3d Illustrations for Scientific Articles

Published on: December 8, 2018

In one of my latest publications I took some of my illustrations to the next level. I used 3D software to illustrate some of the key aspects of the soil erosion model I have developed. In this blog post I will tell some about the software I used and some experience I got with making 3D illustrations. In almost every article I have written so far, I try to include a figure to illustrate some key aspects or conclusions of the study. These kind of figures are called explanatory diagrams, but I will…

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Making Science Videos

Published on: October 20, 2018

In this blog post I want to tell some about why and how I started to make science videos. I started making videos about a year ago and have made 4 videos up to now. Please check out these videos in the Videos section. About 1 year ago I run into the EGU’s Communicate Your Science Competition, where early career scientists can submit videos, with the aim to communicate their research to a wider audience. After watching some of these videos I was thinking: “How hard can it be?”…

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How I made this website

Published on: August 25, 2018

Welcome to my blog! In this first blog post I want to tell you how I made this awesome website. I won’t go into the finest details, but will tell you about the experience I got with the tools I used to make this website. I will start with a brief history of my experience in web design. I started getting interested in web development in the period between I finished my PhD and started as a postdoctoral researcher. Through some online courses (mainly from Udemy) I learned some basic HTML,…

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