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DGIF 2013

Chemically-Sensitive Microscopy on Nano/Bio Systems

Abstract: The scope of biological research has been severely restrained by the absence of the ultrasensitive, chemically-selective and sub-diffraction-limit-resolving optical microscope. To date, the stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy has been the strongest candidate to resolve the desire for a […]

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Automotive Real-Time OS& OSCAR-OSEK

Abstract: As softwarecontent and complexityin automotive ECUscontinues to grow,real-time operating systemis widely used in automotive electronics. The OSEK Operating System is a real-time operating system whichconforms to the OSEK/VDX Operating System.OSEK/VDXis an open standard softwarearchitecture for the various electronic control […]

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Navigation to the Nano/Bio world

Abstract: The Division of Nano/Bio Technologyin DGIST encompassesfour research groups. Their research interests focus on the advanced flexible display technology, functional nanomaterials forapplication in sensor andenvironmentalremediation, self-assembled nanostructures for nanomedicine, and ageing mechanism of mammalian cells. In particular, the biotechnology […]

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Engineering Education at Harvey Mudd College

Abstract: Despite its small size, Harvey Mudd College is among the top ranked undergraduate engineering programs in the United States. Building off the Engineering Clinic program, Harvey Mudd has constructed a program committed to experiential learning in engineering. In this […]

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Nanogenerators as New Energy Technology and Piezotrinics for Functional Systems

Abstract Developing wireless nanodevices and nanosystems is of critical importance for sensing, medical science, environmental/infrastructure monitoring, defense technology and even personal electronics. It is highly desirable for wireless devices to be self-powered without using battery. Nanogenerators (NGs) have been developed […]

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SocioPhone: Everyday Face-To-Face Interaction Monitoring Platform Using Multi-Phone Sensor Fusion

Abstract: In this talk, we propose SocioPhone, a novel initiative to build a mobile platform for face-to-face interaction monitoring. Face-to-face interaction, especially conversation, is a fundamental part of everyday life. Interaction-aware applications aimed at facilitating group conversations have been proposed, […]

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Nanogenerators as New Energy Technology and Piezotrinics for Functional System

Abstract: Developing wireless nanodevices and nanosystems is of critical importance for sensing, medical science, environmental/infrastructure monitoring, defense technology and even personal electronics. It is highly desirable for wireless devices to be self-powered without using battery. Nanogenerators (NGs) have been developed […]

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High Efficiency Printable Polymer Solar Cells IntroducingNovel Functional Interlayer Materials

Abstract: High-performance polymer solar cells (PSCs) introducing novel functional materials, such as nonconjugated/conjugated polyelectrolytes and n-or p-doped sol-gel metal oxides, will be presented. Thefunctional layers are insertedbetween the photoactive layer and electrodes viasolution processing and low annealing temperature below 80C, […]

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Neuronal Atrophy, In-between Life and Death

Abstract: Programmed cell death (PCD) of neurons has long been considered to be essential for development and function of nervous system. However, Bax-deleted animals with a complete prevention of PCD can form normal neural circuitry and exhibit normal behavior. This […]

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Smart Healthcare Era

Abstract: Smart healthcare is a general term for medical-customer-centric services where it gets possible, regardless of time and space constraints, to make prediction, prevention, and customized management of a disease by active participation of both a provider and a customer […]

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