Category Archives: Alessio Salvatore Verdolino

Calabi–Yau_Theoretical Physics of Methane Behaviour




The assignment is related to our methane research for the Self Sufficient studio. The challenge of this exercise is to propose an approach in theoretical design of material at the atomic scale that can maximize the amount of stored of methane in a given volume. The methane molecules are attracted to surfaces, while being repelled from each other. We attempt to simulate the interaction between methane and the Calabi-Yau surface area of a hypothetically ideal “methane-catching” material in a sample volume (scale of a methane molecule: pico meters).

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Through the use of any GPS-Tracking App (here: “Easy Trails” for iOS) and the following code in Gh, I mapped my weekend, which is considered as a normal day of study.

Three basic points:   – Home
- Bakery

Analyzing, than, the different speeds during the tracking I underline particular event during the path, such as “StratingPoints”, “MusicOn”, “Metro-PathInCompany”, “TrafficLight”, that give us different visualization concerning the “Speed Range”.

D.A.02 D.A.05 D.A.02


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Population and Methane


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