While still new on the scientific field, I have some few skills and teaching experience that I can transmit to the readers.
As of 2018, I have taught individual students (mostly in basic mathematics) and in a University setting of laboratory experiments (in Solid States Physics). I have 4 years of Ph.D. experience (Uppsala University, Sweden) and almost 3 years of post-doctoral experience (Osaka University, Japan).
During my career, I had to learn new skills in experimental physics (notably optics and surface characterization) and new software for data treatment and illustrations. The basic needs of an experimentalist lie in these two requirements: acquire and display data. Of course, I try to get inspiration from across disciplines, particularly the science of visualization and design.
In this menu, I would like to provide small advice and lectures about the skills I have learned.