@jahnke No research, but I do use complexAnalasis quite often. I wrote a book on using complex numbers for electrical circuits in the frequency domain (unfinished).
@jahnke I always go to work by bike (last winter I had to take the bus on some occasions because of enormous amounts of snow).
@jahnke LOL, long enough. Born and raised, left when I couldn't take it anymore, was there until my early 30s.
@jahnke Architecture and Urban Planning, with a nice shake of Industrial Design from my own enjoyment of building things, furniture, bicycles and such.
USP was wonderful. I have also attended another Uni here in Canada, for Technological Education certification.
Depressing how little response I get to posts at birdsite. No wonder I never enjoyed it much there.
Here [mastodon home instance] in an hour I have more interaction than there in a day, at least. And the quality, no comparison.
Keep cool, #fediverse 💓
@jahnke Yours seems really nice also! Though I must admit I am not really a partial differential equation guy...
I am a French PhD student located in the Paris area. That's my third year! (PhDs are shorter here than in some other places, so it might also be my last year...)
The institute where I am doing my postdoctoral research received maximum rank in the index of quality from the Ministry of Education. This is the only good thing related to the ministry that I heard this year.
OMG, those little wheels will be deadly in any cracks in the pavement. Saw a lot of tourists renting them in Lisbon, and we had to keep an eye up and stay off their way on the sidewalks sometimes.
I almost wiped out on my fully loaded touring bike there, on a slick marble curb - right in front of the beautiful river Tejo.
Glad I didn't fall, it was heavy and the pavement was all granite.