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Hey this sounds very good!!!:)

Thanks Sebastian for your initiative!!!

Gabriela


Quoting Sebastian Ventrone <[log in to unmask]>:

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> Yes, I am pleased for the local infectious disease UVM group to show this
> amount of interest. Thanks for letting us know of the cancelled meeting.
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> regards,
> Sebastian Ventrone
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> Senior Technical Staff Member
> CMOS Foundry Logic/Foundry IP Chair
>  IBM Microelectronics
>  Phone: (802)-769-6118,  Fax: (802) 769-6206  Tieline: 8-446-6118
>  E-Mail: stv @ us.ibm.com
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> Thank you for this, Sebastian.  It's exciting to imagine where this
> project might lead.  Your contact initiatives and ideas are really
> constructive.
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> UVM is closed now, and there was no meeting tonight in any case.
>
> Travel safe, everyone, and enjoy the powder!!
>
> [To our U. of Arizona friends:  we are in the midst of an amazingly
> prolific snowstorm - imagine powdered sugar being shaken on pancakes by
> someone really hungry and with a very sweet tooth.
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> One of these days, we'd love to hear from you folks, especially what has
> motivated so many of you to join our list.]
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> Best wishes to all,
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> Alison
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> Sebastian Ventrone wrote:
>> With the snow storm tonight, most likely, will be staying put.
>>
>> Some additional inputs
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>> 1. IBM Waste/Water engineers have expressed in interest in re-viewing
>> future student engineering efforts involving water treatment.
>>
>> 2. The UVM department of infectious disease has also expressed interest
>> in being involved with this effort. They already are
>> involved with clean water type programs around the globe, and would be
>> an excellent local resource to bring into this topic. I am in the process
>> of gathering the contacts, and some background of existing efforts.
>>
>>
>>
>> regards,
>> Sebastian Ventrone
>>
>> Senior Technical Staff Member
>> CMOS Foundry Logic/Foundry IP Chair
>> IBM Microelectronics
>> Phone: (802)-769-6118, Fax: (802) 769-6206 Tieline: 8-446-6118
>> E-Mail: stv @ us.ibm.com
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> --
> Alison Pechenick, Lecturer
> Department of Computer Science
> College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences
> 351 Votey Hall
> University of Vermont
> Burlington, VT 05405
> (802)656-2547
> http://www.cems.uvm.edu/~apecheni
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-- 
Gabriela Garay
CS Graduate Student Senator
CSSA Secretary
SWE Membership Chair
IEEE-ACM Member

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