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					Spencer Institute of Theoretical
 and Computational Mechanics
    Introduction and Welcome Event

           Dr Hitendra Hirani
      BDE for the Spencer Institute
               Aims of Today

• To increase awareness of the Spencer Institute
  and the services available

• To increase awareness of the funding
  opportunities for collaborative projects

• To increase interdisciplinary dialogue
                    Introduction

• Integration of Research in:
   – Mechanics of Solids
   – Mechanics of Fluids
   – Mechanics of Multiphase Media
• Schools Involved
   –   Civil Engineering
   –   Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering
   –   Mathematical Sciences
   –   Chemical, Environmental and Mining Engineering
• Now included as official institute of the
  University (Category 2B)
                  Key Activities

• Development of cross-school joint research (e.g.
  proposals, workshops, seminars)
• Development of cross-school MSc courses (e.g.
  MSc in Scientific Computation)
• Sharing of Knowledge in:
  –   Finite element methods
  –   Boundary element methods
  –   Finite difference methods
  –   Discrete element methods
  –   Computational fluid dynamics
  –   Finite volume methods
  –   Meshfree Methods
               Support Available

• Pulling together multi-disciplinary proposals
• Arranging meetings
• Help with some of the initial writing
• Contacting and bringing in external partners
• Specific and focussed intelligence on forthcoming
  Calls
• Focussed seminars around topics

• Contact
    – Email: Hitendra.hirani@nottingham.ac.uk
    – Tel: (0115 95) 13988
Solids                                                                                                   Carol Eastwick
                                                                                                                                                       Fluids

                                                              Mindmap
                                      Carlo Sansour
                                                                                                                                          Stephen Hibberd
        Tom Hyde
                                      Modelling of manufacturing         Developing computational tools              Fluid Mechanics in Aeroengines
                                      processes: welding, inertia
                                      friction welding, casting
                                      and superplastic forming.                                                                      Flow around cables
                                                                        Adib Becker          Flow over structures

 Structural integrity of
 aeroengine transmission        Structural integrity of                              Paul Houston                        Herve Morven
 systems                        high temperature
                                welded components in
                                                                    Flow in membranes such as sailing yachts
                                electrical power
                                generation plant and                                                                               Flow in Pipes and channels
                                                              Flow of fluids through fibre beds             Paul Langston
                                aeroengines.

   Sean Leen




                                                                                                                                                            Modelling neutron transfer in a reactor
                                                                    Nick Warrior                  CFD                               Andrew Cliffe
                       FEM                  Andrew Long
                                                                     Structural Analysis and damage accumulation


                                        Mechanics of coated textiles
                                                                                           DEM
                                     Modelling of plasticity – composite materials                            Treatment and modelling of uncertainty
   Kostas Soldatos
                                                                                                                       Henry Power
                                                              Glenn McDowell
Mechanics of consolidating beds of fibres
                                                                               Behaviour of railway ballast
                                                                                                                                   granular material flow
 Nick Miles             Chris Rudd         Aggregates and soil behaviour
                                                                                                        Andy Collop
                                                     Modelling of asphalt and road structures
                                                                                                                      Hai-Sui Yu
                     Materials and composites in bone replacement and fracture
                                                                                                                                     Multiphase flow

                                                                    Helen Byrne             Theoretical and computational geomechanics
    Finite Element Modelling of Disc and Surgical Devices
                                                                                            Modelling of tumour growth and therapies
      Dry cleaning of coal                  Donal McNally                              Multiphase flow and nutritional transport
                                                                                                                                                Ian Lowndes
     Fine particle processing
                                                                                                                                           Multiphase
Planned Activities
                       Website

• Aim
  – To showcase research expertise and potential to both
    internal and external collaborators
  – To form the hub for Spencer Institute activities
• Current Status
  – Webspace Reserved and IS will implement and maintain
    through University Content Management System
  – Collecting information from various sources
     • Summary of Research Expertise
     • Case Studies and Summaries of Current Research Projects
• Information Needed
  – Case Studies
  – Current Project Portfolio
  – Pictures and Diagrams
            Seminars and Events

