Today, I moved offices again to what will (hopefully) be my permanent one. I am sharing it with Gunnar who is a well-travelled bloke originally from Iceland.
|Started my job unexpectedly early (Tuesday) and I only got a web- (and all other sorts of) account(s) today. Seems interesting so far, actually went to Goettingen by train today to hear a talk, so it was quite an adventure.
This is my temporary office; to the left is a Linux-PC (or to make Mr. Stallmann happy, a GNU/Linux PC), and to the right a Unix-terminal. As it’s an office for two people, there’s an equivalent set-up on the other side of the room.
|[time-travelled post] This is the view from the DLR parking space near the building where I work onto the Braunschweig airport’s runways. The weather on the drive there from Hannover was abysmal (icy rain which froze up my wind-shield while driving), but I got here safely to start my first day of work – doing a PhD.|
Yeah, no pictures, I know. But it looks like I’ve got a job, which consists of doing a PhD at the DLR in Braunschweig.
Anyone want to give me a job?
Oral exam went well, got my MSc with distinction… They seemed to like my dissertation. ^_^
Actually, I finished only 12h early due to me forgetting to include the standard-disclaimer… Phew!
Dissertation done and bound (36h early!). YES!
Found the mistake in the Finite Volume code. *phew*
Beyond3D‘s Shader Competetion deadline is August 30th. But my entry is already “presentable”, so I’ll have to concentrate on the dissertation…
My Finite Volume code transforms nice rotating cylinders into circular saw-blades. Not good! Dissertation is due September 1st…
Finally got some of the code for my diploma / dissertation working…