What's going on?

My name is Hugo Martay and I've spent a lot of my life studying physics. My education consisted of a DPhil in atomic physics: I wrote computer simulations of colliding rubidium atoms for experiments my group was doing. Since then I've been working in finance using physics where I can.
From time to time I write articles or simulations about things I find interesting.

Other Articles:

Moon Formation

A Kotlin N-Body code, and lots of animations of the collision between Earth and a hypothetical Theia that people think created the moon.

Quantum Mechanics

A no-nonsense description of quantum mechanics with no maths or philosophy. The concepts are explained with animations, which are mainly computer simulations of electrons.

How to simulate fractal ice crystal growth in Python

This presents python code to draw snowflakes, simulating a diffusion process with Fourier transforms.

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