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Research Fellow in Network Science and Big Data Analysis (LASAGNE Project)« Main page

Research Fellow in Network Science and Big Data Analysis (LASAGNE Project)
University of Birmingham -School Of Computer Science

Starting salary is £27,854 a year in a range up to £36,298 a year, with potential progression to £38,522 a year.

Post is available for up to 27 Months

A Postdoctoral Research Fellow position is available within the EU-funded project “Multi-layer Spatio-temporal Generalized Networks (LASAGNE)” in the group of Dr. Mirco Musolesi at the School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.

The goal of this project is to investigate models, algorithms, systems and tools for multi-dimensional network analysis extracted from massive data sets.

This is an exciting opportunity for conducting ground-breaking interdisciplinary research at the interface between large-scale data (“big data”) analysis and complex networks/network science.

To apply you must hold a first degree in the areas of Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Electronic Engineering or a related discipline, and normally, a PhD relevant to the research area or equivalent qualifications. Also, you should have demonstrated your research competence through high-quality and high-impact publications in top conferences and journals in one (or more) of the following areas: data mining, machine learning, large-scale data processing and systems, and/or complex networks/network science.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr. Mirco Musolesi (http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~musolesm/).

Closing date: 11 July 2013

More details at this URL: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AGS708/research-fellow-in-network-science-and-big-data-analysis-lasagne-project/


Mirco Musolesi
School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham
Edgbaston B15 2TT Birmingham, United Kingdom
Web: http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~musolesm

Research Assistant Position on Indoor Localization and Navigation« Main page

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Sunday 3rd July 2013.

Research Assistant Position on Indoor Localization and Navigation

Grade 7; Salary: £29,541 – £36,298

A position funded by the EPSRC project: Digital Personhood: Being There:
Human and Robots in Public Spaces (HARPS) has arisen in Dr. Niki Trigoni and Dr. Andrew Markham’s group. It is in collaboration with researchers at the Universities of Oxford, Exeter, Bath, London (Queen Mary) and Bristol.

Applicants must have (or shortly be expecting to obtain) a PhD in Computer Science or a closely related field, and should include a supporting statement, summarizing how they would contribute to the project. Priority will be given to candidates who can strengthen and/or broaden existing activities of the Oxford Sensor Networks group.

The primary selection criteria are a strong background and knowledge of sensor networks with particular focus on localization, supported by a track record of relevant publications, and ability and willingness to participate
in the development of real sensor systems. Candidates with prior experience in embedded systems, digital signal processing and estimation in the context of localization are especially encouraged to apply. Any queries about the post should be addressed to Niki.Trigoni@cs.ox.ac.uk and Andrew.Markham@cs.ox.ac.uk.


The post, which is a full time appointment, is funded by EPRSC and is available for up to 3 years. The salary is on the University grade 07S scale (currently £29,541 to £36,298). This includes membership of the University Superannuation Scheme (USS) and has an annual leave entitlement of 38 days per year (inclusive of all public holidays and university closed periods).


The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Sunday 3rd July 2013.


For further details and to apply please visit:
https://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=108184
and

http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/news/648-full.html

Research Assistant Position on Autonomous and Intelligent Sensing Systems« Main page

Grade 7; Salary: £29,541 – £36,298

Posted: 29th May 2013

Department of Computer Science Research Assistant Position on Autonomous and Intelligent Sensing Systems
Grade 7; Salary: £29,541 – £36,298

A position funded by the EPSRC project: Intelligent Workspace Acquisition, Comprehension and Exploitation for Mobile Autonomy in Infrastructure Denied Environments has arisen in Dr. Niki Trigoni’s group, in collaboration with Prof. Paul Newman and Dr. Ingmar Posner at the Department of Engineering Science.
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Applicants must have (or shortly be expecting to obtain) a PhD in Computer Science or a closely related field, and should include a supporting statement, summarizing how they would contribute to the project. Priority­­­­­­ will be given to candidates who can strengthen and/or broaden existing activities of the Oxford Sensor Networks group.

