fine

2024-03-14 at 7:08 pm
Anna Cantarutti [email protected] 155 R Programming for Biologists: Beginners Level

Good lecture

2024-03-15 at 4:41 pm
Priya Singh Kushwaha [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

I have attended 2 workshop of the same mentor and I was satisfied with the teaching style.

2024-03-19 at 7:18 pm
Balazs Horvath [email protected] 151 CRISPR-Cas Genome Editing: Workflow, Tools and Techniques

N/A

2024-03-20 at 1:58 pm
Chiara Marcolungo [email protected] 153 Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications

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2024-03-20 at 7:59 pm
Helgeneusa Costa [email protected] 167 Designing and Engineering of Artificial Microbial Consortia (AMC) for Bioprocess: Application Approaches

The Mentor was good, sometimes i didn’t understand what he was saying, because i don’t speak or understand English very well.

2024-03-22 at 8:36 pm
Mohamadou Moustapha Fall [email protected] 166 Carbon Nanotubes and Micro Needles : Novel Approach for Drug Delivery Systems

Good

2024-03-23 at 1:20 pm
Lucia Lopez [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Very concise and helpful explanations about all the topics

2024-03-24 at 12:16 am
Nasser Ali [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

he was very good in explanation and to answer the questions

2024-03-25 at 12:57 am
Kusham Lata [email protected] 153 Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications

no

2024-03-26 at 7:24 am
SIMRAN KAKKAR [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Can explain more about sensors.

2024-03-28 at 11:42 am
Dasharath Shinde [email protected] 178 Bacterial Comparative Genomics

Excellent

2024-04-01 at 1:48 pm
Kheerthana R [email protected] 178 Bacterial Comparative Genomics

Program was good

2024-04-01 at 4:01 pm
Girika Soni [email protected] 178 Bacterial Comparative Genomics

very informative and helpful

2024-04-01 at 5:56 pm
Ekta Kamble [email protected] 178 Bacterial Comparative Genomics

It would be more helpful if the prerequisites for this workshop were made available to the participants atleast a day in advance so that all the installations are made by the participants and kept ready. That would allow the participants to work along side the instructions so that any issues can be resolved right away

2024-04-01 at 6:21 pm
Yes
Saravanan Navamani [email protected] 178 Bacterial Comparative Genomics

good lecuture

2024-04-02 at 9:32 am
Kevin Muwonge [email protected] 156 Protein Structure Prediction and Validation in Structural Biology

Rich content and good delivery, with limited time to deliver all the necessary material and information.

2024-04-02 at 9:57 pm
Kevin Muwonge [email protected] 161 Scientific Paper Writing: Tools and AI for Efficient and Effective Research Communication

Excellent delivery of course material. Although, we would have benefited from more time to practice with the plethora of presented resources.

2024-04-02 at 10:08 pm
Yes
Peter Kidibule [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

You have to remember that the participants are from different parts of the world and we paid for the course, be flexible especially with way how students are treated in India cant be the same for everywhere, We are old people not treated as kids!

2024-04-04 at 8:37 pm
Tatenda Justice Gunda [email protected] 178 Bacterial Comparative Genomics

thank you for the lecture and if l ever face any challenges will reach out

2024-04-05 at 12:38 pm
Yes
PremKumar D [email protected] 178 Bacterial Comparative Genomics

Was really excellent the way you teach so clearly.

2024-04-07 at 8:40 pm
Yes
Sheenam Sharma [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

informative lecture

2024-04-08 at 9:27 am
Yes
Mihaela Badea [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Thank you very much

2024-04-08 at 12:18 pm
Yes
Iva Valkova [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Very well structured and presented lectures.

2024-04-11 at 12:03 pm
IONELA AVRAM [email protected] 178 Bacterial Comparative Genomics

ALL THE INFORMATION WERE VERY USEFULL THANK YOU

2024-04-12 at 9:54 pm
Rachana Khati [email protected] 153 Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications

The workshop was valuable and content was informative

2024-04-16 at 3:03 pm
Yes
Prem Kumara S R S.R [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

All the topics are very well taught with laymen language

2024-04-18 at 12:49 pm
Anna Gościniak [email protected] 153 Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications

It was very interesting

2024-04-26 at 6:43 pm
Yes
JESUS DE LA FUENTE [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics, NanoBioTech Program: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

Nothing in particular

2024-04-28 at 4:55 pm
ZARIN TAJ [email protected] 178 Bacterial Comparative Genomics

Very interactive and friendly

2024-05-03 at 7:41 pm
Priyanka kaundal [email protected] 172 CRISPR based Gene Therapy Workshop

Mentor was good and explained each topic in a simple manner.

