This is second of the two posts where I write about my experience at CERN. Click here to read part 1, where I narrate a few incidents from my first month of internship.
This is my third and final post in a series of blogs I have written to help students understand, apply to, and enjoy the Summer Student Programmes at CERN. Continue reading “My experience as an Openlab Summer Student at CERN – Part 1”
This post is dedicated to all you rad boys and girls who have been asking me to give them some tips on how to get selected for a summer student programme at CERN and also to those who have been searching online in hopes of stumbling upon some honest advice. Continue reading “Tips for students applying for (and accepted to) the Summer Student Programmes at CERN”
I have been approached on some social media platforms and asked to give advice on how to get into the Openlab Summer Student programme. Consider this blog post part 1 of my answer to all the queries and requests that I’ve been receiving. Continue reading “What is the Openlab Summer Student Programme?”
Earlier this year I found out about this powerful tool that Jekyll is. On its website it is described as “a simple, blog aware, static site generator”. After studying it a bit and learning about all of its advantages I was sure that I wanted to use it to build my personal website. However, the seemingly simple instructions on the home page of its official website didn’t work for me since I use a Windows machine.
I am so happy to begin this journey. I almost can’t believe that you are reading my first blog ever because I didn’t share it on any social media platform (nor am I planning to share my blogs anywhere anytime soon). However, I am glad that you’re reading this. Welcome!
Allow me to introduce you to my blog and tell you what it is about.