•   Official Launch Event September 2007
•   CFD Forum?
•   DEM Forum?
•   FEM Forum?
•   Seminars for Postgrads and Postdocs?
    – Software Training
    – Ideas Factory
• EPSRC Summer School in Mechanics
• EPSRC Summer School in CFD
• Courses for Industry
    – Host software training workshops
    Some Things to Think About

• Which topics can I collaborate on?
• Which events am I interested in?
• What can the Spencer Institute do for me?
• Suggest a postdoc/PhD Student who could
  benefit from the institute or participate in
  activities on your behalf.
• Are there any case studies I can provide to make
  other people more aware of what I can offer?
• Are there any calls from the following that
  interest me?
               Bridging the Gaps
                   Maths · Engineering · ICT


• Aims of the Bridging the Gaps Project:
  – Encourage and facilitate new and existing
    interdisciplinary research collaborations across the
    traditional boundaries
  – Generate staff mobility across the interfaces, breaking
    down geographical and discipline-specific knowledge
    barriers
  – Develop new spin-out companies and intellectual
    property reflecting areas of interdisciplinary expertise
  – Develop novel mechanisms for promoting
    interdisciplinary research
                 Bridging the Gaps
                    Maths · Engineering · ICT


• Mechanisms for Promoting Interdisciplinary
  Research (2007-2010):
   –   Speed-networking events
   –   “Make-fests” - hands-on software workshops
   –   EPSRC-style sandpits - £30k pump-priming grants
   –   Business plan competition - £30k cash prize
   –   Bridging the Gap awards - £1000 per month
   –   Visiting scholar programme – funding available
   –   Interdisciplinary seminar programme


• Please contact Dr. Sophie Dale for further details
   – Email: sophie.dale@nottingham.ac.uk
   – Tel: 0115 84 68923
Current Calls for Funding
                        EPSRC

• Mathematics for industry and business
  – Encourage high quality research in mathematics,
    statistics or mathematical foundations of operational
    research in collaboration with industry, business or other
    non-academic users of research. The aim of the call is
    twofold:
     • to generate innovative research in the mathematical
       sciences;
     • to utilise this research to give industry and business
       a competitive edge by developing dynamic
       collaborations outside the academic community.
  – Novel approaches to academic/industry research
    collaboration in the mathematical sciences are
    encouraged. Proposals for this call might include, but are
    not restricted to, collaborative research projects,
    networks or study groups.
EPSRC (Mathematics Programme)
• Science and innovation awards
   – Large, long-term grants supporting staff in a research
     group, with commitment from the host institutions to
     continue support after the end of the grant.
   – The research areas to be addressed in this call are: analytical
     science; energy; operational research; structural ceramics;
     tribology.
   – Demonstrate that they have a supportive research
     environment in which the new research activity will be
     nurtured and helped to contribute fully to raising the
     international standing of UK research.
   – A typical award would fund:
       • three lecturer posts for five years each,
       • three postdoctoral research assistants supported for three years
         each
       • three project studentships supported for three to four years,
       • support funds for travel and subsistence, equipment and other
         costs.
• Deadline: 4pm, 10 April 2007
 EPSRC (Engineering Programme)
• Industry fellowship scheme
   – Jointly funded by Royal Society, EPSRC, BBSRC, NERC, Rolls-
     Royce plc and Astra Zeneca.
   – To enhance knowledge transfer in science and technology
     between those in industry and those in academia. It provides
     opportunities for an academic scientist to work on a
     collaborative project with industry, or someone employed
     in industry to work on a collaborative project with a university
     department or not-for-profit research organisation.
   – Research may be in any discipline within the natural sciences,
     including agriculture, mathematics, biotechnology,
     environmental research, medical and engineering sciences.
     Projects at any stage from fundamental science to industrial
     innovation will be supported.
   – Applicants may be of any nationality. They should hold a PhD
     or be of equivalent standing in their profession and hold a
     permanent academic post in either a UK university, a UK not-
     for-profit research organisation or in UK industry.
   – Fellowships last for up to two years and provide a salary, as
     well as research expenses of up to £1,500 per annum.
               Royal Society, UK
• Postdoctoral fellowships to the UK from China
   – To foster academic links between the UK and China, enabling
     outstanding postdoctoral scientists to conduct cutting-edge
     research with their UK counterparts.
   – Research must be on a subject within the natural sciences,
     including: physics, chemistry, mathematics, engineering
     science, agricultural and medical research, the scientific
     aspects of archaeology, geography, experimental psychology
     and the history of science.
   – The society does not cover social sciences or clinical medical
     research. Applications must be submitted by the UK host
     scientist on behalf of an overseas candidate.
   – Applicants and their overseas candidates must be of
     postdoctoral or equivalent status at the time the award is
     taken up.
   – Fellowships last between 6 to 12 months and consist of an
     annual award of £18,200 payable quarterly in arrears to the
     host institution.
               Royal Society, UK
• Postdoctoral fellowships to the UK from India
   – To foster academic links between the UK and India, enabling
     outstanding postdoctoral scientists to conduct cutting-edge
     research with their UK counterparts.
   – Research must be on a subject within the natural sciences,
     including: physics, chemistry, mathematics, engineering
     science, agricultural and medical research, the scientific
     aspects of archaeology, geography, experimental psychology
     and the history of science.
   – The society does not cover social sciences or clinical medical
     research. Applications must be submitted by the UK host
     scientist on behalf of an overseas candidate.
   – Applicants and their overseas candidates must be of
     postdoctoral or equivalent status at the time the award is
     taken up.
   – Fellowships last between 6 to 12 months and consist of an
     annual award of £18,200 payable quarterly in arrears to the
     host institution.
               EU FP7 Overview
(Source: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/organisations_en.html)

