Left: looking out from the front entrance of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, where some of the sessions took place. Middle: the grand entrance hall on Sunday afternoon from the second floor. Right: The entrance to the computer lab where Robert Cavalier and I gave our talks and where the Munich group showed their impressive projects.
Left: Mihai Nadin formerly of RISD and Ohio State and now Professor of Interface Design at the University of Wupertal. Middle: Volker Deubel, our host, and Professor Robert McClintlock from Columbia Teacher's College at lunch in Vecchia Grado, a fine Italian restaurant near our hotel. Right: Volker, Gerhardt Rolletsshek, and the person who runs the lab work (and whose name I didn't get).
Left: Robert Cavalier, Professor of Philosophy at Carnegie-Mellon before his talk. Middle and right: Volker Deubel introducing his project while Gerhardt runs the computer.
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