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1999 MRS Fall Meeting Symposia Topics Interweave Experiments and Theory/Modeling

2000 MRS bulletin  
microelectromechanical system MIT: Massachusetts Institute of Technology MOCVD: metalorganic chemical vapor deposition MOS: metal oxide semiconductor MOVPE: metalorganic vapor-phase epitaxy NASA: National Aeronautics and  ...  the processing conditions.  ...  This was demonstrated in several papers that showed significant advantages and improvements over existing vanadium oxide technology in terms of achievable performance of uncooled, infrared imaging arrays  ... 
doi:10.1557/mrs2000.19 fatcat:dm4mt4g5mnc3vdha3tfma7zham

Brain-Machine Interfaces beyond Neuroprosthetics

Karen A. Moxon, Guglielmo Foffani
2015 Neuron  
coding changes with physiological learning and plasticity, and how it is altered in pathological conditions.  ...  The observed subjects of BMI experiments can also be considered as indirect observers of their own neurophysiological activity, and the relationship between observed neurons and (artificial) behavior can  ...  Theoretical concepts like distributed coding (i.e., information is distributed among large populations in various cortical areas), multiplexing (i.e., the same population of neurons can perform different  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2015.03.036 pmid:25856486 fatcat:repwqa6wljgqlisss4xbqcoyaa

ACEMBL Tool-Kits for High-Throughput Multigene Delivery and Expression in Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Hosts [chapter]

Yan Nie, Maxime Chaillet, Christian Becke, Matthias Haffke, Martin Pelosse, Daniel Fitzgerald, Ian Collinson, Christiane Schaffitzel, Imre Berger
2016 Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology  
Full terms of use are available: ABSTRACT Multicomponent biological systems perform a wide variety of functions and are crucially important for a broad range of critical health and disease states.  ...  ACEMBL is a technology concept that specifically addresses the requirements of multicomponent DNA assembly into multigene constructs, for gene delivery and the production of multiprotein complexes in high-throughput  ...  Acknowledgements We thank all members of the Berger laboratory for their support, as well as Lakshmi S.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-27216-0_3 pmid:27165317 fatcat:muunpikqbfae7cjmzdka7mt2xa

14. From Transmedia Storytelling to Transmedia Experience Star Wars Celebration as a Crossover/Hierarchical Space [chapter]

Matt Hills, Dan Hassler-Forest, Sean Guynes
2018 Star Wars and the History of Transmedia Storytelling  
Interdisciplinary by its very definition, the series will provide a publishing platform for international scholars doing new and critical research in relevant fields.  ...  The book series Transmedia: Participatory Culture and Media Convergence provides a platform for cutting-edge research in the field of media studies, with a strong focus on the impact of digitization, globalization  ...  expanded across media and in terms of the growing mass appetite for science fiction in the mainstream multiplexes.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9789048537433-017 fatcat:t2zt62v5rfd5pglz3ap4gna6hu

Mass Spectrometry Advances and Perspectives for the Characterization of Emerging Adoptive Cell Therapies

Camille Lombard-Banek, John E. Schiel
2020 Molecules  
of CAR-T cell therapies and fulfill current unmet needs for CAR-T product knowledge.  ...  and lead to broad implementation.  ...  Kwee and A. B. Green for their helpful review of this manuscript. We also thank the National Research Council (NRC) for financial support through the NRC postdoctoral fellowship program (to C.L.).  ... 
doi:10.3390/molecules25061396 pmid:32204371 fatcat:gumwdad2fjdudjo3cvvz4qh57u

Which hand is mine? Discriminating body ownership perception in a two-alternative forced-choice task

Marie Chancel, H. Henrik Ehrsson
2020 Attention, Perception & Psychophysics  
and that texture congruence constitutes an additional principle; these findings are compatible with theoretical models of multisensory integration.  ...  This central part of human conscious experience determines the boundary between the self and the external environment, a crucial distinction in perception, action, and cognition.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Martti Mercurio for the design of the stimulation robots and the program controlling them.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13414-020-02107-x pmid:32856222 fatcat:ks4xodvkkrasfgdbdwzgs4ywgu

Inorganic semiconducting materials for flexible and stretchable electronics

Ki Jun Yu, Zheng Yan, Mengdi Han, John A. Rogers
2017 npj Flexible Electronics  
Recent progress in the synthesis and deterministic assembly of advanced classes of single crystalline inorganic semiconductor nanomaterial establishes a foundation for high-performance electronics on bendable  ...  The results allow for classes of systems with capabilities that cannot be reproduced using conventional wafer-based technologies.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We acknowledge the Department of Energy, the National Science Foundation and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for financial support over the years.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41528-017-0003-z fatcat:ifr5vyxfurekpgwq4w4biloc6m

Differences Between Natural and Artificial Cognitive Systems [chapter]

Wolf Singer
2021 Robotics, AI, and Humanity  
Benchmarking robots against brains may suggest that organisms and robots both need to possess an internal model of the restricted environment in which they act and both need to adjust their actions to  ...  However, computational strategies to cope with these challenges are different for natural and artificial systems.  ...  Because of the astounding performance of these robots, autonomous cars are one example, and because of the demonstration that machines outperform humans in games such as Go and chess, it is necessary to  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-54173-6_2 fatcat:psx2bzq44rdcpbwajws5ouczoe

