Leen De Marez


About Leen De Marez

Leen is a master's student of English Language and Linguistics in Vienna with a passion for all things phonetics. She firmly believes in social change, extraterrestrials, and the use of the Oxford comma.


Hedy-Lamarr-Prize Laureate Laura Nenzi on the Human Side of Technology

  Laura Nenzi, PhD, is a project assistant and Postdoc researcher at the institute for computer engineering of the Technical University of Vienna. In late October this year, she earned the Hedy Lamarr Prize for her research project in the field of formal methods. I had the chance to dig […]


Visualize, feel, act – Interview with Annemarie Lombard-Puntschart at TEDXVienna 2020

Annemarie Lombard-Puntschart is an Austro-American global citizen, a fast paced 6-figure income, New York City corporate career girl turned Yogi, human energy-body worker, photographic storyteller and host & producer of VENUSfrequency, a yogic radio show, currently living in Vienna, Austria. Following the impact of a skydiving accident in 2003, she promised the […]


Sarah E. Hill on Women’s Brains and the Birth Control Pill

Sarah E. Hill is a research psychologist who uses theoretical tools taken from evolutionary sciences to study psychology and health. Recently, she has turned her expertise to uncovering what we know and don’t know about the impact of the birth control pill on the brain. In her TEDxVienna talk, she […]