The 21st British Colloquium for Theoretical Computer Science

Well, BCTCS 2005 was fun. An entirely positive experience in fact, I would say. I met lots of interesting people, staff and students alike, heard lots of interesting and mind-bending papers, and ate some great food. I made it to breakfast every day, miraculously. Oh yes, and I gave a short talk on my current research, and wasn’t booed off the stage or anything, despite being thin on theoretical content.

Will will, of course, have some marvellous photos. Until then, here are some blurry snapshots of a few of the participants.

(Update 2005-04-28: Will has published.)

Jolie and Will Olaf and Neil Jolie and Will The haze Will and wine Dinner Faron speaking Audience JVT speaking BCTCS Presidents Thorsten

One Response to “The 21st British Colloquium for Theoretical Computer Science”

  1. WH
    March 31st, 2005 | 1:02 am

    Hehe, the one of Thorsten is The One. Deeply drunk, his speech had slowed glacially by then: the picture gets him to a tee.

    Btb, his talk (which was directly before mine, and not an act I was able to follow) is online & worth looking at.