Siegen - Presentation of my work to Andreas Kolb's lab

Presentation slides and code for my talk in Siegen, Germany.

On Jul 17th 2023, I have been invited to visit Pr. Andreas Kolb’s lab and give a small talk about my current research in the field of Ray Tracing applied to Telecommunictions. Indeed, Mohamed Saleh, one of his researchers, is working on applying Ray Tracing techniques at Terahertz frequencies to detect defects in carbon fibers.

I am very much grateful to Pr. Andreas Kolb and his team for the invitation!

The slides are a modified version from those I presented at EuCAP2023, plus some insights about my ongoing work.


The following slides are made with RevealJS and are interactive!

Use basic keys like LEFT and RIGHT to navigate through slides, or F to go full screen.

The slides were generated using the Manim (The Manim Community Developers, 2022) animation engine and Manim Slides (Eertmans, 2023), one of my open source projects, to combine the animations into slides and later convert them in a RevealJS .html file.


  1. The Manim Community Developers. (2022). Manim – Mathematical Animation Framework (Version v0.17.2).
  2. Eertmans, J. (2023). Manim Slides: A Python package for presenting Manim content anywhere. Journal of Open Source Education, 6(66), 206.

Source code

Available on GitHub: _slides/2023-07-17-siegen-presentation/

This post is licensed under CC BY 4.0 by the author.