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bio website HenriLosoi.com
location NTNU, Norway
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Specialising in Petroleum Engineering: I am fascinated by compositional oil analysis, underbalanced drilling, reservoir analysis, decision making trees, applied mathematics and operations research. I wrote one thesis on my Hypercube algorithm here related to the PRA in nuclear reactors -- this algorithm is not just related to nuclear reactors but to any decision making problem that can be modelled with decision trees and multilinear functions. Multilinear functions are speedup opportunities to many practical challenges.

My background contains International Baccalaureate (Natural Sciences, Economics, Mathematics, 2005-2008), Computer Science (2008), Engineering Physics and Mathematics (2009-2014) and now Petroleum Engineering (2014-).

My goal now is to find strong partners such as international employer to whom I could write M.Sc. thesis related to some of the topics above. I am also interested in co-founding opportunities. Anyone able to help are very welcome to contact.

Motivational material!

3 Principles of Success (Harford)

  1. Seek out and try new things.

  2. When trying something new, do it on a scale where failure is survivable.

  3. Seek out feedback (to determine your level of success) and learn from your mistakes as you go along.

P.s. 6 ways to kill creativity, contact in forename@surname.com.


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accepted What is the evolutionary purpose of white spots in nails and how can they be characterised due to Leukonychia?
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comment What is the evolutionary purpose of white spots in nails and how can they be characterised due to Leukonychia?
@MarchHo There are different kinds of white shapes: lines, gathered things, surfaces -- what they tell to each person I have no clue. Absorbing not perfect yes due to multiple reasons: diseases affecting absorption rate directly, allergen reactions in which body does not absorb things -- body is all the time in certain mode. Are they really just stochastic noise or is there some real purpose for them like signalling bad nutrition? Has nature developed some mechanism to nails that we should look at to help us somehow?
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Good point +1! I totally missed the stochastic nature, it would be super cool to understand this process better.
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comment Theranos blood test's Specificity and Accuracy?
@Masi Christian: done done, ">" changed to "---" and the Noname summarised related to sensitivity and amplification. I think the Noname adds more insight to sensitivity on this process. The DA and CBA are still the underlying processes in building the product -- where I think most other small-size products fail (it requires capital/time/creativity/teamwork/etc).
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comment Theranos blood test's Specificity and Accuracy?
Wow! This is insightful answer, clear expert on this area! I tried to summarise this answer in my answer related to sensitivity and amplification. I cannot fully understand them. Perhaps you could preview them? +1 for the awesome work already!
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answered Limb polarity such as writing handedness, golf handedness and natural football foot
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comment Why only able to close one eyelid? Genetic reason?
@jarlemag I have never had that patience, perhaps I should try without cheating with hand. Cool you are in Oslo, soon coming there -- anyway I discussed missing muscles with my medical friends and I am not sure now whether this can be totally impossible for certain people.
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