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MATLAB Insanity


September 4th, 2013

There are complete blogs devoted to the quirks of MATLAB. Anyways, here is another post on the topic and how some minor quirks produce a hard to find bug. Look at the following code:

rand(rngStreams{obj.rngId}, 2, 1)
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8 Great Teas for Every Occasion


December 30th, 2012

I received a package of a large variety of teas a while ago and want to share with you eight teas I especially like. Those represent a mix out of green, black and herbal teas.

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Computational Neuroscience – The Second Term


December 28th, 2012

I am already right in the middle of my third term studying Computational Neuroscience and so far I have not got around writing anything about the second semester. In my defense I spent most of the semester break studying for exams. But finally I have the time to do my report. First, you might want to read my post about the first semester if you have not done so already. I will not repeat all the general information. Instead I will start of with the individual courses I took, tell you something about the social events and finish with some general personal remarks.

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10 Reasons To Start Rock Climbing


September 9th, 2012

About ten months ago I started with rock climbing. Because I love it so much I want to share ten reasons with you why you should also start.

Rock Climbing @ Lei Pi Shan, Yangshuo China

Rock Climbing @ Lei Pi Shan, Yangshuo China (photo by mariachily@flickr.com, CC-BY)

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Computational Neuroscience


May 5th, 2012

I am studying the Master’s degree Computational Neuroscience in Berlin for a half year now. Previously, I was doing my Bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Computer Science in Bielefeld and was writing each semester about my experiences (in German). A post about Cognitive science in another blog inspired me to do so and I want to keep up with the tradition. Thus, here is my report about the first semester Computational Neuroscience! It is in English because the course of studies is also and it aims on attracting foreign students.
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Server-Move Complete and Computer Graphics Project


March 16th, 2012

The server move is now mostly complete. There will be some further minor adjustments, but these shouldn’t influence this webpage heavily.

Moreover, I published (already some time ago) a computer graphics project from the last semester of my Bachelor’s. It is an image manipulation program based on shaders and some additions to the Shading Language (making it the “Annotated Shading Language“). You find it together with a detailed description at GitHub.

Server Move


February 28th, 2012

In the next days the server hosting this website will move. Hence, it might be unavailable for some time. But hopefully it will load faster and will have less downtimes afterwards due to the new hardware. I’m also planning on posting some new stuff soon.

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