2024-05-03 at 9:20 pm
Yes
Carmen Longo [email protected] 172 CRISPR based Gene Therapy Workshop

Clear and thorough explanations

2024-05-06 at 10:06 pm
Yes
Mishaben Parmar [email protected] 162 Artificial Intelligence for Cancer Drug Delivery

Thank you for giving this kind and knowledgeable talk

2024-05-07 at 7:57 am
Yes
Shaneen Singh [email protected] 156 Protein Structure Prediction and Validation in Structural Biology

It can be better organized

2024-05-10 at 9:22 pm
Yes
Cristin Coman [email protected] 171 Improving Implants: The Nano Effect, Nanomaterials in Medicine: Shaping the Future of Implant Technology, Nano materials in Medicine: Shaping the Future of Implant Technology

Dear teacher, thank you for the excellent presentations.
Your presentations and optimism related to nanomedicine make me look optimistically at the future of medicine.

2024-05-18 at 3:10 pm
Yes
Veenu Choudhary [email protected] 161 Scientific Paper Writing: Tools and AI for Efficient and Effective Research Communication

All facilities have explained everything nicely.

2024-05-19 at 4:14 pm
Yes
Michela Montone [email protected] 151 CRISPR-Cas Genome Editing: Workflow, Tools and Techniques

no comments

2024-05-20 at 1:25 pm
Samriddhi Gautam [email protected] 172 CRISPR based Gene Therapy Workshop, CRISPR based Gene Therapy Program

very informative

2024-05-25 at 10:05 pm
María Martínez Ranz [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

All correct. Thank you very much for your suggestions and help during the course.

2024-06-05 at 2:05 am
Manjunatha T P [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

very nice

2024-06-05 at 9:46 am
Yes
YANALA AKHIL REDDY [email protected] 153 Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications

Good

2024-06-07 at 12:59 pm
Yes
Anna Ogrodowczyk [email protected] 160 In Silico Molecular Modeling and Docking in Drug Development

Some topics could be organized in different order. That occurred at the end of training in the last day when the mentor needed to remind one by one where is the ligand where is the target. It can be helpful to label components (files) like that and label days of training respectively.

2024-06-07 at 2:58 pm
Yes
DEEPIKA R [email protected] 161 Scientific Paper Writing: Tools and AI for Efficient and Effective Research Communication

Mam explained very well but since for me its the first time to know about these softwares and journal papers littile bit difficult I found at first. Then after familiarising with Journal papers and writing it .Mentors guidance found most useful.

2024-06-10 at 10:48 am
Yes
Małgorzata Sypniewska [email protected] 163 NanoBioTech Workshop: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics, NanoBioTech Program: Integrating Biosensors and Nanotechnology for Advanced Diagnostics

The deep knowledge and experience in the field of biosensors was extremely valuable. The explanations were clear and understandable, which made it very easy to understand complex topics.
The examples of practical applications of biosensors in various industries were especially valuable. It helped to see how theory is translated into practice.
I am very pleased to have participated in this training and I believe that the knowledge I have gained will have real application in my work.

2024-06-14 at 3:54 pm
Yes
SRI RAJARAVINDRA KONADAKA [email protected] 156 Protein Structure Prediction and Validation in Structural Biology

Very well organized. Should be for min 5 days to learn in detail

2024-06-27 at 5:08 pm
Priyanka Saha [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

Very helpful

2024-07-01 at 12:51 pm
Yes
Qingyin Pu [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

Thank you very much, but it would be better if you could show more examples.

2024-07-01 at 2:18 pm
Yes
Liam Cassidy [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

Nice clear presentation.

2024-07-01 at 2:47 pm
Yes
Yujia Wu [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

Thanks for the very attractive topics and excellent lectures. I think it would be better to include more application examples/software.

2024-07-01 at 8:31 pm
Yes
Fatima Almusleh [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

very good explanation, clear and precise

2024-07-03 at 12:25 am
Yes
Han Kurt [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

Teaching style and slides are very old technology, low resolution. There are many new, easy to use tools, why still use very old books to show protein structures and use the paint to draw neural networks etc.

2024-07-03 at 1:21 pm
No
Antonio Mauceri [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

is important improve the video quality and integrate with subtitles

2024-07-04 at 2:39 pm
Yes
Jessica Grube [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

Thank you

2024-07-04 at 7:34 pm
Yes
Florian Leinberger [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

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2024-07-04 at 8:11 pm
No
Liz Maria Luke [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

Good

2024-07-04 at 8:16 pm
Yes
VARDIREDDY JYOTSNA [email protected] 162 Artificial Intelligence for Cancer Drug Delivery

Very nice lectures

2024-07-08 at 4:32 pm
Yes
Alessandra Borghi [email protected] 164 Biological Sequence Analysis using R Programming

none

2024-07-09 at 2:37 pm
No
Purushotham R V [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

overall it was a good learning experience

2024-07-09 at 8:33 pm
No
Rabea Ghandour [email protected] 262 Prediction of Protein Structure Using AlphaFold: An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Program

Thank you

2024-07-11 at 1:36 pm
Yes