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Re: CEP meeting in Glasgow

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  • Subject: Re: CEP meeting in Glasgow
  • From: Brian McMahon <bm@iucr.org>
  • Date: Tue, 6 Apr 1999 16:10:56 +0100 (BST)
Dear Howard
 
>   I think it would be profitable for us to hold a (private) meeting of
> the EPC during the Glasgow Congress.
>   I suggest that we do this over (sandwich) lunch 12h30 - 14h30.
>   Possible days might be:  
>       Wednesday 4th (Opening day of Congress - make sure you will
> already be in Glasgow before saying yes.)

No: I think the Commission on Journals might be travelling up en bloc from
Manchester on that day, which would certainly rule out Peter and possibly me.

>       Thursday 5th (but at what time is the 'open Comcifs meeting'?)

The COMCIFS meeting has booked the time slot 13:00-17:00, although the
timings haven't yet been settled.

>       Friday  6th
>       Tuesday 10th

Tuesday is the excursion day. I'm happy in principle to meet up at some
stage, but it's unlikely one could book a room at the conference centre.

>       Wednesday 11th

The day of the eclipse. I have (undoubtedly fanciful) notions of heading off
to Bucharest for the day; there's also an Open Commission meeting on
teaching booked for lunch hour. But neither of these is essential.

So, of those dates, no to 4th and 5th, the others are all possible: perhaps
the 6th is preferable.

Brian

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