Travel and talks
I’ll be in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Wednesday and Thursday of this coming week. While there, I’m giving a talk about scientific collaboration on the internet at the Santa Fe Institute on Wednesday afternoon, and the after-dinner banquet speech (related topic, very different talk) at the Quantum Information Processing (QIP) 2009 conference. QIP was one of my favourite annual events when I worked in quantum computing, and I’m really looking forward to the chance to catch up with old friends.
On Friday through Sunday I’ll be at the third annual science blogging conference, otherwise known as Science Online 2009, in Rayleigh-Durham, North Carolina. People who went to the first two all say they had a great time, so I’m really looking forward to this!
Finally, while advertising talks, I may as well add that I’ll be giving the University of Toronto Physics Colloquium Thursday, January 22, at 4pm, in the McLennan Building, room 102, at the main University of Toronto Campus.