New CIM PhD students
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The CIM board has decided to admit seven new PhD students into the graduate school. These new students will begin in the Fall 2017.
The following students have been admitted to the CIM graduate school.
 Matthew Magill (Physics)
 Rebekka Müller (Mathematics)
 Esteban Velez (Chemistry)
 Michael Weiss (Earth Sciences)
 Marcus Westerberg (Mathematics)
 Elisabeth Wetzer (IT)
 David Widmann (IT)
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New CIM PhD students
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