My Tip of the Iceberg
The programme has been so rich and extensive that each one of us could only experience a small part of it. We each saw our own tip of the iceberg. All I can do in this short address is to give my view of the tip of the iceberg. That is risky because your highlights of the conference may be different from mine, so I hope, as the saying goes, that I don't open a can of worms with the tip of my iceberg.
- 2006-2010 
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