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All areas of ionizing radiation detection - detectors, signal processing, analysis of results, PET development, PET results, medical imaging using ionizing radiation
Nuclear instrumentation and measurement methods in nuclear environments are key aspectsthat contribute to the quality of scientific programmes in the fields of physics, energy, the fuelcycle and waste management. Furthermore, measurements relying on nuclear physics now playan important role in various fields of application such as biology, medicine and the environment.The ANIMMA conference aims at uniting, consolidating and organizing an international networkof scientific researchers and experts from industry, research institutes, academic dealing withnuclear instrumentation and applications).ANIMMA 2017 is the fifth of a series of conferences devoted to endorsing andpromoting scientific and technical activities based on nuclear instrumentation andmeasurements.The main objective of ANIMMA conference is to unite the various scientific communities not onlyinvolved in nuclear instrumentation and measurements, but also in methodology activities (R&D, Innovation and
CLEO®/Europe will showcase the latest developments in a wide range of laser and photonics areas including laser source development, materials, ultrafast science, fibre optics, nonlinear optics, terahertz sources, high-field physics, optical telecommunications, nanophotonics, biophotonics.EQEC will feature the fundamentals of quantum optics, quantum information, atom optics, ultrafast optics, nonlinear phenomena and self-organization, plasmonics and metamaterials, fundamental nanooptics, theoretical and computational photonics.
This symposium aims to provide a high-level international forum for researchers, professionals, professors, PhD students and in general for specialists in diagnostics and monitoring of electrical systems, including machines, power electronics, adjustable speed drives, fuel cells and electrolysers, dielectric materials, signal processing methods, and related areas.
fusion engineering, physics and materials, plasma heating, vacuum technology, tritium processing, fueling, first walls, blankets and divertors
No periodicals are currently tagged "Nuclear Electronics"
Digest on Nonlinear Optics: Materials, Phenomena and Devices, 1990
IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts. 1991 IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, 1991
2007 IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC), 2007
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1970
Summary form only given, as follows. The reference to the source of the papers published in the October 1969 issue was inadvertently ommited. These papers were originally included in the Proceedings of the Ispra Nuclear Electronics Symposium, EUR 4289 e. (1969). Copies of the complete Proceedings may be obtained from Centrale de Vente des Publications des Communautes Europeennes 37, rue ...
2003 IEEE 58th Vehicular Technology Conference. VTC 2003-Fall (IEEE Cat. No.03CH37484), 2003
Emphasis in hybrid electric technology development has typically been focused on automotive performance and benefits. However, as this technology crosses over into the military arena, vulnerability becomes important. Army combat vehicles must be capable of surviving the full spectrum of threats and environments. The U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is responsible for assessing this capability when military systems are exposed ...
The Benefits of Using IEEE Nuclear Standards: A Multi-Stakeholder View (webinar)
Light Our Future - IEEE Photonics Society
The Full Spectrum: Travelogue of the Atomic Age
Larson Collection interview with William Alfred Fowler
Robotics History: Narratives and Networks Oral Histories:Ron Daniel
Robotics History: Narratives and Networks Oral Histories: Red Whittaker
Larson Collection interview with Edward Teller
Atom Smasher Dedication
The Full Spectrum: Wireless Power Roundup
Opening Chat: Rod Beckstrom and Xiaodong Lee - ETAP Beijing 2016
Life on 150 Watts with a nano-hydroelectric turbine
Larson Collection interview with Alvin Weinberg
Renewable Power for Refugee Camps
Episode 1: Powering and protecting the Galapagos and teaching tiny robots
PELS: What Is Power Electronics?
Why Join the IEEE Electronics Packaging Society
APEC 2012 - Dr. Vlatko Vlatkovic Plenary
R. Jacob Baker - SSCS Chip Chat Podcast, Episode 4
IMS 2015: Bridging the gap for wearable electronics
Summary form only given, as follows. The reference to the source of the papers published in the October 1969 issue was inadvertently ommited. These papers were originally included in the Proceedings of the Ispra Nuclear Electronics Symposium, EUR 4289 e. (1969). Copies of the complete Proceedings may be obtained from Centrale de Vente des Publications des Communautes Europeennes 37, rue Glesener, Luxembourg (Compte chleque postal No. 191-90).
Emphasis in hybrid electric technology development has typically been focused on automotive performance and benefits. However, as this technology crosses over into the military arena, vulnerability becomes important. Army combat vehicles must be capable of surviving the full spectrum of threats and environments. The U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is responsible for assessing this capability when military systems are exposed to ballistic, nuclear, biological, chemical, and directed energy threats; information operations and electronic warfare; flame and incendiary attacks; as well as the influence of the electromagnetic (EM) environment, obscurants, weather, and secondary weapon effects. By performing vulnerability analyses, ARL supports all phases of army acquisition to include design, development, test, and evaluation. A vulnerability analysis performed early in a system design program can result in more survivable systems through the implementation of good design practices. The purpose of this paper is to present the ARL analysis process structure for combat vehicles and to indicate how design practices of a hybrid electric drive (HED) can affect survivability.
It is the foundation for agent cooperation that understanding between agents in a multi-agent environment. It implies that the service agents should describe their capabilities and the requisition agents or users describe their tasks in a suitable manner and make both of them to be known by the matchmakers and other agents before any advertisement, request or matchmaking took place. In this paper, we discussed the methods to describe task and capability and make match between them with domain ontology. Both task and capability can be described by input and output with parameters and constraints, so we can accomplish matchmaking by two steps, which are parameter implication and constraint satisfaction. The former deals with concept matching and the latter constraints matching. Meanwhile, domain ontology will play an important role.
Left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH) in course of hypertension has been linked to the development of atrial fibrillation (AF) and other supraventricular arrhythmias (SVA). The aim was to discover the predictors of electrical instability which could identify hypertensives with the risk of SVA and to investigate the role of different types of left ventricle (LV) geometry on the risk of arrhythmias. The second aim was to evaluate two types of filtering of signal-averaging ECG in the prediction of cardiac arrhythmias in hypertensive patients. Statistical analysis including generalized additive models (GAM) were performed. Maximum heart rate (HRmax), duration of P-wave in Butterworth filtered atrial SAECG (hfP_S), envelope of the last 10 ms P-wave vector magnitude (obw10_S) and left atrial internal area (LAar) were identified as the model of SVA predictors.
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