January 2007 Archives

Aviation Week relaunches website

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From Knowledgespeak.com, Jan 29, 2007: “The redesigned site offers more content, as well as an enhanced interface for the global aviation, aerospace and defence community”: http://www.aviationweek.com. Click here to read the original press release: http://www.mcgraw-hill.com/releases/aviationweek/20070124.shtml

University Challenge -- from Knovel

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Master research and analysis skills using Knovel engineering handbooks, data books and texts, and enter a contest simultaneously: “Scientists and engineers worldwide use Knovel to find data faster and apply it more productively. Knovel brings together authoritative Sci-Tech reference works, embedded with analytical tools, on a powerful and intuitive research platform.” Princeton University has a full subscription: http://www.knovel.com/knovel2/library/default.jsp

The temporary “contest” entry URL: http://www.info.knovel.com/challenge/ Quiz questions can be printed from here: http://info.knovel.com/librarians/Springquizcard.pdf

Fundamentals of Eletromagnetics -- with MATLAB

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SciTech Publishing to publish Fundamentals of Eletromagnetics with MATLAB, second edition - 23 Jan 2007

Publisher SciTech Publishing, http://www.scitechpub.com/US, has announced the publication of the second edition of Fundamentals of Electromagnetics with MATLAB. MATLAB is a powerful way to motivate and reinforce EM Principles. The Second Edition increases the utility of MATLAB as a computational and visualisation tool for current day’s computer-savvy students.

Authored by Karl Lonngren, Sava Savov, and Randy Jost, the textbook has been adopted by several prestigious university programmes. Based on adopter and advisory board feedback, the new edition contains separate chapters on electrostatic and magnetostatic Fields. In addition, the chapter on transmission lines has been edited so that it is independent from other chapters. Each substantive text section has at least one corresponding problem. Also, there are worked solutions for instructors.

Nanoscale Metrology

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Selected contributions from the Nanoscale 2006 seminar now online - 17 Jan 2007

Non-profit scientific publisher Institute of Physics Publishing (IOP), UK,http://journals.iop.org/ has announced that selected contributions from the Nanoscale 2006 seminar held at the Swiss Federal Office of Metrology (METAS) in April 2006 are now available online in Nanoscale Metrology. Nanoscale Metrology is a special issue published in the February issue of Measurement Science and Technology.

Contributions in this special issue are divided into three parts - developments and improvements of instrumentation and measurement methods; calibration of instruments and standards; and applications. The articles will be freely available until February 10, 2007.

A monthly publication, Measurement Science and Technology covers the theory, practice and application of measurement in physics, chemistry, engineering and the environmental and life sciences from inception to commercial exploitation.

Click herehttp://www.iop.org/EJ/news/-topic=1199/ to read the original press release.

NAE's Workshop on the Offshoring of Engineering

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Papers and presentations from the National Academy of Engineering’s http://www.nae.edu/nae/engecocom.nsf/weblinks/PGIS-6SKKDZ?OpenDocument">Workshop on the Offshoring of Engineering: Facts, Myths, Unknowns, and Implications are now available. The overall goal of the workshop was to bring together cutting-edge analysis of offshoring, explore a wide range of opinions and perspectives, and engage national leaders and the broad engineering profession in a discussion of the outlook for, and implications of, offshoring.

http://www8.nationalacademies.org/onpinews/newsitem.aspx?RecordID=01042007From: What’s New@The National-Academies.org

Recipients of 2007 Engineering Honors Announced

The National Academy of Engineering announced the recipients of three $500,000 prizes. Timothy J. Berners-Lee will receive the Charles Stark Draper Prize for developing the World Wide Web. Yuan-Cheng “Bert” Fung will be awarded the Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ Prize for his pioneering work in biomechanics. Harold S. Goldberg, Jerome E. Levy, and Arthur W. Winston will share the Bernard M. Gordon Prize for developing a multidisciplinary graduate program designed to produce engineering leaders.

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