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[Final Call] ACA-2004 Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra

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  • Subject: [mg48962] [Final Call] ACA-2004 Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
  • From: tranqn at hal.lamar.edu (Quoc-Nam Tran)
  • Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 02:58:33 -0400 (EDT)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Dear Mathematica Users,

This is a special invitation to Mathematica's users for attending the
"Tenth International Conference for Applications of Computer Algebra
(ACA-2004), where researchers on Computer Algebra will converge in
Beaumont, Texas on July 21-23, 2004.

Dr. Roger Germudsson, the Director for Research & Development of
Wolfram Research Inc.(maker of Mathematica), will deliver a keynote
talk on new development of Mathematica at the conference.

Also, you will receive a 40% off discount for hotel reservation if you
do so by  July 7, 2004. More information about this conference can be
found at
http://buchberger.cs.lamar.edu/ACA2004.


Sincerely,
-- 
============================================================
Quoc-Nam Tran, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

General Chair, The 10th International Conference for
           Applications of Computer Algebra (ACA-2004)
           (http://buchberger.cs.lamar.edu/ACA2004)
               
Department of Computer Science    Tel: (409) 880 7995
Lamar (Texas State) University    P.O. Box 10056
Beaumont, TX 77710        E-mail: tranqn at hal.lamar.edu
URL: http://symbolic.cs.lamar.edu/~qntran
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