Refractometric Sensing Using Plasmonic Nanoparticles [chapter]

Erik Martinsson, Daniel Aili
2016 Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology  
An insightful and curated web site on the recent development of RNAi therapeutics, career opportunities, consulting, and overview over the market and enterprise portfolios can be found here:  ...  Synonyms Bond-order potential; REBO Definition Reactive empirical bond-order potentials are interatomic energy functions used in molecular dynamics simulation and modeling of nanosystems where an accurate  ...  In case of the handling of DNA, the experiments demonstrate that a DNA manipulation and handling can be performed in dry ambient conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-9780-1_100984 fatcat:mfkokslav5fddendtnn2mjcuoy

Remotely Powered Propulsion of Helical Nanobelts [chapter]

Gilgueng Hwang, Stéphane Régnier
2016 Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology  
An insightful and curated web site on the recent development of RNAi therapeutics, career opportunities, consulting, and overview over the market and enterprise portfolios can be found here:  ...  Synonyms Bond-order potential; REBO Definition Reactive empirical bond-order potentials are interatomic energy functions used in molecular dynamics simulation and modeling of nanosystems where an accurate  ...  In case of the handling of DNA, the experiments demonstrate that a DNA manipulation and handling can be performed in dry ambient conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-9780-1_204 fatcat:6mgkahuskvex3lg42y2iexjusa

6G Wireless Systems: Vision, Requirements, Challenges, Insights, and Opportunities [article]

Harsh Tataria and Mansoor Shafi and Andreas F. Molisch and Mischa Dohler and Henrik Sjöland and Fredrik Tufvesson
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We present a holistic discussion of 6G systems beginning with lifestyle and societal changes driving the need for next generation networks.  ...  We rigorously discuss the fundamental changes required in the core networks of the future that serves as a major source of latency for time-sensitive applications.  ...  Among bi-orthogonal methods, there exists cyclic prefix OFDM, windowed OFDM, and Bi-orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (FDM).  ... 
arXiv:2008.03213v2 fatcat:whhsaotwszcjlfdx4nwc2qpj6y

Recent Advances in Tactile Sensing Technology

Minhoon Park, Bo-Gyu Bok, Jong-Hyun Ahn, Min-Seok Kim
2018 Micromachines  
realization of viable tactile sensors, and new materials for tactile devices.  ...  Sophisticated tactile sensing technology has a broad range of potential applications in various fields including: (1) robotic systems with tactile sensors that are capable of situation recognition for  ...  The on-board signal processing units for addressing should be capable of multiplexing, signal conditioning, and analog-to-digital conversion.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mi9070321 pmid:30424254 pmcid:PMC6082265 fatcat:wm62hpk6z5foffuatnoooedtwq

6G Wireless Systems: Vision, Requirements, Challenges, Insights, and Opportunities

Harsh Tataria, Mansoor Shafi, Andreas F. Molisch, Mischa Dohler, Henrik Sjoland, Fredrik Tufvesson
2021 Proceedings of the IEEE  
More precisely, we present a holistic discussion of 6G systems beginning with lifestyle and societal changes driving the need for next-generation networks.  ...  This is followed by a discussion into the technical requirements needed to enable 6G applications, based on which we dissect key challenges and possibilities for practically realizable system solutions  ...  Among biorthogonal methods, there exists cyclic prefix OFDM, windowed OFDM, and biorthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (FDM).  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2021.3061701 fatcat:4z4huyhnqbbsnc4qc4t5jod43u

Table of contents

2009 2009 17th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation  
Applications of the tracking controller for convoylike vehicles are presented. Simulation results and demonstrations of the controller performances are discussed.  ...  a wheeled mobile robot model that includes the kinematic and dynamic equations of motion.  ...  This paper demonstrates the use of self-oscillation identification experiments for tuning line following controllers for marine vehicles.  ... 
doi:10.1109/med.2009.5164498 fatcat:bi37lbkbhfaihj7lbc64vvplo4

On being the right size: increased body size is associated with reduced telomere length under natural conditions

Thor Harald Ringsby, Henrik Jensen, Henrik Pärn, Thomas Kvalnes, Winnie Boner, Robert Gillespie, Håkon Holand, Ingerid Julie Hagen, Bernt Rønning, Bernt-Erik Sæther, Pat Monaghan
2015 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
We report here on the relationship between structural body size and telomere length in wild house sparrows at the beginning and end of a selection regime for larger parent size that was imposed for 4 years  ...  A negative relationship between fledgling size and telomere length was present at the start of the selection; this was extended when fledgling size increased under the selection regime, demonstrating a  ...  We are also grateful for the help by laboratory technician Randi Røsbak in Trondheim, and to Neil Metcalfe for useful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rspb.2015.2331 pmid:26631569 pmcid:PMC4685786 fatcat:5zwl37u6orgtte5wfva7wvkgpm
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