I was walking right outside of the Milton Gates near my lab the other evening. There was a young lady in a motorized wheelchair strumming down the sidewalk in the other direction past me. By the time I thought twice about the fact that the sidewalk was blocked off farther down from her because of… Read More Out of reach
I began an internship this week at Hydro Quebec Distribution. I’m excited. I’m a little nervous. I have no idea how I am going to fit this in my schedule, atop my current part-time internship at CEATI (though my hours there have been increasingly intermittent), my three courses, and my lab work. Somehow, this will magically… Read More Internship at Hydro Quebec
My research is frustrating. Power engineering is such an unfamiliar realm of study for me – still. My undergrad electrical engineering background did not really cover concepts of power very in-depth; very few undergrad electrical engineering programs do, unfortunately. The concepts of power converters and power system dynamics fascinate me. But, I really suck at… Read More Powerless
My friends often make fun of me because of how obsessed I appear to be with schedules. And, yes, I will play on this by pretending to be some sort of crazy OCD, superbly self-disciplined machine who sticks to his schedule AT ALL COSTS. But, the harsh reality is that I’m not at all this… Read More Now and later
Greetings to the faceless (but, nonetheless, fabulous) denizens of cyberland who are reading my Grad Life McGill blog! The first entry of a blog is always difficult to write. I mean, it sets the standard, sort of. And, if it’s one thing I could do with one less of, it’s expectations. haha! First, some background.… Read More Salutations, mes amis!