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Bank of America N.A.
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 Utica, New York
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Rochester Institute of Technology
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 Albany, New York
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 St. Bonaventure, New York
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Rochester Institute of Technology
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 Irvington, New York
Columbia Univeristy Medical Center
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 New York, New York
The D. E. Shaw Group
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Brookhaven National Laboratory
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 Melville, New York
AIP Publishing
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 New York, New York
Columbia University - Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
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 New York, New York
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