Tag Archives: Announcements
Hi all, Sorry for the big wait. It is not over yet, but I am working on it. More posts hopefully soon although I cannot promise a topic. Might be videos, but maybe also the monte-carlo code. The Monte-Carlo thing is almost ready to go, just some documentation left to write. It has become a [...]
Hi all, I am not abandoning you, I am merely in the middle of a string of four experiments divided over three beamtimes in an almost consecutive span of 10 days, which required preparation and lots of catch-up sleep in between. I have something useful coming up soon, and a publication in print as well, [...]
Good news for all of you keeping up with current affairs in the worlds of Technology, Entertainment and Design: There is a TED conference coming to Europe this summer! So if you are unwilling to travel to the US, you can now travel to the UK instead, and join the conference from 12-16th of July [...]
During the past few months I have defended my thesis successfully and I have started work as a post-doc at Aarhus University working on SAXS studies of reactions under supercritical conditions. I will update this website in 2010 as well, so keep tuning in! I wish everyone a very successful (and fun) 2010!
Hello everyone, I’d like to draw your attention to a course I would recommend to any ph.d. student using neutrons or X-rays. I’ve had good fun during this course, and learned a lot, so I’d recommend anyone to apply for this:
After too much time, I have finally upgraded to a newer version of wordpress. Previously I had some issues during writing, so that it did not easily understand paragraph breaks, I hope that’s finished now. In other news, I am only 9 days away from handing in my thesis. The name of the website may [...]
Hi, I’m starting the “Clear Presentation Initiative”, as a movement to improve presentation skills in science. I will be posting more here about this soon. Cheers!
Hi all. I needed some time to get back on my feet after the HERCULES course. I’ll be posting updates soon!
I’m at the HERCULES course at the moment, which is a five-week course at the ESRF (one week is spent at the Soleil synchrotron) on X-Ray and Neutron techniques. So far, my impressions are very positive. The lectures are excellent, the topics interesting, and there’s certainly a high information density there, with about 6 hours of lectures per [...]