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Frank Simon | MPI for Physics | Germany

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Travel Madness – Reloaded

As usual with a sequel, things have to be a bit more crazy, and a bit more spectacular than the original. The travel period I’ve just started is certainly fits that bill, compared to the previous (rather short one) I’ve written about at some point… As usual in these days, I’m sitting in the Munich Lufthansa Lounge in the early hours, waiting for boarding. Once I get on the plane, I’m off to something that is almost a world tour: two meetings, two conferences, one lecture to give, three continents (America, Asia, Europe), 4 countries, and all that before Easter. At least I could arrange it so that I stop at home for a night from time to time… I guess otherwise my wife would consider changing the locks ;-).

Well, today I’m heading to the CALICE collaboration meeting in Arlington, TX, USA, via Frankfurt. The transatlantic is a long flight, more than 11 hours, but there is more than enough to do: A couple of talks to prepare for the meeting, and maybe, just maybe, getting started on the lecture I have to give at a seminar for teachers later in the month. My laptop is fully charged, spare battery in the bag… I guess I’m good to go.

I hope I’ll find the time to post a bit about what is going on as I make my way from meeting to meeting…

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