I recently discovered the photo editing program Gimp and the youtube channel Davies Media Design. Watching Davies videos, I have learned how to use the curve tool properly, how to change colors of an image, and that as small a detail as adding a vignette can make a huge difference! Thank you, Michael Davies! I have mainly usedContinue reading “Learning new Photography skills”
The title says it all: My husband is the COOLEST!!! He has colored his hair blue, and he is so beautiful! It was not cheap, so a friend of ours taught me how to do it so I can do it from now on.
I blogged earlier about starting to write my Licentiate thesis. Well, time has passed, and I’m still writing. The plan is to split it into one part with an in-depth introduction to BCI systems and one part about my research. I aim to have a draft of the first part until summer. It is occasionally hard toContinue reading “Writing Licentiate thesis”
I have mostly taken courses and done teaching during my Ph.D. so far. But this semester, I have focused on research. The idea is to use so-called multi-armed bandits to improve Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI). Multi-armed bandits The challenge in a multi-armed bandit problem is to choose an action that gives you the highest reward. ForContinue reading “Writing a paper”
My friend Daniel is also doing a Ph.D. We have started a project together where we look at the control of chromatography systems. It’s great to work together with someone on something once in a while; Ph.D. studies tend to focus only on yourself and your research otherwise. My current aim in the project is to compare two chromatogramsContinue reading “Project with Daniel”
Spring is here!
In September, the corona restrictions were slightly lifted, and we decided to go for a spontaneous house viewing. The house was nice, more or less what we were looking for, but it needed some love in the form of renovations. Despite the need for renovation, we decided to place a bid, and to our bigContinue reading “We bought a house!”
Today I had the honor of receiving the prize for best teaching assistant of the year from the M-guild at LTH. I’m so proud and delighted about this prize. This semester, we taught in the classroom (instead of online as during Covid). I had seminars that were similar to webinars, as I have written about before.Continue reading “Teacher of the year – again!”
It is a special feeling to be so close to something that was created such a long time ago. If you ever get the chance to visit some rock carvings, I recommend you do it. If you are in Sweden here is a map of all antiquities.
I like flowers. I have too many flowers. I want more flowers. The best way to get more flowers is to take cuttings (swe: stickling) from a plant. Here is how to do it: Cut a plastic bottle in half to use as a pot. Fill the pot with soil (if you have “lacakulor,” putContinue reading “Flower Power”