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Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strmungsmechanik fr maritime Systeme II  

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Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strömungsmechanik für maritime Systeme II EBMS.06.2014 Masterstudiengänge SMT Holbach 14.04.2014 um 10:15 Uhr im Raum 501 Fachgebiet Entwurf und Betrieb Maritimer Systeme (EBMS) Fachgebiet Dynamik Maritimer Systeme (DMS) www.marsys.tu-berlin.de www

Berlin,Technische Universität

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Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strmungsmechanik fr maritime Systeme I  

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Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strömungsmechanik für maritime Systeme I EBMS DMS Energieanlagen für Maritime Systeme (IV) Postel 31.10.2014, 28.11.2014, 12.12.2014, 16 Maritimer Systeme (EBMS) Fachgebiet Dynamik Maritimer Systeme (DMS) www.marsys.tu-berlin.de www

Berlin,Technische Universität

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Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strmungsmechanik fr maritime Systeme I / CFD in der maritimen Technik  

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Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strömungsmechanik für maritime Systeme I / CFD in der maritimen Technik EBMS DMS Energieanlagen für Maritime Systeme (IV) Postel 19.10.2012, 02 Entwurf und Betrieb Maritimer Systeme (EBMS) Fachgebiet Dynamik Maritimer Systeme (DMS

Berlin,Technische Universität

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Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strmungsmechanik fr maritime Systeme I / CFD in der maritimen Technik  

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Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strömungsmechanik für maritime Systeme I / CFD in der maritimen Technik EBMS DMS Energieanlagen für Maritime Systeme (IV) Postel 11.11.2011, 02 und Betrieb Maritimer Systeme (EBMS) Fachgebiet Dynamik Maritimer Systeme (DMS) Praxis des Seeverkehrs

Berlin,Technische Universität

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Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strmungsmechanik fr maritime Systeme II / CFD in der maritimen Technik  

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Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strömungsmechanik für maritime Systeme II / CFD Fachgebiet Entwurf und Betrieb Maritimer Systeme (EBMS) Fachgebiet Dynamik Maritimer Systeme (DMS) Dipl Maritimer Systeme / Schiffs- entwurf II (IV) Holbach / Eckert Schiffs- propeller und Kavitation II (UE) Eckl

Berlin,Technische Universität

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Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strmungsmechanik fr maritime Systeme I / CFD in der maritimen Technik  

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Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strömungsmechanik für maritime Systeme I / CFD in der maritimen Technik EBMS DMS Energieanlagen für Maritime Systeme (IV) Postel 01.11.2013, 08 beim EB 104 Fachgebiet Entwurf und Betrieb Maritimer Systeme (EBMS) Fachgebiet Dynamik Maritimer

Berlin,Technische Universität

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Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strmungsmechanik fr maritime Systeme II / CFD in der maritimen Technik  

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Raum 501 Raum 101 Raum 301 Raum 501 * CFD = Numerische Strömungsmechanik für maritime Systeme II / CFD dem EB104 Fachgebiet Entwurf und Betrieb Maritimer Systeme (EBMS) Fachgebiet Dynamik Maritimer Systeme Entwurf und Betrieb Maritimer Systeme (EBMS) Fachgebiet Dynamik Maritimer Systeme (DMS) Stand: 02

Berlin,Technische Universität

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Mikro-Mars, a Micro-Mission to Planet Mars  

Microsoft Academic Search

In the context of the international Mars exploration Projects, the proposed micromission can contribute substantially in increasing the scientific results and to establish a future low cost lander mission. The Mikro- Mars Mission concept consists of an orbiter integrating a total scientific payload of 25 kg to Mars including a light-weight lander of 10 kg. The orbiter will be designed

B. Bischof; L. Kerstein; G. Neukum; H. Hoffmann

2002-01-01

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Sesquiharmonic modular forms and non-critical L-values Martin Raum  

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Sesquiharmonic modular forms and non-critical L-values Martin Raum Max Planck Instistute for Mathematics Bonn, Germany October 13th 2011 Martin Raum (MPIM Bonn) Sesquiharmonic modular forms Oct 13th 2011 and some other areas. We will relax these conditions to deal with more general applications. Martin Raum

Haller-Dintelmann, Robert

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Unterschiedliche Störungssyndrome der Meiose bei diploiden und polyploiden Sippen des Achillea millefolium-Komplexes und ihre Bedeutung für die Mikro-Evolution (Zur Phylogenie der Gattung Achillea, IV)  

Microsoft Academic Search

1.Die unterschiedliche Verteilung der Störungssyndrome der Pollenmeiose bei Diploiden (2x) und Polyploiden (4x, 6x, 8x) des Achillea millefolium-Komplexes und einiger nahestehender Arten (vgl. die speziellen Beiträge Ehrendorfer 1959b und c) wurde auf Grund der cytologischen Analyse von 186 Wildformen quantitativ dargestellt (Tabelle 1 und 2, Abb. 1).2.Zwischen den Störungserscheinungen und den Normalprozessen der cytogenetischen Differenzierung als Mechanismen der Mikro-Evolution ergeben

Friedrich Ehrendorfer; A. Einleitung

1959-01-01

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Wann? 29.11.2013, von 08:30 bis 18:00 Uhr Wo? Schloss Mannheim, Ostflgel, Raum O138  

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Wann? 29.11.2013, von 08:30 bis 18:00 Uhr Wo? Schloss Mannheim, Ostflügel, Raum O138 (Fuchs Petrolub-Festsaal) Was? Anlässlich des 70. Todestages von Otto Selz veranstaltet das OSI ihm zu Ehren ein von Auschwitz er- mordet. Um ihm und seinen Verdiensten zu gedenken, wird ein Symposium zu seinem 70

Mannheim, Universität

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Modul Prfungsberechtigte Raum Telefon e-mail Lineare Algebra fr Ing. Bley MA518 78846 bley@math.tu-berlin.de  

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1 Modul Prüfungsberechtigte Raum Telefon e-mail Lineare Algebra für Ing. Bley MA518 78846 bley@math.tu-berlin.de Holtz MA417 29295 holtz@math-berlin.de Knipping MA576 29782 knipping@math.tu-berlin.de Liesen MA378 29295 liesen@math.tu-berlin.de Nabben MA372 29291 nabben@math.tu-berlin.de Penn-Karras MA825 23760

Nabben, Reinhard

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Modul Prfungsberechtigte Raum Telefon e-mail Lineare Algebra fr Ing. Nabben MA372 29291 nabben@math.tu-berlin.de  

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1 Modul Prüfungsberechtigte Raum Telefon e-mail Lineare Algebra für Ing. Nabben MA372 29291 nabben@math.tu-berlin.de Penn-Karras MA825 23760 pkarras@math.tu-berlin.de Scheutzow MA776 25767 ms@math.tu-berlin.de Unterreiter MA672 24884 unterreiter@math.tu-berlin.de Analysis I für Ing. Bärwolff MA669 25749 baerwolf@math

Nabben, Reinhard

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Ort/Zeit Geb. 46 Raum 210 Geb. 46 Raum 220 Geb. 42 Raum 115 Geb. 46 Raum 110 Ingenieurwissen-  

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Kommunikationstechnik Prof. Dr. Ralph Urbansky Bio- und Chemie- ingenieurwesen Dr.-Ing. Kai Muffler Architektur Dipl Kommunikationstechnik Prof. Dr. Ralph Urbansky Bio- und Chemie- ingenieurwesen Dr.-Ing. Kai Muffler Architektur Dipl

Berns, Karsten

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Seminar Kognitive Robotik Raum: C6120  

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). Symbols, pattern, and behavior: towards a new understanding of intelligence. Proc. of the Japanese), London (England): MIT Press. Clark, A., & Grush, R. (1999). Towards a cognitive robotics. Adaptive). A robust layered control system for a mobile robot. IEEE Journal of Robotics and Automation, RA2(1), 1423

Moeller, Ralf

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Migration durch EU-Integration? Folgen für den ländlichen Raum  

Microsoft Academic Search

Der Zusammenbruch des planwirtschaftlichen Systems in Mittel- und Osteuropa zu Beginn dieses Jahrzehnts und die Öffnung dieser Volkswirtschaften hat zu einem bedeutenden Migrationsschub nach Westeuropa geführt. Die Darstellung der Entwicklung der bisherigen Migrationsströme aus Mittel- und Osteuropa und die Bestimmungsgründe der Migration bilden den Ausgangspunkt für eine Schätzung des zukünftig zu erwartenden Migrationsniveaus im Falle eines EU-Beitritts einzelner mittel- und

Witold-Roger Poganietz; Lydia Glauch

1997-01-01

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Methadon-assoziierte Todesfälle im Raum Aachen (1994–1998)  

Microsoft Academic Search

Zusammenfassung  \\u000a Bei jedem Fünften (19\\/102) der zwischen Februar 1994 und Februar 1998 im Institut für Rechtsmedizin der RWTH Aachen registrierten\\u000a Drogentodesfälle wurde eine Beteiligung des Opioides Methadon festgestellt. Obwohl sich die gesamte Anzahl der opiatsubstituierten\\u000a Patienten in Stadt und Kreis Aachen im genannten Zeitraum etwa verzehnfachte, kam es jährlich gleichbleibend zu 4 bis 6 methadonassoziierten\\u000a Todesfällen, zumeist infolge von Mischintoxikationen.

D. Servais; M. Erkens

2000-01-01

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Weyl's Raum, Zeit, Materie and its Early Reception  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Let us recall first some biographical data. Hermann Weyl (1885-1955) becomes professor at the ETH (Zürich) in 1913. At that time, he is well known for his contributions in pure mathematics: Riemann surfaces and integral equations. Already in his works on integral equations -- especially in 1912-1913 -- he has strong interest in mathematical physics. Weyl's career is almost immediately interrupted by the First World War. According to Thomas Hawkins "Although at first Weyl was judged physically unfit for military service by the German army, he was finally drafted in the spring of 1915 but was discharged the following spring at the request of the Swiss government." His scientific career begins anew in 1916. During the period 1916-1923, his research is mainly devoted to the formalization of special and general relativity...

