Science is my core interest, fundamental understanding of nature is the most transferable skill, it grants foundation for universal understanding of anything, from plant growth, and solar activity to man-made stock-markets and human psychology, everything adheres to the laws of physics and exhibit fractality, self-organizing criticality and similar fascinating phenomenon. with correct tools these phenomenon can be modelled and forecasted.
My current scientific focus is practical application of fractal mathematics to real life phenomenon. I have used MF-DFA (Multifractal Detrended Fluctuation Analysis) to analyze the US stock market for my bachelors dissertation and solar activity on my own time and shown both to exhibit multifractal properties with a level of predictability. I am in the process of writing research papers on these topics. I also use python programming for complex analysis and creation of transcendental function fractals using an iterative root finding algorithm similar to newtons method however with fractional derivatives and other modifications.
I enjoy scientific photography. I've built my own microscopes and telescopes several times since starting photography as well as infrared and ultraviolet cameras.
A transcendental function fractal of mine, programmed in python.
Infinite fractal zoom created by me
A transcendental function fractal of mine.
An image of an eye created with a self-invented spectral isolation technique. A similar method is already used for near-infrared retinal scanning on smartphones.
A real colour photograph of light fractals, water refraction at a microscopic scale. Taken in 2014, it seems to be the first photograph of its kind.
Microscopic photograph of apple skin taken with a home made microscope. The top of the thinner ridges have a width of a few micrometers - ~0.002mm. Depth perception was created using angled illumination shadow casting, same as the craters of the moon during non-full-moon phases.
One of my many moon photographs
Photograph of the sun using a home made telescope
Hand veins using spectral isolation
Photograph of photo prints using visible light and infrared. Visible red green and blue inks are invisible in the infrared spectrum.