The book that will improve your presentations

How many times have you been sitting among the audience of some conference, regretting you did not take anything to read? Or blaming yourself for not having charged your laptop the night before? Surely, one too many. Unfortunately good presenting skills do not belong to the standard professional package of a scientist. Many thinks it is not so […]

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5 upcoming events for Inverse Problems you cannot miss

The following months will be really rich in events regarding Inverse Problems, either if you want to get acquainted with such field or if you are looking for new stimulating collaborations. Here is a small collection of some of the upcoming happenings. Inverse Days 2014 - 20th anniversary Tampere University of Technology is organising this year Inverse […]

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Getting paid to play with LEGO blocks

You know you are working in the right place when you find yourself proudly wandering around your workplace with a full bag of original 80s LEGO blocks. People cannot help but throwing inquisitive looks and you go like "It's SCIENCE.". Today I had to take some measurements with my colleagues Aki and Alexander in the Physics Department X-ray tomography […]

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