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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
  • 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
    February 2007 Vol.7 Issue 2 Page(s) 106-107 in print issue Add To My Personal Library A Peek At What's Brewing In The Laboratory GPS navigational systems have been a godsend in helping the directionally challenged make it from point A to point B. But the systems don t work indoors
  • Computer Power User Article - Under Development
    generators. The area of biomimetics, or the imitation of the movement of biological creatures, is where Dr. Yoseph Bar-Cohen, a leading researcher in the field who works at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., sees the most exciting potential for EAPs. "Availability of strong and robust
  • Computer Power User Article - Under Development
    extremely small volumes of fluid and perform integrated laboratory functions on a single chip. But the valves, pumps, and other plumbing that direct the liquid flow are currently large and bulky external controls. Scientists at MIT s Center for Bits and Atoms ( ) have developed a way to integrate

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