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WORKSHOP ON NEXUS OF ENERGY/WATER/CLIMATE/AIR POLLUTION (NEWCAP) -- A Sino (Mainland-Taiwan)/U.S. Partnership Initiative, August 2013, Arlington, VA
ABSTRACT<br/>1250903 (Shaw). This workshop on the nexus of energy/water/climate/air pollution (NEWCAP) will bring together Sino (Mainland-Taiwan) and U.S. researchers to focus on NEWCAP issues with special emphasis ...
Eighth U.S./Japan Workshop on High Tc Superconductivity, hosted by the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee, FL, December 8-9, 1997
w:\awards\awards96\num.doc 9726402 Shaw This grant supports a US/Japan Workshop on High Temperature Superconductivity, a two day meeting which allows sharing of information among leading academic and industrial researchers ...
Particle Deposition in the Human Respiratory System
In Situ Characterization of Ultrafine Chain Aggregate Aerosols Using Photo Correlation Spectroscopy
Abstract 9529359 D.T. Shaw, SUNY at Buffalo It is proposed to extend the application of the Photo Correlation Spectroscopy (PCS) technique to in-situ measurement of finer chain-like aggregation aerosols and to determine ...
Workshop on Submicron Particles, on November 19-20, 1990; Washington, DC
Research on submicron particles and related technologies is one of the areas in which the PMP program will be focused in the next two years. Despite its importance in several new industrial processes and in nature, several ...
Support of US/Japan Workshop on High Temperature Superconductivity; Houston, TX; December 7-8, 1993
9313739 Shaw The purpose of US-Japan Workshop on High Tc Superconductivity are to bring together specialists from both countries to exchange information on recent advances, and to identify the problem areas that are ...
NSF Program Review Conference on Nanoparticle Synthesis, Properties and Characterization
ABSTRACT CTS-9712702 D.T. Shaw SUNY Buffalo Partial travel support will be provided to speakers at the ultrafine particle engineering meeting to be held on May 12-13, 1997, at NSF. The purpose of the meeting is to bring ...
SGER: Heat Transfer Study Of Porous Heat Pipes Fabricated from Carbon Nanotubes
CTS-9731927 D.T. Shaw SUNY Buffalo SUMMARY This research explores the potential use of carbon nanotubes as a medium form porous heat pipes. Carbon nanotubes, 20-100 microns in length and 30-400 angstroms in diameter will ...