Eckes, Christophe

2015-01-01

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Vorlesungen fr Besucher SS 2014 Fakultt LV-Nr. Vorlesungstitel Fr welches Semester? Ort Raum Verlinkung zum Raum Tag Uhrzeit  

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, Informatik: Games Engineering, Wirtschaftsinformatik) Garching MW0001 https://portal.mytum.de/ display (Informatik, Informatik: Games Engineering, Wirtschaftsinformatik) Garching MW0001 https für Informatik 2. Semester (Informatik, Informatik: Games Engineering Garching MI HS 1 http

Cengarle, María Victoria

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The Politics of Language in Education: The "Mikro" Case in South Africa  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

School language policies stand at the nexus of identity politics and human rights in contemporary South Africa. Since 1996, litigation on school language policies has been resolved on the basis of language rights. Courts have emphasized that the mere mention of single-medium schools in the constitution in no way privileges these institutions over…

Bargueno, David P.

2012-01-01

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What is Missing from Minkowski s Raum und Zeit Thibault DAMOUR  

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mathematicians and physicists), and it is clear that the dramatic tone3 , and non-technical nature of his Cologne months after the Cologne lecture, added a further romantic aura (`a la Galois) to the last publication he benefitted from a large diffusion. Within a few months it was published in three periodicals, as well

Damour, Thibault

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2/1/2014 Mikro-Windrder: ko-Strom frs Handyunterwegs -WinFuture.de http://winfuture.de/news,79732.html 1/4  

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Links Windows 8.1 Update 1: Feature-Set steht schon fest Microsoft: Smart-Lift weiß, wohin Passagiere Forum Windows 8 Forum Windows 7 Forum Windows XP Forum Screenshots WinFuture Update Pack News einsenden

Chiao, Jung-Chih

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Stand: 9.7.2013 Vorlesungszeit: 14.10.2013 8.02.2014  

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13.30 ­ 15.00 Raum 0180 Heidi Minning *English Grammar in Use - B1 Di 13.30 ­ 15.00 Raum 0185 Elena Purposes B2 Mi 8.15 ­ 9.45 Raum 0180 Stephen Starck *English Grammar Compact - B1 Mi 10.00 ­ 11.30 Raum English for Business Management Communication Module B2 (limited enrollment) Mo 8.00 ­ 9.30 Raum 0540 Ray

Heiz, Ulrich

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Die Wirkung als Naturkraft und die Herkunft von Zeit, Raum, Dimensionen, Naturkräften, und Gesetzen von Logik, Geometrie und Physik bei der Entstehung der Welt  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Das Wirkungs-Welt-Modell enthält eine einfache Beschreibung des Anfanges der Welt, wonach, ausgehend vom einfachsten Zustand der logisch notwendigen Bejahung ihrer Existenz innerhalb ihr selbst, alles sukzessiv bewirkt wird, und ihre logischen, geometrischen und physikalischen Eigenschaften Aspekte der Verkörperung und Fortwirkung primordialer Fakten darstellen, ohne externe Schöpfung auszuschließen. Die ersten Dimensionen und sie formal und subjektiv charakterisierenden Größen sind: Informationsmenge und Wirkung, mit abzählbarem Ereignis und Wirkungsquantum; Zeit und Energie, mit deren Planck-Einheiten; Geschwindigkeit oder Strecke und Impuls, mit Lichtgeschwindigkeit oder Planck-Länge; Krümmung oder zwei räumliche Richtungen, mit Gravitationskonstanten, und aus den ihnen entsprechenden primären Naturkräften setzen sich die uns geläufigen zusammen.

Landgraf, Werner

2011-02-01

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Modul Prfungsberechtigte Raum Telefon e-mail Lineare Algebra fr Ing. Knipping MA576 29782 knipping@math.tu-berlin.de  

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knipping@math.tu-berlin.de Liesen MA378 29295 liesen@math.tu-berlin.de Nabben MA372 29291 nabben@math.tu-berlin.de Penn-Karras MA825 23760 pkarras@math.tu-berlin.de Scheutzow MA776 25767 ms@math.tu-berlin.de Unterreiter MA672 24884 unterreiter@math.tu-berlin.de Analysis I für Ing. Bärwolff MA669 25749 baerwolf@math

Nabben, Reinhard

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Protokoll der VMITET Generalversammlung Die Generalversammlung hat am 14.02.2012 um 16:20 im ITET Board Meeting Raum (ETZ E81)  

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pmarco@ethz.ch 4. Marc Kuhn VMITET - Inst für Komm.tech (nari) kuhn@nari.ee.ethz.ch UK Vertreter: Die. Christian Conte Automatic Control Laboratory cconte@control.ee.ethz.ch 2. Eric Slottke Inst für (IIS) badawi@iis.ee.ethz.ch 7. Bjoern Menze Inst Computer Vision Laboratory (BiWi) bjoern@ethz.ch 8

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Vorlesungszeit: 06.10.2014 30.01.2015 Kursbeginn: ab 06.10.2014  

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.00 Raum 0180 Heidi Minning *English Grammar in Use B1 Di 13.30 ­ 15.00 Raum 0185 Elena Lupas Management Introduction to Academic Writing C1 Mi 10.00 ­ 11.30 Raum 0180 Stephen Starck *English Grammar Compact B1 Mi 10 and Writing C2 Mi 17.15 ­ 18.45 Raum 1025, Karlstr. 45-47 Ross Clark *English Grammar in Review B1 Do 08

Heiz, Ulrich

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2.4 GHz'de Yüksek Kazançli Mikro?erit Yama Anten Tasarim ve Gerçekle?tirimi 2.4 GHz High Power Microstrip Patch Antenna Design and Realization  

Microsoft Academic Search

This work presents the design of high-gain directional microstrip patch antenna for operation at 2.4 GHz. Low cost of fabrication and low profile features of microstrip antennas, attract many researchers to investigate the performance of this antenna in various ways.The design requirements for the antennas include a VSWR of less than or equal to 2:1 for 50 Ohm reference impedance,

Alper Yildirim; H. Bülent; Selçuk Paker; Yama Antenler

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SoSe 2014 (Vorlesungszeit): 07.04. 11.07.2014 Kursbeginn: ab 07.04.2014  

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0180 Heidi Minning *English Grammar in Review - B1 Di 13.30 ­ 15.00 Raum 0185 Elena Lupas Management.45 Raum 0180 Stephen Starck *English Grammar Compact - B1 Mi 10.00 ­ 11.30 Raum 0180 Stephen Starck.campus.tum.de ab 02.04.2014 Einstufungstest erforderlich: www.moodle.tum.de Hauptgebäude München English

Heiz, Ulrich

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Mittwoch, 25. Juni 2014 Vorprogramm Hochschulforschungsnachwuchs (HoFoNa)  

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/Raum Hörsaal 1 Seminarraum 1 Seminarraum 2 Seminarraum 3 Moderne Sklaverei in Academia Grade inflation Die) Grade inflation ­ Langfristige Prozessdynamik oder lokaler Trend? Prof. Dr. Volker Müller- Benedict

Hamburg,.Universität

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JETSDREAM: Projekt Kleingasturbine JETSDREAM Prsentation, TU-Berlin " Tag der Lehre" von J.Zinkewitz 28.10.2010  

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.Zinkewitz 28.10.2010 JETSDREAM Jet Engine Test Stand for Data Recording, Evaluating And Monitoring-und Raumfahrt JetCat P80 Modellbautriebwerk In Entwicklung: MGT ILR200 MikroGasTurbine Institut für Luft

Berlin,Technische Universität

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PC-POOL PHYSIK Christian Hennig | Institute fr Physik | Wintersemester 2014/15  

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PC-POOL PHYSIK Christian Hennig | Institute für Physik | Wintersemester 2014/15 #12;Raum und Zeit Wo und wie Raum EW 019/20 (Erdgeschoss) PC-Pool Physik | Christian Hennig | Wintersemester 2014-Pool (kein Zugang mit tubIT-Account) PC-Pool Physik | Christian Hennig | Wintersemester 2014/15 Seite 2 #12

Nabben, Reinhard

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Using spatial Co-location for Coordination in Ubiquitous Computing Environments  

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layout, binding behavior and 1 Depending on the context the German word "Raum" could be translated as room, space, area or scope #12;relation of objects in the virtual world to the behavior of associated communication between objects according to their spatial organisation in the environment. Therefore the RAUM

Beigl, Michael

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Two mechanisms of vision in primates  

Microsoft Academic Search

Versuche an „split-brain“ Affen legten die Annahme nahe, daß die Wahrnehmung des Raumes und die Wahrnehmung der Identität von Gegenständen auf anatomisch getrennten Hirnmechanismen beruhen. In der vorliegenden Arbeit werden die Sehmechanismen des Gehirns untersucht, wobei von der Überlegung ausgegangen wird, daß hier zwei parallele Prozesse involviert sind: ein dezentrierter („ambient“), der die Wahrnehmung des den Körper umgebenden Raumes bestimmt,

Colwyn B. Trevarthen

1968-01-01

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Prof. Dr. Katharina Morik, JProf. Dr. Uwe Ligges Dortmund, 09. April 2013 Ubungen: Hendrik Blom, Nadja Bauer  

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, Nadja Bauer ¨Ubungen zur Vorlesung Wissensentdeckung in Datenbanken Sommersemester 2013 Allgemeines-von-Frauenhofer-Strasse 23, Raum 1.44 · Statistik-Teil Nadja Bauer, bauer@statistik.tu-dortmund.de Sprechstunde: Di, 12

Morik, Katharina

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Dienstag 18. Mrz 2003 Groer Hrsaal 178  

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The Heart's Ear (1997) Violoncello und Stimme (2003) Chris Dench ik(s)land[s] (1997/98) 14:30 Uhr Raum 158 (Brisbane) Iannis Xenakis Tetora (1990) Liza Lim The Heart's Ear (1997) Violoncello und Stimme (2003) Chris

Röder, Beate

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18. Mrz 2003 Groer Hrsaal 178  

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's Ear (1997) Violoncello und Stimme (2003) Chris Dench ik(s)land[s] (1997/98) 14:30 Uhr Raum 158 Diotima (Brisbane) Iannis Xenakis Tetora (1990) Liza Lim The Heart's Ear (1997) Violoncello und Stimme (2003) Chris

Röder, Beate

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University College London Lars Bremer Vorbereitung  

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University College London Lars Bremer #12;Vorbereitung · Gespräch mit Professor Schäfer · Anmeldung als Wohnungssuchend #12;University College London · London · Größter Urbane Raum in der EU · Etwa im Hyde Park · Queens Birthday, Hochzeiten, Olympiade, .... · UCL · In Bloomsbury - zentral in London

Hellebrand, Sybille

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INTERNATIONAL COURSE CATALOGUE  

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Modul Prüfung 19 / 147 Religious studies Master I.aTeachings of the Judaism 20577 S - Comparative Religious Poem Part 3: The Ultra-Orthodox (haredic) circle Art Gruppe Tag Rhythmus Zeit Raum 1. Termin

Potsdam, Universität

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Donnerstag, 22. Mai 2014 09:00 -11:10 Uhr  

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Berliner Ring Albert-Einstein-Allee M ähringer Weg J.-Franck-Ring Helmholtzstra�e Lehrer-Tal-Weg Albert-Einstein.bott@uni-ulm.de Gleichstellungsbeauftragte Professorin Dr. Anke Huckauf Festpunkt: M24 | Raum 238 Albert-Einstein-Allee 11 | 89081 Ulm Festpunkt: M24 | Raum 231 Albert-Einstein-Allee 11 | 89081 Ulm chancengleichheit@uni-ulm.de Telefon: +49 731

Pfeifer, Holger

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59. Ein Prfhoftest mit single-locus DNA-fingerprinting am Beispiel Schwarzenau.  

