My spring traveling schedule has now crystallized. This is my schedule – if you are in any of those places at just the right time, let me know and let’s meet.
I’ll be arriving in London on April 9 early in the morning. I’d like to have a huge bloggers’ meetup that first night, if possible, as I will spend the rest of the time in UK at the PLoS offices in Cambridge (and if you live there, let’s meet). I may also need a place to stay that first night in London (I have some family and friends there as well, so I may stay there). I’ll stay in the UK until April 15th in the afternoon.
I’ll arrive in Trieste on April 15 in the late evening. I will be on a panel on Open Access on the 17th and a panel on Science Blogging on the 18th, as a part of the Science FEST there. If you will be there, come and say Hi.
I’ll travel from Italy to Belgrade, Serbia on April 21st. Of course I have a place to stay in Belgrade – it’s called ‘home’ (I have not been since 1995!). While there, I will give a talk about Open Access at the Ministry of Labor as well as, hopefully, to a group of librarians and at the University. I will try to organize a blogger meetup and go to Novi Sad to visit my horse.
I’ll be in Berlin from April 30th at noon until May 2 at noon and leave the next day at noon. I’ll meet with some PLoS people and I hope also with some German Scienceblogs bloggers.
I’ll be back home in Chapel Hill on May 3rd in the afternoon.
Next, I’ll go to Sandestin, Florida, from May 17-21, to attend this meeting to meet my fellow chronobiologists.