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    Progress Report, 1993-94

    Research Staff
    Norman Margolus, Tommaso Toffoli (Group Leader)
    Graduate Students
    Mark Smith, Raissa D'Souza
    Post Doctoral Fellow
    Michael Biafore
    Visiting Scientists
    Bruce Boghosian, Jeffrey Yepez, Pierluigi Pierini
    Research Affiliate
    Dan Rothman
    Research Programmer
    Harris Gilliam
    Undergraduate Students
    Chris Adler, Ruben Agin, Rebecca Frankel, Surya Ganguli, Jason Quick, Daniel Risacher
    Support Staff
    Joanne Talbot
    Wed Jul 27 11:18:54 EDT 1994