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http://www.eas.caltech.edu/qis2009/photos.html

이 부분이 진짜 하고 싶은 말 아닌가 싶다...(뭐?? 내가 그냥 그랬으면 좋겠다는 거 아니냐고?? ...그럴 수도 있지만 :-P)

Despite the clear relevance of QIS to national security and economic competitiveness, unsteady support from US government agencies has discouraged some young scientists
from entering and remaining in the field, and has contributed to a “brain drain” in which some of the most able and successful researchers working in the US have been attracted
to institutions elsewhere, for example in Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Israel. This problem is further exacerbated by the profoundly interdisciplinary character of QIS
research, which has the unfortunate consequence that hiring committees at US universities find it difficult to make thoughtful comparisons between QIS faculty
candidates and other candidates working closer to the mainstream of their home disciplines.

...

We anticipate that many developments in QIS will continue to be driven by individual investigators working at universities. But an important role can also be played by larger
centers, which encourage excellence, promote multidisciplinary activity, and compete effectively for the best people against aggressive international competition. Industry and
national laboratories, which can support big projects with infrastructure not accessible at most universities, also have a unique role to play. Whatever the research venue, graduate
and postdoctoral fellowships funded as part of a national QIS initiative can help to fuel progress.


물론 이 페이지를 보는걸 빼먹어서는 안되겠다
http://www.eas.caltech.edu/qis2009/program.html (새 창으로 열기) 

또 보고서도 보고서지만...

http://www.eas.caltech.edu/qis2009/photos/FedQIS09grpN.jpg
이것도 나중에 솔베이학회 사진처럼 되는거 아녀...?
2009/07/20 16:07 2009/07/20 16:07

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