Some food (some of which I proudly prepared myself), drinks, random impressions from around the University and other nonsense. I don't get out much. ;-)

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Switch in the Physics building: off/on and save/not save?! The Westvleteren 12 and 8: Best beers in this world! My awesome blue berry bundt cake... still pretty proud of myself. :-)
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Liver with Rösti -- one of my favorite Swiss-style dishes. A latte at Krepesz: They put all their heart(s) into it. Winter in Toronto 2013/14: "Feels like" -38°C. Pretty cold.
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Tim Horton's latte; my start into the day before I had my own Nespresso. The Toronto Skyline, Sept. 2013. View from the peninsula. Carole's Cheesecake up in Yorkville; one of, if not the best in Toronto.
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World Pride Parade 2014, Toronto. Chicken cutlets, mushroom risotto, broccoli and apple sauce. A new school year starts, at the Bahen Centre of Information Technolgies of the University of Toronto.
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The ventilation cover panel at Burrito Bandidos. Fun times. Watching the World Cup Final 2014 at the baggage claim at Pearson Airport, Toronto. I bet on Germany. :-) The Ontario Sour Cherry Cake by Wanda's Pie in the Sky: Best pie in this world!
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Toronto's finest, always fighting fire (but mostly false alarms). Spinach pie, almost a family legacy. Not quite there, yet, but getting closer. The "Christmas tree" outside of the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum).



Random stuff from back home.

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My awesome measurement setup to measure flex-print transmission lines. Still of the Bergacherweg in Uster, Feb. 2014. Memories. The parabolic dish antenna @ HSR, Switzerland (with my CP back-fire helix feed antenna)


Video clips

Einstein Science Magazine, Swiss TV Channel S(R)F

In early 2012, I had the pleasure of appearing in a science magazine on the Swiss TV for three times, explaining the working principles of RFID cards, induction stoves and (mobile phone) touchscreens (all in Swiss-German).