TNC17 in Linz - Thursday 1/6-2017
|Pictures from the other days|
Some participants only arrive the last day. Here is one of them: Tor
Bloch (consultant for GÉANT) who has replaced his stylish
plastic bag with a new brand.
Nicole Harris (GÉANT) is chairing my morning session on open
source and the common conservancy initiative.
Susanne Michelsen from NORDUnet shares a very interesting screen with
the Henrik Larsen and Gitte Kudsk from DeiC.
Arne Vollertsen (a journalist/writer hired by NORDUnet) takes pictures
of people he is interviewing. Now it is my turn.
Nicole Harris has a busy morning, also chairing the next plenary session
...featuring a very american lady, Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic, who tells
us to design our graphs and storytelling better.
At the end of the talk she incidentally manages to throw in an
advertisement for her new book.
Nicole Harris is still at work on stage
Torben B. Sørensen from DeiC has a question.
As Gyöngyi Horváth is home on maternity leave, Jessie
Brockhoff has elegantly taken over the huge job of making all ends meet
at the conference. Alongside her, we see the speaker in the next session
Die Deutsche Ecke: Leonie Schäfer (DFN) and
from PRACE, we have Florian Berberich and Ralph Niederberger.
The session is charied by Sergi Figuerola from i2CAT...
...who ends up on the belly of the speaker.
This session is under the governance of the prince charming of AARNet:
...and the just as charming Steve Cotter
The local organizer Christan Panigl gets a diploma from GÉANT.
You can clearly see how happy this makes him. Jokes aside, he and ACOnet
and the whole organization behind the conference has really made a
superb job. Thank you, Christian (and all the others)!
Next year's conference is introduced by Olav Isak Sjøflot from
...in sunny Trondheim
He gets a "torch" to carry on to the next conference.
In this post-factual era, a reality service could be a good thing.
Brucknerhalle, where the evening's performance awaits us
Outside, you find a beach bar, although it is probably not healty to
swim in the Danube.
...to Gasthaus Freiseder
A very nice guy from Finland without a napkin on his head: Urpo Kaila,
who heads the Finnish CERT team.
A fine specimen of genuine Austrian vehicle making: A Steyr 180 tractor.
Home on the bus after the biggest and best conference ever...
With all the warmest thanks from all of us.
Martin Bech, DeiC, email@example.com