About Me

If you haven’t read my first post yet, my name is Abeer Almaimouni, and I’m currently in my final stretch of pursuing my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington, Seattle. My research focus is on designing mathematical tools to address climate change in future investments in the power sector.

This blog is my outlet to jot down what goes on in my right brain after a long day of exhausting my left brain at school. I have only come to realize the magnitude of the right side of the brain after embarking on the journey to decipher the science behind being “mindful even when your mind is full.”

I hope you enjoy the bits and pieces of my findings that have shaped my thoughts and character.


The content of this blog is monitored and edited by my best friend, Noora Amin, because someone needs to edit those late night writeups and make sure to tame them when necessary.


4 Comments Add yours

  1. Baroor says:

    So proud of you ♥️


  2. Eman says:

    Can’t wait to read more of your right brain :*


  3. Hi This is Karen Beaudry in Lewis Hall 218, your friend in Computational Finance and Risk Management. Always a joy when you stop by and I look forward to staying in touch even when you move back to Kuwait. You have been a joyous addition and surprise as a blessing I’ve received working here in the department; meeting wonderful, thoughtful, amazing people, like you!


    1. Abeer says:

      Hi Karen. You are too kind. It is always a pleasure to see you and I will definitely love to stay in touch. If you ever find yourself in Kuwait, don’t hesitate to let me know and I will be more than happy to welcome you there. I love Seattle for making it possible to meet amazing people like you.


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