Yesterday, I commuted to Socorro for some meetings and some work in one of my labs.
First, I had a good meeting with a physics professor about a potential project in the near future. It will involve some more LabVIEW work, and, as long as we can work out compensation, it sounds good to me.
After that, I spent the majority of the day working in the Unit Operations Lab, reconnecting a few experiments after their dormant spring semester and summer. I also started developing new software in LabVIEW for these experiments. Yesterday, I built the template, the safety agreement (that must be acknowledged before the software will run), and layed out the general architecture. Today, I will finish writing the header file-writing routine, and connect the first device (batch reactor) to get the data acquision part running.
In the evening, I commuted back to Rio Rancho and watched the nearby thunderstorms with JoAnna until it began to rain.
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