Frank Löffler in Pictures

My research highlighted as part of CCT's homepage slideshow and on in-house screens.
Remnant of a binary neutron star system: after merger the mass of the remaining star is too high and it collapses to a black hole, leaving a fast-rotating low-density disk around the black hole. Credit: Scientific evolution and visualization by Frank Löffler, background image by Todd Vance. License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic
I am mentor of the high-school robotics team "Panthrobotics" (FRC 3337), helping them especially with programming their ~100lb built-from-scratch robot. This shows (almost) all of the team with this year's robot (2017). Read more about the team getting to go to the world championship in 2015 here.
I am mentor of the high-school robotics team "Panthrobotics" (FRC 3337), helping them especially with programming their ~100lb built-from-scratch robot. This shows a part of the team discussing what to build for the next six weeks for the challenge they just received.
I am mentor of the high-school robotics team "Panthrobotics" (FRC 3337), helping them especially with programming their ~100lb built-from-scratch robot. Programming at the build site looks like programming anywhere else, but note the drive-train prototype on the table.
Wooden-board breaking at Karate testing. I am now third dan (third degree black belt) and certified instructor in Tang-Soo-Do Karate, under grandmaster Randall Chontas in Baton Rouge.