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Hi Steve,
Could you post the following message to MathGroup this week?

Thanks!

From: Worldwide Mathematica Conference Organizing Group To:
mathgroup@smc.vnet.net
<conference98@wolfram.com>
Reply-to: conference98@wolfram.com
Subject: [mg11878] Worldwide Mathematica Conference--Update

Plans for the Worldwide Mathematica Conference to celebrate the tenth
anniversary of Mathematica are progressing rapidly.  The conference is
being held in Chicago on June 18-21.  For more details visit
http://www.wolfram.com/conference98.

As of today, confirmed featured speakers include:

+ Bruno Buchberger, "Theorema: Theorem Proving for the Masses Using
Mathematica" 
+ Perry Cook, "Creating New Kinds of Music with Mathematica"  + Steve
Christensen, "Mathematica and the History of Scientific Computing" 
+ Richard Crandall, "Breaking Records with Mathematica"  + Mitchell
Feigenbaum, "The Interplay Between Analytics and Numerics in
Mathematical Discovery" 
+ Michael Foale, "The Rotational Dynamics of Mir"  + Theodore W. Gray,
"How Mathematica Will Define the Future of Interactive Documents" 
+ Andrew Odlyzko, "The Influence of Modern Technology on Scientific
Research and Communication: How Much, and How Fast?"  + William Shaw,
"Mathematica and the Future of Derivatives Pricing"  + Keith Stroyan,
"Will Yesterday's Calculus Education Survive Mathematica?" 
+ Jerry Uhl, "Mathematica and the New Era in College Education"  + Stan
Wagon, "How Mathematica Has Revolutionized Our Understanding of
Mathematics" 
+ Stephen Wolfram, "Mathematica: Past, Present, and Future" and "Preview
of 'A New Kind of Science'"

We look forward to seeing you at the conference!

Worldwide Mathematica Conference Organizing Group

P.S. Please note that hotels in Chicago around the time of the
conference are filling up rapidly, so please register soon and get
special conference discount rates.  (For registration information visit
http://www.wolfram.com/conference98.)




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