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Computing Slowly Advancing Features in FastSlow Systems without Scale Separation A Young Measure Approach
(20100802)<p>In the first part of the talk, and in order to set the stage, we will offer a multiscale and averaging strategy to compute the solution of a singularly perturbed system when the fast dynamics oscillates rapidly; namely, ... 
Empirical Post Hoc Conditional Power Function
(20100802)<p>Until very recently, many authors start using the so called post hoc power (also called a posteriori power, retrospective power, observed power or achieved power) in response to the demand of some scientific journals ... 
On ÁRings: A Generalization Of Integral Domains
(20100802)<p>Let R be a commutative ring with 1 6= 0 and Nil(R) be its set of nilpotent elements. Recall that a prime ideal of R is called a divided prime if P ½ (x) for every x 2 RnP. The class of rings: H = fR j R is a commutative ... 
The Spectrum of the Coloration Matrix for the Complete Partite Graph
(20100802)<p>This paper talks about eigenvalues of graphs and finding them through making use of the coloration partition. We first define the concept of coloration. We then apply it to compute eigenvalues of some graphs. The ... 
Distribution and Clustering of Sialic Acids on Single Mucins and Mucous Gels
(20100802)<p>Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is used to image biological samples with subnanometre resolution, and measure intermolecular forces with picoNewton sensitivity. The tip, functionalized with a molecular probe, maps the ... 
Spectroscopic Study of the Interaction of Human Serum Albumin with Steroid Hormones “Progesterone and its parent compound Cholesterol”
(20100802)<p>In this study the interaction of steroid hormones (progesterone and its parent compound cholesterol) with human serum albumin at physiological pH have been studied using UVVIS spectrophotometer, fluorescence ... 
Contribution to the study of a mathematical model of Erythropoisis ( Red Blood cell production)
(20100802)<p>Production and regulation of erythrocytes (red blood cells) is performed through complex processes. Cells are produced in the bone marrow (and the spleen, in mice), where hematopoietic stem cells, that have abilities ... 
Hydrogen uptake in nanosized metallic and bimetallic clusters
(20100802)<p>Size selective preparations of nanometersized clusters in the range of 26 nm, such as Palladium clusters and bimetallic clusters (PdMg, PdNi and PdFe) will be presented. The preparation is performed by electrochemical ... 
Correlation of Backscattered and Recoil Ions in Violent Ion Atom Collisions by Coincident Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry
(20100802)<p>Charge state distributions in violent ionatom collisions have been investigated using a novel combination of experimental techniques that is termed Coincident Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry (CRBS). The CRBS ... 
Spectroscopic Investigations of pentobarbital interaction with human serum albumin
(20100802)<p>The interaction between pentobarbital and human serum albumin has been investigated. The basic binding interaction was studied by UVabsorption and fluorescence spectroscopy. From spectral analysis pentobarbital showed ... 
Plasma Assisted Deposition of TiNAg Ceramic/Metal Composite Coatings
(20100802)<p>As part of our continuing efforts on applying surface coatings to automotive problems, we have made various ceramic coatings and thin films by plasma assisted physical vapor deposition (PVD). We have shown that coating ... 
The Equation of State and Thermodynamic Properties of Nuclear Matter at Low Densities
(20100802)<p>In 1960 Overhauser [1] suggested that the ground state of nuclear matter may not be described by plane wave orbitals corresponding to a uniform density fluid phase but rather by orbitals that produce a periodically ... 
An investigation of the sizedependent cohesive energy of spherical metallic nanoparticles
(20100802)<p>The sizedependent potential parameters method is used to investigate the effect of manybody interactions on the structural stabilities and the cohesive energy of Molybdenum (MO) and Tungsten (W) spherical metallic ... 
Correlation effects and magnetism in transport properties of single molecules
(20100802)<p>The talk offers an overview about recent developments in the the field of Molecular Electronics. The focus will be on correlation effects introduced by the Coulomb interaction that the charge carriers feel when they ... 
Extraordinary optical transmission revisited: how light gets through isolated or periodic arrays of subwavelength slits and holes (or not)
(20100802)<p>The passage of light through apertures much smaller than the wavelength of the light has proved to be a surprisingly subtle phenomenon. This talk describes how modern developments in nanofabrication, coherent light ... 
Polarization fingerprints in the clear blue sky
(20100802)<p>Daylight is polarized, the strength being greatest at points in the sky at right angles to the sun, and zero at four points: above and below the sun and antisun. The zeropolarization points are ‘fingerprint’ singularities, ... 
Particle Acceleration by RadiallyPolarized Laser Beams
(20100802)<p>My recent work on direct acceleration in vacuum of particles (electrons, protons, ions and bare nuclei) using radiallypolarized laser beams, will be presented. After a brief discussion of radiallypolarized light, the ... 
Mathematical modeling of faith and transport of underground water pollution
(20100802)<p>Petroleum product, such as benzene, toluene, ethylene and xylene (BTEX) represent a dangerous potential source of groundwater pollution. These can reach the water table through various pathways, including wavewashing ... 
Special Boundary Integral Equations for Approximate Solution of Laplace's Equation in MultiDimensional Regions.
(20100802)<p>The subject of the talk is the development of special boundary integral equations for solving potential problems in threedimensional regions with arbitrary configuration of spherical cavities. The solution on the ... 
Critical points at infinity in the variational calculus: An overview
(20100802)<p>The standard contact structure of has a vectorfield defining a Hopf fibration in its kernel. Legendre transform w.r.t can be performed. Symmetric Hamiltonian problems are thereby transformed into their Lagrangian ...