Friday, October 21, 2005

No news is good news

You might have noticed that I haven't reported from the Hamburg opening colloquium, yet. First of all this is due to the fact that there is no wlan in the lecture hall (or at least no wlan that I can log into) and second, and that really is the good news, that the talks are so interesting that I am far too busy listening and taking notes to turn on my laptop. The organisers really have done a great job in selecting not only prominent speakers but at the same time people who know how to give good talks. Thanks a million!

However, you my dear readers will have to wait until Monday for me to give you a conference summary.


Geon Oh said...

Hi there,
I am an undergraduate physics student in New Zealand.
I’m not sure if this is right place to post this but I was wondering if you ‘expert’ physicists could have a look around my weblog and if there are misunderstandings in the articles that I write, to correct me. I’m only a junior in University so I have a lot more to learn and I think your comments or criticism or feedback will help me learn A LOT more. Thanks!

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