Singapore

Last month, on September 13th to 17th, I attended the 36th International Conference on Very Large Databases (VLDB 2010) in Singapore, to present a paper at the Ph.D. workshop.

Not only was this the first time I've been to such a large international conference (which was very interesting because it allowed me to talk to a lot of experts in my field and see what other people are doing), it was also the first time I ever visited Singapore.

Fortunately, I was able to get some time for sightseeing, and these pictures are the result. :)

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Categories: University, Personal
Posted on: 2010-10-16 08:55 UTC.

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Creativebutstupid

2010-10-16 10:30 UTC

Smokey looks like a serval, but he's a bit small. Maybe he's a juvenile?
And the monkey is a cottontop tamarin,the pig looks like a babirusa,t he snake I'm not sure about, the lizard is a green iguana. Whatever, they're all adorable. Including the proboscis monkeys. Don't hate on the proboscis monkeys!

Loyd Nelson

2011-04-29 16:47 UTC

Sure enjoyed the slide show! Didn't know that much about Singapore - had to look on Google maps to figure out exactly where it is. Quite a city. Thanks for the photos. Am old and retired - will never get a chance to go there.

Lemonrind

2011-10-27 02:31 UTC

Singapore looks hot and humid, yet interesting.

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