I recently came across this excellent TED talk by Peter Norvig entilted “the 100,000-student classroom”. The popularity of online education should probably not be a
Previous installments: Part I: Introduction and hardware Part II: Mac Software Part III: Mobile Software
If like me you grew up with the original Star-Trek and following suites, you must have some point thought that the coolest gadget of all
For those who might not have read the first post in this series about the hardware side of things, please have a look: Digital Office I
Working efficiently in the digital world is not as easy as it sounds, in particular as you get more and more files to deal with.
Update May 2nd: This video shown the famous theoretical physicists Michio Kaku on the very same topics 3D transistors technology will help Intel to pack even more
The majority of graduate students that I had the chance to supervised (yes I consider student supervision as a core mission of being a researcher
Computers have become a key tool for the acquisition, analysis and processing of data in scientific research. Furthermore, the value of computer simulation in our