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2014 IEEE 27th International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

This Conference reflects from the rapid proliferation of the commitment and success of the Microsystems research community. In recent years, the IEEE MEMS Conference has attracted more than 700 participants, 800+ abstract submissions and has created the forum to present over 200 select papers in podium and poster/oral sessions. Its single-session format provides ample opportunity for interaction between attendees, presenters and exhibitors.

  • 2013 IEEE 26th International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

    Development of micro -electro mechanical systems (MEMS) focusing on design, simulation and analysis tools, fabrication technologies and processes, integration techniques, and assembly and packaging approaches. Application of MEMS in sensors and actuators, microdevices for opto -mechanical systems, fluidic microsystems, biomedical engineering, wireless communication, power supply and energy harvesting and nano - electro -mechanical devices.

  • 2012 IEEE 25th International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

    Premier Conference on MEMS reporting the lastest research results on every aspect of microsystems technology.

  • 2011 IEEE 24th International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

    MEMS 2011 will be held in Cancun, Mexico from 23-27 January 2011 at the Hilton. The MEMS Conference series has evolved into the premier annual event reporting research results on every aspect of microsystems technology. In recent years, it has attracted more than 700 participants, 750+ abstract submissions and has presented over 200 select papers in non-overlapping podium and poster/oral sessions. Its single-session format provides ample opportunity for interaction between attendees.

  • 2010 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

    Development of micro-electro mechanical systems (MEMS) focusing on design, simulation and analysis tools, fabrication technologies and processes, integration techniques, and assembly and packaging approaches. Application of MEMS in sensors and actuators, microdevices for opto-mechanical systems, fluidic microsystems, biomedical engineering, wireless communication, power supply and energy harvesting and nano-electro-mechanical devices.

  • 2009 IEEE 22nd International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

    MEMS 2009 will be held in Sorrento, Italy on 26-29 January 2009 at the Hilton Sorrento Palace. the MEMS Conference series has evolved into the premier annual event reporting research results on every aspect of microsystems technology. In recent years, it has attracted more than 700 participants, 750+ abstract submissions and has presented over 200 select papers in non-overlapping podium and poster/oral sessions. Its single-session format provides ample opportunity for interaction between attendees, present

  • 2008 IEEE 21st International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

    The IEEE MEMS 2008 Conference series has evolved into the premier annual event reporting research results on every aspect of microsystems technology. Topics include: Fabrication and Packaging Technologies, Materials and Device Characterization, Biomedical and Chemical Devices/Systems, Mechanical and Physical Sensors & Systems, Design, Stimulation, and Theoretical Concepts with Experimental Verification, Micro-fluidic Components & Systems, Micro-Actuators, Optical and RF MEMS, Energy and Power MEMS and Nano

  • 2007 IEEE 20th International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)


2012 10th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation (WCICA 2012)

A. Intelligent Control B. Control Theory and Control Engineering C. Complex Systems and Intelligent Robots D. Others


2012 6th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (iCBBE)

Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Biomedical Engineering


2012 XXVth International Symposium on Discharges and Electrical Insulation in Vacuum (ISDEIV 2012)

The program of the Symposium covers a wide range of scientific and technical areas including vacuum breakdown, vacuum arc physics, pulse power physics and technology, vacuum interrupters and their applications.

  • 2010 24th International Symposium on Discharges and Electrical Insulation in Vacuum (ISDEIV)

    The symposia are interdisciplinary meetings for the exchange of results, presentation of progress, and discussion of ideas and challenges for the future in the field of electrical discharges and insulation in vacuum. Both fundamental and applied aspects are covered. Symposia program consist of invited talks, invited oral contributions, and posters.

  • 2008 XXIII International Symposium on Discharges and Electrical Insulation in Vacuum (ISDEIV 2008)

    The aim of ISDEIV is to bring together scientists from Universities, Research Laboratoires and Industry with the goal of intensive synergic exchange of ideas and knowledge about the latest developments and progress in the field of electrical discharges and insulation in vacuum. Special lecture for young scientists and panel technical discussions will be held. A specific exhibition will be planned.

