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From: David Stewart <>
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 10:06:09 -0600
Subject: SCADE 1993 picture - request for help in indentifying participants

I have an annotated group photo of the people at the first SCADE meeting
in 1993 in Auckland. I know some of the people in the picture, but far
from all, and some I have a good idea, but I'm not sure.

If you have xfig (or equivalent) you could update the .fig file directly
and send it to me; or you could just have a look at the PDF file
to see if you can find some familiar faces.

Where to find the files: for the PDF file; for the .fig &
jpeg files

Thanks already to a number of people for identifying people in the picture:
Alvise Sommariva
Laurent Jay
Kendall Atkinson (for keeping his copy of the conference photo)

-- David Stewart
Dept Mathematics, University of Iowa


From: Endre Suli <>
Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2007 10:54:33 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: 13th Leslie Fox Prize, Oxford: Final Call

>> Deadline for submissions: 31 January 2007 <<

The Thirteenth Leslie Fox Prize meeting will take place on

Friday, June 22nd 2007
at the Oxford University Computing Laboratory.

Entries for the Thirteenth Leslie Fox Prize competition should now be
submitted. Any person who was less than 31 years old on 1 January 2007
and has not already won a first prize is eligible. Each entry should
consist of a paper, describing some of the candidate's research, that is
suitable for a 40-minute lecture at a numerical analysis symposium.
Whether or not the work has been published or accepted for publication
is irrelevant, but no person may submit more than one paper. Candidates
from previous competitions are encouraged to enter.

The entries will be considered by the Adjudicating Committee:

Endre Suli (University of Oxford, Chairman),
Andrew Stuart (University of Warwick),
Nick Higham (University of Manchester).

Particular attention will be given to the originality and quality of each
paper, and to the suitability of the material for a 40-minute talk to a
general audience of numerical analysts. Papers will be selected by the
Committee by mid-April 2007, for presentation at the Leslie Fox Prize
meeting. Only the papers that are presented at the symposium will be
eligible for awards but, subject to this restriction, the Adjudicating
Committee may award any number of first and second prizes.

- Entries should be received, by the Chairman, by January 31st 2007,
either electronically as a PostScript or a PDF file or as three
hard copies by regular mail. [Email: ]

- Each candidate should include a statement of her/his year of birth
and should indicate that she/he would be available to present her/his
paper at the symposium.

- A joint paper may be submitted by an individual candidate provided that
it is accompanied by a statement from the co-authors agreeing to the
submission and detailing the contribution of the candidate to the paper.

- Travel funds are not generally available to assist candidates who attend
the symposium.

- The receipt of all entries will be acknowledged.

Any question on this notice should be addressed to a member of the
Adjudicating Committee.


From: "C.Roos" <>
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 16:20:22 +0100
Subject: Prize Competition for Young Researchers in Continuous Optimization


Second Mathematical Programming Society International Conference on Continuous
Optimization ICCOPT II (McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, August 12-17,

Submissions are invited for a special session at ICCOPT II dedicated to papers
authored by young researchers.

The submitted papers should be in the area of continuous optimization and
satisfy one of the following three criteria:
a) passed the first round of normal refereeing process in an open journal;
b) published in the year of 2005 or after (including forthcoming);
c) certified by a thesis advisor or postdoctoral mentor as a well-polished
paper that is ready for submission to an open journal.

Papers can be single-authored or multi-authored, subject to the following
d) Each paper must have at least one principal author who was under age 30 on
January 1, 2003 and has not earned a Ph.D before that date. In case of joint
authorship involving senior researchers (i.e., those who fail both the age
test and the Ph.D. test), one senior author must certify the pivotal role and
the principal contribution of the qualifying author in the work. The Selection
Committee will decide on questions on eligibility in exceptional cases.

The selection criteria will be based solely on the quality of the paper,
including originality of results and potential impact.

The following items are required for submission:
A) the paper for consideration;
B) a brief description of the contribution (limited to 2 pages)
C) a statement about the status of the paper: not submitted, under review,
accepted, or published (when) in a journal;
D) a certification of the principal author's eligibility in terms of age and
Ph.D. (by the first author's advisor or department chair);
E) in case of joint authorship involving a senior researcher, a certification
by the latter individual about the qualifying author's pivotal role and
principal contribution.