The primary selection criteria are a strong background and knowledge of sensor networks and/or robotics, supported by a track record of relevant publications, and ability and willingness to participate in the development of software for real sensor/robotic systems. Candidates with prior experience in robot planning and coordination under uncertainty, or distributed control of mobile networks to increase connectivity and sensing coverage, are especially encouraged to apply. Any queries about the post should be addressed to Niki.Trigoni@cs.ox.ac.uk


The post, which is a full time appointment, is funded by EPRSC and is available for up to 3 years. The salary is on the University grade 07S scale (currently £29,541 to £36,298). This includes membership of the University Superannuation Scheme (USS) and has an annual leave entitlement of 38 days per year (inclusive of all public holidays and university closed periods).


The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 3rd July 2013.


For further details see documents below and to apply please visit:
https://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=108182

Open Ph.D. Student position at Institute of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics« Main page

The research group "Communication and Distributed Systems" at the Institute of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics" at the "University of Bern" has an open Ph.D. student position.  
We expect very good knowledge in the following areas: 

  • Mobile telecommunication systems, e.g., UMTS, LTE
  • (Future) Internet architecture and protocols 
  • Cloud computing
  • Distributed systems

We expect contributions to teaching such as co-supervising Bachelor and Master theses and teaching assistant activities in Bachelor and Master courses, for which good knowledge in understanding and speaking of German language is appreciated. 
Requirements:

  • Master Degree in Computer Science (or Natural Sciences or Engineering Sciences, if the candidate has strong background in Computer Science)
  • very good programming knowledge in C/C++ and/or Java
  • very good knowledge with operating systems, in particular Linux
  • strong experience with network simulators

Complete applications including CV, certificates and transcripts from Bachelor and Master studies, as well as publications (Master thesis and papers) can be sent in a single PDF file as soon as possible to 
Prof. Dr. Torsten Braun
E-Mail: braun@iam.unibe.ch
The position will be open until an appropriate candidate has been found. The ideal starting date is between August and October 2013.  

Ph. D Positions Available At Tampere University of Technology, Finland« Main page

Applications are invited for PhD positions for the newly established Nano Communications Center (NCC) at Tampere University of Technology (http://et4nbic.cs.tut.fi/nanocom/index.html), Tampere, Finland.

Positions are available for several PhDs students with

·      Strong background in wireless communications, signal processing, information theory, mathematical foundations, physical layer and network protocols.
·      Background in biomedical engineering, biology, physics or chemistry is preferred but not mandatory
·      Master Degree or equivalent

Please submit your resume to Prof. Yevgeni Koucheryaviyk@cs.tut.fi  at your earliest convenience.

The Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering is a new structured department that started to operate on 1st of January, 2013. Research fields in the Department are Advanced Electronics Systems, Electronic and Biomaterials and Manufacturing, and Communication and Positioning Circuits and Systems. The department has a modern, forward-looking research agenda that is both scientifically ambitious and industrially relevant and well aligned with the general research strategy of the University. The research agenda combines elements of science and technology in innovative ways and is open to new initiatives. The department maintains close ties with industry and the broader society.

Staff Associate Position at the Dept of Computer Science at Columbia University« Main page

The Dept of Computer Science at Columbia University invites applications for a Staff Associate position in the area of Cyber-Physical Systems.  Basic responsibilities focus on research in designing novel applications and network protocols for the Internet of Things, as well as ensuring user-focused security for such networks.  Incumbent will participate in the preparation of research grant applications to a variety of funding agencies and private foundations for the sponsoring faculty member at Columbia University.

Minimum requirement: Bachelor’s degree or higher.

Preferred Qualifications: MS in Computer Science preferred; 4 years professional experience in research field.  Qualifications include knowledge of Internet mobility protocols, including MIPv6, HIP, LISP and IEEE 802.21, theoretical knowledge and practical experience with other Internet protocols such as SCTP and SOCKS, deep familiarity with the Linux networking stack.  The candidate needs excellent written and oral communication skills.

