Mathematician with high affinity to Computer Science, Biology and Biophysics. Thus combining those fields in Computational Science.
Coding in Python and C++ on a daily basis.

Jul
8
awarded Popular Question
Jul
7
asked Run tests for a BaseClass for all DerivedClass
Jul
3
awarded Notable Question
Jul
2
awarded Curious
Mar
26
asked How to configure IPython behind nginx in a subpath?
Feb
27
awarded Famous Question
Feb
23
awarded Nice Question
Jan
23
revised How to sign-off ("signed-off-by") a Git commit in PyCharm?
narrowed signed-off meaning to distingish from PGP signing
Jan
23
asked How to sign-off ("signed-off-by") a Git commit in PyCharm?
Oct
23
awarded Nice Question
Oct
16
comment How to align C++ member access continuation on column?
I can't deny that. ;-)
Oct
16
asked How to align C++ member access continuation on column?
Oct
3
awarded Yearling
Jul
14
comment Consistent vertical positioning of superscripts
pre-script? y is a subscript of \nabla. I just altered \nabla_y into \nabla_{\!y} in my document to reduce the space between the symbol and its subscript.
Jul
14
awarded Yearling
Jul
14
awarded Yearling
Jul
14
revised Consistent vertical positioning of superscripts
add description of solution
Jul
14
awarded Commentator
Jul
14
comment Consistent vertical positioning of superscripts
I didn't meant the height of the _super_scripts, but the **sub**scripts. The number 0 has the same hight as \phantom{0}. Anyway, I fixed this problem by using \vphantom{0} for all subscripts. This ensures a consistent hight of the subscripts and consistent vertical positioning of the superscripts.
Jul
14
comment Consistent vertical positioning of superscripts
Ok, a last little follow-up question: How can I ensure, that the subscript \varepsilon has the same hight as a number as 0? When using \varepsilon as a subscript, the superscript is still as low as without a phantom-subscript.
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