The deadline for submission is April 7, 2007.

Submission should be sent electronically in Adobe Acrobat pdf format, to the
Chair of the Selection Committee, Professor Kees Roos, email address:

Up to 4 papers will be selected; the selected papers will be featured in a
dedicated session in ICCOPT II; travel expenses of the first authors of the
selected papers will be partially paid for by the Conference. If a selected
paper has not been published nor submitted for publication, the author(s) will
be invited to submit the paper for publication in the special Mathematical
Programming, Series B issue of ICCOPT papers, which will be subject to the
usual review of a Mathematical Programming paper.

Selection Committee:
* "Kees Roos" <> (chair)
* "Arnold Neumaier" <>
* "Levent. Tuncel" <>
* "Yinyu Ye " <>
* "Akiko Yoshise" <>
See also


From: Jorge Buitrago <>
Date: Mon, 8 Jan 2007 14:21:23 -0800 (PST)
Subject: RE: Fortran Vs. Matlab

In my NA class, my professor allows us to use any
language(Fortran, C, C++, Java, Maple, Matlab, etc.),
to do our work and my decision was to use Fortran on
the first part of the class and Matlab on the second
one. I decided to do it this way to help myself first
by learning how to efficiently program, from scratch,
the algorithms that appear in the book using Fortran,
and then by learning the nuts and bolts of a script
language like Matlab. I don't think I am loosing
anything with trying both (maybe I am wrong) instead
of learning just one of them.

Jorge Buitrago
Math Student. University of Houston


From: Paramasivam Jayachandran <jayachan@WPI.EDU>
Date: Mon, 8 Jan 2007 08:36:41 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Teaching students numerical methods

Dear Friends,

I have been reading the discussion on teaching students programming skills in
numerical methods. I have taught Structural Dynamics, Matrix Structural
Analysis and Stress Analysis by FEM for civil and structural engineers during
the last 30 years. I also work with consulting structural engineers, who have
designed the tallest buildings in LA, St.Louis, Hoouston, Dallas, New Orleans
and Washington DC. In all these cases, we mainly used FEM software developed
at UC-Berkeley, MIT and Lawrence Livermore. SAP4, STRUDL, DRAIN2D and ANSR1
are examples. Most of these codes are mainly in Fortran 77 and 90 and C. C++
is used now in new software being developed.

I would certainly recommend C++ and Fortran 90 to be used in senior/graduate
level courses for implementing these FEM type algorithms. However, Visual
Basic is also being used in many schools in CS courses. I would agree with
Prof.Nick Negroponte that teaching merely Word and Excel is not very good for
young students. His new $100 PC for children in South America and Asia, uses
only Unix and Linux, which have C and Fortran, for free. IISc, Bangalore has
designed a $125 Simputer, which uses unix and linux. Simputer has text editors
and matlab like routines. This is also used by farmers to download weather

* McGuire, W and Gallagher, R.H., Matrix Structural Analysis, John Wiley,
* Wang, C.K. and Salmon, C.G., Introductory Structural Analysis, Prentice
Hall, 2004.
* Cook, R.D, Plesha, M., Concepts and Applications of FEM, John Wiley, 2005.

These books have algorithms, which can be easily programmed in Fortran and
C. The first book has Mastan2, software, in Fortran and C, which can be used
to analyze a tall building, aircraft or a submarine, including nonlinear and
inelastic dynamic analysis. Design follows easily, once you know the element
stress resultants (Forces). Also, my web page has some papers on tall building
design, using approximate methods of analysis. FEM analysis could be verified
using these. The shear-flexure cantilever models have been used since the
1940's to solve aircraft problems.

