Master's Thesis (in Off-topic)
May 28 2012 6:55 PM EDT
So for anyone who is interested, this is what has been occupying my time for the past several months: https://www.dropbox.com/s/yydi3el3frnsquo/ThesisFinalVersion.pdf
It has kept my BA burning schedule very systematic, and I do attribute the success of my NUB to it ;)
And so another chapter of my life has been written, literally. I defend the thesis in 2 days and then it's off to work.
May 28 2012 8:44 PM EDT
Great job and congrats on finishing it Zhegao! If I had any idea what some of those words mean, I might be able to tell you it sounds good... LOL. Anyways, best of luck to you now that school is behind you!
That is an awesome thesis lil z! I cannot wait to see more of a project model built off of this premise!
May 29 2012 3:59 AM EDT
I read the title and realized that this just wasn't for me.
I'm sure it's awesome though.
Wait a minute, does this mean you were working on quantum teleportation on a chip?
May 29 2012 3:58 PM EDT
can someone explain me whats in the thesis? :3
May 29 2012 6:22 PM EDT
lol, verifex, nope. It's just a more efficient numeric modeling of the behavior of electrons inside semiconductor materials.
Aww, here I thought I was being smart. Really cool stuff though, I'm glad people like you are in the world making sure that we can build better devices and hopefully one day we can live on another planet.
Don't sell that thesis so short lil z. With this brought onto the quantum level it can help lengthen the life of nanotechnology. At present the electronics applications are staggering.
The faster and more efficiently you can assess degradation or the hyper acceleration of the conducted electron flow problems can be fixed more quickly. Imagine the possibilities.....this in short is genius material.
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