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   Program Committee:
Simon R. Blackburn
(Royal Holloway, University of London)
Carlos Cid
(Royal Holloway, University of London)
Jintai Ding
(University of Cincinnati)
Jean-Charles Faugere
(Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6)
Martin Kreuzer
(University of Passau)
Alexei Miasnikov
(Stevens Institute of Technology)
Chris Peikert
(Georgia Institute of Technology)
Ludovic Perret
(Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6)


   Organizing Committee:
Bob Gilman
(Stevens Institute of Technology)
Alex Myasnikov
(Stevens Institute of Technology)
Alexander Ushakov
(Stevens Institute of Technology )
Susanne Wetzel
(Stevens Institute of Technology )


   Contact Information:
Alex Myasnikov
email:   amyasnik    
phone: (201) 216-8598


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Seminars are broadcast via Steven's Wimba connection, where users may interact, ask questions, and write on whiteboards etc. We ask you to use headphones in order to avoid echo effects. You might also like to have a microphone -- you can buy reasonably cheap headsets which have a small microphone attached from Staples/OfficeMax type stores. Presenters may find it more convinient to use a pen tablet. Basic tablets are relatively inexpensive and more than enough for online presentations.

You would need a web browser, Macromedia Flash Player and Java v.1.4 to participate in Wimba online meetings. These are all standard packages and there is a good chance that you already have it installed on your computer. No other special software required. For more details on the system requirements click here. When you connect to the meeting, it will automatically test your system for compatibility and install missing pieces of software. We would like to ask you to input your full name (first and last) to avoid confusion of haveing people registered under one name.

Wimba software is intuitive and easy to use. A basic participants guide is available here. Presenters guide available here.

Presenters guide.

Participants guide.

Wimba information and manuals

World time zone map


For information on the website or other questions please contact
Alex Myasnikov:
(201) 216-8598
Stevens Institute of Technology
Hoboken, NJ