Best Regards,
Structural Engineering, CEE
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Worcester, Mass, 01609, USA


From: Robert van de Geijn <>
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 11:29:42 -0600
Subject: Of Fortran vs. Matlab, Notation, and Wikis

Since my comments on the subject of Fortran vs. Matlab are somewhat
long-winded, I have posted them at

Robert van de Geijn


From: "McCrory, Ute, Springer DE" <>
Date: Tue, 09 Jan 2007 17:43:26 +0100
Subject: Announcement: New book series Geometry and Computing

New book series
Geometry and Computing
Announcement and Call for Proposals

This book series is devoted to new developments in Geometry and Computation
and its Applications. It provides a scientific resource library for
education, research, and industry. The series constitutes a platform for
publication of latest research in Mathematics and Computer Science on topics
in this field.

Editors in Chief:

Herbert Edelsbrunner
Duke University, Durham, USA, and Raindrop Geomagic Inc.

Leif Kobbelt
RWTH Aachen, Germany

Konrad Polthier
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, and DFG Research Center MATHEON

For more information, please look at:


From: Marco Picasso <>
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 03:03:53 -0500
Subject: Conference - 60th birthday of Jacques Rappaz, September 2007


Conference on Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing
to celebrate the 60-th birthday of Professor Jacques Rappaz.

The conference will be held on September 6-7, 2007 at
the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland

The conference is sponsored by the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
and the Alcan company

Invited presentations will be given by :

Christine Bernardi, Paris, France
Franco Brezzi, Pavia, Italy
Gabriel Caloz, Rennes, France
Philippe Clement, Leiden, The Netherlands
Michel Crouzeix, Rennes, France
Michel Flueck, Lausanne, Switzerland
Roland Glowinski, Houston (TX), USA
Pierre-Alain Gremaud, Raleigh (NC), USA
Ralph Gruber, Lausanne, Switzerland
Takashi Kako, Tokyo, Japan
Jean-Claude Nedelec, Paris, France
John Osborn, College Park (MD), USA
Olivier Pironneau, Paris, France
Alfio Quarteroni, Lausanne, Switzerland
Pierre-Arnaud Raviart, Paris, France
Vidar Thomee, Goteborg, Sweden
Rachid Touzani, Clermont-Ferrand, France

Organizers of the event are :

G. Caloz, M. Flueck, M. Picasso, R. Touzani

There are no conference fees but registration is required.

See for details

We look forward to seeing you in Lausanne


From: "Prof. Rolf Jeltsch" <>
Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 16:33:54 +0100
Subject: ICIAM07 Early bird registration deadline 31 January 2007

International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics: ICIAM07
Zurich, 16 -20 July 2006

Extension of the 'Early bird registration' deadline to 31 January 2007

The deadline has been extended as the earlier deadline of 15 January
fell in a period where some Institution had been closed due to

Registering by this deadline saves you 120 CHF (45 CHF for a student)
on the registration fee. Note that your payment must be made by
*February 15*.

Information on all deadlines can be found at

To register, please,

- go to

If you have not been pre-registered you need first to pre-register
to obtain your login and password.


- log into your account
- click on "Registration (payment)"
- and follow the instructions

Note that we expect some 3500 participants and therefore it is good to
get accommodation early. This can be done when doing the final

With best regards Rolf Jeltsch
Congress Director ICIAM07


From: Marc Thiriet <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 14:38:34 +0100
Subject: Intl. Workshop on Modeling & Simulation in Health, Oct 2007

International workshop on "Modeling & Simulations in Health" (MSH'07)
October 22--25, 2007
National Taiwan University (NTU), Taipei, Taiwan

This workshop is aimed at providing an international forum for researchers
interested in medical simulation, especially for the improvement of medical
diagnosis, disease prevention, therapy strategy and prognosis.

This workshop will be held not only for the scientific exchange of idea, data,
and methods, to obtain feedback, to find synergies, and to establish contacts
but also in the spirit of answering to calls of the Framework Program 7 of the
European Union, largely open to non-EU countries.

In the continuation of the annual workshop of the ERCIM Working Group "IM2IM",
the meeting goal is to bring together researchers from diverse fields related
to medical simulation, such as medical simulation for therapy and training,
computational physiology, modeling of pathophysiological processes, tissue
growth, etc.

The workshop will take place on four days, October 22--25, 2007. It comprises
four scientific sessions, a half-day cultural event (D2, visit of the National
Palace Museum in Taipei with collections of the forbidden City in Beijing),
and a half-day devoted to the ERCIM Working Group "IM2IM" (D3).

