In honor of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (annually on February 11th), I figured I'd write a little bit about what I actually do as an engineer, how I got here, and how it's going. When... Continue Reading →
The title of this blog post is dedicated to every person that's said some version of that phrase to me in the past few months, which is more people than I can count on two hands. It's also honestly not... Continue Reading →
Or should I say SLAC-er? Anyways, the gym here on SLAC's campus is ARCAS, or the Arrillaga Recreation Center at SLAC, and I got interviewed as the member of the month for May 2017, so I figured I'd share it... Continue Reading →
The breakroom in my office at SLAC is a place fraught with spilled coffee, the CERN Courier (the magazine of our over-shadowing and vastly superior big-brother of an accelerator), and conversations with people who don’t want to go back to... Continue Reading →
Because they're pretty and because it doesn't rain super often in California. All of these were taken at SLAC: grassy field, soccer field, and office window view.
I interrupt your regularly scheduled weekly programming (i.e. Flying Cows) with an exciting announcement: I'm gonna be a slacker! Well, SLAC-er. As in, working for SLAC (the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center). On the biggest camera in the world. I'm super excited!... Continue Reading →