PhysicsI've trained and worked as a physicist in experiments of elementary particles. Lately it so happens that I work mostly on astrophysics.
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DataData analysis, big data, machine learning... they form a large part of a particle physicist's life.
Do you have any open problem? (Pattern recognition may well be the answer.)
TravelsClick to my photoblog:
× Blossom City Hotel ×

¯ April: My astrophysics article is accepted; also, I begin a pop-physics newsletter, "The Ph-Word".

¯ After three months in southern London suburbs, now the "household" is in Athens, the fifth move in 2017.

¯ July was (publicly) eventful: a talk in APRIM'17, the regional meeting of the International Astronomical Union in Taipei; a seminar at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan; a presentation at the exciting pop science "Nerd Nite" in Tokyo. That speakers' free drink was my first earning while freelance ~