Lockdown - day 11

Updated: Mar 30, 2020

As probably most of you, I am living the social distancing to slow down the spreading of SARS-CoV-2. In practice, this means that in the last 11 days I left my apartment only once for grocery shopping.

Since the Néel Institute got closed on March 16th, I am now working from/at home. Unfortunately I could not take my dilution fridge and my UHV chamber with me, so I had to postpone its final assembly that was supposed to start on March 16th.

Instead, I now started writing the first parts of my thesis, reading articles and writing code for data analysis.


I hope you are all doing well and are not going crazy yet!

My workplace that I basically only leave for eating and sleeping...


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