World Tour

My world tour continues next week, Monday May 23-May 25 I will be playing Cambridge UK at the Moller Center for the Applied Urban Modelling Conference. The talk will be "Does First Last: The Existence and Extent of First Mover Advantages on Spatial Networks". Day 1 (Monday May 23) of the conference and the drinks reception will be held at the Fitzwilliam Museum, (Courtyard Entrance), Trumpington Street, Cambridge. CB2 1RB, Day two (Tuesday 24 May) will be held in the Department of Engineering, Trumpington Street, Cambridge. CB2 1PZ. On May 25 I will be playing Loughborough University, giving the talk "Network Structure and Travel Behavior". Date: Wednesday 25 May 2011, 16.00 — 17.00 Location: Design Studio (RT0.29), Department of Civil and Building Engineering On May 27, I will be playing EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland again giving the talk "Network Structure and Travel Behavior". Date: Friday, May 27th, 15:15, Location: GC C2 413 I hope you can make it.
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