The workshop began with three days of tutorials. I taught one day, and John taught three. Seemed fair to me.
This is the group from my "advanced tutorial," which essentially covered new features added since the book was published.
Here are most of the learners on the last day of the tutorials.
The tutorials were followed by two days of seminars. Here Jack de Valpine is answering a question about the visualization technique he presented.
This is a high dynamic-range shot of the audience from my seminar. (I forget what it was about.)
John wasn't done after three all-day tutorials. He still had two talks to deliver during the seminars.
The rapt audience.
Rapt audience (part two).
Rapt audience (part three).
Rapt audience (stragglers).
Following lunch on Thursday, we paid a visit to the new LBNL testing facility for electrochromic glazings. The Advanced Light Source is the round building on the left -- former home of the original cyclotron.
Here is my workshop cohost, Judy Lai, getting things ready for the tour.
Steve Selkowitz explaining electrochromics to the group.
The group (abridged).
The electrochromics (with explicator).
Judy took this shot of us from inside the test building.
We got to go inside, too.
Thursday evening, we went for a walking tour of the UC Berkeley campus.
Dan Glaser showed us around the refurbished Hearst Mining Building.
Here we are under the Campanile. We were lucky to be there at 6pm for the live carillon performance.
Sather Gate opening into Sproul Plaza.
The seminar attendees on the final day. Unfortunately, we missed a few people who had to catch early flights.
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