I've enjoyed traveling in Eastern Europe before, so volunteered to organise a CT software workshop at National Center for Nuclear Research (NCBJ) in Poland.
Business travel is mostly done by our salespeople, but occasionally also the development guys are let out of the office into the wild.
Eigenor visited the Fraunhofer Institute for integrated circuits in Deggendorf at the end of July in the hottest time of the year to introduce and install its PSIG X-ray tomography system.
The long waited week in Ghent was finally at hand. Me and my colleague travelled to this lovely city for the whole last week. The DIR2015 symposium took place in beautiful university building, Het Pand.
Preparations for conference trip are ready. Me and my colleague, Jukka Huhtamäki, are traveling to Ghent (Belgium) in the end of June for DIR2015 conference. Jukka will give an oral presentation about "3D reconstructions from bulky objects using sparse-angle data”.
Once in a while software developers get dragged out of the office and have the opportunity to teach others. In addition to the obvious and sometimes detail-ridden topic of how to utilize the software, there is a possibility to convey the idea of why it has accumulated all the features. On the other hand, having to explain the current implementation raises critical questions of how the whole system could be improved.