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         History Of Physics:     more books (100)
  1. The Oxford Guide to the History of Physics and Astronomy
  2. From Clockwork to Crapshoot: A History of Physics by Roger G. Newton, 2007-01-31
  3. Black Bodies and Quantum Cats: Tales from the Annals of Physics by Jennifer Ouellette, 2005-12-01
  4. A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking, 1998-09-01
  5. The Trouble With Physics: The Rise of String Theory, The Fall of a Science, and What Comes Next by Lee Smolin, 2007-09-04
  6. Landmark Experiments in Twentieth Century Physics by George L. Trigg, 1995-04-19
  7. Forces and Fields: The Concept of Action at a Distance in the History of Physics by Mary B. Hesse, 2005-06-17
  8. The Rise of the Standard Model: A History of Particle Physics from 1964 to 1979
  9. The History of Physics by Isaac Asimov, 1984-05
  10. Concepts of Space: The History of Theories of Space in Physics: Third, Enlarged Edition by Max Jammer, 1994-01-07
  11. Evolution of Physics by Albert Einstein, Leopold Infeld, 1967-10-30
  12. Quantum Generations: A History of Physics in the Twentieth Century by Helge Kragh, 2002-03-04
  13. Energy, Force and Matter: The Conceptual Development of Nineteenth-Century Physics (Cambridge Studies in the History of Science) by Peter M. Harman, 1982-04-30
  14. Thirty Years that Shook Physics: The Story of Quantum Theory by George Gamow, 1985-07-01

161. 2004 CEDAR Workshop
Annual CEDAR (Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions) workshop on the physics of the upper atmosphere.
2004 CEDAR Workshop
Eldorado Hotel, Santa Fe, New Mexico
June 27 - July 2, 2004
Summary plans for the 2004 CEDAR Workshop have been written and are now available in the Spring 2004 CEDAR Post. The 2004 CEDAR Workshop will take place starting Sunday June 27, 2004 with the Student Workshop. (Please contact the CEDAR student representatives, Stan Briczinski ( and Lars Dyrud ( The regular workshop will be Monday through Friday, June 28 - July 2, at the Eldorado Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The 2003 CEDAR Workshop was held in Longmont, Colorado. The CEDAR Science Steering Committee , and Barbara Emery ( ) are in charge of planning the workshop.
Changes from 2003 (increased fees for all)
Registration on-line with RegOnline (Students by April 23, Regulars by May 26)
Registration includes: Student Biographies, Student Lodging, Abstract Submission (due May 25) , and can be updated multiple times (e.g. to submit an abstract later, to revise an abstract, to change from 'check' to 'credit card', etc.)
Draft Agenda (May 31, 2004)

162. Technische Universität Graz - Erzherzog-Johann-Universität
Public engineering school, also known as the Erzherzog Johann University. Fields of study offered include civil, chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering, telematics, architecture, chemistry, physics, geodesy, and mathematics.

163. Previous Articles
A look at what makes some conductors super, from

164. Radiation Physics, Inc. - Medical Physics Consultants In South Florida
Medical Specialists supplying commissioning, planning and software services. (Miramar, FL)
Welcome to Radiation Physics, Inc. We are a group of Board-certified Radiological Physicists , Licensed to practice Therapeutic Radiology Physics in the State of Florida. cancer oncology radiotherapy medical physics consultants seeds prostate brachytherapy IMRT linear accelerator linac LDR HDR commissioning QA charts dosimetry dose
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165. Physics Department Museum
Includes a virtual tour and a catalog of the museum's collection.
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Organizes international cooperation in medical physics and allied subjects, and contributes to its advancement, especially in developing countries.
About IOMP

94-97 IOMP officers

Iomp Library List

Medical Physics World Bulletin
Messages from IOMP president and vice president to EMPW

International Organization for Medical Physics
About IOMP
  • 64 countries
  • 12,000 individual members
  • 26 corporate members
  • two international regional organizations
Purpose The objectives of the International Organization for Medical Physics are to organize international cooperation in medical physics and allied subjects; to contribute to the advancement of medical physics in all its aspects, especially in developing countries; and to encourage and advise on the formation of national organizations of medical physics in those countries which lack such organizations. Membership Classifications Members of the IOMP consists of all individual members of the Adhering National Organizations. Two other forms of membership are available, namely, Affiliated Regional Organizations and Corporate Members. Other information
  • Publications
    Journal(s): (1) Physics in Medicine and Biology, (2) Physiological Measurement
    Newsletter: Medical Physics World (biannual)
    Books: Medical Science Series (IOP Publishing)
  • Educational resources: Workshops, courses
  • 167. Amolf
    A national research institute at the front end of the knowledge chain from fundamental result to application in society.

    168. Spectra-Physics -
    Manufacturer of diode pumped, ultrafast, NdYAG, ion, entertainment and CW tunable lasers. Mountain View, CA.
    Search: Expanded Solutions for Our Customers During the pre-closing approval period and beyond you can be assured of the same high level of customer support you are used to from us. The combination of Spectra-Physics and Newport will create a single, unified company uniquely suited to meet your needs. From a single-source you will be able to purchase the products of two industry leaders, Newport and Spectra-Physics, and these products will be backed by strong combined financial resources and more than 2000 employees and representatives around the world. Learn more at Upcoming Events Hot New Products Eclipse...Bright New Light in Ultrafast New from the ultrafast leader, the Eclipse offers the simplest and most rugged architecture and lowest cost of ownership of any high power femtosecond amplifier system. more» New Light Sources Catalog The Light Sources Catalog, latest update to our popular Book of Photon Tools, is on the presses.

