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"Michael B. Cutlip" <[log in to unmask]>
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Michael B. Cutlip
Fri, 26 Oct 2007 13:13:40 -0400
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Hello CAST Colleague,

If you are going to the AIChE Meeting in Salt Lake City, you can 
still register for a FREE workshop entitled "Recent Advances in 
Chemical Engineering Problem Solving."  This workshop will 
include hands-on work with POLYMATH, Excel, and MATLAB.  
The capability of POLYMATH to automatically generate Excel 
spreadsheets and create MATLAB code for numerical problems 
is receiving considerable interest. More details are in the link 

Please consider attending and also forward this e-mail to 
any colleagues whom you think may be interested. Ph. D. 
students interested in teaching careers, and your TA's in 
courses using POLYMATH (such as Chemical Reaction 
Engineering) are most welcome to attend.

Workshop in Salt Lake City - Sunday November 4th 
Presenters (Polymath Authors):
		Michael B. Cutlip - University of Connecticut
		Mordechai Shacham - Ben Gurion University

A workshop will be held at the Peery Hotel on Sunday afternoon 
November 4th from 3-5:30 pm  and will be repeated again on 
Sunday evening from 7:30 to 10:00 pm.  This timing should allow 
one to attend the welcoming AIChE reception which goes from 
6:30 - 8:30.  (Experience shows that one should arrive at 6:30 
for the AIChE Reception to assure a good selections of food 

The workshops will be free, and attendees will be accepted on a 
first-registered, first-accepted basis.  

Attendees will need to bring their own notebook computers.  We 
will provide Polymath software, but attendees should have 
Microsoft Excel and MATLAB installed on their own notebooks.  
(We will have MATLAB for those who do not have copies of this 
software.)  Wireless internet capabilities may be utilized.

Attendance is limited, so please e-mail me as soon as you can 
make a definite reservation.  Indicate on your e-mail whether you 
want to reserve a space at the 3-5:30 workshop or the 7:30-10 

Send your e-mail requesting a workshop reservation and 
indicate afternoon and evening workshops in preferential order 

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You will be contacted with more details if you received a 
confirmed reservation.

New Book Related to POLYMATH

Also, please note that our latest book entitled Problem Solving 
in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering with POLYMATH, 
Excel, and MATLAB has been released by Prentice Hall.  It is 
paperback and only $55, and it contains over 170 numerical 
problems with solutions via POLYMATH, Excel, and MATLAB.  
You can order an examination copy from the link below:

Problem Solving Book



Mike Cutlip

Michael B. Cutlip, Professor Emeritus
Dept. of Chemical Engineering
University of Connecticut
Unit 3222
Storrs, CT  06269-3222
(860)423-5823  VOICE at Home Office (Preferred)
(860)486-0321  VOICE at UCONN
(860)486-2959  FAX
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