I’ve spent the end of this work week in Budapest, at the ICT Proposers Day. For those of you who do not know about this, this is a network opportunity put together by the European Comission to get together people that are interested in putting together a paneuropean research proposal on an ICT topic.
Per Ola and myself have been networking like crazy and exploring some extremely interesting possibilities. Here are a few pictures of the very successful event:
For the reception, they took us by steam train to the Hungarian train museum, where we saw a pretty cool set of old engines and train wagons (just a couple photos above).
After all the hard work, we had a bit of time to visit the centre of the city, and take a photosynth of the Hungarian Parliament Building.
The good weather is gone (for now), but our place is just as beautiful in the rain. Today, I will try for a run in the evening, but for now you can check out the photosynth (a kind of panorama) that I made just north of Cellardyke during my run:
I’ll try to keep these coming! 🙂
Kate and I have been in Scotland for almost a week. So far, we are loving it. The weather is wonderful, our place is amazing, and the people have been wonderfully welcoming. We live now in Cellardyke, which is a tiny fishing village, about ten miles from St Andrews.
For our first impressions of Scotland, it’s best that you check Kate’s funny account of our landing and first days.
Tomorrow I will start work at the SACHI group. Meanwhile, you check out some of the photographs that I made around where we live.
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