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Old   October 22, 2001, 07:09
Default PHOENICS Conference, 23-27 Sept 2002, Moscow
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Peter Spalding
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FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

Announcing the 9th International PHOENICS Users Conference, organised by CHAM in conjunction with the Science Service Center (SSC), Moscow Power Engineering Institute, to be held from 23rd to 27th September 2002.

The conference programme will include papers from PHOENICS users from all over the world as well as presentations from CHAM regarding "special-interest" features of PHOENICS.

There will also be instruction course sessions and a poster session alongside the oral presentation sessions, plus an exhibition area with stands displaying related third-party software.

For those of you with "accompanying persons", a social program will be arranged for those who do not wish to attend the technical sessions.

If you would like to make either an oral or poster presentation at the conference, please send a short abstract, in English, as soon as possible to the relevant address below:

For Russian participants:

Prof A S Dmitriev, Science Service Center Ltd (SSC), office 1-102, Krasnokasarmennaya Str 14, Moscow 111250, Russia, Tel: +7 (0)95 362 7360,+7 (0)95 362 7933, Fax: +7 (0)95 918 1469, Email: das@ssc.ru

Or for participants from other countries:

Mrs S K Stevens, 34 rue Victor Hugo, Veules les Roses, Seine Maritime 76980, France, Tel: +33 (0)2 45 57 90 12, Fax: +33 (0)2 35 57 90 14, Email: sks894460@aol.com
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