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59. Ein Prüfhoftest mit single-locus DNA- fingerprinting am Beispiel Schwarzenau. P Neumann1 RFA Prüfgruppen) Arbeiterinnen (n = 1560) entnommen und mit single-locus DNA-fingerprinting genotypisiert (4 Mikro single-locus DNA-fingerprinting möglich ist, die Integrität von Prüfgruppen in der Leistungsprüfung zu

Boyer, Edmond

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Development of a Data Acquisition System for the Air Shower Fluorescence  

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on a Raspberry Pi mini computer com- bined with environment sensors connected to an Arduino microcontroller Raspberry Pi mini Computer in Kombination mit Umwelt Sensoren, die mit einem Arduino Mikro- controller.2.1 Raspberry Pi Mini Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 3.2.2 Arduino Microcontroller

Hebbeker, Thomas

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THE PLANT BIOLOGY SEMINAR Molecular Plant Biology, Department of Biochemistry  

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biofuel production Mikro (Kiinamyllynkatu 13) 22.01.2014 Eevi Rintamäki Thioredoxin networks fluorescence in characterization of mutants with altered regulation of photosynthetic energy transduction Pha1 State University, USA at 14:15 Unculturable but not undiscoverable: identification (& enrichment

Wahlberg, Niklas

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Infrared line cameras based on linear arrays for industrial temperature measurement  

Microsoft Academic Search

The PYROLINE\\/ MikroLine cameras provide continuous, non-contact measurement of linear temperature distributions. Operation in conjunction with the IR_LINE software provides data recording, real-time graphical analysis, process integration and camera-control capabilities. One system is based on pyroelectric line sensors with either 128 or 256 elements, operating at frame rates of 128 and 544 Hz respectively. Temperatures between 0 and 1300DGRC are

Peter Drogmoeller; Guenter Hofmann; Helmut Budzier; Thomas Reichardt; Manfred Zimmerhackl

2002-01-01

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Infrared line cameras for industrial temperature measurement  

Microsoft Academic Search

The PYROLINE\\/MikroLine cameras provide continuous, non-contact measurement of linear tem- perature distributions. Operation in conjunction with the IR_LINE software provides data recording, real-time graphical analysis, process integration and camera-control capabilities. One system is based on pyroelectric line sensors with either 128 or 256 elements, operating at frame rates of 128 and 544 Hz respectively. Temperatures between 0 and 1300 °C

Peter Drögmöller; Günter Hofmann; Helmut Budzier; Thomas Reichardt; Manfred Zimmerhackl

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Über Nostoc sphaericum Vauch  

Microsoft Academic Search

Aus Blasia pusilla-Blattohren isolierte Nostoc sphaericum-Lager wurden u.a. auch in verschiedenen stickstofffreien Nährlösungen rein kultiviert. Die Algen wuchsen hierin bei Zimmertemperatur und ohne Zusatzbeleuchtung gut. Der Stickstoffgehalt wurde nach 90 und 140 Tagen an durch UV-Bestrahlung (4 min, 30 cm Abstand) erhaltenen bakterienfreien Kulturen ermittelt. Mit Hilfe der Mikro-Kjeldahl-Methode ließen sich in 10 ml Kulturflüssigkeit (mit Algen) durchschnittlich 0,615 bzw.

Helmut Pankow; Brunhilde Martens

1964-01-01

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System identification, estimation and control for a cost effective open-source quadcopter  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper describes system identification, estimation and control of translational motion and heading angle for a cost effective open-source quadcopter — the MikroKopter. The dynamics of its built-in sensors, roll and pitch attitude controller, and system latencies are determined and used to design a computationally inexpensive multi-rate velocity estimator that fuses data from the built-in inertial sensors and a low-rate

Inkyu Sa; Peter Corke

2012-01-01

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Fast thermo-pneumatic actuation of a thin PDMS membrane using a micro Peltier-element for microfluidic applications  

Microsoft Academic Search

\\u000a Zusammenfassung  In diesem Beitrag wird ein Konzept für eine schnelle thermopneumatische Aktuation einer dünnen, flexiblen PDMS-Membran vorgestellt.\\u000a Dabei wird die Temperatur einer Arbeitsflüssigkeit in einem kolbenähnlichen Flüssigkeitsreservoir mittels eines Mikro-Peltier-Elements\\u000a gesteuert. Durch Variation der Temperatur der Arbeitsflüssigkeit, in diesem Fall Ethanol, wird über die volumetrische thermische\\u000a Ausdehnung direkt eine Auslenkung der Membran erzielt. Das Abschnüren und anschließende Öffnen eines mikrofluidischen Kanals

Th. Lederer; W. Hilber; B. Jakoby

2009-01-01

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Untersuchungen an Populationen des Taraxacum-officinale -Komplexes im Kontaktgebiet der diploiden und polyploiden Biotypen  

Microsoft Academic Search

Zusammenfassung DerTaraxacum-officinale-Komplex enthält im Raume von Niederösterreich neben polyploiden auch zahlreiche diploide Biotypen. Bei Untersuchungen an 5 Populationen zu je 100 Pflanzen stellte sich heraus, daß sich die Populationen und deren Teilpopulationen in den meisten Fällen aus einem Gemisch von diploiden und polyploiden Pflanzen aufbauen. Rein diploide und rein polyploide Teilpopulationen sind selten. Wie in überwiegend polyploiden Populationen lassen sich

Dietrich Fürnkranz

1966-01-01

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Myelin-Figuren aus Drüsenhaaren von Verbascum Blattaria  

Microsoft Academic Search

Zusammenfassung In den Drüsenhaaren vonVerbascum Blattaria sammelt sich im subkutikularen Raum eine doppelbrechende „Myelin“-Substanz an. Wenn dieses Sekret durch die Kutikula austritt, so bildet es in Wasser vielgestaltige Myelinfiguren. Da das Sekret die Eigenschaften eines Lipoids besitzt und sich mit dem Schiff sehen Reagens violett färben kann, so dürfte es als Acetalphosphatid oder Plasmal im Sinne von Feulgen zu bezeichnen

Otto Härtel; Griseldis Kenda; Friedl Weber

1950-01-01

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Brutbiologie und den Bestand steuernde Faktoren bei Waldkauz ( Strix aluco ) und Waldohreule ( Asio otus ) in der Schwäbischen Alb  

Microsoft Academic Search

Zusammenfassung Im Raum Göppingen—Geislingen—Laichingen wurden 126 Bruten des Waldkauzes und 80 Bruten der Waldohreule untersucht. Die Abhängigkeit von Brutbeginn, Gelegestärke, Jungenzahl, Verlusten und Bruterfolg von Höhenlage, Art des Nistplatzes, Witterung und Nahrungsangebot wird diskutiert und mit der Literatur aus anderen Gebieten verglichen. Der Waldkauz ist ausgesprochen ortstreu und durch große Anpassungsfähigkeit bei der Nistplatzwahl und Ernährung (Ausweichen auf Vogelnahrung in

Dieter Rockenbauch

1978-01-01

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Tomorrow`s Data Management Systems  

E-print Network

Kolloquium Tomorrow`s Data Management Systems Prof. Dr. Tim Kraska 16.05.2013 . 17:15 . B6, Raum responsible for this explosion of data range from mobile sensors to social media services. The massive power are not increasing at the same pace as data, leaving an increasingly large gap between the data

Mannheim, Universität

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Integration of fiber mirrors and ion traps for a high-fidelity  

E-print Network

, and clearance for a fiber-based Fabry-Perot cavity. The small dimensions of the fiber mirrors allow us, um Ionen zu detektieren und zu manipulieren, und Raum f¨ur einen Faser-basierten Fabry-Perot Modenvolumen, welche hohe Kopplungsraten zwischen Ionen und Resonator- photonen erm¨oglichen, k

Blatt, Rainer

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Eine Bemerkung zu einem Satz von E. Becker und D. Gondard J.-L. Colliot-Thel`ene  

E-print Network

¨atzen Gebrauch zu machen. Becker und Gondard benutzen den Raum aller R-Stellen eines K¨orpers, sowie einen SatzEine Bemerkung zu einem Satz von E. Becker und D. Gondard J.-L. Colliot-Th´el`ene Eberhard Becker zum 60. Geburtstag gewidmet In ihrer Arbeit [B-G] geben E. Becker und D. Gondard eine algebraische

Colliot-Thelene, Jean-Louis

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Extended Major Histocompatibility Complex Haplotypes  

E-print Network

diabetic and normal chro- mosomes in the study families. We demonstrated that all of the previouslyExtended Major Histocompatibility Complex Haplotypes in Type I Diabetes Mellitus Donald Raum studied major histocom- patibility complex markers in Caucasian patients with type I diabetes mellitus

Alper, Chester A.

