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Sergio Pissanetzky was educated at the Balseiro Institute of Physics, National University of Cuyo, located on the shores of a remote glacier lake on the foothills of the Andes, South-West of Argentina. He worked as a researcher and professor of Physics at the Universities of Buenos Aires and Córdoba, and Chairman of the Computer Center, Atomic Energy Commission of Argentina, San Carlos de Bariloche. He joined the Graduate School, Department of Physics, Texas A&M and the Superconducting Supercollider (SSC) project in Texas in 1984. He served as an editor for the Int. J. for Computation in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, an advisor for the Int. J. Métodos Numéricos para Cálculo y Diseño en Ingeniería, and a member of the Int. Committee for Nuclear Resonance Spectroscopy. Retired since 2000, he does what he loves best: research in Physics, Artificial Intelligence, and the theory of Causal Dynamical Systems.

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