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perhaps you will not only have some appreciation of this culture; it is even possible that you may want to join in the greatest adventure the human kind has never begun - Feynman, "Lectures on physics"


posted by Stefano Scali, 2019.10.27


Hi, welcome to my little space. I am Stefano Scali, a former carpenter, tech merchandiser, motocross rider, cyclist and many others. For the last 5 years, a wannabe physicist. I did my Bachelor's in physics in Siena, an amazing medieval town in the south of Tuscany, I migrated to Cambridge for my Master's in Physics and I finally moved to Exeter for my PhD in quantum thermodynamics. Here, I joined the Quantum Non-Equilibrium Group supervised by Prof Janet Anders.


posted by Stefano Scali, 2019.10.27


This is the usual project emerged from the desire of creating something personal and new(hopefully) which sooner or later, in academic life, you are meant to face. I will dedicate part of my spare time to write about physics, related and less so but this will require a little patience. So, relax and enjoy, il dolce far niente is the philosophy behind this page.

the featured article.

posted by Stefano Scali, 2019.10.26

#mathjax #mwe

When \(a \ne 0\), there are two solutions to \(ax^2 + bx + c = 0\) and they are \[x = {-b \pm \sqrt{b^2-4ac} \over 2a} \; .\]

If you are interested in neat CSS layouts, take a look at Bootstrap. This website makes use of it but the sidenav is not included ;)
Also, Mathjax is the answer to your question about Latex rendering.

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