I am just returning home from a concert by my favouritest female singer, Sissel Kyrkjebø. Am completely, hopelessly starstruck.
Mirza Ghalib often returns from the grave to tug at my heartstrings. Always at opportune moments. I’ve often discovered specific ghazals which seem to apply in their entirety to the situation I find myself in. Perhaps this is another illustration of the principal, “The more personal it is, the more … Read the rest “Hazaron khwaishen aisi”
It is hard to dislike a place where you’ve been laughing every five minutes. And eating good food. And having great conversations with random strangers. And making new friends. Where good natured ribbing, flamboyance, art, tradition and culture blend smoothly into the potpourri of life. In short, it is hard … Read the rest “A tale of two countries”
The last few days in Italy were a blur of activity.
To begin with, the summer school activities became more and more exciting. Two teachers from Barcelona delivered a crash course on control and realtime scheduling. They were young, funny and I wished I had them as my first control … Read the rest “Pisa diary: Wrap up”
Here is a video of the Amazing Ball I worked on at the ARTIST summer school in Pisa. We modified the existing setup so that the setpoint in dynamically generated. This enabled moving the ball along a desired trajectory.
This one is dedicated to all those people who believe that … Read the rest “Amazing ball”