A MathLapse is a short educational video on a mathematical topic. For the MathLapses presented at the IMAGINARY conference 2016 in Berlin, I used SceneKit to animate the formula for the surface area of a sphere. It won 6th place out of 45 submissions.
This app came out of a personal necessity to ditch the blackboard for the most lightweight alternative possible. OH Writer offers a number of functions that the built-in camera app does not, without any UI visible to the audience.
Use your iOS device as an overhead camera in classes, lectures or presentations.
I am a big fan of the Crash Course YouTube series, and was especially excited when Crash Course Physics started. For a while, I posted weekly reviews ("Physics Nitpicks"), mainly as a personal creative outlet.
A novel kind of graphical calculator for iPad. It takes the functional aspect in mathematics front and center: create variables, expressions and graphs as freely arrangeable boxes on a canvas. Sliding a variable value immediately changes all depending expressions and graphs. Includes save and undo functionality.
SPOKES (SPectrOscopic KEn Simulation) is a simulation pipeline for the Dark Energy Survey (DES) developed at the Cosmology Research Group at ETH Zurich. I contributed as an outside contractor from December 2012 to January 2014.
Anderson localization in Bose-Einstein condensates
This was a result from my time as a PhD student in the group of Alain Aspect. It confirmed a basic theoretical model of electrical resistance by using cold atoms instead of electrons and imaging their distribution. My contribution consisted of numerical simulations using FORTRAN and Matlab.