Most definitely the highlight of 2021
Highlight of 2020:
Other 2020 thoughts:
In 2020 I set off for Australia to be a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Tasmania. What can I say? It was a wonderful experience up to the point when it was not wonderful. On left I am at the Fulbright Gala in Canberra on February 27. On the right is the newspaper headline that accompanied the decision to isolate Tasmania from the rest of Australia, starting April 1.
I learned how to make a web app. It now has an API description.
I had a great time visiting the Earthquake Research Institute at the University of Tokyo in fall 2019. At left I am at the new VLBI site. On right I am with my friend Wei Wen.
The GPS Reflections Group was awarded a 2017 CO-LABS Governor’s Award for high-impact research.
And I officially retired from CU on May 31, 2018.
New World Record set at the Berlin Marathon!
Peacock Island, Wannsee
With Professor Emma Hill’s research team.
Man and Mouse, Seattle Art Museum, January 2017.
Mit meinem Mann, Gothenburg, Sweden, May 2017.
Reconnecting with old friend Boudewijn Ambrosius in Delft, the Netherlands, June 2017.
Amsterdam, May 2017.
Berlin, June 2017.
Dresden, June 2017.
At the corner of Keplerstr and Brahestr, Berlin.
Munich, July 2017.
George in Munich, July 2017.
Marx, Engels, Wei Wen, Kristine, Berlin, July 2017.
First Bundesliga game, Berlin, September, 2017.
Prague at night, August 2017.
Prague by day.
Babelsberg, September 2017.
Rheinsberg, July 2017.
My hosts from GFZ.
Oxnard, November 2017.
I took this from the second floor window of my house in Boulder.
Deer convention in the backyard, Boulder.