David Chou’s first trip to Germany and meet plasma rabbit club members

It’s David Chou’s first time to be in Germany.  We planned to visit my german friends and had a look at some technologies.

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The first stop after arrival picked up by Dr. Thomas Schütte of PLASUS was the research center for microwave plasma applications at Stuttgart University.

ibf has two rabbits for the microwave plasma applications.  It was great to have this small reunion for plasma rabbit members although the time was very short in a few hours.

4 rabbits meeting together.  One, Dr. Schütte was taking this photo.  Mrs. Fischer, Mr. Fischer, David Chou, Robert Jann in front of iBF.
4 rabbits meeting together. One, Dr. Schütte was taking this photo. Mrs. Fischer, Mr. Fischer, David Chou, Robert Jann in front of iBF.

After a long drive to Kissing, two rabbits took a photo with David in front of PLASUS.

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PLASUS is going to move this site to a new location for company expansion. The weather was still chilly for Taiwanese in the end of February.

Taking a train to Baden-Baden, another power rabbit Mr. Dieter Schorn coming to the station to pick us up.  Our stay in Baden-Baden was quite nice.  The stay was too short to take a good city tour for this beautiful city.

David and two rabbits taken a nice photo in front of Magpuls GmbH.
David and two rabbits taken a nice photo in front of Magpuls GmbH.

The main purpose for David Chou was to visit PROION.  Some discussions were done.  The visit was perfectly successful.

Mr. Franke, David Chou, Dieter Schorn, Robert Jann Taking a photo in front of PROION.
Mr. Franke, David Chou, Dieter Schorn, Robert Jann
Taking a photo in front of PROION.
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