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Dear Micheal,

  There is a spin-off from the Gauge-mediated SUSY study
which is 'dEdX option for silicon (and TPC)'. A small piece
of it was shown at Fermilab, but there is a substantial
study afterward. It explores dEdX capability of silicon
and TPC and make appeal that dEdX not be neglected.y

  Does it qualify as 'presented at Fermilab'? I sent
it as a talk at Sitges in the 'Muon and others' section,
but relized afterward that it may not qualify as already
presented at Fermilab...

  best

- Hitoshi

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On Fri, 19 Mar 1999, Michael E. Peskin wrote:

> 
> Dear Colleagues,
> 
> For your convenience and for that of the Sitges parallel session
> organizers, I have put the list of talks that the American working groups
> are contributing to Sitges on a Web page which is linked to the simulation
> group page.  This can be found at:
> 
> http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~mpeskin/LC/sitges.html
> 
> The talks are ordered according to the Sitges parallel sessions to which
> they belong, in my understanding of their content. 
> 
> If you are planning to give a talk at Sitges and it is registered
> incorrectly on this list, please let me know.  Also, please consider
> whether it would be helpful to you to give a preliminary version of the
> analysis at the Michigan meeting next weekend:
> 
> http://umwnt1.physics.lsa.umich.edu/lcdw/
> 
>                                      Thank you!
> 
>                                             Michael Peskin
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