My boss just told me a few days ago he may not be able to make it to a workshop in Bucharest, which is actually more of a bilateral conference between Romania and South Korea. So it seems I’m due up for making a presentation for this meeting on next Wednesday (that is the day after tomorrow!). The down side? I’m not available tomorrow (Sep. 15th) because I’m going to Bucharest to attend an Independence Day celebration thrown by the Mexican Embassy. Anyway, I had a layout of a presentation about the research on calixarenes I’ve done all year long., so I’m just filling in the slides with relevant data and some info about our facilities, as a way to also make some advertisement of our very own Babes-Bolyai University.

This talk will let me assess how much progress have we made so far and how much work do we still have to perform. Once again, quoting prof. Raymundo Cea-Olivares: Projects aren’t finished, they are dropped! It’s already the middle of September so it’s about time to wrap it up so we may have some published papers by the end of the year.  In the mean time, I better hurry up so I can celebrate Mexico’s independence 199th anniversary without any worries or due work.

Viva Mexico!