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JOHANN WOLFGANG GOETHEUNIVERSITAT FRANKFURT/MAIN Fachbereich Mathematik Prof. Dr. J. Baumeister  

E-print Network

JOHANN WOLFGANG GOETHE­UNIVERSIT¨AT FRANKFURT/MAIN Fachbereich Mathematik Prof. Dr. J. Baumeister normierter Raum und sei A X . Zeige: x X ist Extremalpunkt von co(A) genau dann, wenn x A und x / co A H-(, ), so ist F := A H(, ) eine Seite von A . 4.) Sei A der Einheitsw¨urfel in R4 , d. h. A := {x

Baumeister, Johann

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Davide Cantoni (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitt Mnchen) The Economic Effects of the Protestant Reformation in the German Lands  

E-print Network

Plumpe (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) Theorie und Praxis der Unternehmerschaft am Regensburg) Die Kosten und Nutzen von Größe in einem frühen Sozialversicherungssystem: Die deutschen Knappschaftsvereine 1854-1923 Raum: VG 1.31 22. Mai Roman Sandgruber (Johannes-Kepler-Universität Linz) Die Lenzinger

Schubart, Christoph

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Diplomanden-und Doktorandenseminar des Instituts fr Informatik  

E-print Network

@in.tu-clausthal.de Dienstag den 24. Juli 2007 11.00 Uhr in Raum 106 Theory and Practice of the Motorola MCU 12 Microcontroller a manual that introduces the reader to the world of the Micro- controllers and the Motorola MCU 12 will increase his skills with the MCU, from the easiest tasks to the complex ones. The main features

Zachmann, Gabriel

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Einladung zur 4. Veranstaltung am 12. 03. 2012 um 19.00 Uhr im Super C,  

E-print Network

,,Fördervereins aachen_fenster ­ raum für bauen und kultur" Aachen, den 1.03. 2012 Die von der Initiative Aachen in der Planungsphase engagiert begleiteten Campusprojekte der RWTH Aachen: Innenstadt, West und Melaten werden Aachen im nächsten Jahrzehnt entscheidend verändern. An ihnen machen sich viele Hoffnungen fest

Borchers, Jan

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Center for Computational Engineering Science Prof. Dr. Martin Frank  

E-print Network

Center for Computational Engineering Science Prof. Dr. Martin Frank RWTH Aachen · D-52056 Aachen http://www.mathcces.rwth-aachen.de/5people/frank/jobs C++ Programmier HiWi-Job 9,5 h/Woche ab Dezember Aachen, Raum 325 Tel.: 0241 80-98662 Email: richter@mathcces.rwth-aachen.de #12;

Ábrahám, Erika

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Freud und Wittgenstein im Konflikt zwischen skularem Denken und Religion  

E-print Network

, den 25. Februar 2015, 18.15h-19.30h / Hauptgebäude / Raum 120 ,,Sigmund Freuds Atheismus wurde zumFreud und Wittgenstein im Konflikt zwischen säkularem Denken und Religion Symposion mit dem, säkularem Denken und Religion entfaltet hat. Er zeigt, wie Freud in seinem Leben und Denken auf sehr

Sola, Rolf Haenni

62

ffentliche Anhrung der AG Afghanistan der FDP-Bundestagsfraktion  

E-print Network

12:00 bis 16:00 Uhr im Paul-Löbe-Haus, Raum E.400, Eingang West (gegenüber Bundeskanzleramt) Konrad (AA), Brigadegeneral Erhard Bühler (BMVg), Dr. Wolfgang Gerhardt (MdB), Birgit Homburger (Md-Bundestagsfraktion Podium 1: Afghanistan und seine Nachbarn Moderation: Dr. Wolfgang Gerhardt, MdB, Au�enpolitischer Experte

Wichmann, Felix

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Institut fr Energie-und Automatisierungstechnik FG Elektronische Mess-und Diagnosetechnik  

E-print Network

- Eine Einführung für Ingenieure. Oldenbourg Verlag, 2001 Betreuer: Dipl.-Ing. Jürgen Funck Tel.: 314-23356 E-Mail: juergen.funck@tu-berlin.de Raum: EN 547 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Clemens Gühmann Tel.: 314-29393 E

Wichmann, Felix

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Art & Science Visualization, Abteilung fur Geometrie Lehrveranstaltungen im WS 2009/10  

E-print Network

Vortragender Zeit Ort Beginn Einf¨uhrung in die aktuellen Standardsoftware - Visualisierungsprogramme (VU) Ass Einf¨uhrung in die Programmierung (VU) Ass. Dr. Franz Gruber Termin n.V. (Kick Off) siehe Homepage Raum 9 n.V. 2D Computergrafik (VU) Ass. Peter Calvache Fr, 16.10 / 14.00­20.00 Mo, 19.10 / 10

Stachel, Hellmuth

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3 | 10 MaxPlanckForschung 3 der Physiker Ernst Mach schrieb die folgenden ,,Anti-  

E-print Network

3 | 10 MaxPlanckForschung 3 der Physiker Ernst Mach schrieb die folgenden ,,Anti- methaphysischen Ernst Mach diese Zeilen verfasste, konnte er nicht ahnen, wie sehr im 20. Jahrhundert seine Bemerkungen unterschiedli- chen Sinnesleistungen zur Navigation im Raum. Ernst Mach fuhr in seinem Vorwort fort: ,,Diese

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Englischsprachige Lehrveranstaltung im Sommersemester 2010: Evgeni Fedorovich: Numerical Modeling and Simulation of Atmospheric Boundary  

E-print Network

and Simulation of Atmospheric Boundary Layer Flows with Complex Forcings Ort: Geomatikum, Raum 1536c Zeit and Simulation of Atmospheric Boundary Layer Flows with Complex Forcings Modultyp: Wahl Angestrebte flows in the atmospheric boundary layer. The teaching effort will be focused on the exposing course

Fedorovich, Evgeni

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Expansion unseres Kein Anfang, kein Ende ?  

E-print Network

Gelehrsamkeit« #12;1915 zeigt Albert Einstein Mit Gravitation wird die Geometrie des Minkowski Albert Einstein Einstein revolutioniert die Physik #12;Gravitation krümmt Raum Riemannscher Geometrie ds Einstein 1917 #12;1 Radian = 180/p x 60 x 60 = 206.265´´ 1 Parsec = 206.265 AE ~ 3,08 x 1016 m ~ 3

Hanke-Bourgeois, Martin

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Dienstag, 22. Oktober 2013 09:00 -11:10 Uhr  

E-print Network

Berliner Ring Albert-Einstein-Allee M ähringer Weg J.-Franck-Ring Helmholtzstra�e Lehrer-Tal-Weg Albert-Einstein. Anke Huckauf Festpunkt: M24 | Raum 238 Albert-Einstein-Allee 11 | 89081 Ulm gleichstellungsbeauftragte Albert-Einstein-Allee 11 | 89081 Ulm chancengleichheit@uni-ulm.de Telefon: +49 731 50-22816 Personalrat

Pfeifer, Holger

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Leistungsangebot Cell-Sorting  

E-print Network

@med.uni-goettingen.de Standort: Robert-Koch-Stra�e 40 UBFT, Ebene 2, Raum 2D2 280 37075 Göttingen #12;Zentrale Service Service-Einheit Cell-Sorting, Robert-Koch-Str. 40, Tel. 0551-39-12772 Seite 2 von 2 Stand: August 2010 #12;

Gollisch, Tim

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Eine Bemerkung zu einem Satz von E. Becker und D. Gondard J.L. ColliotThelene  

E-print Network

Ë?atzen Gebrauch zu machen. Becker und Gondard benutzen den Raum aller R­Stellen eines KË?orpers, sowie einen SatzEine Bemerkung zu einem Satz von E. Becker und D. Gondard J.­L. Colliot­Thâ??elâ??ene Eberhard Becker zum 60. Geburtstag gewidmet In ihrer Arbeit [B­G] geben E. Becker und D. Gondard eine algebraische

Rost, Markus

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Kultureller Materialismus und Cultural Studies: Aspekte der Kultur-und Medientheorie von Raymond Williams  

Microsoft Academic Search

Das fortbestehende Interesse am Cultural Studies Approach im deutschsprachigen Raum wird neben der Neuorientierung in der\\u000a Populärkultur- und Medienanalyse auch von der intellektuellen Erfolgsgeschichte getragen, die dieser Ansatz in den anglo-amerikanischen\\u000a Ländern zu verzeichnen hat.1 Die Hinwendung zum Cultural Studies Approach innerhalb kultur- und mediensoziologischer Forschung\\u000a führt dabei zum Kontakt mit theoretischen und methodischen Konzepten, die in der Tradition kultursoziologischer

Udo Göttlich

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Deutscher Bundestag 17. Wahlperiode  

E-print Network

�ffentliche Anhörung am 05.09.2011, von 11.00 Uhr bis 14.00 Uhr Paul-Löbe-Haus, Raum 4 900 10557 Berlin, Konrad-Adenauer-Str. 1 Vorsitz: Wolfgang Bosbach, MdB �ffentliche Anhörung von Sachverständigen zum a, 65 Sprachregister der Abgeordneten Vors. Wolfgang Bosbach 10, 18, 19, 22, 26, 27, 35, 44, 58, 59, 60

Pukelsheim, Friedrich

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Zeit im Wandel der Zeit.  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Contents: Einleitung(P. C. Aichelburg). 1. Über Zeit, Bewegung und Veränderung (Aristoteles). 2. Ewigkeit und Zeit (Plotin). 3. Was ist die Zeit? (Augustinus). 4. Von der Zeit (Immanuel Kant). 5. Newtons Ansichten über Zeit, Raum und Bewegung (Ernst Mach). 6. Über die mechanische Erklärung irreversibler Vorgänge (Ludwig Boltzmann). 7. Das Maß der Zeit (Henri Poincaré). 8. Dauer und Intuition (Henri Bergson). 9. Die Geschichte des Unendlichkeitsproblems (Bertrand Russell). 10. Raum und Zeit (Hermann Minkowski). 11. Der Unterschied von Zeit und Raum (Hans Reichenbach). 12. Newtonscher und Bergsonscher Zeitbegriff (Norbert Wiener). 13. Die Bildung des Zeitbegriffs beim Kinde (JeanPiaget).14. Eine Bemerkung über die Beziehungen zwischen Relativitätstheorie und der idealistischen Philosophie (Kurt Gödel). 15. Der zweite Hauptsatz und der Unterschied von Vergangenheit und Zukunft (Carl Friedrich v. Weizsäcker). 16. Zeit als physikalischer Begriff (Friedrich Hund). 17. Zeitmessung und Zeitbegriff in der Astronomie (Otto Heckmann). 18. Kann die Zeit rückwärts gehen? (Martin Gardner). 19. Zeit und Zeiten (Ilya Prigogine, Isabelle Stengers). 20. Zeit als dynamische Größe in der Relativitätstheorie (P. C. Aichelburg).

