Conference Presentation

Speakers lined upTuesday, March 11th was exciting for I had been invited to be one of 20 presenters in the planetarium of Intech near Winchester – at Informatics II – the conference of the Chromatographic Society.

Intech Science Centre & Planetarium

Since the topic was on Informatics and Data Visualization, I felt very much at home and could, once again, assess why and how my outside the box thinking is different and ultimately tremendously value adding.

The nice thing was that Dr. Lilly Evans had offered to accompany and coach me along. Her two quotes from Humboldt and Hesse made the Chairman mention my presentation and my name as the ‘philosophical mathematician’…

Quantifying Images are the slides in PDF – without narration – on one of the largest screens possible:

The planetarium as a screen

This was my second invitation after the first one of the Natural Computing Applications Forum in Spring 2007, when the special theme was “Analysis of Multimodal and High-Dimensional Data”.

Speakers spaced out…

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is now a solution to the Prime Number problem:
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3 Responses to Conference Presentation

  1. Lilly says:

    This is a really nicely set out post that brings back the day and a very good presentation!


  2. Bob Bater says:

    This is another excellent step towards gaining recognition for your ideas and methods and getting others to join you, outside of their respective boxes.


  3. Sabine says:

    So glad I’m not alone – despite all those visitors to my other site!

    Thanks, Lilly and Bob!!!


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