OK so the busiest part of my summer is almost over... but I am actually kind of sad about it :(
The summer institute on systems engineering ends this week... meaning my friends from France and Norway will be leaving this weekend. I am really sad to see them go, but I will definitely JUMP at the chance to take a class in Norway next summer if it is offered through the Scholars Program. I have made friendships that I hope will last a very long time, and I also learned all about systems engineering. I learned how to use Enterprise Architect and SYSML... meaning that I know what internal block diagrams, context diagrams, use cases, activity diagrams, etc are!
Status on my research on nanotechnology...which is basically making a website... still uploading the information and am now in the process of editing videos! I don't want to divulge on what the website will look like, because that is a surprise! But as soon as it is finished I will post the link for everyone to read and learn about nanotechnology (which if you didn't know, is basically working with materials at 10^-9 ...one billionth of a meter, for instance)
I went to the Hoboken Public Library yesterday, because I got the sudden urge to read... WHO KNEW?! Here are some pictures my friend Thomas (one of the students in my class from Norway) and I took yesterday with his new digital SLR camera!
OK that's it for now. I am embedding a very amusing video that cracks me up everytime!