  • 2006 XXII International Symposium on Discharges and Electrical Insulation in Vacuum (ISDEIV 2006)


2009 ICROS-SICE International Joint Conference (ICCAS-SICE 2009)

The conference covers a wide range of fields from measurement and control to system analysis and design, from theory to application and from software to hardware. Newly developed interdisciplinary ideas and concepts transferable from one field to another are especially welcome.



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Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, IEEE Transactions on

Electrical insulation common to the design and construction of components and equipment for use in electric and electronic circuits and distribution systems at all frequencies.


Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on

Theory, concepts, and techniques of science and engineering as applied to sensing the earth, oceans, atmosphere, and space; and the processing, interpretation, and dissemination of this information.


Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on

Plasma science and engineering, including: magnetofluid dynamics and thermionics; plasma dynamics; gaseous electronics and arc technology; controlled thermonuclear fusion; electron, ion, and plasma sources; space plasmas; high-current relativistic electron beams; laser-plasma interactions; diagnostics; plasma chemistry and colloidal and solid-state plasmas.


Sensors Journal, IEEE

The Field of Interest of the IEEE Sensors Journal is the science and applications of sensing phenomena, including theory, design, and application of devices for sensing and transducing physical, chemical, and biological phenomena. The emphasis is on the electronics, physics, biology, and intelligence aspects of sensors and integrated sensor-actuators. (IEEE Guide for Authors) (The fields of interest of the IEEE ...




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The application analysis of the on-line monitoring system of dissolved gas in transformer oil

Li Yanming; Liu Gang; Liang Ying; Xing Yan 2007 Annual Report - Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena, 2007

Technology of on-line monitoring of dissolved gas in transformer oil is the focus of attention nowadays. As the technologies of computer, macromolecule materials and optical spectrum analysis develop rapidly, the on-line monitoring devices are more and more perfect and are used more popular in electric power production. In this paper, the on-line monitoring device of dissolved gas in transformer oil ...


An overview of the formation of SO<sub>x</sub> and NO<sub>x</sub> in various pyroprocessing systems

P. B. Nielsen; O. L. Jepsen IEEE Technical Conference on cement Industry, 1990

The authors identify SO2 and NOx emission levels of various kiln systems and explain the reasons for the variations ascertained. Various recent methods of reducing SO2 and NOx emission from cement kiln systems are outlined. SO2 emission monitoring and regulations are outlined briefly and a comparison is made of SO2 emissions from various kiln types. The kilns discussed include: wet-process ...


Managing hazardous process exhausts in high volume manufacturing (HVM) of advanced devices

Andrew Chambers 2016 China Semiconductor Technology International Conference (CSTIC), 2016

This paper reviews methods for reducing process exhaust pipe hazards in high- volume manufacturing. Process dry-pumps and point-of-use abatement systems can be integrated with essential safety devices and monitoring systems into a complete sub-fab vacuum and abatement solution. Such integrated sub-fab systems ensure safe exhaust pipe operation and reduce exposure of service staff to hazardous materials. Key safety features include ...


Neural networks for the visual analysis of regional pollution

Ángel Arroyo; Verónica Tricio; Álvaro Herrero; Emilio Corchado IEEE EUROCON 2015 - International Conference on Computer as a Tool (EUROCON), 2015

This study presents the application of different neural models to a real-life problem of studying the environmental conditions of Castilla y León region (Spain). The goal of this work is to visually and intuitively analyze the level of air pollution in four points of this Spanish region between years 2007 and 2014. The analyzed data were provided by four data ...


Determination of diffusing capacity by modeling the dynamics of C/sup 18/O uptake in newborns

B. Bouferrache; G. Krim; N. Mejdoub; P. H. Quanjer; M. Freville; J. P. Libert IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 1998

Dynamic modeling of lung C 18O diffusion is used to measure the C 18O transfer factor (TL co) of 14 newborns aged 1-4 mo. The model equation is based on the alveolar fractions of C 18O and on changing alveolar ventilation induced by the rebreathing conditions. The model does not involve the volume of the rebreathing bag which is usually ...