Columbia University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  Please apply online at:
academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=57288

Graduate Assistant Position Available at University of Nevada, Las Vegas« Main page

One graduate assistant position in the Department of Electronic / Computer Engineering at University of Nevada, Las Vegas is avail   starting from Fall 2013. The student will work in the Network and   Syst   http://web.unlv.   Ph. D. applicants with EE/CE background are prefe   interested, please email your CV, GRE scores and transcripts to Dr   Mei Yang at Mei.Yang@unlv.edu.

   Mei   Associate Professor
   Department of E   University of Nevada, Las Vega   Las Vegas, NV 89154
   Phone: (702) 895-2364
   E   URL: http://www.ee.unlv.edu/~meiyang
   Lab website: http://web.unlv.edu/labs/nsil/
Post Doc opening in the Computer and Communication Systems Group (University of Innsbruck, Austria) « Main page

Our research activities are focused on adaptive wireless networking and self-organization methods with applications in wireless ad hoc and sensor networks, inter-vehicle communication, and nano- communication networks. For more information, please refer to our web site at <http://www.ccs-labs.org/>.

The position is not bound to specific research projects but offers the opportunity to explore and develop own research within the following areas:

- Robust and interference-aware real-time communication

- Energy-aware access techniques and routing mechanisms

A deep understanding of the principles of wireless networking is required; knowledge in software defined radio, network coding, or relaying techniques is considered a plus.

Interested applicants should read the following announcement for more information:

<http://www.ccs-labs.org/jobs/ausschreibung-phd-2013.pdf>
Postdoc Research Associate in the area of network security-University of Arizona« Main page

The Network Visualization Group (http://netviz.cs.arizona.edu) at the University of Arizona is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the area of network security with emphasis on network-based intrusion detection systems. The work will be carried out at the University of Arizona, in Tucson, Arizona. The position is available immediately, initially for 1 year, with the possibility of extension for another year pending satisfactory progress.

The responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

- Development of theoretical models and methods for pre-emptively detecting network threats via network data analysis.
- Implementation, testing, validation, and prototyping of the theoretical models and methods.
- Participation in externally funded research projects.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate who is highly motivated to conduct top research, with an open and collaborative communication style. The technical requirements are:

- A Ph.D. degree in computer engineering, computer science, or a closely-related field.
- A track record in highly competitive scientific research and publishing at conferences and scientific journals with global impact.
- Experience with the .NET framework will be considered a plus.

Due to the funding source for this research effort, applicants are required to be U.S. Citizens or Lawful Permanent Residents with additional restrictions based on country of origin. Applications should thus state the candidate’s country of origin and visa status.

To apply for this position, please go to http://www.UACareerTrack.com/ and search for:

- Job Number: 51782
- Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Associate

For further information, contact Loukas Lazos at llazos@ece.arizona.edu<mailto:llazos@ece.arizona.edu>.

GTA PhD Studentship - Big Data Analytics in Cloud Computing University of Derby (United Kingdom) « Main page

School of Computing & Mathematics 3 year, full-time postgraduate studentship: £14,100 per annum (with all Home/EU fees paid)
This studentship is funded by the School of Computing & Mathematics, Faculty of Business, Computing and Law (BCL), University of Derby and provides an opportunity for a graduate to undertake a 3-year programme of research leading to the award of PhD, in the subject of in Big Data Analytics in Cloud Computing. The PhD will be supervised by Prof Nick Antonopoulos (Head of School of Computing and Mathematics, Assistant Dean (Research) of Faculty of Business, Computing and Law) and Dr Lu Liu (University Reader in Distributed Computing), and will be undertaken on a full-time basis over three years. The studentship will cover tuition fees at the Home/EU level, and will pay a bursary of £14,100 per annum (p.a.). There is also – subject to satisfactory progress – an extra £1,000 p.a. for professional development purposes. Fees for International (non-EU) Students will not be met by the Studentship. Non-EU students would be responsible for paying top-up fees to the relevant level. If appointed and as part of your professional development, you may be asked to teach and/or demonstrate lab sessions for up to 6 hours per week.

