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17 January, 2017

Congratulations to Dr. Stefano Picascia!

Stefano Picascia had his viva today and passed with only some "minor typographical corrections" to do.  His thesis was on "Agent-based modelling of urban economic and cultural dynamics under the rent-gap hypotheses" which we will put up on the cfpm.org website as soon as it is visible again (Its working again but not showing outside the university for some reason).