A number of articles caught my attention this past month (a mixture of articles from physics fundamentals to quantum computing to more applied concerns):
And some articles in professional magazines:
A layman’s guide to Quantum Mechanics:
A good interview:
Materials work on the interface of biology and physics: https://physicsworld.com/a/perovskite-sensor-sees-more-like-the-human-eye/
It’d be good to add a little bit about the math of the pandemic, but I’ll leave that out for now.
I think I lost my November post (possibly didn’t save and keep many browser windows open, so finding it’s tough), so here’s a little change of pace:
Also to a good 2021 ahead!
Cool things I found relating to condensed matter physics (one focus topic of my PhD — though none of these links relate that closely except for the transition temperature one) recently:
https://phys.org/news/2019-11-critical-transition-liquid.html (related article)
Other material strangeness
Unfortunately, I’ve just got a few articles to share that I’ve seen relatively recently:
I saw this a couple days ago and thought it was good to share:
Someone close to me finished their thesis in a separate discipline in the last 1.5 years. It’s well-lauded (news came out recently about it), so I thought I would share. It is in a discipline, with which I am not that familiar, so I cannot comment that much on the content, though I had some exposure to related fields nearly 15 years ago, so it is not totally unrelated either, so it is interesting. I have not finished reading through, but I am interesting in the stochastic approach portrayed for debris transport.
Here is a Google link containing links to the thesis and related papers:
Work is still busy, but I still come across a number of articles, which could be of interest to the audience of this blog:
And for those interested in studying datascience, you could have a day and a half free access to datacamp: