Over the years, I created some movies from simulations, or simply to illustrate what my work is about. The main driving force has always been the desire to make my scientific work more accessible to non-experts, including friends and family, but not excluding fellow students and scientists.
It's always been a pitty to invest so much time into making these visualizations, and only being able to show them once, twice at most. At least with this site, I can show them to you "on demand", which might or might not be more often than once. The Atmospheric science part shows talks I have been giving, or at least excerpts of talks. The plasma physics movies contain the introduction and summary of my PhD defence in 2010, plus visualizations of the geometries and particle orbits I have been simulating.
Just for this site, I added some explanatory text to the movies and presentations. I can't be there and explain what you see as during a presentation, and I hope you understand what these animations are about. To view them, simply click on the icons on the top of the page, and wait for the animation to load. Enjoy.