Workshop continuation!

2010/12/01

Once again I’m happy to inform that there will be a continuation of the VMBO series of workshops. This time it will be hosted by the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at Ghent University, Belgium.

Please visit http://www.vmbo2011.ugent.be/ for more information.


Pix

2010/01/10

 


Good photos by Wim Laurier, bad photos by Birger Andersson. Even more photos can be found at http://syslab.dsv.su.se/photo/album/show?id=514725%3AAlbum%3A12161&xg_source=activity where Prasad Jayaweera has published some.


VMBO2009 end

2009/12/23

A very successful vmbo2009 workshop has ended and a big thanks goes out to all involved.  While the organization was, as expected, perfect there were some contextual trouble in the form of …

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… snow.

Yes, Amsterdam (or, better, the transport system of Benelux) was brought to its knees by the sudden arrival of winter. Although beautiful, this translated to travel problems with some participants arriving late and some not at all. That’s a shame but rumor has it that there will be a continuation of the workshop in a year or so in Ghent, Belgium. A confirmation of this will be posted on this site so stay tuned.

Meanwhile, this site will be updated as bits and pieces of info (presentations, photos, etc.) from vmbo2009 drops in. Once again, a big thanks to all involved.

/birger

p.s. the scene above is not really from Amsterdam but from my window in Stockholm minutes before I left. Amsterdam looked almost the same.


Directions

2009/12/09

The workshop will be held at Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam.

For traveling directions to the VU campus, see:
http://www.vu.nl/en/about-vu-amsterdam/contact-info-and-route/index.asp

The workshop takes place in the Bellevue Building, room 1H24.

It’s the same building as where the main part of the CAiSE’09 conference was held earlier in 2009.

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Since I was there I snapped a card of it.


Initial post …

2009/12/09

Welcome to this VMBO 2009 site.

wegwijser

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