What initially got me started was my interest in technology, and my passion for knowing how things work. After finishing high school in Athens, Greece, I attended Cardiff University where I obtained a BEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Towards the end of my Bachelor’s degree, I realised I wanted to delve deeper into electromagnetism and magnetic devices, which were my favourite subjects of study. I went on to obtain an MSc in Magnetics at Cardiff University, after which I crossed the Atlantic to pursue a Ph.D.
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From fire-belching mountains to blood-red waves of lava, volcanoes have captured the attention of scientists, artists and members of the public for centuries. In this exhibition, discover a spectacular selection of eye witness accounts, scientific observations and artwork charting how our understanding of volcanoes has evolved over the past two...
Magical Movies - family friendly event
What did the Victorians know about the moving image? Find out and make your own magical movie toy.
What Happens in Wroclaw Stays in Wroclaw (2016 Edition)
Tomorrow, I'll be flying to Network Science X 2016. I'll be giving one of the invited talks.
Apparently, there is going to be some free ice skating at the conference venue. This deserves a Mel-Brooksian "SEE NetSci on Ice!"
Also, this leads to...
MicrosculptureBoard Games and Medieval Medicine
The Museum is helping to develop new board games about medieval Islamic Medicine. Once a month we will be road-testing our games! Come along to give your feedback.
Drop-in. Ages 7+.
This event is running regularly on the last open Sunday of every month
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