Tag: energy

  • First semester finished

    I have just completed the first semester of my course. The course organisers were not joking when they described the taught section of the course as “intensive”. So far we have covered six modules, in each going from knowing comparatively little, to writing reports and presenting on the subject for 10-15 minutes just two weeks […]

  • Back to academia

    After nine years working for the multi-disciplinary consultancy Mott MacDonald, I have decide to go back to academia, and undertake some further research. I will be working towards an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) in Offshore Renewable Energy at the Industrial Doctoral Centre for Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE).

  • My job — using only the 1000 most used words

    My job using only the 1000 most used words, as inspired by the excellent xkcd comic Up-Goer Five, the twitter hashtag #upgoerfive, and the up-goer five text editor.

  • Changing the clocks doesn’t give more daylight

    It must be time to change the clocks again, the news is full of the biannual demand to mess around with the timekeeping system still further. 1, 2, 3… One of the proposals to it move to what is being termed “Single/Double Summer Time” (SDST) — why not just call it what it is — Central European Time. Although […]