At the 2008 Microsoft eScience Workshop in Indianapolis

Just one day after my return back to Seattle, I flew to Indianapolis for the 2008 Microsoft eScience Workshop. The transition from the sunny Mexico to the cold and full of snow Indianapolis is fun :-)

It’s great to be here and see this community before I start my new gig with Live Search tomorrow. Alex Wade and I did a tutorial on the Virtual Research Environment (Alex did that) and on Famulus (we did that together). I showed lots of demos built on top of Famulus so it was a lot of fun. I will have a separate entry about an Oslo-specific one with which I had particular fun. MGrammar is fantastic :-)

Kris Tolle has done a great job chairing the workshop. I introduced Prof. Paul Watson for his keynote today as my last “task” for External Research.