The conference where Shirley and I are presenting at is called the International Health Economics Association (IHEA), and this is their tenth “Congress,” so a milestone event.  I have attended most of these meetings in great places (Beijing, Barcelona, York, Dublin, Toronto, Sydney). 

This meeting is being held at a University like most are, but like many a very historic one.  It could hardly be more historic – Trinity College.  It was founded in 1592, so it is an amazing place, over 500 years old, started by a charter from Queen Elizabeth. 
Here is the outside entrance to the College...

and from inside the courtyard...

It has a fabulous campus as you will see here, and the campus Library houses the Book of Kells.  Here is a view of the Library...

And a different library...

and another great building on campus...

Walking around the campus I feel I feel learned, as if famous Irish authors walked these paths. The campus sports many great graduates such as Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett and others... It seems a great place to hold a great academic conference.