The conference will focus on the following themes:
1. image processing, virtual reality in medicine and surgery
(medical simulators, computer-aided diagnosis, treatment planning),
2. image-based computational domains,
3. particle flow (blood microcirculation, aerosols),
4. cancer angiogenesis,
5. blood flow effects on heat transfer during cryotherapy and
radiofrequency ablation in tumors,
6. fluid-structure interaction and implanted medical devices (stent),
7. design and shape optimization of medical devices,
8. multiscale modeling for the blood vessel network,
9. experimental validation

The four sessions will a priori be organized using
the following classification:
1. theoretical modeling
2. numerical analysis and scientific computing
3. medical image processing and meshing
4. medical infographics, experiments.


From: Iain Duff <>
Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2007 12:48:24 GMT
Subject: CFP Euro-Par 2007, Topic 10 - Parallel Numerical Algorithms, Aug 2007

Euro-Par 2007 TOPIC 10 - Parallel Numerical Algorithms
IRISA, Rennes, France, August 28-31, 2007

Call for papers. Deadline: January 26, 2007.

This topic provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of new
developments in the area of parallel and distributed numerical methods.
All aspects of the design and implementation of parallel algorithms will
be addressed including issues of fundamental algorithms, software
design, complexity and performance on current parallel and
distributed architectures (including clusters and grids).
Methods for the solution of large linear systems are of particular
interest because of their widespread occurrence in many fields.
However, contributions dealing with new and improved parallel
and distributed algorithms in linear and nonlinear programming, numerical
quadrature, differential equations, fast transforms and nonlinear
systems are also welcome.

January 26: Full papers due. May 4 : Notification of acceptance
May 26: Camera-ready full papers and author registration due

Authors are invited to submit full papers (10 pages, Springer LNCS
style) to this topic. Full submission guidelines are available on the
conference website:
All accepted full papers will be published in the conference proceedings
in the Springer Verlag LNCS series.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE: Iain Duff, Global Chair, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK;
Michel Dayde, Local Chair, IRIT/INPT-ENSEEIHT, Toulouse, France; Anne Trefethen,
Vice Chair, Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford, UK; Matthias
Bollhoefer, Institute of Computational Mathematics, TU Braunschweig, Germany.


From: "T.Terlaky" <>
Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2007 06:14:29 -0500
Subject: Call for papers ICCOPT07 - MOPTA07, Aug 2007

The Second International Conference on Continuous Optimization
of the Mathematical Programming Society
August 12-16, 2007, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

SCOPE: ICCOPT is held every three years and is a forum for researchers
interested in all aspects of continuous optimization. ICCOPT-II will be held
together with MOPTA-07. The conference will be preceded by graduate-level
tutorials on nonlinear programming, modeling languages, and
applications. Information on the invited speakers, stream topics, etc. is now
available on the conference WEB page:

Distinguished researchers will give featured invited talks on topics
of wide interest. Confirmed invited speakers include:

Plenary presentations:
Larry Biegler, Carnegie Mellon: Optimization Methods for Process Design
Adrian Lewis, Cornell University: Nonconvex, Nonsmooth Optimization

Semiplenary presentations:
Mihai Anitescu, Argonne Natl Lab: Multi-physics Applications of Optimization
Jacek Gondzio, University of Edinburgh: Large Scale (Huge) Programming
Phil Gill, Univ California, San Diego: Numerical Linear Algebra & Optimization
Nick Gould, Oxford University: Implementations for Nonlinear Programming
Pablo Parrilo, MIT: Polynomial Optimization
Andrew Philpott, Univ Auckland: Application of Stochastic Optimization
to Electricity
Nick Sahinidis, University of Illinois: Optimization in Biology
Melvyn Sim, National University of Singapore: Robust Optimization
Katya Scheinberg , IBM, Yorktown: Derivative Free Methods
Hiroshi Yamashita, Mathematical Systems, Inc., Tokyo: Interior Point Methods
for NLP and NLSDP
Yinyu Ye, Stanford: Sensor Localization, Applications of Semidefinite

Each accepted paper will be allotted a 25 minutes talk. Authors wishing
to speak should submit an abstract via the conference WEB page.

Summer School application deadline: April 16, 2007.
Deadline for abstract submission: April 30, 2007.
Deadline for poster abstract submission: May 28, 2007.
Deadline for early registration: May 28, 2007.
Summer School for graduate students: August 11-12, 2007

We are looking forward to welcoming you at
ICCOPT-II / MOPTA-07, August 2007 in Hamilton at McMaster University.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee
Tamás Terlaky, (Chair, McMaster University)
Henry Wolkowicz,,
(Chair program committee, U. Waterloo)
Please send inquiries to: Janet Delsey <>


Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 14:04:38 -0600
Subject: Conf. on Computational & Math. Methods in Science & Eng, Jun 2007

June 20-23, 2007
Illinois Institute of Technology
Chicago, Illinois

* Extended abstracts of up to 11 pages will be published in the
Proceedings and selected articles of the highest quality will be
published in special issues of several journals.

* Plenary Speakers:
-H.T. Banks North Carolina State University
-Achi Brandt University of California-Los Angeles
& Weizmann Institute
-Peter Forsyth University of Waterloo
-Linda Petzold University of California, Santa Barbara
-George Papanicolaou Stanford University
-Joseph Pasciak Texas A & M University
-Jinchao Xu Pennsylvania State University

* General Chairs:
-Prof. J. Vigo Aguiar, University of Salamanca, Spain
-Prof. B. A. Wade, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

* Dates:
Deadline for proposing Special Sessions: April 18, 2007
Deadline for extended abstract submission: May 18, 2007
Deadline to register: June 1, 2007
Email to:, or


From: Daniel Lesnic <>
Date: Mon, 8 Jan 2007 11:30:35 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: Industrial inverse problems workshop/sandpit, Mar 2007

Announcement of Industrial Inverse Problems Workshop/Sandpit, University
of Leeds, 19-20 March 2007

The purpose of the meeting is for industrialists and academics to identify
inverse problems of common interest. The pragmatics of solving industrial
(real-world) inverse problems has been addressed in Inverse Problems 15 (1999)

The Workshop/Sandpit will follow the format of presentations from industry by
way of introducing the problems on the first day, followed by intensive work
on the problems by groups (academic and industrial) during the next day.

The workshop will be facilitated by the Industrial Mathematics Knowledge
Transfer Network.

As an outcome of this activity it is hoped that a rapport between academics
and industrialists will be established and cemented through possible grant
proposals for PhD Studentships / CASE Awards and Post-docs to be submitted to
the EPSRC or to other foundations.

Academic participation is open to all members of the inverse problems
community or related subjects, including postgraduate students, for whom the
proposed activity provides an excellent training in oriented research.

Please note that there are no fees to be charged for participating at the

So far, the provisional programme includes the following industrial talks:
* Andrew Fellerman (Nexia Solutions Limited) - "Modelling challenges facing
the nuclear industry"
* Brian Cattle (Nexia Solutions Limited) - "Tomographic techniques in the
nuclear industry"
* Edward Bullard (Dexela Limited) - "Iterative methods for 3D reconstruction
of digital breast tomosynthesis images"
* David Gelder (Pilkington Glass) - "Parameter estimation in reaction
diffusion problems involving ionic species with limited data"
* Manuchehr Soleimani (Wlliam Lee Innovation Centre) - "State of the art
EIT/ECT/MIT imaging algorithms, future directions and challenges"

Any suggestions for further industrial speakers on the subject are

To register for the workshop, academics and industrialists are invited to
send their contact details to:

Dr. Daniel Lesnic
Department of Applied Mathematics,
University of Leeds,
Leeds LS2 9JT, UK.
tel: +44-(0)113-3435181,
fax: +44-(0)113-3435090


From: Jacques Henry <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 13:32:55 +0100
Subject: Positions at INRIA

INRIA offers positions in scientific computing, automatic control and
computer science.
It includes modeling and simulation in Biology.

