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  • Computer Power User Article - Enter The Grid
    . Between the time he spends as head of the Distributed Systems Lab at Argonne National Laboratory, as a computer science professor at University of Chicago, and as one of the major developers of the open-source grid computing toolkit for the Globus Project, Mr. Foster found time to map out for us
  • Laboratory Workstation Exhaust at University of Quebec at Montreal
    Low chimneys for UQAM's laboratory. At the University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM) the design team evaluated many HVAC products while planning a new 37,160-m2 (400,000-s.f.) laboratory building for the university's science campus. Teaching and research activities there include mathematics, computer
  • Underwriters Laboratory(UL) Certification for Computer-On-Modules (COMs) (.pdf)
    Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) is an independent, not-for-profit product safety testing and certification organization which has been testing products for public safety for over a century. Each year, more than 14 billion UL marks are applied to products worldwide. Since its founding in 1894
  • Computer-aided inspection revs up BMW quality
    For the maker of "the ultimate driving machine, " quality assurance is more than a process - it defines the entire brand. As part of the company's never-ending quest for quality improvement, BMW has implemented new computer-aided inspection (CAI) technology at its engine-building plant in Steyr
  • Examining scale-up and computer simulation in tool design for 300-mm wafer processing
    and demonstration of processes compatible with such equipment. As a result, computational modeling is called on now more than ever to play a complementary role in equipment and process design. The development of models and computer simulation codes is being pursued vigorously at universities
  • Computer Power User Article - Under Development
    October 2005 Vol.5 Issue 10 Page(s) 105-106 in print issue Add To My Personal Library A Peek At What's Brewing In The Laboratory Her breathing gentle and eyes blinking with a far off, pensive gaze, Repliee Q1Expo is the most lifelike robot ever made. With skin made of soft silicone, several
  • Computer Power User Article - Under Development
    August 2005 Vol.5 Issue 8 Page(s) 105-106 in print issue Add To My Personal Library A Peek At What's Brewing In The Laboratory Using dual photography, Stanford electrical engineering Ph.D candidate Pradeep Sen and other researchers have essentially been able to make a camera and light
  • Computer Power User Article - Under Development
    June 2005 Vol.5 Issue 6 Page(s) 106-107 in print issue Add To My Personal Library A Peek At What's Brewing In The Laboratory A Picture Worth A Thousand (Pass)words We increasingly rely on cell phones and PDAs to store sensitive information and data, and not just phone numbers and addresses

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