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Dear Members of the computing SIG,

	Today I received a message from Andtreas Roodt that the program
is now official.

All our five proposals for sessions are on the program:

1 - Automatic Structure Determination: Challenges for the Future.

    Chair/Cochair A.L.Spek/D.Billing

2 - Modern Programming Languages and Programming Techniques
    Can they lead to higher reliability and programmer productivity?
    Chair/Co-chair L.Cranswick/J.Dillen

3 - Diffraction Image processing and Data Quality.

    Chair/Co-chair E. Dodson/S.Parsons

4 - Algorithms of the future.

    Chair/Co-chair D. Watkin/S. Urzhumtsev.

5 - Indexing Powder Diffraction Patterns:
    An Opportunity for new heuristic and global optimisation methods

    Chair/Co-chair R.Shirley + ?

Please don't heasitate to communicate suggestions for speakers on
the above subjects (preferably to the appropriate chairpersons with
a CC to the chaiman a.l.spek@chem.uu.nl).

Note: There will be a 'free-of-charge' one day workshop organised by
Lachlan Cranswick aug 24 2003.

Best wishes

Ton Spek
Chairman SIG #9 
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