I could have danced all night!

Or more appropriately: I could have talked all day, I could have presented (my work) all day, and still have begged for more, I feel like I did spread my wings, and did a marvelous thing I've never done before, Of course I know what made it so exciting, why all at once my heart... Continue Reading →


Thesis submission

On 31 October 1517, Martin Luther, an Augustinian monk, submitted his 95 theses to his bishop. This eventually led to the Protestant Reformation. The word 'thesis' comes from a Greek word which means 'position'.  For someone to say that he has a thesis means that he has a clear and firm position regarding a certain... Continue Reading →

O child of mine!

These days I began to think and feel that in some ways, a thesis to a PhD student is not totally different from a child to a mother. Both are begotten through hard labour, and both make those who begot them keep thinking about them days and nights. When you submit your thesis for examination,... Continue Reading →

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