There are several Club ES resorts in Korea. Last year my team went to the place in Tongyeong, and the scenery and the buildings were great. So, this year we decided to go to the place in Jecheon. Most ES resorts are located on hills, and one amazing thing is that the resorts minimize the deformation of the nature, such as cutting or paving mountain roads, and try to fit themselves into the nature as it is. Here are some photos.
Today there was a small workshop in which three students from three different labs had talks. I was one of the speakers, and I presented the WSDM paper. All the three professors (Prof. Chin-Wan Chung, Prof. Sue Moon, Prof. Alice Oh) also attended, along with Prof. Sung Hyon Myaeng. This workshop was for the students to get feedback on their papers. It was quite difficult to deliver my work to those who have little background knowledge in this research field. As I’d expected, there were some comments on my presentation structure from Prof. Moon. I love the comments and appreciate all the comments from the listeners. They tell me things I’ve not been aware of. Learning again today!