Midterms are over! Hallelujah! With 4 midterms in the past week and a half, I have done nothing but study study study. To add to that, I began to get sick on Thursday night, which lasted throughout the weekend and has finally cleared up today. :)

With that, I have spend little to almost no time on research. These past couple of weeks I have also been working on personal statements and applications for various internship programs both here at UCSB and outside of UCSB. Since midterms are over and most internship applications are done and submitted, I can finally devote more time to working on my COMSOL problems.

Hopefully, I will be able to give a more detailed update of working with COMSOL in the next blog.

SACNAS will be having its 4th and last general body meeting of the quarter on Tuesday, February 22nd and will feature a speaker from the Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics (KITP) who will be talking about String Theory. It will be held in Elings 1601 at 6:30 PM. All are welcome and there will be free food. :)

The College of Engineering BBQ is on Friday, February 25th from 11:30AM-1:30PM. All engineers are welcome!

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