Sabine Kurjo McNeill
“ After having studied mathematics and computing, I diagnosed software at CERN, Geneva. On duty trip to California, I suffered a serious car accident which caused me to become an event organiser, web publisher, online activist and software designer. ”
After having studied in Germany and worked at the European Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, I came to London in 1981. I organised weekly events that continue till this day at St. James's Piccadilly as well as larger conferences.
At the House of Lords and Commons I have been organising meetings called "Forum for Stable Currencies".
Since 1996 I have practised "software aided thinking" with the outcome of three most fundamental software methods:
** a new approach to analysing digital images for "measuring visually"
** layering multi-dimensional data for improved visual interpretation
** forecasting time series at any interval.
"3D Metrics" is thus my "professional life with zest" while the "Forum for Stable Currencies" is my "social life with meaning".