To apply Applications must be made using the RD02 form (MPhil/PhD by Thesis Application Form) which can be found in the link below. The RD02 form asks for a research proposal in section 8(e). Please use this space to clearly describe what your intended research plan is. The research proposal should be no more than 2-3 pages long and provide a state-of-the-art review on the specifics of the proposed research study, a list of aims and objectives, a section detailing the proposed methodology, a justification and a motivation for undertaking the proposed study, a referencing list and finally, a time plan of the research activity tasks. For more information on how to apply and for all the relevant documentation (including the application form and the list of the documents to submit with the application) please go tohttp://www.derby.ac.uk/research/studentship-opportunity

Please forward your application to: Sue Henson (researchoffice@derby.ac.uk)
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Lu Liu, Email: l.liu@derby.ac.uk
Closing date for applications: 18th March 2013Interviews: 18th April 2013

Post-Doctoral Fellow at University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada « Main page

Post-Doctoral Fellow on Wireless Multimedia Communications in University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada, starting in anytime from May to September 2013.

We are looking for a highly qualified postdoctoral researcher in the area of video delivery over wireless networks.

The position is located starting in anytime from May to September 2013 for one year, but extendable depending on performance and project budget. We expect the candidates hold a recently-awarded Ph.D. degree in computer science, electrical and computer engineering, or a related discipline. The
candidates are preferable to have research and development experience in wireless video transmission or an area related to wireless multimedia communications, a strong mathematical background, independent research capabilities, and excellent inter-personal communication skills and English
writing skills for academic publications in high-ranked journals/conferences. The gross salary rate is $40,000 (Canadian dollars) for 12 months.

We will seek to fill the position as soon as possible. Interested candidates are welcome to email your CVs (with contact for three references), representative publications, and/or research statement, to Dr. Wei Song at wsong@unb.ca. Applications will be considered right away.

PostDoc position at Institute IMDEA Networks in Madrid, Spain« Main page

Dear all,

The Wireless Networking Group at Institute IMDEA Networks in Madrid, Spain, is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to work with us on the research areas of traffic optimization in mobile networks and future mobile network architectures within the EU project e-Cousin (http://www.networks.imdea.org/research/projects/ecousin).  As a member of the team, you will be involved in cutting edge research and experimental work as well as close interaction with PhD students.

Requirements:
-    PhD in Computer Science or Computer Engineering
-    Strong background in mobile and wireless networking
-    Past experience in systems building, experimental work in the area of mobile networks, and network measurements is a plus
-    Excellent publication record in top academic conferences and/or journals
-    Very good knowledge of Java and/or C/C++, UNIX, and some scripting language
-    Very good knowledge of written and spoken English
-    Strong motivated, with a desire to experiment and explore

Candidates should send the following information as .pdf or .doc attachments to joerg.widmer-AT-imdea-DOT-org:
-    CV (list of publications, educational and work experience, and grades)
-    Short research statement (~1 page)
-    Names and email addresses of at least 3 references

Best regards,
   Joerg Widmer

Two Positions in the area of Wireless Sensor Network Research SNEPMURe project« Main page

We are glad to announce two positions in the area of Wireless Sensor Network research available under  SNEPMURe project. SNEPMURe (Sensor Networks for an Enhanced and Personalized Management and Use of Resources).
SNEPMURe is a research project funded by The Research Council of Oman (reference: ORG DU ICT 10 003). It aims at elaborating mechanisms, protocols, and algorithms allowing static and mobile sensors to collaborate to enhance and personalize the management and use of the available resources. The targeted contributions of SNEPMURe include:

·         Personalization of WSN services with respect to the user requirements,
·         Personalize the WSN processing for better interactions between sensors, and
·         Build a prototype that complies with the objectives of SNEPMURe.


Position 1 – Research Assistant

*Responsibilities:  *The successful candidate will be responsible for:

·         Conducting research on various issues related to sensor networks.
·         Working on the design and implementation of a useful sensor network application.
·         Implementing a prototype of the required WSN application in accordance with SNEPMURe requirements.
·         Supervising and training junior members of the team.

