Tag Archives: Presentation
A day later than planned, but here’s another post. I am planning to speak at the TMS Magnesium Workshop Madrid 2013, some time during the conference lasting from May 21 to May 25. During this conference I will be focusing on the results we obtained for ex-situ and the preliminary in-situ results studying the growth […]
I heard not too long ago that my talk has been accepted, so I will be speaking at the November SAS2012 conference in Sydney! Please come and take a look, I will be talking about the analysis of anisotropic (2D) scattering patterns, the teaser video of which is here. See you all in November!
Just a quick post with just a question (I have another video planned on the status of the Bonse-Hart instrument, but have not had the chance to record it yet) I will be in Barcelona in the beginning of September. Would anyone be interested in meeting me or hearing me speak on small-angle scattering? If […]
It has been a while since posting about presentation techniques. This time the post remains short. If you are preparing for your SAS2012 or IUMRS-ICEM presentation, and you are looking for that little bit of additional zest to keep your audience awake… Talk with your hands! Italians are well-known for their gesturing during their presentations and […]
If you give bad presentations, you can kill people. If you want to find out why, and get some tips on presentation techniques (the ones I use, anyway), you can watch this video I recorded recently. ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVtL9NCXyEs ) Comments are always welcome!
Since entering paternity leave, I have had little time to come up with something new to post here. However, one colleague was so kind as to send me his Windows version of the live fourier transform program discussed before. His runs on his Lenovo laptop (but may be more widely applicable) and uses the Windows […]
Hi all, Just a quick heads-up, there are some minor errors in the perfectpattern code with respect to the convergence criteria. Also I have made some improvements and added a “counting statistics”-like Poisson error to more closely approach real data. These updates have now been posted on the software page.