I’ve been trying out a few new tools recently. Rocketbook is an erasable notebook you can scan with your phone, and Notion is, well, I’m not sure. It might be lots of things. I use it as a task manager, and I’ve started using it as a spreadsheet/database for grant proposals.
Here’s a video of the talk I gave for the PPPL Heliophysics seminar last week. It covers research on pulsed-power driven experiments on magnetic reconnection and magnetohydrodynamic turbulence, as well as new diagnostics for plasma turbulence and the new PUFFIN pulsed-power facility to be built at MIT.
We camped for two nights in the caldera of a mega volcano, which gouged out this fantastic 15 km wide bowl in “the most violent episode in British History” [The BMC, clearly unaware of the scenes outside the Fulham Spoons on a Saturday night].
After a wonderful year of living in Munich and working at the Institute for Plasma Physics there, I decided to return to my first love: dense, magnetised plasmas. Since April 1st I’ve been working again as a post doc at Imperial College London, in the MAGPIE Group.
An incredible four days skiing up to Kürsinger Hütte in Austria, summitting a few peaks, crossing glaciers, and returning to a pandemic.
All Photos On Friday evening I headed down to Innsbruck, with a compact but extremely heavy bag, with boots lashed…
All Photos We had originally planned across country skiing (XC) holiday to Czechia, but there was a distinct lack of…
All Photos A week of mountaineering in the High Tatras of Poland with Andy and Rhys. Back in July, Rhys…
“I can’t wait to be in one of your long facebook posts! exclaimed Katie as we drove south to Hochfügen, anxiously scanning the peaks around for any signs of snow. Well, tighten your boot buckles and put your skis into downhill mode, here we go!
A windy, wintry, snowy hike to Notkarspitze. Originally planned for five people, two buddies dropped out before the hike, leaving us as myself, Alex and Johanna.