I’ve spent the last five days working nonstop on my class project for my PDEs class. Literally, from 4:30 PM on Friday until 11 AM today, I did not leave my house except to buy food or use Harvard’s computer lab. I had some kind of simulation running at almost all times, and often two or three running simultaneously on different computers. I just handed in my final report, which is my last assignment for the year. It’s over.
I’m pretty psyched about the project. Last year, when I handed in my undergrad thesis, it ended with two unsolved problems. With this project, I’ve just solved one of them. There’s more work to do, but the results make me much more optimistic that my thesis project will eventually turn into a real medical imaging modality. Or at least, less pessimistic.
As of right now, it is officially Summertime.