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CeBIT 2004 and IPS-Workshop 2004

The next week is going to be rather stressy. Salzburg Research and the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences and Technologies will (again) be presented at the CeBIT 2004 in Hannover. Therefore a group of people (including myself) will go to Hannover by car on very early Wednesday.

There, we will decorate our booth which is located in the so-called future parc (where the spirit of tomorrow lives) . Our booth-address is: Hall 11 Booth A 03/1 - this is located very close to the restrooms in this hall. So if you think of "doing business" in Hall 11, then also visit us ;) . Last friday I crafted a life-sized figure of agentsmith that will also be prented at this booth. Hopefully, the transport will not damage this masterpiece.

Four presumably stressy days later, a second group of people from Salzburg will take over the booth on sunday. From Hamburg I am going to fly to Budapest then, where on monday the IPS 2004 workshop takes place. This workshop is co-located with the last official INTERMON-project meeting.

On Wednesday evening I am going to travel back to Salzburg via train. After all this, I will post the highlights of this time on this weblog.

Posted by Martin Herfurt on Mon, March 15, 2004 at 12:23 AM

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