|simudo||Simudo is a drift-diffusion semiconductor device simulator with optics (github). I wrote most of it. Here's the paper introducing it. Here's my MSc thesis which also contains a detailed and gentle introduction to semiconductor device modeling and to the finite element method (Chapters 2—4), as well as a description of the failed attempts before arriving at the working drift-diffusion formulation used in Simudo (Chapter 6).|
|vc-workshop||UNIX shell and version control workshop docs (appropriate for self-study as well).|
|academics||Class notes and related work.|
|hydra||Fossil multi-user multi-project multiplexer. It's like github but for fossil.|
|usbsos||Debian GNU+Linux live image for remote administration for helping out non-technical users.|
|for-your-eyes-only||A (hopefully) Van Eck phreaking resistant text and image viewer.|
More projects on my hydra instance.
My public key is
677372A768A1A63E if you're into PGP. In fact, this whole page is PGP-signed here. If you got here by scanning the QR code on my business card, you'll notice that my key fingerprint is actually embedded in the URL.
My Matrix keys and accounts are as follows (as of 2019-09-07):
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