• The biggest in budgetary terms, with €32.4 billion, called
  Cooperation, has the ambition to help Europe gain
  leadership in key areas of science and technology by having
  our best brains from across Europe working together.
• The second programme is called Ideas, with a budget of
  €7.5 billion to foster competition and excellence in
  frontier or fundamental research.
• The third programme, People with €4.7 billion will enable
  tens of thousands of researchers to benefit from
  fellowships for research training.
• The fourth programme is Capacities, with a budget of
  €4.2 billion to ensure scientific and technological
  capacity-building, for example in the area of
  infrastructures or in helping European regions to gear up
  their scientific potential.
            EU FP7 (COOPERATION)
Funding Scheme          Minimum Conditions

Collaborative project   At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which is
                        established in a MS or AC, and no two of which are
                        established in the same MS or AC.

Network of excellence   At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which is
                        established in a MS or AC, and no two of which are
                        established in the same MS or AC.

Co-ordination and       At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which is
support action (co-     established in a MS or AC, and no two of which are
ordinating)             established in the same MS or AC.

Co-ordination and       At least 1 independent legal entity
support action
(supporting)

Research for the        At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which is
benefit of specific     established in a MS or AC, and no two of which are
groups, such as SMEs    established in the same MS or AC
             What Will be Funded?
• Aeronautics and air transport
   – reduction of emissions, work on engines and alternative fuels,
   – air traffic management, safety aspects of air transport,
   – environmentally efficient aviation
• Sustainable surface transport - rail, road and waterborne
   –   development of clean and efficient engines and power trains,
   –   reducing the impact of transport on climate change,
   –   inter-modal regional and national transport,
   –   clean and safe vehicles,
   –   infrastructure construction and maintenance, integrative
       architectures
• Support to the European global satellite navigation system
   – Galileo and EGNOS
   – navigation and timing services,
   – efficient use of satellite navigation
EU FP7 (AERONAUTICS AND AIR
         TRANSPORT)
RESEARCH THEMES IN AERONAUTICS AND
          AIR TRANSPORT
 •   The Greening of Air Transport
 •   Increasing Time Efficiency
 •   Ensuring Customer Satisfaction and Safety
 •   Improving Cost Efficiency
 •   Protection of Aircraft and passengers
 •   Pioneering the Air Transport of the Future
  AAT.2007.1.1.2. Aerostructures
           (Greening)

