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Juan Pablo Carbajal
Worked at Ghent University
Attended University of Zurich
Lives in Zürich
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Hola J P sabes que estaba preparando un final y estaba nesecitando los videos del Prof Cesar Izquierdo Melo, los puedo ver, pero el problema es que no los puedo oir. OTROS VIDEOS QUE VEO EN YOUTUBE NO HAY PROBLEM, PERO ESOS VIDEOS SIIII Y LOS NESECITO.. pORQUE SERA? SABES SI PUEDO HACER ALGO? SALUDOS. LUISA
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Education
  • University of Zurich
    University, 2007 - 2012
    Dr. sc. nat. "Harnessing Nonlinearities: Behavior Generation from Natural Dynamics" http://dx.doi.org/10.5167/uzh-66463
  • IEM
    High-school, 1993 - 1998
  • UNLP
    University, 1999 - 2001
  • Instituto Balseiro
    University, 2001 - 2004
  • UNC
    University, 2006 - 2007
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JuanPi, KaKiLa, jpi80
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Physicist, Open scientist, Human
Work
Occupation
Independent researcher
Skills
physics, computer simulations, scientific programming, networking, teaching
Employment
  • Ghent University
    Postdoc, 2013 - 2015
  • UZH
    Researcher, 2007 - 2012
  • Tutor.com
    Tutor, 2006 - 2007
  • ZHAW
    Researcher, 2012 - 2012
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Zürich
Previously
Ghent - Salta - Bariloche - Córdoba, Argentina - Buenos Aires - La Plata - Fribourg - Zürich - Campana - Lomas de Zamora
* Worst service for your money * Proud & expensive. They wont listen to you, just go blindly ahead with their own ideas, at your expenses, of course. We went to this shop every year for maintenance. We always found it a little bit too expensive (around 100-150 CHF for regular maintenance). Everything was ok for about 3 years, we never had a problem, but last summer I had to change the chain of my bike and consequently the cassette. It cost me 350 CHF. After a few uses the back wheel stop working, it was rotating freely. there was some causal relation with the change of the cassette. i took my back back to the shop and what I got is another suggestion to fix something else, again not very cheap. To provide this suggestion the person in the shop did not even look at the cassette! They also denied any potential connection with the recent cassette change. I asked: Could it be that something broke when he cassette was changed? No - They said. How can you be so sure? - I tried again, to get a "Because" as an answer. I kept asking for corroboration before having to pay even more: Can you please open the cassette and check before changing yet another part? - and the answer was a plain - It will cost you... As I see it, I went there to fix the bike, it cost me 350 CHF and I got a broken bike. Even if it was chance that the other part broke, why wouldn't you check? Why would you be so assertive? I call it pride, and that is never good. nmot to mention that when I was pushing for a double check, they started criticising the quality of the bike...if it was so crappy, why you did not tell it before? It seems that costumers are not very valuable to these people.
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