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MOGC: Call for Mathematica Graphics

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  • Subject: [mg69992] MOGC: Call for Mathematica Graphics
  • From: Kosaku Nagasaka <nagasaka at main.h.kobe-u.ac.jp>
  • Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2006 06:48:32 -0400 (EDT)

Dear Mathematica users,

         MOGC 2006 Call for Mathematica Graphics
      (MOGC: Mathematica Open Graphics Competition)

MOGC 2006 is an event held by Japan Mathematica Users Group.
Its exhibition will be at Tokyo Big Sight as a part of Japan
Mathematica Conference 2006 held by Wolfram Research.

        "Speak coming graphics, with/in/of MOGC!"

* WebSite: http://www.jp-mathusers.org/mogc/
* Deadline: 24th, November 2006 (JST)
* Exhibition on the Internet: 27th, November - 12th, December
* Exhibition at Tokyo Big Sight: 12th, December (@JMC2006)

MOGC is partly supported by the following companies and groups:
* Wolfram Research Inc.
* Wolfram Research Asia Ltd.
* Mathematica Forum
* Hewlett-Packard Japan, Ltd.
* StudioPhones

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any question or
interest. Our official contact address is Secretariat of Japan
Mathematica Users Group: info at jp-mathusers.org. Moreover, replying
to mathgroup or sending emails to my address are also welcome.
Please include "MOGC" for your subject field.

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