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Emerson Center building a name: From left: Jianli Zhao, Keiji Morokuma, Jamal Musaev and Stephan Irle make up the staff of the Cherry Emerson Center for Scientific Computation, located on the fifth floor of Emerson Hall. The center is a conduit of high-end computing, with a focus on molecular modeling. “The Emerson Center is unique,” says Morokuma, its director. “On one hand it is a service center, on the other hand it is a research center.” And that research is quickly gaining worldwide recognition; more than 85 international scholars have come through since 1993. Since 2000, more than 180 papers have been published using research performed there. Click here or above for the full story. Photo by Ann Borden.


N.Y. 'Phil' to play Schwartz Center: The New York Philharmonic, led by conductor Lorin Maazel, will help open the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts by playing a Feb. 8, 2003, concert in the facility's Emerson Concert Hall. "The Phil's" first Atlanta concert in 20 years, this event was made possible by the president's office and the Flora Glenn Candler Concert Series. A drawing will be held to distribute a limited number of tickets among Emory faculty, staff and students; information, rules and entry forms are available at, and entries are due by Dec. 26. Other events associated with the Schwartz Center's gala opening will also be ticketed, including some that originally were to be walk-up events. For more information on the Philharmonic's concert or other events, call the Arts at Emory box office at 404-727-5050 or via e-mail at




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