• Research Topics
   – Advanced concepts and technologies for increased and
     optimised use of light-weight metallic, composite materials
     and metal laminates in primary structures;
   – Advanced concepts and techniques for application of ‘smart’
     materials, multi-functional materials, micro and nano-
     technologies;
   – Aeroelasticity, ‘smart’ structures and morphing airframes.
• Funding scheme: Collaborative Projects small or medium-
  scale focused research, Coordination and Support Actions
  aiming at coordinating research activities
• Open in call: FP7-AERONAUTICS and AIR TRANSPORT
  (AAT) – 2007-RTD-1
       AAT.2007.1.1.3. Propulsion
              (Greening)
• Research Activity
   – Advanced concepts and technologies for improving engine thermal
     efficiency and reducing secondary air losses;
   – Advanced concepts and technologies for improving engine propulsive
     efficiency;
   – Design tools and techniques for increased application of advanced
     light-weight high-temperature materials;
   – Advanced light-weight engine architectures and components;
   – Technologies for optimal use of ‘intelligent’ and fully digital engine
     control systems; design tools and techniques for modelling and control
     of the aerothermodynamics of combustion;
   – Technologies for advanced combustor and injector systems;
   – Tools and techniques for modelling and measuring engine exhaust
     gaseous emissions;
   – Investigation of the potential opportunities and obstacles and of the
     required technologies for greater utilisation of alternative fuels (e.g.
     liquid hydrogen, second generation bio-fuels and other "green"
     synthetic fuels);
   – Concepts and technologies to reduce power-plant (turbofan, propeller,
     propfan, rotorcraft rotor) noise by active and/or passive methods.
• Funding scheme: Collaborative Projects small or medium-scale
  focused research, Coordination and Support Actions aiming at
  coordinating research activities
• Open in call: FP7-AERONAUTICS and AIR TRANSPORT (AAT) –
  2007-RTD-1
AAT.2007.2.1.1. Systems and Equipment
           (Time Efficiency)
• Research Topics
   – Advanced technologies for improved modelling, prediction and
     detection of wake vortex and wind shear;
   – Advanced technologies to enable full automatic approach and
     landing in all weather taking into account concepts developed
     in SESAR;
   – Advanced cockpit display technologies for all-weather, 24-hour
     (day/night) operation;
   – Advanced concepts for fault tolerant systems, including auto
     reconfiguration capabilities; advanced concepts for multi-
     access cabin architectures;
   – Advanced concepts and technologies for increased
     independence of the aircraft from the infrastructure at apron
     area.
• Funding scheme: Collaborative Projects small or medium-
  scale focused research, Coordination and Support Actions
  aiming at coordinating research activities
• Open in call: FP7-AERONAUTICS and AIR TRANSPORT
  (AAT) – 2007-RTD-1
AAT.2007.3.1.2. Noise and Vibration
             (Safety)
• Research Topics
  – Advanced modelling tools, concepts and technologies
    (active and passive) to reduce overall cabin noise as well
    as noise at passenger level;
  – Advanced techniques to reduce vibration and other
    unwanted dynamics effects of flight (ride comfort).
• Funding scheme: Collaborative Projects small or
  medium-scale focused research, Coordination and
  Support Actions aiming at coordinating research
  activities
• Open in call: FP7-AERONAUTICS and AIR
  TRANSPORT (AAT) – 2007-RTD-1
  AAT.2007.4.2.2. Aerostructures
        (Cost Efficiency)
• Research Topics
  – Advanced concepts and technologies for increased and
    optimised use of light-weight metallic, composite
    materials and metal laminates in primary structures;
  – Advanced concepts for increased integration of
    additional functions (sensing, actuating,
    electromagnetic, electrical conductivity, etc.) in
    structural components for wider applications at low cost
    and weight.
• Funding scheme: Collaborative Projects small or
  medium-scale focused research, Coordination and
  Support Actions aiming at coordinating research
  activities
• Open in call: FP7-AERONAUTICS and AIR
  TRANSPORT (AAT) – 2007-RTD-1
      AAT.2007.4.2.3. Propulsion
           (Cost Efficiency)
• Research Topics
   – Advanced concepts and technologies for improving engine
     thermal efficiency and reducing secondary air losses;
   – Advanced concepts and technologies for improving engine
     propulsive efficiency;
   – Design tools and techniques for increased application of
     advanced light-weight high-temperature materials;
   – Advanced light-weight engine architectures and components.
• Funding scheme: Collaborative Projects small or medium-
  scale focused research, Coordination and Support Actions
  aiming at coordinating research activities
• Open in call: FP7-AERONAUTICS and AIR TRANSPORT
  (AAT) – 2007-RTD-1
   AAT.2007.6.1.1. Lift (Future)