*Requirements:* A successful candidate is expected to have:

·         A Masters degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or a related field.
·         Research expertise in one or more of the following areas: sensor networks, wireless and mobile ad hoc networks, distributed systems, simulation, performance evaluation.
·         Hands-on experience in WSN development and simulation technologies, e.g., TinyOS, real-time OS, ns2, and Qualnet
·         Strong programming skills in C/C++. .NET and Java.
·         Strong verbal and written communication skills.

Apart from the technical skills, it is essential that the candidate has a strong motivation, can works with autonomy, is an effective teamwork, and open to collaboration with others.


Position 2 – Research Programmer

*Responsibilities:  *The successful candidate will be responsible for:

·         Working on the design and implementation of simulation for envisioned sensor network application scenarios.
·         Deployment of wireless sensor network testbed.
·         Implementing prototypes of the required WSN applications in accordance with SNEPMURe requirements.


*Requirements:* A successful candidate is expected to have:

·         A Bachelors degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or a related field.
·         In depth knowledge of one or more of the following areas: sensor networks, wireless and mobile ad hoc networks, simulation, and performance evaluation.
·         Hands-on experience in WSN development and simulation technologies, e.g., TinyOS, real-time OS, ns2, and Qualnet
·         Strong programming skills in C/C++. NET and Java.
·         Strong verbal and written communication skills.

Apart from the technical skills, it is essential that the candidate has a strong motivation, can works with autonomy, is an effective teamwork, and open to collaboration with others.

Post-doctoral positions at the Laboratory for Communication Networks (LCN), Sweden« Main page

We are pleased to announce post-doctoral positions at the Laboratory for Communication Networks (LCN) in the general research areas of networking, management, security and cloud computing. The positions are affiliated and sponsored by the ACCESS Linnaeus Center at KTH, the Royal Institute of
Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.

The abilities and interest to work across traditional disciplines and to initiate new research collaborations are essential. Candidates should have a PhD (or be near completion) in a relevant field and a strong research and publication record. The duration of the position is 12 months that may
be extended by an additional 12 months. The starting date is during the fall or winter of 2013.

Candidates interested in a position should send their application material (as a single pdf file) to: 0129@ee.kth.se no later than 20 April 2013. You may optionally cc a faculty member with whom you want to work.

The position reference number E-2013-0129 must be quoted on your application. The application may include any material that supports your qualifications, and as a minimum it should include a CV, contact
information of two reference persons, a full list of publications, a brief research statement, and information about academic track record and performance. Do not send compressed files.

Female candidates are encouraged to apply!

Sincerely,

Gunnar Karlsson
Director LCN

Laboratory for Communication Networks
http://www.kth.se/ees/omskolan/organisation/avdelningar/lcn
ACCESS http://www.kth.se/en/ees/omskolan/organisation/centra/access
KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm: http://www.kth.se/en

Post Doc Positions open in the Networking area at IBM Thomas J Watson Research Center« Main page

We have research positions open in the networking area at IBM Thomas J Watson Research Center.
If you have graduating Ph.D. students interested in an industrial research position, or know of any suitable students among your peer faculty members, please ask them to apply to the job at
https://jobs3.netmedia1.com/cp/faces/job_summary?job_id=RES-0565289. We are interested in both fresh Ph.D. students as well as experienced researchers for these positions.

The job description is attached below:

The IT & Wireless Convergence Department at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center is seeking Research Staff Member candidates in the area of Information and network sciences with an emphasis on wireless hybrid networks and cloud computing. The research mission is to discover fundamental principles and build prototype systems that can be used to understand, analyze, and manage hybrid wireless networks that are creating the basic fabric for a smarter planet. We are also engaged in a mission to build advanced technology for cloud computing systems. Successful candidates will need to have a broad range of expertise to define appropriate abstractions and models to capture the essence of networking characteristics and their interactions with one another. The projects will require a mixture of theoretical developments followed by validation by means of large-scale simulations or emulation, and prototype implementations of advanced techniques. Examples of the research topics include convergence of IT and wireless technologies including real-time wireless data-to-decision; declarative networking for management of network applications; secure hybrid networks for coalition missions; advanced networking technologies such as multi-path TCP, byte caching, and named data networking; VM and datacenter network management in cloud systems; data analytics prototypes for scalable management of the Internet of Things; etc. The position offers opportunities to work with researchers with a wide range of expertise (for example, see International Technology Alliance webpage at http://www.usukita.org). The project will require creativity and innovation that advance the frontiers of science while generating technologies that can be used in the near future to improve our daily lives.

