Travel for Australians has been quite restricted due to COVID these past years, so Carlo was excited to visit the USA for Christmas/New Year 2022 and took some time to connect with some users over there. Here's how it went.

Georgia Tech, Atlanta: demonstrated our Signals & Systems experiments, as well as our SDR module setup. Always great to visit this TIMS power-user !

UGA, Athens, GA: A worthwhile visit to hear how they are using our remote labs, netCIRCUITlabs, to reach out to students and make labs more inclusive. UGA also won the National Championships that night so I was in the right place at the right time ! Go dawgs !!!

Spent a week in New York City which is always great, but COVID protocols limited my ability to visit our various users there.

North Carolina State University, NC: Although I was only a few hours drive away, we decided to have a zoom call instead to demonstrate our latest offerings in remote labs, netCIRCUITlabs. After all, since the interface is browser based, an online demonstration IS THE REAL THING !

Duke University, NC: Had the wonderful opportunity to present an in-person seminar on our remote labs there and you can see the video recording here, courtesy of Duke ECE department. Whilst they are not TIMS users yet, it was a good opportunity to get them up to date on our offerings and hear their questions. Here's hoping they get onboard the TIMS train soon!

University of District of Columbia: Missed visiting them in person due to holiday scheduling, so spent some time on zoom calls with them as I was no longer located in Washington, DC, and we reviewed and trained their usage of our remote labs offering, netTIMS

All in all, a fabulous visit back to the USA and looking forward to getting back there some time again this year.

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