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Orchestration and Resilience Paths Retreat
Published on in ORCHESTRATION (PATH ACTIVITIES)
Between March 2nd and March 6th PhD students, postdocs and investigators of the Orchestration and Resilience paths of cfaed spent a week of workshops and discussions in the wild winter nature of Geising (Erzgebirge), hosted by the Waldhotel am Aschergraben. Organized by Dr. Marcus Völp and Prof. Castrillon, the retreat’s purpose was to have some time to learn more about each other’s research topics and recent innovations as well as discovering new links and deepening existing research collaborations---or simply getting some things done.
Initially, PhD students of both paths gave a short talk about their research topics receiving valuable feedback from the audience. Moreover, investigators from other paths like HAEC (M. Dörpinghaus), SiNW (Jens Trommer) and CIP (Andreas Richter) were invited to present their newest research results and to get in touch with the people at the retreat. Of course, there were plenty of other highlights such as a plenary talk by Prof. Fettweis on the new 5G Lab Germany, a talk on Storage Class Memories by Dr. C. Mohan and a nice social event in the Eishalle and Ratskeller Geising.