I successfully defended my PhD thesis this morning.
Your regularly-scheduled wharrgarbl will return once I’ve caught up on sleep.
Congrats! And now the job market.
Congrats! Nothing like that feeling, is there?
As a friend once put it to me “This time tomorrow, I’ll officially be twice as smart as I am today!” :D
Fuck yeah, Doc!
Congrats! W00T! W00T!
Way to go, Doc! What’s scheduled for post-doctorate research?
Congratulations! Out of curiosity, what was your thesis?
Thanks, folks! It sure feels good to have my heart rate back into the double digits. The rest is essentially paperwork.
Peter: I’m hoping to find honest employment, ideally in the visual-effects industry here in Vancouver. I’ll take a couple years to level up my private-sector credentials and reassess.
John: I won’t bore you with the details, but essentially I’m looking at efficient ways to find and exploit silhouette curves on 3D models. On the surface of a model, silhouettes are usually defined as edges that separate front-facing and back-facing regions with respect to a given viewpoint. Things get more exciting when your model is a set of points from a laser scanner, and you don’t have edges.
Gotcha. I’m a CS major (undergrad) myself, so I was wondering if it was something I might know a little about already. I don’t, but it does sound interesting. God I have so long to go. :/
*throws the horns*
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