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New SPIRES Scientific Database Manager

6/17/02

It is my pleasure to announce that Travis Brooks (that's me!) is now officially the SPIRES Scientific Database Manager at SLAC.  I will be taking over many of the tasks performed by Heath O'Connell before his departure for Fermilab.  I have been involved with HEP for several years as a graduate student in the theory group here at SLAC, and I am now looking forward to serving the community by making sure that the SPIRES-HEP databases continue to be the incredibly useful tool that they have been for so long.  I eagerly anticipate hearing from our users, as feedback from the community is part of what makes this tool so great.  Feel free to contact me with questions or comments at travis@SLAC.stanford.edu.

Thanks,
Travis

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