Aichelburg, P. C.

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International Business Studies Sprachkurse SS 2006  

E-print Network

International Business Studies Sprachkurse SS 2006 Stand: 27.02.2006 www-fakkw.uni-paderborn.de/ibs Raum K1812 English II for IBS (a) Neumann Mo 9 ­ 11 Do 11.00 ­ 12.30 E2.145 E2.145 K1812 English II for IBS (b) Neumann Mo 11.00 ­ 12.30 Do 7.30 ­ 9.00 E2.145 E2.145 K1812 English II for IBS (c) Neumann Di

Noé, Reinhold

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Basic principles for measurement of intramuscular pressure  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

We review historical and methodological approaches to measurements of intramuscular pressure (IMP) in humans. These techniques provide valuable measures of muscle tone and activity as well as diagnostic criteria for evaluation of exertional compartment syndrome. Although the wick and catheter techniques provide accurate measurements of IMP at rest, their value for exercise studies and diagnosis of exertional compartment syndrome is limited because of low frequency response and hydrostatic (static and inertial) pressure artifacts. Presently, most information on diagnosis of exertional compartment syndromes during dynamic exercise is available using the Myopress catheter. However, future research and clinical diagnosis using IMP can be optimized by the use of a miniature transducer-tipped catheter such as the Millar Mikro-tip.

Hargens, A. R.; Ballard, R. E.

1995-01-01

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A miniature VGA SWIR camera using MT6415CA ROIC  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This paper reports the development of a new miniature VGA SWIR camera called NanoCAM-6415, which is developed to demonstrate the key features of the MT6415CA ROIC such as high integration level, low-noise, and low-power in a small volume. The NanoCAM-6415 uses an InGaAs Focal Plane Array (FPA) with a format of 640 × 512 and pixel pitch of 15 ?m built using MT6415CA ROIC. MT6415CA is a low-noise CTIA ROIC, which has a system-on-chip architecture, allows generation of all the required timing and biases on-chip in the ROIC without requiring any external components or inputs, thus enabling the development of compact and low-noise SWIR cameras, with reduced size, weight, and power (SWaP). NanoCAM-6415 camera supports snapshot operation using Integrate-Then-Read (ITR) and Integrate-While-Read (IWR) modes. The camera has three gain settings enabled by the ROIC through programmable Full-Well-Capacity (FWC) values of 10.000 e-, 20.000 e-, and 350.000 e- in the very high gain (VHG), high-gain (HG), and low-gain (LG) modes, respectively. The camera has an input referred noise level of 10 e- rms in the VHG mode at 1 ms integration time, suitable for low-noise SWIR imaging applications. In order to reduce the size and power of the camera, only 2 outputs out of 8 of the ROIC are connected to the external Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) in the camera electronics, providing a maximum frame rate of 50 fps through a 26-pin SDR type Camera Link connector. NanoCAM-6415 SWIR camera without the optics measures 32 mm × 32 mm × 35 mm, weighs 45gr, and dissipates less than 1.8 W using a 5 V supply. These results show that MT6415CA ROIC can successfully be used to develop cameras for SWIR imaging applications where SWaP is a concern. Mikro-Tasarim has also developed new imaging software to demonstrate the functionality of this miniature VGA camera. Mikro-Tasarim provides tested ROIC wafers and also offers compact and easy-to-use test electronics, demo cameras, and hardware/software development kits for its ROIC customers to shorten their FPA and camera development cycles.

Eminoglu, Selim; Yilmaz, S. Gokhan; Kocak, Serhat

2014-06-01

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Denken in Wertschöpfung und Verschwendung  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Eine Antwort auf die Frage welche Arbeitsschritte, Aktivitäten und Prozesse als wertschöpfend betrachtet werden können, erhält man durch die Überlegung, ob der Kunde bereit ist dafür zu zahlen. Kunden sind sicher bereit dafür zu zahlen, dass z.B. die Räder an ihrem neuen PKW sicher montiert sind. Die im Unternehmen notwendigen logistischen Prozesse, die die Räder zu ihrem Montageort transportieren, sind aus Sicht des Kunden dagegen mit keinem Wert verbunden. Insofern ist er nicht bereit dafür zu zahlen und sämtliche internen logistischen Aktivitäten sind entsprechend nicht wertschöpfend. Verschwendung bzw. nicht wertschöpfende Arbeit umfasst alle Aktivitäten, Tätigkeiten und Prozesse, die Zeit, Ressourcen und/oder Raum kosten, aber nicht zur Erfüllung der Kundenanforderungen beitragen. Verschwendung ist damit der Teil der Arbeit, für den der Kunde nicht zahlt, z.B. den internen Transport von Bauteilen zum Montageort.

Bergmann, Lars; Lacker, Michael

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Development and validation of a high-performance liquid chromatographic method for the determination of cyproterone acetate in human skin.  

PubMed

In the framework of a preliminary study on the transdermal penetration of cyproterone acetate (CPA), a simple and rapid procedure involving an extraction step coupled to a HPLC-UV determination has been developed for the separation and quantification of CPA in the two main skin layers-epidermis and dermis-after local application. The separation of epidermis and dermis layers was carefully carried out by means of a sharp spatula after skin immersion in heated water at 65 degrees C. The two skin layers were then treated separately according to the same process: (1) sample homogenization by vibration after freezing with liquid nitrogen in a Mikro-Dismembrator; (2) CPA extraction with methanol after addition of the internal standard (betamethasone dipropionate); (3) centrifugation; (4) evaporation of a supernatant aliquot; (5) dissolution of the dry residue in methanol and addition of water; (6) centrifugation; (7) injection of a supernatant aliquot into the HPLC system. The separation was achieved on octadecylsilica stationary phase using a mobile phase consisting in a mixture of acetonitrile and water (40:60 (v/v)). The method was then validated using a new approach based on accuracy profiles over a CPA concentration range from 33 to 667 ng/ml for each skin layer. Finally, the method was successfully applied to the determination of CPA to several skin samples after topical application of different gel formulations containing CPA. PMID:15351057

Henry de Hassonville, Sandrine; Chiap, Patrice; Liégeois, Jean-François; Evrard, Brigitte; Delattre, Luc; Crommen, Jacques; Piel, Géraldine; Hubert, Philippe

2004-09-21

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A miniature low-cost LWIR camera with a 160×120 microbolometer FPA  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This paper presents the development of a miniature LWIR thermal camera, MSE070D, which targets value performance infrared imaging applications, where a 160x120 CMOS-based microbolometer FPA is utilized. MSE070D features a universal USB interface that can communicate with computers and some particular mobile devices in the market. In addition, it offers high flexibility and mobility with the help of its USB powered nature, eliminating the need for any external power source, thanks to its low-power requirement option. MSE070D provides thermal imaging with its 1.65 inch3 volume with the use of a vacuum packaged CMOS-based microbolometer type thermal sensor MS1670A-VP, achieving moderate performance with a very low production cost. MSE070D allows 30 fps thermal video imaging with the 160x120 FPA size while resulting in an NETD lower than 350 mK with f/1 optics. It is possible to obtain test electronics and software, miniature camera cores, complete Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and relevant documentation with MSE070D, as MikroSens want to help its customers to evaluate its products and to ensure quick time-to-market for systems manufacturers.

Tepegoz, Murat; Kucukkomurler, Alper; Tankut, Firat; Eminoglu, Selim; Akin, Tayfun

2014-06-01

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Development of nano-roughness calibration standards  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

At the Laboratory for Precise Measurements of Length, currently the Croatian National Laboratory for Length, unique nano-roughness calibration standards were developed, which have been physically implemented in cooperation with the company MikroMasch Trading OU and the Ru?er Boškovi? Institute. In this paper, a new design for a calibration standard with two measuring surfaces is presented. One of the surfaces is for the reproduction of roughness parameters, while the other is for the traceability of length units below 50 nm. The nominal values of the groove depths on these measuring surfaces are the same. Thus, a link between the measuring surfaces has been ensured, which makes these standards unique. Furthermore, the calibration standards available on the market are generally designed specifically for individual groups of measuring instrumentation, such as interferometric microscopes, stylus instruments, scanning electron microscopes (SEM) or scanning probe microscopes. In this paper, a new design for nano-roughness standards has been proposed for use in the calibration of optical instruments, as well as for stylus instruments, SEM, atomic force microscopes and scanning tunneling microscopes. Therefore, the development of these new nano-roughness calibration standards greatly contributes to the reproducibility of the results of groove depth measurement as well as the 2D and 3D roughness parameters obtained by various measuring methods.

