Sunday, June 6, 2010

Two Thumbs Up

The blogger gives two thumbs up for EE3940: Nano-bio Systems and Circuits in London and Paris.

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The participants of EE3940 come from a variety of backgrounds: Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, and Chemistry. But we all had one thing in common: For three weeks we went through one of the best learning experiences of our college careers. Two thumbs up to professor Sobelman, Adam Pagel, and the May Global Seminars program.

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Steve gives two thumbs up

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Michelle gives two thumbs up

Upon request from some of the students, I have uploaded several photos. Keep in mind that ALL of the photos in EVERY London/Paris blog article have been scaled down in order to ease the upload process. Therefore, these are not full-resolution images.

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Ivan in the Tower of London

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Imperial College students

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Sobelman at Imperial College

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Imperial College

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In a double decker bus

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Jumping at Stonehenge

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Roman Baths

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British National Museum

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Protests near the House of Parliament

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Friendship

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More friendship

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Escargot

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Monet at L'Orangerie

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A typical grocery store in Paris

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Graffiti in Paris

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ISCAS in the ballroom

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Tired out

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Sacré-Cœur

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Berets

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On a boat in Versailles

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A fallafel

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The Grande Arch

That concludes Nano-bio Circuits and Systems in London and Paris.

Steve Chang

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