Once again we gave software awards to a few graduate students in recognition of their contributions to the meeting.  The awards consisted of single-user, licensed copies of Mathematica, Maple, MatLab, and Scientific Workplace, the latter including a copy of MuPAD.  These powerful tools for scientific research were kindly provided by the manufacturers:  Wolfram Research, Maplesoft, MathWorks, and MacKichan Software, respectively.  We thank each of these benefactors for their generous support!

Student copies of Maple 13 were given to:  Tomohiro Abe, Nagoya University; Marko Djuric, Brown University; Jesus Escobar
(with Pierre Ramond standing in for Sydney Meshkov) and Chris Pankow (with Sergey Klimenko standing in for Arnold Perlmutter), University of Florida.

MatLab was awarded to Stephen Hoover, UCLA.

Scientific Workplace and MuPAD were presented to Junya Yoshida,
Nagoya University.

Mathematica was presented to Mustafa Sarisaman, University of Miami.

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