Research and Teaching Blog
2 Posts in July Archive
Particle aggregation is a fascinating area, important for all kinds of applications, from computer graphics to biotechnology and bioprocessing. Here's a particle aggregation simulation app I wrote a while back to study the emergence of particle size distributions as a result of entropic considerations in the aggregation process. Here's a link to the application. Watch how the particles dissociate / aggregate when you toggle the surfactant.
Bill Gates decided to buy the rights to archival Feynman lectures in Physics from the BBC, in order to release them to the public. This is really good stuff. Unfortunately the lectures have to be divided into 8 minute segments to conform to YouTube's standards. Here they are though: br> Direct Link to the YouTube Channel