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andrey shilnikov <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 8 Sep 2010 11:40:25 -0400
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Hi Predrag

-I am glad that you like the new place.
as for contacts  - absolutely
invite us over there and will come.
> Hi Guys,
> I am so happy that SwIG is alive and well at GSU. I hope you will forgive me for
> betraying you and moving down to Augusta State.
> http://www.aug.edu/mcs/
> I have already a few small gigs going on but I need your help with the
> weekly department seminar. The seminar is general character (colloquium type) as
> we have mishmash department with no critical mass of people interested in any particular
> area of mathematics. It meets usually on Friday at 1:00 PM but we have some flexibility and
> could at least reschedule for 3:00 PM even for the other day. I would like some of you (Andrey,
> Igor, Rob, Mike, Vladimir or your students) to come down there and give talks. We will probably
> at least be able to reimburse you for gas money and provide you with a free lunch.
> In particular Andrey and Rob could also talk after the seminar about newly established
> Neuroscience Institute at GSU and the opportunities for graduate studies at GSU for the
> students of Augusta State. The same goes for Mike or the new director of graduate studies at
> math department who could talk about GSU opportunities for graduate studies.
> It is a win-win situation for both places our students will get opportunity for graduate studies
> and you will be able to recruit some domestic students for your graduate program for which
> we could provide with the detailed background information.
> We have also good relations with people at the University of South Carolina Aiken so they will
> definitely come to seminar as well as their students. You should also expect to see people
> from Medical College of Georgia.
> Cheers,
> Predrag Punosevac
> P.S. The SwIG web-site is still up but little bit neglected http://www2.gsu.edu/~matpxp/SwIG/swig.html
> as I am no longer in Atlanta. It would be very good if one of Grad Students take it over. I already
> reactivated the Computer Machinery Users' Group at AUG so people (graduate students in particular)
> are welcome to give computer related talks as well.