Barši?, Gorana; Mahovi?, Sanjin; Zorc, Hrvoje

2012-03-01

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Epistemic Primacy vs. Ontological Elusiveness of Spatial Extension: Is There an Evolutionary Role for the Quantum?  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

A critical re-examination of the history of the concepts of space (including spacetime of general relativity and relativistic quantum field theory) reveals a basic ontological elusiveness of spatial extension, while, at the same time, highlighting the fact that its epistemic primacy seems to be unavoidably imposed on us (as stated by A.Einstein "giving up the extensional continuum … is like to breathe in airless space"). On the other hand, Planck's discovery of the atomization of action leads to the fundamental recognition of an ontology of non-spatial, abstract entities (Quine) for the quantum level of reality (QT), as distinguished from the necessarily spatio-temporal, experimental revelations ( measurements). The elementary quantum act (measured by Planck's constant) has neither duration nor extension, and any genuinely quantum process literally does not belong in the Raum and time of our experience. As Heisenberg stresses: "Während also die klassische Physik ein objectives Geschehen in Raum and Zeit zum Gegenstand hat, für dessen Existenz seine Beobachtung völlig irrelevant war, behandelt die Quantentheorie Vorgänge, die sozusagen nur in den Momenten der Beobachtung als raumzeitliche Phänomene aufleuchten, und über die in der zwischenzeit anschaulische physikalische Aussagen sinloss sind". An admittedly speculative, hazardous conjecture is then advanced concerning the relation of such quantum ontology with the role of the pre-phenomenal continuum (Husserl) in the perception of macroscopically distinguishable objects in the Raum and time of our experience. Although rather venturesome, it brings together important philosophical issues. Coherently with recent general results in works on the foundations of QT, it is assumed that the linearity of quantum dynamical evolution does not apply to the central nervous system of living beings at a certain level of the evolutionary ramification and at the pre-conscious stage of subjectivity. Accordingly, corresponding to the onset of a non-linear dynamic evolution, a `primary spatial' reduction is `continually' taking place, thereby constituting the neural precondition for the experience of distinguishable macroscopic objects in the continuous spatial extension. While preventing the theoretically possible quantum superpositions of macroscopic objects from being perceivable by living beings, the `primary reduction' has no effect on the standard processes concerning quantum level entities involved in laboratory man-made experiments. In this connection, an experimental check which might falsify the conjecture is briefly discussed. The approach suggested here, if sound, leads to a naturalization of that part of Kant's Transcendental Aesthetics than can survive the Euclidean catastrophe. According to such naturalized transcendentalism, "space can well be transcendental without the axioms being so", in agreement with a well-known statement by Boltzman. Finally, as far as QT is concerned, the conjecture entails that a scheme for quantum measurement of the von Neumann type cannot even `leave the ground', vindicating Bohr's viewpoint. A quantum theory of measurement, in a proper sense, turns out to be unnecessary and in fact impossible.

Pauri, Massimo

2011-11-01

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MT3825BA: a 384×288-25µm ROIC for uncooled microbolometer FPAs  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This paper reports the development of a new microbolometer Readout Integrated Circuit (ROIC) called MT3825BA. It has a format of 384 × 288 and a pixel pitch of 25?m. MT3825BA is Mikro-Tasarim's second microbolometer ROIC product, which is developed specifically for resistive surface micro-machined microbolometer detector arrays using high-TCR pixel materials, such as VOx and a-Si. MT3825BA has a system-on-chip architecture, where all the timing, biasing, and pixel non-uniformity correction (NUC) operations in the ROIC are applied using on-chip circuitry simplifying the use and system integration of this ROIC. The ROIC is designed to support pixel resistance values ranging from 30 K? to 100 K?. MT3825BA is operated using conventional row based readout method, where pixels in the array are read out in a row-by-row basis, where the applied bias for each pixel in a given row is updated at the beginning of each line period according to the applied line based NUC data. The NUC data is applied continuously in a row-by-row basis using the serial programming interface, which is also used to program user configurable features of the ROIC, such as readout gain, integration time, and number of analog video outputs. MT3825BA has a total of 4 analog video outputs and 2 analog reference outputs, placed at the top and bottom of the ROIC, which can be programmed to operate in the 1, 2, and 4-output modes, supporting frames rates well above 60 fps at a 3 MHz pixel output rate. The pixels in the array are read out with respect to reference pixels implemented above and below actual array pixels. The bias voltage of the pixels can be programmed over a 1.0 V range to compensate for the changes in the detector resistance values due to the variations coming from the manufacturing process or changes in the operating temperature. The ROIC has an on-chip integrated temperature sensor with a sensitivity of better than 5 mV / K, and the output of the temperature sensor can be read out the output as part of the analog video stream. MT3825BA can be used to build a microbolometer FPAs with an NETD value below 100 mK using a microbolometer detector array fabrication technology with a detector resistance value up to 100 K?, a high TCR value (< 2 % / K), and a sufficiently low pixel thermal conductance (Gth ? 20 nW / K). MT3825BA measures 13.0 mm × 13.5 mm and is fabricated on 200 mm CMOS wafers. The microbolometer ROIC wafers are engineered to have flat surface finish to simplify the wafer level detector fabrication and wafer level vacuum packaging (WLVP). The ROIC runs on 3.3 V analog and 1.8 V digital supplies, and dissipates less than 85 mW in the 2-output mode at 30 fps. Mikro-Tasarim provides tested ROIC wafers and offers compact test electronics and software for its ROIC customers to shorten their FPA and camera development cycles.

Eminoglu, Selim; Gulden, M. Ali; Bayhan, Nusret; Incedere, O. Samet; Soyer, S. Tuncer; Ustundag, Cem M. B.; Isikhan, Murat; Kocak, Serhat; Turan, Ozge; Yalcin, Cem; Akin, Tayfun

2014-06-01

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Fontinalis antipyretica as a bioindicator of environmental conditions in freshwater ecosystem from Sava River watershed and Cerkni?ko Lake, Slovenia  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Polluted waters recharging from agriculture water systems into watersheds have influence on water quality and living habitat. Stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen in combination with other minor and trace elements are often used to trace biogeochemical processes and contamination of water systems. The aim of the study was to assess state of environment with minor and trace elements and stable isotopes of C and N in selected Slovenian streams. Ten locations in Notranjska region, Slovenia, with different land use in the catchment (town, village, agricultural areas, farms, dairy farms), including reference point considered as non-polluted site, were sampled. Samples of water and aquatic moss F. antipyretica in Slovenian fresh waters were taken in all four seasons during years 2010 and 2012, but for stable isotope analyses of C and N only in three seasons during years 2010 and 2011. The water chemistry of investigated locations is dominated by hydrogen carbonate - calcium - magnesium, concentrations of nitrate seasonally range from 2.07 mg/l to 6.4 mg/l and at reference site does not exceed 1.3 mg/l. Total alkalinity of water at investigated locations ranges from 2.9 to 6.02 mM. The pH of investigated water range from 7.2 to 8.5, waters are saturated with oxygen (up to 134%) and conductivity ranges from 295 to 525 mikroS/cm, while at reference site conductivity is up to 180 mikroS/cm. The content of minor and trace elements in F. antipyretica ranged for Ni 4-38 mikrog/g, Zn 17-105 mikrog/g, Pb 2-28 mikrog/g, Cd 220-1953 ng/g, Cu 4-27 mikrog/g, Cr 4-49 mikrog/g, As 1-6 mikrog/g and Se 0.33-3.24 mikrog/g. The most polluted watershed was Pšata stream (agricultural areas, cattle farm) with highest values for Ni, Cr, Pb, Zn and As. The highest content of Se, was found in village (dairy farms) in Žerovniš?ica stream. The highest values were measured in February and October. Isotopic composition of dissolved inorganic carbon seasonally range from -13.3 to -8.1‰, and indicate waters dominated by degradation of organic matter and dissolution of carbonates. At the reference point average measured isotopic composition of dissolved inorganic carbon value is -2.7‰ which confirmed that this is a non-polluted site. Isotopic composition of carbon of F. antipyretica seasonally ranges from -45 to -32.9‰ and isotopic composition of nitrogen from -0.2‰ to 6.5‰, respectively. In comparison to C3 terrestrial plants F. antipyretica has more negative isotopic composition of carbon value, which is probably related with the difference in CO2 plant fixation and depends on isotopic composition of dissolved inorganic carbon in water, which is primarily controlled by geological composition and soil thickness in the watershed. Higher isotopic composition of nitrogen value found in F. antipyretica is related to agricultural activity in watershed, while at the reference site measured isotopic composition of nitrogen value is -4.1 ‰. From our study it is evident that isotopic composition of carbon and nitrogen is useful tracer of natural and anthropogenic inputs from terrestrial (fertilizing, sewage sludge) to water system.

Kandu?, Tjaša; Mechora, Špela; Stibilj, Vekoslava

2014-05-01

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Diagnose und Therapie einer Depression im höheren Lebensalter – Einflüsse von Patienten- und Arztmerkmalen  

PubMed Central

Zusammenfassung Studienergebnissee aus dem englischsprachigen Raum zeigen, dass diagnostische und therapeutische Entscheidungen von Hausärzten bei der Versorgung von depressiven Patienten systematischen Einflüssen unterliegen, und dass sowohl Merkmale des Arztes als auch des Patienten unabhängig vom Krankheitsbild Einfluss auf diese Entscheidungen haben. In der vorliegenden Arbeit werden Ergebnisse einer deutschen Studie präsentiert, in der die Einflüsse von Patienten- und Arztmerkmalen auf diagnostische und therapeutische ärztliche Entscheidungen bei einer Depression untersucht wurden. Unter Anwendung eines faktoriellen Experimentaldesigns spielten professionelle Schauspieler in Videofilmen die Rolle von Patienten, die Symptome für eine depressive Erkrankung äußern. In den Videofilmen, die alle auf einem identischen Skript basieren, wurden systematisch die Patientenmerkmale Alter (55 vs. 75 Jahre), Geschlecht und sozialer Status (Hausmeister vs. Lehrer) variiert. Die randomisierte Ärztestichprobe wurde nach dem Arztgeschlecht und professioneller Erfahrung (< 5 vs. > 15 Jahre) geschichtet. Der Videofilm wurde insgesamt 128 niedergelassenen Ärzten für Allgemeinmedizin und hausärztlich tätigen Internisten in ihrer Praxis vorgespielt. Danach wurden die Ärzte zu unterschiedlichen Aspekten von Diagnose und Therapie befragt. Es wurde erhoben, ob der Arzt dem Patienten über das gezeigte Gespräch hinausgehende Fragen stellen würde, welche Diagnosen er für wahrscheinlich hält, wie sicher er sich mit seiner Diagnose ist, welche diagnostischen Tests er anordnen würde, ob er den Patienten überweisen würde oder ob er Medikamente verordnen oder ihm Empfehlungen zur Änderung seines Lebensstils geben würde. Die Ergebnisse weisen darauf hin, dass sowohl die Diagnose als auch die Therapie einer Depression durch niedergelassene Hausärzte in Deutschland nur geringfügig durch die untersuchten Merkmale der Patienten und der behandelnden Ärzte beeinflusst wird. PMID:19274607

von dem Knesebeck, Olaf; Bönte, Markus; Siegrist, Johannes; Marceau, Lisa; Link, Carol; McKinlay, John

2013-01-01

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Unitary Representations of the Inhomogeneous Lorentz Group and Their Significance in Quantum Physics  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Minkowski's great discovery of the spacetime structure behind Einstein's special theory of relativity (SR) had an enormous impact on much of twentieth-century physics. (For a historical account of Minkowski's Raum und Zeit lecture and Poincaré's pioneering contribution, we refer to [1] and Chap. 2, 10.1007/978-3-642-41992-8_2.) The symmetry requirement of physical theories with respect to the automorphism group of Minkowski spacetime - the inhomogeneous Lorentz or Poincaré group - is particularly constraining in the domain of relativistic quantum theory and led to profound insights. Among the most outstanding early contributions are Wigner's great papers on relativistic invariance [2]. His description of the (projective) irreducible representations of the inhomogeneous Lorentz group, that classified single particle states in terms of mass and spin, has later been taken up on the mathematical side by George Mackey, who developed Wigner's ideas into a powerful theory with a variety of important applications [3] [4] [5]. Mackey`s theory of induced representations has become an important part of representation theory for locally compact groups. For certain classes it provides a full description of all irreducible unitary representations.

