First of all, a merry end-of-year thingie (insert name here) to all of you.
Last week, I presented a short 15-minute talk at the MRS-J conference in Yokohama. While it was a nice opportunity to present and meet people, it is a relatively small conference. With that in mind, I decided to re-record the presentation and post in online so you can take what you want from it. I was slightly ill when re-recording so the edit is a bit choppy (after removing the sneezes).
It is available on Youtube here (and embedded below). Please leave comments and/or thumbs up if you like, and follow me on twitter @drheaddamage if you want to hear more ramblings from this side.
Lastly, the next video definitely should be a custom one explaining the monte-carlo method we’ve developed referred to in the video.
Nice work Brian. Really pleased to see you getting your research out there! This post by Christie Wilcox in Scientific American may be of interest http://bit.ly/xj4Oxt (another excellent science blogger, her own page here: http://scienceblogs.com/observations/) .
Keep up the good work.