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Luigi Borzacchini

Posts: 43
Registered: 12/3/04
[HM] Help for two PhD students
Posted: Nov 11, 2003 4:23 AM
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Dear HM-ers

this message is for members in the area of Princeton.

Two PhD students of mine are studying about John von Neumann and must spend
some months in USA between the IAS of Princeton and the Library of Congress
to look for documents. They need somebody in the area who could be their
reference and foster their introduction in those institutions.
Is there somebody so kind to help them?

The sky is grey and the weather is rainy, but today is St. Martin: this
evening 'panzerotti' and 'vino novello'!
Best wishes

Luigi Borzacchini
Dept. of Mathematics, University of Bari.
via E.Orabona 4, 70125 Bari, Italy
tel. 0805442654, fax 0805442722
e-mail: gibi@pascal.dm.uniba.it
home-page: http://www.dm.uniba.it/~psiche





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