Today was an important day. I signed a contract with CONACyT and DAAD to receive a scholarship to finance my Master’s studies in Germany and, in consequence, to finance Saisho No Kaidan’s initial development.
CONACyT, Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (National Council of Science and Technology) is a Mexican governmental institution that supports research and development in Mexico. They are the ones who give scholarships for studies in Mexico and abroad.
DAAD, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (German Academic Exchange Service) is a German support organization that promotes academic cooperation in… well, Germany.
Now, as a CONACyT-DAAD scholarship holder, I am legally required to give credit to these two institutions in all my academic productions. So, in the future you can expect these two logos in the credits as well.
Also, a big shout out to my fellow ex-LFM scholar, Moïse, who was also awarded a scholarship. Yes, I am quite impressed that you’re studying a Doctorate in Quantum Physics. Yes, I am properly ashamed that I am barely starting a Master’s Degree while the rest of the nerds in our generation already have or are getting a doctorate.