LMCS'02: The 60th Birthday of Bruno Buchberger
On Tuesday, October 22, 2002 we celebrated the 60th birthday of Bruno Buchberger
during an honorary colloquium "Logic, Mathematics, and Computer Science:
Interactions". The colloquium featured invited talks by
Henk Barendregt (University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands): ,
Manfred Broy (Technical University Munich, Germany): ,
Dana Scott (Carnegie Mellon University, USA): ,
Doron Zeilberger, (Rutgers University, USA):
Bruno Buchberger (RISC, University of Linz, Austria): .
The conference participants met after lunch in the warm autumn sun for
a group picture
Interviews with the invited speakers for austrian TV and radio
You can listen (8MB mp3 format) to a recording of the
interviews how they were broadcasted on Austrian radio
(Ö1, Dimensionen, Thursday October 24, 2002, 7pm).
Press conference on "15 Years of RISC"
Participants: Franz Winkler, Bruno Buchberger, Rudolf Ardelt (rector of
the University of Linz), and Josef Fill (Upper Austrian minister for technology
After the opening by Franz Winkler ...
... lots of guests listen to the orations by
... while Bruno just enjoys ...
After Manfred Eder's (TMG Upper Austria) address the Softwarepark Hagenberg area was given the name "Campus Bruno Buchberger":
the rector of the University of Linz, Rudolf Ardelt ,
- the minister for technology and commerce of Upper Austria, Josef Fill
- the president of Austria's chamber of commerce, Christoph Leitl
Many of the guests took the opportunity to honour Bruno's achievements in mathematics and technology transfer:
Finally, also Bruno commented on the speeches ...
... while his daughter Patricia still had to wait for the birthay cake to be distributed.
- Prof. Winkler, RISC, University of Linz:
- Prof. Engl, University of Linz:
- Prof. Pilz, University of Linz:
- Prof. Mora, University of Genova:
- Prof. Hong, University of North Carolina, editor of JSC:
- Prof. Fazekas, University of Debrecen:
- Prof. Kormos, University of Debrecen:
- Josef Schmied, director of the University of Linz:
- Christoph Leitl, president of Austria's chamber of commerce:
- Reinhard Dyk, vice-mayor of Linz: