Refinishing a footstool I made about 5 years ago in Tasmanian Oak. It was my take on this elegant design published in Fine Woodworking http://www.finewoodworking.com/2002/02/01/a-sturdy-footstool.
Despite it being really windy, had a good day of fishing with Beard and his son Lachlan in Pittwater.
Please note that I receive a large number of emails from students wishing to join the Computer Engineering Lab (CEL), School of Electrical and Information Engineering, The University of Sydney. The offical University of Sydney information is available at https://sydney.edu.au/study/admissions/apply/how-to-apply.html and this contains a thorough description of the applications process, including requirements regarding scholarships, english profiency and documentation. Please read this carefully before contacting me.
In particular note the Research Proposal Guidelines. A good research proposal would demonstrate that you are familiar with what has been done in the area and have some ideas about research directions for your degree. This, of course, will be refined over the course of your studies but is a major part of your application, and will be used to judge your aptitude for research.
CEL normally only accepts students with a scholarship. From time-to-time experienced engineers are hired to participate in funded research projects. If such projects are available, a link will be placed below.
Positions Vacant: (none)
This nice camphor laurel slab was purchased at the Sydney Timber and Working with Wood Show. Going to turn it into a hall table for the entrance to our house.
The Computer Engineering Laboratory is on the 8th Floor of the Electrical Engineering Building, University of Sydney. My office is room 852, and the lab is in room 840.
Ken came from Seattle to Sydney for a few solid days of fishing.