If you've come to this page then you probably want to know a little bit about me. That, or you're procrastinating (which is fair enough, this website has been born from procrastination of Maths problem sheets and the such like). If on the off chance you're a crazy stalker then I thank you for your support and appreciate your dedication.
Well I'm Stephen, a second year Physics undergraduate at UCL studying (seriously studying, its a tricky business this science-ing) for a masters degree. If you would like to know anything about degree level Physics (stay away children! stay away! I jest, I jest), studying at UCL or living in London then feel free to email me for an honest account. It's pretty tough but as is anything worth having (except the food in my halls, wrong kind of tough).
Although Physics and making unecessaraily complicated websites take up most of my spare time, if I'm not hunched over a desk, scowling at a summation, I can be found playing table tennis, football, guitar and Karate-ing. I also love travelling, and photos from my travels will soon be viewable on the photography section of this website. I'm also reasonably new to web design, and completing this task has unleashed a wave of new interest - hence the uncompleted parts which I want to develop further when time allows. I have self-made revision material available for the Physics of the Universe course ready for uploading.
Currently I reside at Commonwealth Hall, just off Russell Square, making most lectures a convenient roll out of bed away! Real home however is St.Neots, Cambridgeshire's answer to the Bronx or as its known colloquially 'the Jeremy Kyle waiting room'.
I'm not decided as to what I would like to do after my degree, it really hangs in the balance of how well I do. In an ideal world though I'd like to pursue a phD or a career in energy/finance. In an unideal world, we never talk about that four years at UCL and change name/address/facial hair.
If you'd like to know anything else about me, don't hesitate to ask - click on the guy holding an envelope a the right upper hand corner and I will get back to you as quickly as I can.