I will present at the workshop “Bio-mechanics of living systems from cells to organisms” at the University of Oslo, 29-30th September. More details to follow.
It was graduation day for the first lot of PhD students from cohort 4 of the DTC Complex Systems Simulation. The sun was on our side and it was a fantastic day!
Red Hook Crit London No. 3 was “a bit wet”, so I took it easy and came 50th out of 60. The KYCU Velo crew made lots of new friends by bringing lots of Jimmy’s Iced Coffee and the biggest gazebo in the rider village 🙂
The ReScience initiative paper on sustainable computational science has been published on arXiv.
I feature in Total Women’s Cycling’s article on the supporting bike races for the pro road races.
I raced my debut at the Rad Race Fixed42 World Championships in Berlin. I rode the 42 km distance at over 40 km/h average and placed 24th out of almost 100 women, but I’m not gonna lie, the best thing was overtaking more than 200 men in the process, even though the women’s race started two minutes after the men. Strava
And that’s a wrap for the Calshot Winter Track League! At least until the same time next year I get to call myself the female Calshot Track Champion.
Thanks to the rad guys from Rad Race I got to race at the 6days Berlin for their guest race Last (Wo)Man Standing. Unfortunately the qualifying ended in a terrible accident for me, taking me out of the race entirely. I am ok though, no broken bones luckily.
If you’re writing your PhD thesis in LaTeX I now have a template for you on Github.
I started my new position as EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellow at the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton.
It’s Dr. Alex Diem now! I passed my PhD viva with (very) minor corrections.