A drawing of the Buzludzha monument flying away into space. The monument always reminded me of a sci-fi spaceship so I decided to draw it that way.
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I am working on a physics experiment that involves muons that are stored in a magnetic field and are traveling along circular orbits. Their motion inside the magnetic field is quite complex and involves oscillations with different periods – essentially they are like a spinning top, but instead of precessing around only one axis, they can precess around three. Read more
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I want to share a small project I did in which a 25 ps Time-to-Digital converter is implemented in an Artix-7 FPGA. The goal was to be able to measure tiny intervals between singals from two photomultiplier tubes. Finally, a fast digitizer was better suited for the job, but nevertheless the TDC works well and could be useful. Read more
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In my experience adding matplotlib figures into Latex documents is not trivial
at all, unless you are satisfied with a simple non-vector png. I will try to
explain here how to export a figure into pgf, and how to include that in
your tex file later. The usual disclamer is valid here: it works on my
machine and I can’t guarantee that it will work on yours. As of now, I am using
python 3.9 and
matplotlib 3.4. After the tutorial you can expect some
result as the one shown in the figure below.