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1998 Mathematica Visiting Scholar Grant Applications

Wolfram Research, Inc. proudly announces that applications are now being
accepted for the 1998 Mathematica Visiting Scholar Grant Program. Since
1995, many researchers, scientists, and developers from around the
world have received Visiting Scholar Grants.

Mathematica Visiting Scholar Grants are awarded to professionals working
on Mathematica-related projects that Wolfram Research believes will
make a dramatic impact in the grant recipients' chosen fields or have
potential commercial value. Wolfram Research is committed to working
with a variety of technical professionals in order to serve both
corporate and academic communities in engineering, finance, physics,
mathematics, and other specializations. 

Projects eligible for consideration include the following.
 * Application packages
 * High school and/or college courseware
 * Mathematica-related books and textbooks
 * Significant contributions to the MathSource library of Mathematica 
 * Other Mathematica-related projects 

Grant recipients are invited to spend up to eight weeks at Wolfram
Research's corporate headquarters in Champaign, Illinois, to work
toward the completion of their projects. During this time, visiting
scholars have the opportunity to consult directly with Wolfram Research
staff, as well as to collaborate with other grant recipients.

Wolfram Research provides a fellowship to cover travel expenses and
offers living arrangements, office space, and the use of a Windows or
Macintosh computer during the visit. Each grant recipient also receives
a copy of the Mathematica software package on the recipient's platform
of choice.

The deadline for applications for the 1998 Mathematica Visiting Scholar
Grants is February 27, 1998. Each recipient's visit must be completed
by April 1, 1999.

To find more information or to fill out an online application, please
visit the Visiting Scholar Grant Program web pages at or email

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