A new home for my research
This website is first and foremost intended to host snippets of my research on power electronics. Future posts will obviously detail more about this aspect. However, I also intend to use this new website as a platform for being more open about my work in general (i.e. teaching, research, admin) but also personal projects and interests (e.g. idea brainstorming, notebook, open-source designs, sharing knowledge). One of the key motives behind creating this platform also lies in sharing my thinking process and making it a central station for my work flow; I have this vision of an extensive dashboard to manage my –numerous– projects.
Third time lucky
I have to acknowledge that this new website does not constitute my first attempt at building up a webpage for my research. The two previous attempts (both abandoned for various reasons and definitely offline) still provided me with plenty of experience into the website world. This new website thus represents the third attempt, mostly motivated by the recent discovery of the book ‘show your work!‘ by Austin Kleon (highly recommended: https://austinkleon.com/show-your-work/) after a recommendation by the YouTuber Ali Abdaal, specialised on productivity knowledge and tips (https://aliabdaal.com/).
Website in construction
There is obviously lots to be done on this new project, central to my new work flow. I will most likely make mistakes, suboptimal choices, even small and big mistakes, waste time or efforts, repeatedly ask myself why am I doing this is the first place… But all in all, this is a new place to express myself and failing is learning (as long as we acknowledge and learn from those misteps) and what I’m mostly looking for is to share all these (good and bad) steps with the world so we can learn together.
Let’s get to work
So, welcome to my new website. Take a comfy, virtual seat in this corner of the web and happy learning!
3 replies on “Welcome to my new website2 min read”
Great content! Keep up the good work!
Looking forward to learning and discovering more!
Thank you @Zuzanna for your eternal support. You are such a source of inspiration.