Back in Italy
I’m back in Italy for the holidays and study. So, sadly, I won’t be able to post as much, especially since I have an actual study timetable! O_O
The only one I’m really worried about is Nanotechnology: there are a LOT of concepts to cover, and it’s based quite heavily on solid state physics, which I did rather badly in last semester. Still, sitting around worrying isn’t going to do anything to help!
Electromagnetism isn’t too easy either, but I just need to put the work in: the exam questions won’t be as complicated as some of the homework questions we had, and some are even similar (direct quote from Sasha, our lecturer).
Luckily, there are some crossovers for the Signals & Image Processing and Applied Optics courses: the Fourier Transform comes up in both, so that part should reinforce each other. I can also just mess around with Photoshop or GIMP to examine some of the concepts for Image Processing, such as gamma factors and contrast enhancement, so that is going to help.