He is a foreign member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts; of the European Academy of Sciences, Art and Literature seated in Paris; of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, headquartered in Salzburg; of the National Academy of Athens; of the European Academy of Sciences, Belgium. In the year 2000, he was elected honorary doctor of the National Technical University of Athens.
VAIDYA,"Embedded Web Server for Monitoring andControlling of system Using ARMProcessor, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering (IJARCSEE) Volume 1, Issue 6, August 2012,pp.82-87.
 Liqun Ma, Haihong Shen and Qishan Zhang," The Key Technologies for a Large-scale Real-time Interactive Video Distribution System", 2010 IEEE,pp.471-476
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Hans Fecht is Chaired Professor in the Faculty of “Engineering, Computer Science and Psychology“ at the University of Ulm, Germany, and Director of the “Institute of Micro and Nano-Materials". He received his Diploma in 1981 and PhD from the University of Saarbrücken in 1984. Next, as a fellow of the Max-Kade Foundation, New York, he was appointed as post-doctoral fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, and in 1987 as senior associate at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA. In 1990 he became Professor at the University of Augsburg, Germany, in 1993 he was appointed Full Professor at TU Berlin and in 1997 at University of Ulm in the newly established Faculty of Engineering, while between 2001 and 2012 he additionally held a post as senior scientist at the Institute of Nanotechnology, KIT. In addition, he holds several appointments as Guest Professor in China, India and Japan.
Currently at Ulm, he directs a research group of about 30 academics, BSc and PhD students, technicians and scientific guests. He has published more than 500 scientific papers, coordinated numerous national, European and international research projects and (co)organized a number of international workshops, symposia and conferences in the field of materials science, nanotechnology and space research. Specifically, his scientific work has been and is concerned with the structure and properties of solid/solid and solid/liquid interfaces, nucleation phenomena, nanocrystalline and non-crystalline complex alloys, diamond-based nanotechnology and the thermophysics of contact-free “hot fluids” in Space - ISS. Hans Fecht also edited several books in the field. He was awarded with the Leibniz Prize of the German Research Foundation (DFG), "Pioneer of Nanotechnology" (Deutsche Bank), the Innovation Award of the Association of German Engineers (VDI) and is member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts. In addition, he is the office director of the EUREKA Cluster Metallurgy Europe.
No other conference brings together the neuroscience of mental health and child development with leading-edge program developers and practitioners. The intersection of science and practice was truly unique and incredibly thought-provoking and useful to my pediatric practice. The format of the conference allows for really in-depth presentations as well as lots of time to interact with speakers and other participants.
The maps show contamination by radioactive iodine in the 400 square kilometer area around Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, and are based on the analysis of aerial surveys done by the US Department of Energy on April 2 and 3 in 2011.
26.06.2013 - This scientific report indicates that the amount of long lived radioactive Iodine I-129, released during the early stages of the Fukushima Nuclear disaster, was 31 times greater than the short lived radioactive Iodine I-131.
He has published over 170 articles in prestigious international journals (including Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Advanced Materials, Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed., Journal of the American Chemical Society, Advanced Functional Materials, Nanoletters, ACS Nano, Biomaterials, Small, Physical Review Letters, Chemical Communications, Applied Physics Letters, Physical Review B, Nanoscale, etc.), has been invited to speak at over 160 international conferences and has given over 150 seminars and colloquia and 20 public lectures in 40 countries on all inhabited continents. His publications have been cited over 4400 times and his H index is 38.
In 1999, Thomas Ebbesen joined ISIS founded by Jean-Marie Lehn at the University of Strasbourg, which he headed from 2004 to 2012. He is the director of the International Center for Frontier Research in Chemistry. and the University of Strasbourg Institute for Advanced Study. He is a member of the Institut Universitaire de France, the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, the French Academy of Science and the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Sciences and the Arts.
Wei, "Identifying Tampered Regions Using Singular Value Decomposition in Digital Image Forensics," International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering, pp.
Daniel Loss received a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics at the University of Zurich in 1985 under the supervision of Prof. A. Thellung. He stayed there as postdoctoral researcher for four more years before moving to the US in 1989. From 1989 to 1991 he worked as postdoctoral researcher in the group of Prof. A. J. Leggett, Urbana, and from 1991 to 1993 at IBM Research Center, NY (USA). In 1993 he moved to Vancouver (Canada) to become Assistant and then Associate Professor of Physics at Simon Fraser University. In 1996 he returned to Switzerland to become full Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Basel. Loss is director of the Basel Center for Quantum Computing and Quantum Coherence (QC2), and co-director (2006) of the Swiss National Center of Competence and Research (NCCR) in Nanoscale Science at the University of Basel. He received several prestigious fellowships, is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, has been awarded the Humboldt Research Prize in 2005, and the Marcel Benoist Prize in 2010 — the most prestigious science prize in Switzerland (see , and ). He is married and has two sons.
Loss′s research interests include many aspects of the theory of condensed matter systems with a particular focus on spin-dependent and phase-coherent phenomena (‘mesoscopics’) in semiconducting nanostructures and molecular magnets. A major portion of Loss′s current research involves the theory of spin dynamics, spin coherence, spintronics in two-dimensional electron gases, and spin-related phenomena in semiconducting quantum dots--artificial atoms and molecules. Part of this work is related to quantum information processing (QIP)--quantum computing and quantum communication in solid state systems with focus on spin qubits, where Loss and collaborators made seminal contributions. Their theoretical predictions and proposals have stimulated many further investigations, and in particular many experimental programs on spin qubits worldwide. Current research includes spin relaxation and decoherence in quantum dots due to spin-orbit and hyperfine interaction; non-Markovian spin dynamics in bosonic and nuclear spin environments; generation and characterization of non-local entanglement with quantum dots, superconductors, Luttinger liquids or Coulomb scattering in interacting 2DEGs; spin currents in magnetic insulators and in semiconductors; spin Hall effect in disordered systems; spin orbit effects in transport and noise; asymmetric quantum shot noise in quantum dots; entanglement transfer from electron spins to photons; QIP with spin qubits in quantum dots and molecular magnets; macroscopic quantum phenomena (spin tunneling and coherence) in molecular and nanoscale magnetism.
Farid, "Exposing Digital Forgeries by Detecting Duplicated Image Regions," Technical Report, TR2004-515, Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College, pp.