Mar 07, 2006
Dear members of EUROPT,
subsequenly please find two valuable announcements which
friends and a members of EUROPT sent:
One on a webinar at McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada,
and the other one about Cebit2006 Ukrainian IASA exibition.
Thanks to the senders Brenda Morrison, Prof. Tamas
Terlaky and Prof. Alexander Makarenko, respectively.
With best wishes,
McMaster University is organizing a live Webinar for students
interested in pursuing graduate studies in computational
engineering and science.
We would appreciate it if you would print the attached flyer and
post it in an area frequented by senior-level undergraduate and
graduate students who may be interested in participating. We
would also encourage you to notify individual students or campus
associations by forwarding this email directly on to them.
The Webinar Wednesday, March 15, 7 p.m. EST will include
presentations by Dr. Tamás Terlaky (Director of McMaster’s
new School of Computational Engineering and Science;
Professor, Computing and Software; Canada Research Chair
in Optimization) and Dr. Allison B. Sekuler Special Advisor to
the Dean (Research and External Relations), Faculty of Science,
Professor, Department of Psychology, McMaster University; and Canada
Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience).
Together they will discuss and take questions regarding graduate study
opportunities at the McMaster School of Computational Engineering and
If you have any question please contact me directly.
Thank you for your assistance.
Brenda Morrison, Administrator
School of Computational Engineering and Science
Administrator, McMaster University
School of Computational Engineering & Science
1280 Main St. West, ITB 113
Hamilton, ON L8S 4K1
Phone: 905-525-9140, Ext 26598
I suppose to represent the development of Institute for Applied System
Analysis at National Technical Uiversity of Ukraine (KPI)
at CeBIT 2006 (09- 15 March, Hall 8, Stand C16).
I invite you to attend our exposition (of course if you will be at
CeBIT and if you will have the possibility)
Sincerely yours Professor Alexander Makarenko
- Webinar at McMaster University