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Introducing new Contributing Editors

New IMS Bulletin Editor Vlada Limic writes: We are delighted to welcome to the Bulletin’s team of Contributing Editors the following “new faces”: Yoram Gat (Google Israel) Takis Konstantopoulos (Uppsala [ More.. ]

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Bulletin in soft transition phase

New IMS Bulletin Editor Vlada Limic writes: With this issue I officially take the baton from Anirban DasGupta, to whom I am very grateful for all the good advice during [ More.. ]

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Vlada Limic next IMS Bulletin Editor

We are delighted to announce that Vlada Limic will be the next Editor of the IMS Bulletin, taking over from Anirban DasGupta when his three-year term ends in December 2016. [ More.. ]

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Farewell from the Editor

Dimitris Politis writes: Why is that in adult life three years pass in an eye-blink while in high school they seem an eternity? Do we perceive time on a logarithmic [ More.. ]

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