Last friday I returned from the First Ferguson World Tour Of Science. I was traveling around Europe in order to present some things about my research.
First we arrived at Dortmund, Germany, where the Parallel Problem Solving from Nature (PPSN 2008) was celebrated. There I presented my paper “Evolving XSLT Stylesheets for Document Transformation” that you can download from here.
You can see me in this photo that JJ took explaining my poster to a great audience:
I hadn’t any problem explaining it. Nobody came to complain about colours, XML future, or typos in the word “Conclusions”. Oh, wait, I could remember… no, nobody came.
Here you can see me doing some magical science. Mmmh, who will be these guys sitting in that table?
After that I went to Castellón (Valencia, Spain) to present my paper “Algoritmos evolutivos distribuidos sobre dispositivos Bluetooth” (in Spanish, as you can see, but you also can download from here).
I’m uploading my own photos to my Flickr account.
Just to say that it has been an awesome travel around the world! I met a lot of interesting people and learnt a lot. Yeah, I really love the researcher’s life.
The title of this post is due to today I received my MSc degree (I presented this paper in Granada, where I am a grad student).