Regards,
Dinesh C. Verma
DGM, IT & Wireless Convergence,
IBM TJ Watson Research Center
P.O. Box 218, Yorktown Heights, N.Y. 10598
Phone: (914)-945-4599 Cell: (914)-494-8018
Email: dverma@us.ibm.com URL: http://www.research.ibm.com/people/d/dverma

Post Doc Position at Uppsala University« Main page

Dear colleagues,

The Department of Information Technology,  Division of Computer Systems, at Uppsala University, has an opening for a postdoctoral research fellow position. The research directions include computer
communication and wireless sensor networks. The position is up to 4 years. Application deadline is April 15. Please visit
http://www.uu.se/jobb/teacher/annonsvisning?languageId=1&tarContentId=237424

Best regards,
Thiemo Voigt
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Tccc@lists.cs.columbia.edu
https://lists.cs.columbia.edu/cucslists/listinfo/tccc

 

Post Doc Position Opening (Prof. Dr. David Hausheer)« Main page

At the moment we have several openings for Ph.D. student positions which are to be filled as soon as possible. Applications are invited electronically by sending an e-mail to Prof. Dr. David Hausheer
<hausheer@ps.tu-darmstadt.de> with PDF attachments, including copies of degrees, marks, study certificates, and a CV.

Currently, 3-4 Ph.D. positions (100%) are available in scope of the following research areas:

- Software-defined Networking
- Social-aware Content Distribution
- Energy-Efficiency in Fixed and Mobile Networking
- Adaptive Cross-layer Mechanisms for Communication Systems
- Peer-to-Peer and Overlay Networks
- Network Economics and Incentive Mechanisms

More details about the open positions can be found at:
http://www.ps.tu-darmstadt.de/jobs/

Ph.D Opening at University at Buffalo (UB)« Main page

Dear Colleagues,

PhoneLab (http://www.phone-lab.org/) is a programmable smartphone research testbed being developed at State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo – also known as University at Buffalo (UB).

 Our effort in building PhoneLab into the world’s largest testbed of its kind has been funded by US NSF’s Computing Research Infrastructure (CRI) program and Google.

We have an immediate opening (June 2013) for a full time testbed administrator. We encourage women and under-represented minorities to join the PhoneLab team.


If interested, please visit
https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=56079.<http://u447679.sendgrid.org/wf/click?upn=-2FJG0BqR-2FnEbY8kAgofhkCUtJHPL8fOlDU-2BkhVTaJGRuSdeVHSaKZh2uk3cWnNoLgOFA9qwa4-2BDuxLw7tlxSCCmnO3jUc4uUtZXHsHGDVAgM-3D_5t0lV5iu3ZoEuEdJxREFTC-2FoB1XC5cpxOTlcW0ZBrAi3jjQWPKkV0L9nYTWnAhkMbZRneqXFRoxUYQaCTOt-2F-2F4Jm1A6TTXc-2FCIlcqlN9UH38cl1wx1aC8kQq2od3C-2Ff7QBtIPSQnmuB6oeIskEu96KEFEN8Jsys7TijPKA4kLm8-3D>
Email inquiries may be sent to teammate  AT
phone-lab.org<teammate@phone-lab.org>

Geoffrey Challen, Murat Demirbas, Steven Ko, Tevfik Kosar and Chunming Qiao
_______________________________________________
IEEE Communications Society Tech. Committee on Computer Communications
(TCCC) - for discussions on computer networking and communication.
Tccc@lists.cs.columbia.edu
https://lists.cs.columbia.edu/cucslists/listinfo/tccc

 


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