Victoria Canterbury II

It turned out to be a NZ-Korea Gravity Workshop, because we had a number of visitors from Korea. Sung-Won Kim, who was here for the Kerrfest, was visiting again, this time with greatly improved weather. He took many photographs which he has promised to send us. Yesterday we also heard excellent talks by Jong-Hyuk Yoon, Silke Weinfurtner, Alex Nielsen and Petarpa Boonserm.

I learnt that Yongmin Cho’s Restricted Gravity decomposition has a very interesting application in lattice gauge theory. Yongmin Cho and Jong-Hyuk Yoon are off to Wanaka today to start the Rabbit Pass tramp, which they learnt about on the internet. I highly recommend it.

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