• Research Topics
  – Investigation of new approaches to produce or to
    control the forces that govern flight, in particular
    those that lift the vehicle. It could consider topics such
    as other principles of physics as alternative to
    conventional fluid dynamics, computer controlled aircraft
    morphing into different aerodynamic forms for different
    flight phases, thrust vectoring to provide lift and control.
• Funding scheme: Collaborative Projects small or
  medium-scale focused research, Coordination and
  Support Actions aiming at coordinating research
  activities
• Open in call: FP7-AERONAUTICS and AIR
  TRANSPORT (AAT) – 2007-RTD-1
                EU FP7 (IDEAS)
• Call Title: Call for proposals for ERC Starting Independent
  Researcher Grant
• Call identifier: ERC-2007-StG
• Date of publication: 22 December 2006
• Date from which proposals are receivable: 1 April 2007
• Call deadline: 25 April 2007 at 17.00 (Brussels local time)
• Indicative budget: €289.5M from 2007 budget
• Activity: European Research Council Starting Grants
• Minimum number of participants: At least 1 independent
  legal entity established in a Member State (MS) or in an
  Associate Country (AC).
• Topics: Applications may be made in any field of
  research, other than those specifically excluded from
  the 7th framework programme
EU FP7: PEOPLE
    Activity 1: Initial Training of
             Researchers
• 1.1 Marie Curie Action: " Initial Training
  Networks " (ITN)
Activity 2: "Life-long Training and
       Career Development"
• 2.1. Marie Curie Action: "Intra-European
  Fellowships for Career Development" (IEF)
• 2.2 Marie Curie Action: "European
  Reintegration Grants" (ERG)
• 2.3 Marie Curie Action: "Co-funding of
  Regional, National and International
  Programmes"(COFUND)
  Activity 3: "Industry-Academia
    partnerships and pathways
• 3.1 Marie Curie Action: "Industry-
  Academia Partnerships and Pathways"
  (IAPP)
Activity 4: "International Dimension"

• 4.1 Marie Curie Action: "International
  Outgoing Fellowships for Career
  Development“ (IOF)
• 4.2 Marie Curie Action: "International
  Incoming Fellowships" (IIF)
• 4.3 Marie Curie Action: "International
  Reintegration Grants" (IRG)
• 4.4 International activities not
  implemented through calls for proposals
  Activity 5: "Specific Actions”
• 5.1 Marie Curie Action: "Researchers'
  Night" (NIGHT)
• 5.2 Marie Curie Action: "Marie Curie
  Awards 2007" (AWARDS)
• 5.3 Trans-national collaboration among
  ERA-MORE members (ERA-MORE)
• 5.4 Trans-national co-operation among
  NCPs (NCP)
• 5.5 Specific actions not implemented
  through calls for proposals
EU FP7 Capacities
       Capacities Infrastructure
• “research infrastructures” refers to facilities,
  resources and related services that are used
  by the scientific community to conduct top-
  level research in their respective fields.
• This definition covers:
  – major scientific equipment or set of instruments;
  – knowledge based-resources such as collections, archives
    or structured scientific information;
  – enabling ICT-based infrastructures such as Grid,
    computing, software and communications;
  – any other entity of a unique nature essential to achieve
    excellence in research.
• Such research infrastructures may be “single-
  sited” or “distributed”
• €164,4 M
           Integrating Activities

