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Newton Institute Correspondents' Bulletin No 6


No. 6 - May 2004


Welcome to the Newton Institute Correspondents' Bulletin!
This bulletin will be sent in January, May and September each year and will contain information regarding the Newton Institute and its activities. We hope you will find it a useful way of keeping in touch and a helpful source of information to distribute to your colleagues. We will also send you occasional updates on particular topics.

1. Comments always welcome!
As always, the Director is very happy to receive comments or suggestions regarding the Newton Institute and its activities, including possibilities for future programmes. He can be contacted by e-mail at

2. Annual Meeting of Newton Institute Correspondents
The next meeting of the Newton Institute Correspondents will take place at the Institute on 5 July 2004. The programme will be as follows;
1.00pm arrival and lunch followed by an afternoon of discussions
5.00pm The Rothschild Visiting Professor, Peter Sarnak (Princeton) will give a seminar entitled 'Zeta Functions and Random Matrix Theory'

3. Workshop announcements
The following workshops have now been finalised. Please follow the links for further information.

Spitalfields Day and Hewlett Packard Day - Magnetic Reconnection in the Sun and Magnetosphere (9 - 10 August 2004)
Magnetohydrodynamics of Stellar Interiors (6 - 17 September 2004)
A full list of current and future programmes at the Newton Institute can be found on our website at:

4. Reminders
The Correspondents' web page (containing a list of all Correspondents, past bulletins and other information) is at
The web page listing Newton Institute participants who are willing to travel to other institutions to give seminars, etc., is at

The next bulletin will be sent in September.  We hope you find these bulletins a useful way of keeping in touch and a helpful source of information to distribute to your colleagues.

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