Probably one of the most interesting careers I have had so far was working as a manufacturing engineer. I have done this for a total of 6 years, and this experience was so positive that it changed my career ambitions … Continue reading Manufacturing Engineer
I have always thought that physicists, and scientists in general, should make a stronger effort to make evident their importance in economic terms. Even if we are talking about basic science, there is always a long-term benefit that can be estimated in numbers. It’s very useful to show such unambiguous numbers to the rest of society, to remember them once again the importance of science. Continue reading The Importance of Physics to the Irish Economy
One of our readers sent us the link of Manoj Thulasidas’ “Unreal blog“, where he talks about “Life and work; Perception and physics; Science and Spiritualism; and Money and quantitative finance”. Wow, lot of stuff there.
In particular, I think that for our readers it can be interesting to take a look at his post “The story so far“, where he summarizes the main Continue reading From Particle Physics at the US to Quantitative Finance in Singapore
Since I was 20 years old, I had been curious to what it would be like to work in the environmental industry. Sixteen years after that I worked for several years as an air-quality consultant, and I will share this experience with you. Continue reading Environmental Industry