Two Late 2021 CGI Artworks

Reunion (3072 × 4096) Medium: Blender Cycles + Hand painting. December 2021. During my freshman year, I imagined a space colony utilizing the material of Enceladus (Saturn II). This new rendition moves the space station off the surface of the moon and bends metal and concrete into a van Braun ring space station design. It … Continue reading Two Late 2021 CGI Artworks

357686312646216567629137 and Friends

Many people close to FWPhys are aware of, in possession of, or about to possess, our first STEM merchandise, the Left Truncatable Prime Pencil. Printed on it is the largest base-10 number that remains prime as you remove digits from the left side by means of sharpening the pencil. US$3 a pair. It's common knowledge … Continue reading 357686312646216567629137 and Friends

How Euler Tackled an innocent-looking integral

For unclear reasons, I really wanted to write down one wacky (read: elegant) calculus exercise tonight -- have you integrated the cotangent function twice? I feel the infinite series are mere toys dancing at the fingertips of Euler, and consider his method to tackle this quite beautiful, my usual attitude towards Euler math. For some … Continue reading How Euler Tackled an innocent-looking integral

Iridium Point Goes to 1st International Symposium on Quantum Computing and Musical Creativity

Well, Y. F. Wang, PhD student at the Auckland U’s physics department is going. I don’t think my (computational) musical misadventures deserve any recognitions yet. This Event is hosted by University of Plymouth in late November, and features many downstream Quantum info professionals at places such as Cambridge Quantum Computing Lab and IBM. My notes … Continue reading Iridium Point Goes to 1st International Symposium on Quantum Computing and Musical Creativity