Originally published in The Warwick Engineer Freshers 2016 Issue. Replacing carbon-based sources of energy with low-carbon sources is agreed to be one of the best indicators for long-term… Read more “The Clean Energy Paradox”
On- and off-land shots of Santorini and it’s sunsets.
Hand-held camera shots at the Coventry War Memorial Park.
Ingredients, 4 servings Octopus: 850g Celery: 1 stick Garlic: 1 clove Laurel: 3 leafs Carrots: 150g Parsley: 10g Extra Virgin Olive Oil: 30g Lemons: 3 Pepper: to taste… Read more “Octopus Salad”
The current issue of the Reinvention Journal – an International Journal of Undergraduate Research – includes my review of “Yelena Mejova, Ingmar Weber and Michael Macy (eds) (2015), Twitter:… Read more “Review of “Twitter: A Digital Socioscope, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press” for The Reinvention Journal”
Originally published in The Warwick Engineer Easter Issue 2016 Commonly referring to the academic sub-discipline focused on computational approaches to the social sciences, computational social science is on the… Read more “Twitter Data Mining and Computational Social Science”
Originally published in the 3rd issue of the Warwick Engineer. The question “Does P=NP” has been puzzling mathematicians and computer scientist since 1956 when Kurt Gödel wrote a… Read more “P vs NP”
Originally published in the 2nd issue of The Warwick Engineer. Imagine this: you somehow build a time machine and go back in time to murder your grandfather before… Read more “Could You Kill Your Grandfather?”
Originally published in The Warwick Engineer Fresher’s Edition 2015. You can view the poster of the research here. Originally from Rome Italy, I am a first year MORSE student… Read more “From Point Cloud Scan Data To Immersive Virtual Environments”