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Three Minute Thesis

This spring, I elected to participate in Purdue’s Three Minute Thesis competition. The Three Minute Thesis concept originated in Australia, but competitions are held around the world; as someone who places immense value on effective Read more…

By Geoffrey, ago
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A year in review

I’ve been very lax on the updates recently (‘recently’ meaning… the last 7 months, apparently) but I would be remiss if I didn’t mention a few highlights from the tail end of 2019. Celebrating the Read more…

By Geoffrey, ago
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A Surprise in San Diego

A fortnight ago, I had the pleasure of attending one of the biggest conferences in aerospace engineering – the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics’ Science and Technology forum – for the second time. Much Read more…

By Geoffrey, ago
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Supersonic Santa

Christmas is arguably my favourite time of the year. Spending time with family, eating a primarily cookie-based diet, decorating, exchanging presents – it’s all magical and heartwarming and wonderful. But magical or not, even Christmas Read more…

By Geoffrey, ago
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Tanzania

I recently returned from a new and exciting adventure – a fortnight’s travel to beautiful Tanzania. Two weeks isn’t very long, but my time was nonetheless chock-full of exciting new experiences; I arrived home grateful Read more…

By Geoffrey, ago
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Why Hypersonics?

For those outside the insular world of aerospace engineering, the term “hypersonics” seems to strike the perfect balance between evocativeness and inscrutability. Almost unfailingly, talking about flight at four or five times the speed of Read more…

By Geoffrey, ago