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June 10, 1948
Professor · Aug 2004 to present
University of Arizona
Associate Professor · Jan 2000 to Jul 2004 · Tucson, Arizona
Computer Science Department
Professor · Mar 1994 to Jan 2000
Swedish Institute of Computer Science
Research Director · Jul 1988 to Dec 1999 · Stockholm, Sweden
Steve is a professor at Lancaster university Studied Computer Science at Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Lives in Wilmot, New Hampshire Knows Swedish & Dutch.
I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY (1949)
by Hank Williams
With Jakob Ollén, Steve Pink and Karen Woolis in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
Lucky Leo got to have lunch with his #grandpa today! — with Steve Pink and Eposhe Paul Ithete at Adrienne's Pizzabar.
Family time! — with Steve Pink and Eposhe Paul Ithete at Harlem NYC
Stephen H."Steve" Pink
Lives in Wilmot, New Hampshire
Wilmot is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 1,358 at the 2010 census. Wilmot is home to Winslow State Park and a small part of Gile State Forest.
Incorporated in 1807 from part of New London, the town took its name from Dr. James Wilmot, an English clergyman who had spoken out against England's treatment of the American colonies. Dr. Wilmot was rector at Barton-on-Heath in Warwickshire, England.
Wilmot is in northwestern Merrimack County, in the Dartmouth–Lake Sunapee Region of New Hampshire. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 29.8 square miles (77.2 km2), of which 29.5 sq mi (76.4 km2) is land and 0.2 sq mi (0.5 km2), or 0.74%, is water. Wilmot is drained by theBlackwater River and Kimpton Brook.
Mount Kearsarge, elevation 2,931 feet (893 m) above sea level, on the southeastern border, is the highest point in town. Winslow State Park, at the northern foot of the mountain, provides access by two hiking trails to the summit. The state park and the Winslow Trail are named after Captain John Winslow, the commander of theUSS Kearsarge, which in June 1864 sank the CSS Alabama in the English Channel in a famous Civil War sea battle.
The town is the home of Camps Kenwood and Evergreen on Eagle Pond.
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