WOOD4ALL - #DiversityInScience - Part 5

"Women in research"

We present some of our female employees who talk about their careers, their experiences and challenges, and what they do at Wood K plus. These videos are not only intended to help make women in research more visible, but also to encourage other girls and women to pursue careers in research. We hope that these videos will also help to promote the importance of equal opportunities and diversity in the research community.


Introducing Elisabeth Billich: The next member of our WOOD4ALL video series "Women in research" she is a junior researcher at Wood K plus. She is also a PhD student of the Doctorate School Advanced Biorefineries: Chemistry & Materials at BOKU. She was already familiar with Wood K plus from several courses that she took during her masters studies at BOKU. She joined the team through an open job position, for which she was recommended by the supervisor of her master's thesis and now PhD thesis. She is working on the development of bio-based impregnation resins for the production of high-pressure laminates.