Straumann, Norbert

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European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) Pathobiology Group standard operating procedure for the preparation of human tumour tissue extracts suited for the quantitative analysis of tissue-associated biomarkers.  

PubMed

With the new concept of 'individualized treatment and targeted therapies', tumour tissue-associated biomarkers have been given a new role in selection of cancer patients for treatment and in cancer patient management. Tumour biomarkers can give support to cancer patient stratification and risk assessment, treatment response identification, or to identifying those patients who are expected to respond to certain anticancer drugs. As the field of tumour-associated biomarkers has expanded rapidly over the last years, it has become increasingly apparent that a strong need exists to establish guidelines on how to easily disintegrate the tumour tissue for assessment of the presence of tumour tissue-associated biomarkers. Several mechanical tissue (cell) disruption techniques exist, ranging from bead mill homogenisation and freeze-fracturing through to blade or pestle-type homogenisation, to grinding and ultrasonics. Still, only a few directives have been given on how fresh-frozen tumour tissues should be processed for the extraction and determination of tumour biomarkers. The PathoBiology Group of the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer therefore has devised a standard operating procedure for the standardised preparation of human tumour tissue extracts which is designed for the quantitative analysis of tumour tissue-associated biomarkers. The easy to follow technical steps involved require 50-300 mg of deep-frozen cancer tissue placed into small size (1.2 ml) cryogenic tubes. These are placed into the shaking flask of a Mikro-Dismembrator S machine (bead mill) to pulverise the tumour tissue in the capped tubes in the deep-frozen state by use of a stainless steel ball, all within 30 s of exposure. RNA is isolated from the pulverised tissue following standard procedures. Proteins are extracted from the still frozen pulverised tissue by addition of Tris-buffered saline to obtain the cytosol fraction of the tumour or by the Tris buffer supplemented with the non-ionic detergent Triton X-100, and, after high-speed centrifugation, are found in the tissue supernatant. The resulting tissue cell debris sediment is a rich source of genomic DNA. PMID:17321128

Schmitt, Manfred; Mengele, Karin; Schueren, Elisabeth; Sweep, Fred C G J; Foekens, John A; Brünner, Nils; Laabs, Juliane; Malik, Abha; Harbeck, Nadia

2007-03-01

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MT6415CA: a 640×512-15µm CTIA ROIC for SWIR InGaAs detector arrays  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This paper reports the development of a new low-noise CTIA ROIC (MT6415CA) suitable for SWIR InGaAs detector arrays for low-light imaging applications. MT6415CA is the second product in the MT6400 series ROICs from Mikro-Tasarim Ltd., which is a fabless IC design house specialized in the development of monolithic imaging sensors and ROICs for hybrid imaging sensors. MT6415CA is a low-noise snapshot CTIA ROIC, has a format of 640 × 512 and pixel pitch of 15 µm, and has been developed with the system-on-chip architecture in mind, where all the timing and biasing for this ROIC are generated on-chip without requiring any external inputs. MT6415CA is a highly configurable ROIC, where many of its features can be programmed through a 3-wire serial interface allowing on-the-fly configuration of many ROIC features. It performs snapshot operation both using Integrate-Then-Read (ITR) and Integrate-While-Read (IWR) modes. The CTIA type pixel input circuitry has three gain modes with programmable full-well-capacity (FWC) values of 10.000 e-, 20.000 e-, and 350.000 e- in the very high gain (VHG), high-gain (HG), and low-gain (LG) modes, respectively. MT6415CA has an input referred noise level of less than 5 e- in the very high gain (VHG) mode, suitable for very low-noise SWIR imaging applications. MT6415CA has 8 analog video outputs that can be programmed in 8, 4, or 2-output modes with a selectable analog reference for pseudo-differential operation. The ROIC runs at 10 MHz and supports frame rate values up to 200 fps in the 8-output mode. The integration time can be programmed up to 1s in steps of 0.1 µs. The ROIC uses 3.3 V and 1.8V supply voltages and dissipates less than 150 mW in the 4-output mode. MT6415CA is fabricated using a modern mixed-signal CMOS process on 200 mm CMOS wafers, and tested parts are available at wafer or die levels with test reports and wafer maps. A compact USB 3.0 camera and imaging software have been developed to demonstrate the imaging performance of SWIR sensors built with MT6415CA ROIC

Eminoglu, Selim; Isikhan, Murat; Bayhan, Nusret; Gulden, M. Ali; Incedere, O. Samet; Soyer, S. Tuncer; Kocak, Serhat; Yilmaz, Gokhan S.; Akin, Tayfun

2013-06-01

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Characterization of Two Microbial Isolates from Andean Lakes in Bolivia  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

We are currently investigating the biological population present in the highest and least explored perennial lakes on earth in the Bolivian and Chilean Andes, including several volcanic crater lakes of more than 6000 m elevation, in combination of microbiological and molecular biological methods. Our samples were collected in saline lakes of the Laguna Blanca Laguna Verde area in the Bolivian Altiplano and in the Licancabur volcano crater (27 deg. 47 min S/67 deg. 47 min. W) in the ongoing project studying high altitude lakes. The main goal of the project is to look for analogies with Martian paleolakes. These Bolivian lakes can be described as Andean lakes following the classification of Chong. We have attempted to isolate pure cultures and phylogenetically characterize prokaryotes that grew under laboratory conditions. Sediment samples taken from the Licancabur crater lake (LC), Laguna Verde (LV), and Laguna Blanca (LB) were analyzed and cultured using enriched liquid media under both aerobic and anaerobic conditions. All cultures were incubated at room temperature (15 to 20 C) and under light exposure. For the reported isolates, 36 hours incubation were necessary for reaching optimal optical densities to consider them viable cultures. Ten serial dilutions starting from 1% inoculum were required to obtain a suitable enriched cell culture to transfer into solid media. Cultures on solid medium were necessary to verify the formation of colonies in order to isolate pure cultures. Different solid media were prepared using several combinations of both trace minerals and carbohydrates sources in order to fit their nutrient requirements. The microorganisms formed individual colonies on solid media enriched with tryptone, yeast extract and sodium chloride. Cells morphology was studied by optical and electronic microscopy. Rodshape morphologies were observed in most cases. Total bacterial genomic DNA was isolated from 50 ml late-exponential phase culture by using the CTAB miniprep protocol. The 16S rRNA genes were amplified by PCR using both Bacteria- and Archaeauniversal primer sets: 27f and 1492r, 21f and 1492r respectively. Sequences of 16S rRNA gene were determined and initially compared with reference sequences contained in the EMBL nucleotide sequence database by using the BLAST program and were subsequently aligned with 16S rRNA reference sequences in the ARB package (http://www.mikro.biologie.tu-muenchen.de). Aligned sequences were inserted within a stable phylogenetic tree by using the ARB parsimony tool. In this work we report the morphology and phylogenetic characterization of two isolates belonged to Laguna Blanca sediments.

Demergasso, C.; Blamey, J.; Escudero, L.; Chong, G.; Casamayor, E. O.; Cabrol, N. A.; Grin, E. A.; Hock, A.; Kiss, A.; Borics, G.

2004-01-01

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Vom Urknall zum Durchknall  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lautstarker Applaus erhob sich im Salon III/IV des Marriott-Hotels von Crystal City im amerikanischen Bundesstaat Virginia. In dem überfüllten Konferenzraum starrten alle wie gebannt auf die Leinwand, wo nicht mehr zu sehen war als ein nüchternes Diagramm aus zahlreichen Punkten und einer geschwungenen Kurve. Nureine eigenartige Personengruppe konnte sich davon zu Emotionen hinreißen lassen - Physiker auf der Jahrestagung der Astronomischen Gesellschaft, die ihren Begeisterungssturm noch minutenlang fortsetzten. Was war geschehen? Die im Diagramm aufgetragenen Daten bestätigten mit einer nie da gewesenen Genauigkeit ein fundamentales Naturgesetz zur Wärmeabstrahlung von heißen Körpern. 1900 von Max Planck entdeckt, leuchtete es nun in geradezu mathematischer Reinheit auf. Noch sensationeller war der Ursprung der Daten - Mikrowellensignale verschiedener Frequenzen, die nicht aus einem irdischen Labor stammten, sondern von einem heißen Urzustand des Universums! Ein Feuerball aus Wasserstoff und Helium, noch ohne jegliche Strukturen, die irgendwann Leben ermöglichen sollten, ließ damals seinem Licht freien Lauf. Mehr als zehn Milliarden Jahre war es bis zu den Detektoren des vom Menschen gebauten Satelliten COBE unterwegs, der wenige Tage zuvor die Daten übertragen hatte. Wenn ich das alles wie einen Film in meiner Vorstellung ablaufen lasse, bekomme ich immer eine Gänsehaut, als würde ich die inzwischen extrem abgekühlte Strahlung tatsächlich spüren. Ihre Gleichverteilung im Raum macht uns auch deutlich, dass wir uns nicht einbilden dürfen, an einem besonderen Ort im Universum zu leben - intelligente Aliens könnten sich seitdem überall entwickelt haben! Sollten sie - was nicht wahrscheinlich ist - uns wirklich von Zeit zu Zeit über die Schulter schauen, dann hätten sie an jenem Nachmittag des 13. Januar 1990, als der Vortrag stattfand, bestimmt anerkennend mit ihrem großen Kopf genickt.

