The Pulsar - A Scientific Portfolio

Hi everyone! And welcome to my website. My name is Luc and I will be your guest here.

This website is dedicated to ideas and experiments. More precisely, I like to understand how ideas emerge and evolve as much as I like to experiment with things and get my hands dirty! You won't read only about science here but more on holistic approach to knowledge through brief articles and opinions I would like to share with you.

You will find here posts about natural siences such as Physics, Chemistry and Biology but also about applied sciences such as Optics, Electronics, Programming and other various engineering topics as well as pure miscaneleous topics such as martial arts or investigations in the Japanese culture and travel guides.

Older Articles:

[»] Slit Compression

[»] Aligning Mill & Vises using Autocollimators

[»] Understanding Quaternion-based Rotations

[»] Hierarchical Collision Detection

[»] A Finite State Machine-based Biological Reactor

[»] Enhancing Procedural Tiles-Maps Generation

[»] Building an Autocollimator for the Lab

[»] Building a Low-Cost XYZ Microscopy Stage

[»] Notes on Turbidity: Biomass Measurements

[»] Instancing Objects from Strings in C++

[»] Following a Fermentation Kinetics by Counting Bubbles

[»] Slit Distortion

[»] Precision Motorized Translation Table

[»] The Tanks-in-Series Model

[»] Understanding Rigid-Body Dynamics

[»] Adding an actuated flow selector valve to our syringe pump

[»] Measuring Small Capacitances

[»] Sensitivity of CMOS Pixels

[»] Generating Sine Wave from Square Waves

[»] Entities, Components and Message Handling in Games

[»] Solving Chemical Equilibria on the Computer

[»] Steady Streams in the Lab #1

[»] Building an Autocollimator for the Lab

[»] DIY Magnetic Stirrer

[»] Enhancing Procedural Tiles-Maps Generation

[»] Raman Cuvette Upgrade

[»] A Finite State Machine-based Biological Reactor

[»] Understanding Quaternion-based Rotations

[»] Hierarchical Collision Detection

[»] Building a Low-Cost XYZ Microscopy Stage

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