It's been quite a while I've written on this blog about SONORUS, or anything else in fact. A lot has happened since then.
In October and November I was at Chalmers again for 6 weeks, following some courses. Furthermore, we had the school on Auralization and Visualization as well as a workshop around the Gothenburg test site.
After the research visit I attended NixCon in Berlin. NixCon was a conference about the Nix package manager and the ecosystem around it. Ever since I found out about Nix it fascinated me. Last summer I began using Nix and in autumn I switched to NixOS, an operating system entirely managed with Nix.
In January we had another SONORUS workshop, this time in Rome. It was my first time in Rome and I was glad to finally see the Colosseum as well as the Apostolic Palace.
In March I went to the U.S. for a four week research visit to NASA Langley Research Center. I wrote more about that in another post.
And just a couple of days ago we had another workshop, this time in Antwerp, Belgium.
The SONORUS project is almost over. In September there will be a final meeting in Munich. More about that later...