Unzicker, Alexander

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Possibilities for a valorisation of geomorphologic research deliverables  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Many geomorphological studies focus on fundamental research questions in large parts, although there are lots of applied fields like landslide hazard assessment or water framework directive. As fundamental research is a common property, their outcomes should be more "open" and accessible to the public. This means that scientists have to find new ways presenting their results and outcomes besides publishing in scientific journals. This paper shows possibilities for a valorisation of geomorphologic research deliverables using print as well as digital media. Geotrails explain remarkable and exciting landscape features using information boards and become more and more popular and important for tourism in many parts of the world. With the growing interest in environmental change and outdoor activities, print media like field guides reach an increasing number of people. Field guides and Geotrails can be coupled in order to arise awareness about geomorphological landforms and to deliver more specific information on the site beyond the information given on the boards in the field. As field guides are designed for the general public they can be used for educational purposes as well. Today, this information can also be found in the internet offering virtual trips through landscapes using dynamic maps. Here, server side GIS technologies (WebGIS) using standardised interfaces provide new possibilities to show geomorphic data to the public and to share them with the scientific community. Furthermore, data formats like XML or KML are powerful tools for data exchange and can be used in interactive data viewers like Google Earth. We will present the Geotrail "Geomorphologischer Lehrpfad am Fuße der Zugspitze. Das Reintal - Eine Wanderung durch Raum und Zeit" (Bavarian Alps, Germany). Additionally, three geomorphologic WebGIS applications (Geomorphologic map Turtmanntal, Permafrostmap of Austria, Geomorphologic maps of Germany) will exemplify how geomorphologic information and data can be presented in the internet. These examples illustrate the dissemination of geomorphologic research deliverables with modern web technologies and classic print media aimed to laymen, students, and scientists in order to valorise geomorphologic research.

Geilhausen, M.; Götz, J.; Otto, J.-C.; Schrott, L.

2009-04-01

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PREFACE: NC-AFM 2004: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Non-contact Atomic Force Microscopy  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

With the ongoing miniaturization of devices and controlled nanostructuring of materials, the importance of atomic-scale information on surfaces and surface properties is growing continuously. The astonishing progress in nanoscience and nanotechnology that took place during the last two decades was in many ways related to recent progress in high-resolution imaging techniques such as scanning tunnelling microscopy and transmission electron microscopy. Since the mid-1990s, non-contact atomic force microscopy (NC-AFM) performed in ultrahigh vacuum has evolved as an alternative technique that achieves atomic resolution, but without the restriction to conducting surfaces of the previously established techniques. Advances of the rapidly developing field of NC-AFM are discussed at annual conferences as part of a series that started in 1998 in Osaka, Japan. This special issue of Nanotechnology is a compilation of original work presented at the 7th International Conference on Non-contact Atomic Force Microscopy that took place in Seattle, USA, 12-15 September 2004. Over the years, the conference grew in size and scope. Atomic resolution imaging of oxides and semiconductors remains an issue. Noticeable new developments have been presented in this regard such as, e.g., the demonstrated ability to manipulate individual atoms. Additionally, the investigation of individual molecules, clusters, and organic materials gains more and more attention. In this context, considerable effort is undertaken to transfer the NC-AFM principle based on frequency modulation to applications in air and liquids with the goal of enabling high-resolution surface studies of biological material in native environments, as well as to reduce the experimental complexity, which so far involves the availability of (costly) vacuum systems. Force spectroscopy methods continue to be improved and are applied to topics such as the imaging of the three-dimensional force field as a function of the distance with atomic resolution, the investigation of near-surface electronic states, the quantification of adhesion forces, and the lateral mapping of surface potentials. The origin of energy dissipation, which is closely related to an in-depth understanding of tip-surface interactions and imaging mechanisms, was the subject of an ongoing discussion and addressed by various theoretical, computational, and experimental contributions. A characteristic of the NC-AFM conference series is the lively and friendly atmosphere, which year after year stimulates scientific discussions between the participants. This time, the programme included 5 invited talks, 84 contributed presentations, and 113 participants; furthermore, three educational lectures were given as part of a pre-conference workshop targeted at NC-AFM newcomers, which was attended by 30 participants. I would like to thank the members of the international steering committee and the programme committee for their continued effort in organizing the meeting. Special thanks go to the chair of the programme and local organizing committees S Fain and the conference manager J Kvamme for making the meeting a success. Financial support is acknowledged from the corporate sponsors MikroMasch USA, Nanonis GmbH, Nanosurf AG, Omicron Nanotechnology, PSIA, Inc., and RHK Technology, as well as from the institutional sponsors National Science Foundation and PNNL/UW Joint Institute for Nanoscience. Finally, I would like to express my gratitude to everyone who participated in assembling this special issue including the authors, the reviewers, and, in particular, the excellent and experienced journal team from the Institute of Physics Publishing headed by Nina Couzin, for devoting their time and efforts so that we could make this issue a useful representation of the progress in NC-AFM while maintaining our tight publication schedule. In conclusion, I would like to mention that the Seattle conference was the first one of the NC-AFM series that took place in the USA. As such, it was part of a series of recent activities within the USA, which will

Schwarz, Udo

2005-03-01

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MT3250BA: a 320×256-50µm snapshot microbolometer ROIC for high-resistance detector arrays  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This paper reports the development of a new microbolometer readout integrated circuit (MT3250BA) designed for high-resistance detector arrays. MT3250BA is the first microbolometer readout integrated circuit (ROIC) product from Mikro-Tasarim Ltd., which is a fabless IC design house specialized in the development of monolithic CMOS imaging sensors and ROICs for hybrid photonic imaging sensors and microbolometers. MT3250BA has a format of 320 × 256 and a pixel pitch of 50 µm, developed with a system-on-chip architecture in mind, where all the timing and biasing for this ROIC are generated on-chip without requiring any external inputs. MT3250BA is a highly configurable ROIC, where many of its features can be programmed through a 3-wire serial interface allowing on-the-fly configuration of many ROIC features. MT3250BA has 2 analog video outputs and 1 analog reference output for pseudo-differential operation, and the ROIC can be programmed to operate in the 1 or 2-output modes. A unique feature of MT3250BA is that it performs snapshot readout operation; therefore, the image quality will only be limited by the thermal time constant of the detector pixels, but not by the scanning speed of the ROIC, as commonly found in the conventional microbolometer ROICs performing line-by-line (rolling-line) readout operation. The signal integration is performed at the pixel level in parallel for the whole array, and signal integration time can be programmed from 0.1 µs up to 100 ms in steps of 0.1 µs. The ROIC is designed to work with high-resistance detector arrays with pixel resistance values higher than 250 k?. The detector bias voltage can be programmed on-chip over a 2 V range with a resolution of 1 mV. The ROIC has a measured input referred noise of 260 µV rms at 300 K. The ROIC can be used to build a microbolometer infrared sensor with an NETD value below 100 mK using a microbolometer detector array fabrication technology with a high detector resistance value (? 250 K?), a high TCR value (? 2.5 % / K), and a sufficiently low pixel thermal conductance (Gth ? 20 nW / K). The ROIC uses a single 3.3 V supply voltage and dissipates less than 75 mW in the 1-output mode at 60 fps. MT3250BA is fabricated using a mixed-signal CMOS process on 200 mm CMOS wafers, and tested wafers are available with test data and wafer map. A USB based compact test electronics and software are available for quick evaluation of this new microbolometer ROIC.

Eminoglu, Selim; Akin, Tayfun

2013-06-01

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Soft-sediment deformation structures in Late Pleistocene alluvial-aeolian sediments caused by GIA induced seismicity along the Osning Thrust (northern Germany)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Historic sources report that northern Germany was affected by significant earthquakes during the last 500 years (Leydecker 2009), but the only modern study so far on earthquake related soft-sediment deformation structures was carried out by Hoffmann and Reicherter (2012) for the Baltic Sea coast area of northeastern Germany. We present new data on seismically triggered soft-sediment deformation structures in Pleniglacial to Late Glacial alluvial fan and aeolian sand-sheet deposits of the upper Senne (Münsterland Embayment) and link this soft-sediment deformation directly to Late Glacial earthquakes generated along the Osning Thrust, which is one of the major fault systems in Central Europe. The reactivation of the Mesozoic Osning Thrust was an effect of glacial isostatic adjustment during the Pleniglacial to Late Glacial (Brandes et al., 2012). Young tectonic activity in this area is indicated by the 1612 Bielefeld earthquake (Vogt & Grünthal 1994). The analysed soft-sediment deformation structures are exposed in two sand pits in the vicinity of the Osning Thrust and include a complex fault and fold pattern, clastic dykes, sand volcanoes, sills, irregular intrusive sedimentary bodies, flower- to antler-like dewatering structures, flame structures, and ball-and-pillow structures. There is a distinct variation of the soft-sediment deformation style parallel to the trend of the Osning Thrust. In the northwestern part of the study area, close to Oerlinghausen there is a wide range of structures developed that is mainly related to fluidization processes. In contrast, in the southeast only flower- to antler-like dewatering structures and normal fault-arrays occur. This might indicate that the epicentre of the Late Pleniglacial to Late Glacial seismic event was close to Oerlinghausen. It is the first time in northern Germany, that fluidization and liquefaction features can be directly related to a fault. The occurrence of seismicity in the Late Pleniglacial to Late Glacial together with the 17th century seismicity indicates ongoing crustal movements along the Osning Thrust and sheds new light on the seismic activity of northern Germany. The association of soft-sediment deformation structures implies that the Late Glacial earthquake had a Richter magnitude of at least 5. References Brandes C, Winsemann J, Roskosch J, Meinsen J, Tanner DC, Frechen M, Steffen H, Wu P (2012). Activity of the Osning thrust during the late Weichselian: ice-sheet and lithosphere interactions. Quat Sci Rev 38:49-62 Hoffmann G, Reicherter K (2012) Soft-sediment deformation of Late Pleistocene sediments along the southwestern coast of the Baltic Sea (NE Germany). Int J Earth Sci 101:351-363 Leydecker G (2009) Erdbebenkatalog für die Bundesrepublik Deutschland mit Randgebieten für die Jahre 800 - 2007. Datenfile www.bgr.de/quakecat, Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR), Hannover. Vogt J, Grünthal G (1994) Die Erdbebenfolge vom Herbst 1612 im Raum Bielefeld. Geowissenschaften 12:236-240

Brandes, Christian; Winsemann, Jutta

2013-04-01