Khedira, 32, points to Sarri’s call for next Saturday’s Serie A match against Spal de Ferrara, the last of the Juventus leader before visiting Lyon in the first leg of the round of 16 of the Champions League. Before his injury, the German was an element of great importance in the balance of the eleven of Sarri and had played 12 league games and five of the Champions League. The Bosnian Miralem Pjanic was not in the session on Wednesday, who underwent physiotherapy to recover from the muscular discomfort he has suffered since last Sunday’s game against Brescia that Juventus won 2-0. It was on December 4, when Khedira, European champion midfielder in his stage at Real Madrid and world champion with Germany in 2014, decided to go through the operating room in Augsburg to arthroscopically clean his left knee. Two and a half months later, about two weeks in advance regarding your first recovery plan, The German completed a training session with the rest of his teammates at the Continassa sports center (Turin).
A Co Donegal woman has been nominated to one of the world’s most famous engineering halls of fame.Professor Maire O’Neill from Glenties, has enjoyed a trailblazing career in the world of digital security.Now she has beEn nominated to enter the Semta Engineering Hall of Fame. She is the youngest ever engineering professor at Queen’s University Belfast and also the youngest to be elected a fellow of the Irish Academy of Engineering.The 36-year-old, who juggles a busy career with caring for her two children, works at the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) at Queen’s.Maire is one of five people shortlisted for the Semta Hall of Fame award which celebrates the most inspiring and innovative UK engineers.Respected as one of Europe’s leading digital security experts, she previously won British Female Inventor of the Year for work on high speed data security. Her research involves designing novel security solutions for communications applications such as email, cloud, set-top boxes and mobile technologies.As Maire explained, there is a long tradition of women in engineering but they are still very much under-represented in the profession.“I try to get involved in events to promote engineering at secondary school level.” she said.“I was part of an initiative called Scientific Women Academic Network. Queen’s has been awarded a silver medal in the Swan charter about how we go about promoting women in research and academia. I led the team that won that award for our engineering department in Queen’s.“We are proud of that and are trying to address the lack of women in our discipline and how we can go about increasing representation.” On her Semta Hall of Fame nomination, Maire added: “I am pretty proud I am alongside the shortlistees. I noticed James Dyson was previously shortlisted. I am in good company – I feel it is quite an honour.”DONEGAL WOMAN RECEIVES NOMINATION FOR ONE OF WORLD’S TOP ENGINEERING HONOURS was last modified: January 29th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalGlentiesHall of FameMarie O’Neillsemta Engineering