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Seminar Modeling, Simulation and Visualization of Tsunami Using Virtual Reality Technology
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PhD Candidate Francisco A. Herrera Gallegos - "Fundamental Studies on the Effects of Catalyst on Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas for Ammonia Production"
Plasma-catalysis is a field with great potential in many applications. These include carbon dioxide (CO2) conversion, hydrocarbon reforming, synthesis of nanomaterials, abatement of toxic waste gases, and ammonia (NH3) production. It has several advantages: operating close to atmospheric conditions (e.g. pilot plants) unlike thermal catalysis, and not requiring a constant power supply to operate, meaning renewable energies are good candidates to power these applications. This work focuses on one of its applications, NH3 production.
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PhD Candidate Tracie L. McGinnity - "Novel Nanoparticle X-ray Contrast Agents for Immunotargeting Cancer Cells Maximizing X-ray Contrast in Clinical Imaging Instrumentation"
Medical imaging is critical for cancer screening, diagnosis, preoperative planning, and monitoring progression or treatment. Computed tomography (CT) is the first-line imaging modality for diagnostic imaging due to its low cost, wide availability, and high spatiotemporal resolution for anatomic imaging. Image contrast in CT is derived from differences in the X-ray attenuation of tissues.
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PhD Candidate Tracie L. McGinnity - "Novel Nanoparticle X-ray Contrast Agents for Immunotargeting Cancer Cells Maximizing X-ray Contrast in Clinical Imaging Instrumentation"
Medical imaging is critical for cancer screening, diagnosis, preoperative planning, and monitoring progression or treatment. Computed tomography (CT) is the first-line imaging modality for diagnostic imaging due to its low cost, wide availability, and high spatiotemporal resolution for anatomic imaging. Image contrast in CT is derived from differences in the X-ray attenuation of tissues.
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Modeling, Simulation and Visualization of Tsunami Using Virtual Reality Technology
"Modeling, Simulation and Visualization of Tsunami Using Virtual Reality Technology” is an Edison Lecture featuring Professor Kazuo Kashiyama.
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