• INFRA-2008-1.1.1: Bottom-up approach:
  – Integrating Activities in all scientific and technological
    fields. Open to all fields of science and technology
    without any preference for one field over another.
    The specific topics defined under the targeted approach
    below are excluded from this topic.
• INFRA-2008-1.1.2.x: Targeted approach:
  – Integrated Activities to support the specific needs
    of thematic priority areas. Integrating Activities to be
    considered under this topic should correspond to
    strategic research needs of the thematic priority areas.
               e-Infrastructures
• INFRA-2007-1.2.1: Scientific Digital Repositories.
   – This topic fosters a coordinated approach to the
     deployment of digital repositories for the scientific
     communities by pooling existing resources at European
     level and supporting data storage, archiving, access,
     interpretation, interoperability, management and
     curation activities.
• INFRA-2007-1.2.2: Deployment of e-
  Infrastructures for scientific communities.
   – This topic aims at reinforcing the impact, adoption
     and global relevance of the e-Infrastructure across
     various areas of science and engineering. It supports its
     continuous consolidation and expansion by addressing
     the specific needs of new scientific communities within a
     coherent pan-European model, regardless of the location
     of their research facilities.
               e-Infrastructures
• INFRA-2007-1.2.3: e-Science Grid
  infrastructures.
  – This topic supports the further deployment,
    extension in time and evolution of core European
    grid-empowered e- Infrastructures, exploiting the
    sharing of more computing resources (including
    distributed supercomputing), scientific instrumentation
    and data facilities across multiple scientific disciplines.
• INFRA-2008-1.2.5: Scientific Data Infrastructure.
  – This activity supports the deployment of a broad
    European multidisciplinary scientific data
    infrastructure able to be easily federated with other
    knowledge infrastructures in other parts of the world,
    building upon the achievements of network and grid
    infrastructures and opening its benefits to other
    potential research areas such as e-health, e-learning
    and others.
                Design Studies

• The aim is to support conceptual design
  studies for new research infrastructures,
  which are of a clear European dimension and
  interest. Such studies should address all key
  questions which will help to assess the
  scientific and technical and financial
  feasibility of the proposed new facility.
  – INFRA-2007-2.1.1: Design studies for research
    infrastructures in all S&T fields.
  – INFRA-2007-2.1.2: Design studies for e-Infrastructures.
  Support for policy development and programme
implementation, including support to emerging needs

• INFRA-2008-3.2: Studies, conferences and coordination actions
  supporting policy development, including international
  cooperation, in all S&T fields.
   – The monitoring and further development of a European policy for
     research infrastructures, including international cooperation, needs the
     development of specific actions, such as impact studies, surveys,
     development of a catalogue of research services or conferences. This
     helps to take stock of the advancement of knowledge in the various
     areas covered, as well as of the development of access and IPR
     policies for pan-European research infrastructures.
• INFRA-2007-3.3: Studies, conferences and coordination actions
  supporting policy development, including international
  cooperation, for e-Infrastructures.
   – Measures will aim at encouraging the coordination between National
     and pan-European e- Infrastructure initiatives, namely through the
     support of policy oriented groups such as the e-IRG. Support would
     also be given to specific studies and conferences on e-Infrastructure
     related topics, complementing and paving the way to improved
     multidisciplinary ICT based infrastructures.
• INFRA-2008-3.4: Coordination actions to support emerging needs.
   – Coordination actions covering networking activities are provided for
     research infrastructures in areas where strategic needs are emerging
     and for which a culture of cooperation is less developed
                Other European

• Human Frontier Science Program
  – Young investigator grants
     • Novel collaborations that bring biologists together with
       scientists from other scientific disciplines to focus on
       problems at the frontiers of the life sciences
• European Research Consortium for Informatics
  and Mathematics
  – Cor Baayen award
     • the most promising researcher in computer science and
       applied mathematics.
     • open to any young researcher having completed their PhD
       thesis in one of the ERCIM countries
     • 5,000 euros. Nominees must have been awarded their PhD
       or equivalent not more than two years prior to the date of
       nomination.
               Other European
• European Doctoral College
  – For students primarily from European countries
    who are interested in preparing a PhD in two
    different institutions: one in Strasbourg and the other
    in another European country of the student’s choice.
  – Applicants must have been accepted for doctoral studies
    at one of these universities by 15 October, must be
    under 32 years old, and must have European or
    associated states citizenship.
  – The EDC offers help with accommodation, travel
    expenses and a limited number of grants to work in
    conjunction with the applicant's other source or sources
    of funding.
  – The European Doctoral College accepts students in all
    subjects.
  – Deadline: 15 May and 15 September 2007
                  Reminder

• Which topics can I collaborate on?
• Which events am I interested in?
• What can the Spencer Institute do for me?
• Suggest a postdoc/PhD Student who could
  benefit from the institute or participate in
  activities on your behalf.
• Are there any case studies I can provide to make
  other people more aware of what I can offer?
• Are there any calls from the following that
  interest me?
Thank you for your attention
  The Spencer Institute Benefits from a
Full-Time Business Development Executive

          Dr. Hitendra Hirani
   Hitendra.hirani@nottingham.ac.uk
            0115 951 3988

				
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