Jacques Henry
Institut de Mathématiques - MAB
INRIA Futurs - Bordeaux (équipe Anubis)


From: "Prof. Heinz W. Engl" <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 18:05:17 +0100 (CET)
Subject: PostDoc Position at RICAM (Linz, Austria)

Postdoc Position at the Inverse Problems Group of the
Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM),
Austrian Academy of Sciences, Linz, Austria

The "Inverse Problems Group", led by Prof.Heinz W. Engl, is
searching for a PostDoc with a strong background in inverse problems or
related fields. The research focus will be adjusted
according to the interests of the successful candidate. Cooperations with
other groups at RICAM, e.g., Optimization and Control, Mathematical
Finance, Computational Methods for Direct Field Problems, Mathematical
Imaging are strongly encouraged.

A doctorate in mathematics or a closely related field is required. The
working language is English. The initial contract can be for up to three
years, a renewal for three more years is possible depending on achievements.

RICAM is a research institute which went into operation on January 1, 2003,
and currently has about 60 scientific employees (from 15 countries) in
seven areas:
Computational Methods for Direct Field Problems, Inverse Problems,
Optimization and Optimal Control, Symbolic Computing, Analysis of Partial
Differential Equations, Mathematical Finance, Mathematical Imaging.
The inverse problems group has 19 scientific members.

The institute is housed on the campus of the Johannes Kepler University in
Linz, a town of about 240.000 on the Danube, very close to the Austrian
Alps, and half-way between Vienna and Salzburg. Further information is
available under:

Applications with personal and scientific data, copies of relevant documents
and a statement about scientific interests and achievements should be sent,
preferably by email, to

Postal address:
Prof. Dr. Heinz W. Engl
Altenbergerstrasse 69
A-4040 Linz, Austria

The Austrian Academy of Sciences is an equal opportunity employer.


From: Filip Lefebre <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 11:01:34 -0500
Subject: Postdoc position in air pollution data assimilation

VITO’s research group “Modelling of Atmospheric Processes” invites
applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in data assimilation for
urban- to regional-scale air quality modelling. The focus will be on
implementing a data assimilation scheme in an existing deterministic air
quality model, using both ground-based and remotely sensed data as input,
and leading to a demonstrably improved air quality model. The research will
include participation in several EU and ESA funded collaborative projects,
and will also involve providing guidance to PhD students.

Applicants should have (or hope to obtain soon) a PhD in physics,
mathematics, atmospheric science, or engineering, and have experience with
data assimilation techniques (though not necessarily in the context of
atmospheric modelling). A good programming experience is required, as is the
ability to manipulate large computer codes in a Linux/Unix environment.

The post is full-time and for a fixed term of two years, and will be based
in Belgium at the Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO, in collaboration with the University
of Antwerp. Interested candidates are requested to send an application
letter, together with a CV (incl. publication list) and name, address,
telephone number, and email of two references, to:

Dr Koen De Ridder
Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO)
Centre for Integrated Environmental Studies
Boeretang 200, B-2400 Mol, Belgium,

or electronically to The deadline for submitting
applications is 10 February 2007, or until the position is filled. More
information can be obtained from


From: navon <>
Date: Mon, 08 Jan 2007 12:46:34 -0500
Subject: PhD in inverse problems, data assimilation at Florida State University

Graduate doctoral position in inverse problems, data
assimilation at Florida State University

Florida State University
School of Computational Science

We invite applications for a graduate student in a NSF research
assistant doctoral position in the School of Computational Science
who is interested in completing a thesis in data assimilation. The
overall goal of the project is to develop general
computational tools, and associated software, for assimilation of
real life measurements into 2-D and 3-D fluid dynamics transport
models. Key technologies the student will gain exposure to include
adjoint modeling, optimization, parallel
computing, and advanced numerical methods.

The applicants should have exposure and research interests in
computational science, numerical analysis, parallel computing or
optimization. Basic knowledge
of inverse problems is a strong plus. Review of applications will begin
immediately and continue until the position is filled. Florida State is an
equal opportunity employer. Women and
members of minority groups are especially encouraged to apply.

For more information please contact:

Ionel Michael Navon, Prof. Phone: (850) 644-6560
School of Computational Science, Fax: (850) 644-0098
FSU Email:
School of Computational Science, Tallahassee, FL 32306-4120 URL:

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