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The application analysis of the on-line monitoring system of dissolved gas in transformer oil

Li Yanming; Liu Gang; Liang Ying; Xing Yan 2007 Annual Report - Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena, 2007

Technology of on-line monitoring of dissolved gas in transformer oil is the focus of attention nowadays. As the technologies of computer, macromolecule materials and optical spectrum analysis develop rapidly, the on-line monitoring devices are more and more perfect and are used more popular in electric power production. In this paper, the on-line monitoring device of dissolved gas in transformer oil ...


An overview of the formation of SO<sub>x</sub> and NO<sub>x</sub> in various pyroprocessing systems

P. B. Nielsen; O. L. Jepsen IEEE Technical Conference on cement Industry, 1990

The authors identify SO2 and NOx emission levels of various kiln systems and explain the reasons for the variations ascertained. Various recent methods of reducing SO2 and NOx emission from cement kiln systems are outlined. SO2 emission monitoring and regulations are outlined briefly and a comparison is made of SO2 emissions from various kiln types. The kilns discussed include: wet-process ...


Managing hazardous process exhausts in high volume manufacturing (HVM) of advanced devices

Andrew Chambers 2016 China Semiconductor Technology International Conference (CSTIC), 2016

This paper reviews methods for reducing process exhaust pipe hazards in high- volume manufacturing. Process dry-pumps and point-of-use abatement systems can be integrated with essential safety devices and monitoring systems into a complete sub-fab vacuum and abatement solution. Such integrated sub-fab systems ensure safe exhaust pipe operation and reduce exposure of service staff to hazardous materials. Key safety features include ...


Neural networks for the visual analysis of regional pollution

Ángel Arroyo; Verónica Tricio; Álvaro Herrero; Emilio Corchado IEEE EUROCON 2015 - International Conference on Computer as a Tool (EUROCON), 2015

This study presents the application of different neural models to a real-life problem of studying the environmental conditions of Castilla y León region (Spain). The goal of this work is to visually and intuitively analyze the level of air pollution in four points of this Spanish region between years 2007 and 2014. The analyzed data were provided by four data ...


Determination of diffusing capacity by modeling the dynamics of C/sup 18/O uptake in newborns

B. Bouferrache; G. Krim; N. Mejdoub; P. H. Quanjer; M. Freville; J. P. Libert IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 1998

Dynamic modeling of lung C 18O diffusion is used to measure the C 18O transfer factor (TL co) of 14 newborns aged 1-4 mo. The model equation is based on the alveolar fractions of C 18O and on changing alveolar ventilation induced by the rebreathing conditions. The model does not involve the volume of the rebreathing bag which is usually ...


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  • Biomass Burning and Climate

    The burning of biomass - forests, grasslands, and agricultural fields after the harvest - is much more widespread and extensive than previously believed; most biomass burning is thought to be initiated by humans and is on the increase. This comprehensive volume is the first to consider biomass burning as a global phenomenon and to assess its impact on the atmosphere, on climate, and on the biosphere itself. The 63 chapters by 158 scientists - including leading biomass burn researchers from third-world countries, such as Brazil, Nigeria, Zaire, India, and China, where biomass burning is so prevalent - point to biomass burning as a significant driver of global change on our planet.Global Biomass Burning provides a convenient and current reference on such topics as the remote sensing of biomass burning from space, the geographical distribution of burning; the combustion products of burning in tropical, temperate, and boreal ecosystems; burning as a global source of atmospheric gases and particulates; the impact of biomass burning gases and particulates on global climate; and the role of biomass burning on biodiversity and past global extinctions.Also included are contributions on the importance of biomass burning from the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program: A Study of Global Change and from the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project, as well as policy options prepared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for managing biomass burning to mitigate global climate change.Joel S. Levine is Senior Research Scientist in the Atmospheric Sciences Division, NASA Langley Research Center and is the Principal Investigator of NASA's research program on global biomass burning, Biospheric Research Program, Office of Space Sciences and Applications.

