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Conference in Mallorca,

that’s where I’ve been sunday-thusday this week. Rosa Lopez and David Sanchez, faculties of University of Balearic islands, were so kind as to organize it, “Nonlinear spin and charge transport through nanoscopic systems” was the name, many thanks for this. Funniest thing is that we all actually work from 8 till 17, while the weather was nice almost all the time.

Things I liked included:

  • the direction of the conference: it beared non-linear stochastic dynamics flavour, the taste that becomes stronger and stronger in quantum transort research
  • talks, especially related to electron counting/pumping
  • food, and very much
  • swimming at a public beach in 1km from the hotel
  • a spectacular night thunderstorm in Hollywood style

Things I liked less were:

  • the conference mascot was a little red horny devil
  • the fact the island seems totally covered by the city
  • waking up at 2 a.m to catch the flight there
  • going to bed at 4 a.m. after the flight there
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