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Dear reader,

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"


welcome.

posted by Stefano Scali, 2019.10.27

#anewjourney

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.


disclaimer.

posted by Stefano Scali, 2019.10.27

#nohassle

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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