  • Influence of Biomass Burning Emissions on Precipitation Chemistry in the Equatorial Forests of Africa

    This chapter contains sections titled: Biomass Burning Source of Gases and Particles in Africa, Precipitation Chemistry in the Equatorial Forests of Congo, Biomass Burning Contribution to Precipitation Chemistry, Nitrate Content of Rain as an Indicator of Biomass Burning, Conclusion, Acknowledgments

  • Fossil-Fueled Civilization

    This chapter contains sections titled: Fossil Fuels and Electricity, Coals, Crude Oils, Natural Gases, Steam Engines, Steam Turbines, Water Turbines, Fission Reactors, Transmission, Electric Motors, Lights, Internal Combustion Engines, Gas Turbines, Blast Furnaces, Aluminum, Nitrogen, Nuclear Weapons

  • Biomass Burning: Laboratory Studies

    The burning of biomass - forests, grasslands, and agricultural fields after the harvest - is much more widespread and extensive than previously believed; most biomass burning is thought to be initiated by humans and is on the increase. This comprehensive volume is the first to consider biomass burning as a global phenomenon and to assess its impact on the atmosphere, on climate, and on the biosphere itself. The 63 chapters by 158 scientists - including leading biomass burn researchers from third-world countries, such as Brazil, Nigeria, Zaire, India, and China, where biomass burning is so prevalent - point to biomass burning as a significant driver of global change on our planet.Global Biomass Burning provides a convenient and current reference on such topics as the remote sensing of biomass burning from space, the geographical distribution of burning; the combustion products of burning in tropical, temperate, and boreal ecosystems; burning as a global source of atmospheric gases and particulates; the impact of biomass burning gases and particulates on global climate; and the role of biomass burning on biodiversity and past global extinctions.Also included are contributions on the importance of biomass burning from the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program: A Study of Global Change and from the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project, as well as policy options prepared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for managing biomass burning to mitigate global climate change.Joel S. Levine is Senior Research Scientist in the Atmospheric Sciences Division, NASA Langley Research Center and is the Principal Investigator of NASA's research program on global biomass burning, Biospheric Research Program, Office of Space Sciences and Applications.

  • Boilers and Steam Generators

    This chapter talks about the equipment used for in the Rankine thermodynamic process and the basics of feedwater heater level control. There are two main parameters to control to ensure the performance of the feedwater heater. The first parameter to monitor is the heat transfer capability of the heat exchanger and the second parameter to monitor is the feedwater heater level to ensure the shell side level remains at the normal level. Energy in the feedwater heater is being transferred from the extraction steam system to the feedwater system. The condensate pumps and boiler feed pump supply feedwater into the boiler to the main steam drum. Exhaust gases from the boiler in the back pass section preheat this water in the economizer section prior to the feedwater entering the steam drum. The water in the steam drum is in saturation conditions for the operating pressure and temperatures of the boiler.

  • Biomass Burning: Historic and Prehistoric Perspectives

    The burning of biomass - forests, grasslands, and agricultural fields after the harvest - is much more widespread and extensive than previously believed; most biomass burning is thought to be initiated by humans and is on the increase. This comprehensive volume is the first to consider biomass burning as a global phenomenon and to assess its impact on the atmosphere, on climate, and on the biosphere itself. The 63 chapters by 158 scientists - including leading biomass burn researchers from third-world countries, such as Brazil, Nigeria, Zaire, India, and China, where biomass burning is so prevalent - point to biomass burning as a significant driver of global change on our planet.Global Biomass Burning provides a convenient and current reference on such topics as the remote sensing of biomass burning from space, the geographical distribution of burning; the combustion products of burning in tropical, temperate, and boreal ecosystems; burning as a global source of atmospheric gases and particulates; the impact of biomass burning gases and particulates on global climate; and the role of biomass burning on biodiversity and past global extinctions.Also included are contributions on the importance of biomass burning from the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program: A Study of Global Change and from the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project, as well as policy options prepared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for managing biomass burning to mitigate global climate change.Joel S. Levine is Senior Research Scientist in the Atmospheric Sciences Division, NASA Langley Research Center and is the Principal Investigator of NASA's research program on global biomass burning, Biospheric Research Program, Office of Space Sciences and Applications.

  • Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate in the Anthropocene

    Humans are changing critical environmental conditions in many ways. Here, the important changes in atmospheric chemistry and climate are discussed. The most dramatic examples of major human impacts are the increase of the "greenhouse" gases, especially carbon dioxide (CO2), in the atmosphere and the unpredicted breakdown of much of the ozone in the lower stratosphere over Antarctica during the months of September to November, caused by the emissions of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). Other, more regional but ubiquitous examples include photochemical smog and acid rain. Industrial activities are not alone in causing air pollution and in changing the chemical composition of the atmosphere. Biomass burning, which takes place largely in the developing world, also contributes in major ways. In the future, climate warming due to CO2 emissions will continue to increase over present levels and pose a major problem for humankind. Current radiative forcing by "greenhouse gases" can, to a substantial degree (up to half), be dampened by increased backscattering of solar radiation, either directly by aerosol particles or indirectly through their influence on cloud albedo, or also by cloud feedbacks independent of anthropogenic aerosols. Cloud and hydrological cycle feedbacks provide major challenges. It is unlikely and undesirable that aerosol emissions will continue to increase, as greater emphasis will be placed on air quality, also in the developing world. However, due to its long atmospheric lifetime and expected growth in global emissions, CO2 will continue to accumulate, exacerbating climate warming and related problems in the future. Drastic measures are thus needed at the international level to reduce the emissions, in particular, of CO2 through energy savings, alternative energy sources, and sequestration.

  • Metal-Gas Reactions

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction, Dissolution and Diffusion of Gases, Formation of Volatile Products, Formation of Liquid Products, Formation of Solid Products, References, Acknowledgement

  • Weather and Climate Engineering

    In this chapter I present an overview of the concepts and status of the science of weather and climate engineering. I begin by discussing the concepts of seeding clouds through glaciogenic and hygroscopic seeding. I review the status of research on these concepts for increasing rainfall, decreasing hail damage, and reducing hurricane intensity. Thereafter I present an overview of the concepts for climate engineering to counter greenhouse warming. These include seeding in the stratosphere with sulfate-producing gases and aerosols, and carbonaceous aerosols. I also consider hygroscopic seeding of marine stratocumulus boundary layer clouds to enhance their albedo and cause a cooling effect. Also considered is seeding mid-level stratus clouds to enhance their albedo during the day and increasing outgoing longwave radiation during the night time. Cirrus clouds present a major obstacle to climate modification owing to their widespread global coverage and their tendency to warm the surface, thus reinforcing greenhouse warming. Speculations on the seeding of carbonaceous aerosols to clear cirrus through a semi-direct effect are presented. Most of the proposed concepts require a great deal of research to quantify their impacts and potential adverse consequences. I include a long list of the reasons as to why we should not apply climate engineering. Despite these, I anticipate that if we find ourselves in a true climate crisis, politicians will call for climate engineering measures in an attempt to alter adverse climate trends. If this should ever be the case, let us be sure that we do so with the most advanced level of knowledge of the climate system and the full consequences of our actions.

  • Electric and Plug???In Hybrid Electric Vehicles

    Shortage of petroleum is considered as one of the most critical worldwide issues today. At the same time, as of today, car owners worldwide, in general, spend more money at the gas station than they have done ever before. The most practical solution to the transportation industry oil???consumption crisis problems lies in commercially viable electric and plug???in hybrid electric vehicles (EVs and PHEVs). EVs and PHEVs present a significant opportunity to reduce greenhouse gases and dependence on oil. Major automotive companies have already developed exciting new EVs. This chapter presents the structure and basic design aspects of EVs and PHEVs. Future trends in EV manufacturing are also presented. Integration of EVs with green, renewable energy sources is presented, along with an introduction to the design of such systems. Various charging scenarios for EV batteries is presented, when charging at home, at work, or in between routes. Future advanced battery charging infrastructures, such as from combined PV and grid sources are also presented.



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