    169. The Wesleyan Physics Clusters
    Hardware and software details, links to projects using the cluster, and links to other resources.
    The Wesleyan Computing Clusters Home News Users Projects ... Links
    Welcome Welcome to the Clusters of Wesleyan Unversity! The Physics Department at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, operates two Beowulf type clusters: A 50 node Resarch cluster (nodes are 500 MHz Pentium III class) and an approximately 40 node Teaching cluster (nodes are 486/Pentium class). Both clusters run Linux The Research cluster is a joint project with the Chemistry and Astronomy Departments. There are currently three users of the Research cluster.
    The Research cluster (WesWulf). There are currently 50 nodes.
    History The cluster project at Wesleyan University was initiated by professor Reinhold Blumel and physics undergraduate Vasilios Hoffman in the spring of 1999. Together they collected a number of retired computers from the Wesleyan University campus and build the first working cluster during the summer of 1999. This project served as a proof of concept. The cluster of retired computers is still operational, and has indeed grown in size. It now consists of around 40 nodes and is used for teaching purposes by professor Reinhold Blumel. The Reseach cluster was assembled during October and November of 1999, starting with 20 Pentium III machines. Soon after the first 20 machines were up and running a further 20 were added. At around the same time the first 500MHz AMD Athlon machine was brought in and it was found to be superior to the Pentium III on relevant codes. Just before Christmas of 1999, 10 Athlon machines were added to the cluster. For this addition a Hewlet Packard HP4000M switch was acquired and the server was upgraded to hold 60 GByte of RAID 5 disk storage. The Research cluster has run stable with 50 operational nodes since the beginning of 2000.

    170. 5th International Conference On Clifford Algebras And Their Applications In Math
    IxtapaZihuatanejo, Mexico; June 27-July 4, 1999. Abstracts and proceedings.
    5th International Conference on Clifford Algebras and their Applications in Mathematical Physics,
    Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, MEXICO, June 27-July 4, 1999

    Zihuatanejo Bay Ixtapa Beaches and Hotels For more tourist information see Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo web page at
    You can also find a tourist guide to Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo-Acapulco and area map For the alphabetical list of speakers go to INDEX ; for speakers and titles go to TALKS For times, titles of talks, and speakers at ACACSE'99 go here
    For information about the 6th Conference on Clifford Algebras, May 20-25, 2002,
    go here.
    The Conference proceedings have been published in two volumes by Birkhauser Boston last June 2000. The following is the bibliographical information about each volume, and about the two-volume set. You can see cover for volume 1 and cover for volume 2 Individual volumes: "CLIFFORD ALGEBRAS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS"
    Volume 1: Algebra and Physics Volume 2: Clifford Analysis Two-volume set: "CLIFFORD ALGEBRAS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS"
    Volumes 1 and 2 "Clifford Algebras and Their Applications in Mathematical Physics"
    provides a broad overview of current topics in mathematical aspects and physical applications of Clifford (geometric) algebras. All papers presented in this two-volume set are either well-developed original articles or review papers. All contributions have been refereed. Both volumes are intended to be accessible to both graduate students and specialists in the general area of Clifford algebras and their applications.

    171. Department Of Nuclear Physics
    At Faculty of Mathematics and physics Address, email contacts, achievements. Some english links point to slovak documents.
    40th anniversary of Department of Nuclear physics: 1961-2001
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    Comenius University

    Department of Nuclear Physics
    Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics
    Comenius University
    Mlynská dolina
    842 48 Bratislava
    phone: +421-2/65423446
    www: Search for: This is the oldest WWW server in Slovakia. Of course, the hardware it is running on and the contents of these pages have changed since that time, but we were here first anyway :-) Send comments about this WWW page to webmaster . Main page: Last update: 2002-01-15 11:38:37

    172. American College Of Medical Physics
    An organization devoted exclusively to the professional activities of medical physicists.
    American College
    Medical Physics
    ACMP Home ACMP Information Membership Publications ... Links ACMP
    12100 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 130
    Reston, VA 20190-5202
    ph: 703-481-5001
    fax: 703-435-4390 Executive Director
    Laureen Rowland
    Jeff Fairbanks, PhD
    ACMP 2003 Annual Meeting Presentations
    Tomotherapy, IMRT, MQSA, Full-field digital mammography, ACR accreditation for CT and MRI, Ultrasound physics, Professional medical physics issues, Medical physicist qualifications, Legal issues, Ethics in practice, TG-43 review, and more . . . Get 40 presentations from the annual meeting, downloadable here NEW: ACMP 2004 Annual Meeting Exhibitor/Sponsor Prospectus Now Available (pdf) Abt Study of Medical Physicist Work Values for Radiation Oncology Physics Services: Round II
    Released and Approved by ACMP Board of Chancellors, August 27, 2003. The Abt II Report empowers radiation oncology physicists to defend the work, manpower and staffing for routine procedures and special procedures such as IMRT, Prostate Seed Brachytherapy, HDR, Stereotactic Radiosurgery/Radiotherapy, and other special procedures.

    173. CPRS, Ltd. :: HOME
    CPRS (in Maryland) provides medical physics services to the radiation oncology community including full and part time onsite physics; quality assurance, acceptance and commissioning services; physician peer review; online treatment planning and Brachytherapy.
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    Innovation in Providing Medical Physics and Treatment Planning to the Radiation Oncology Community. The Leader in On-Line Dosimetry. CPRS ) pioneered the use of the internet for clinical radiation oncology treatment planning. This service was initiated ten years ago in an effort to provide cost effective treatment planning by sharing resources between cancer centers. CPRS is still the only commercially available treatment planning service using the Internet, a service currently provided to more than 25 cancer centers from Florida to New York. CPRS provides a full range of the highest quality, most cost-effective medical physics services to support the radiation oncology community. CPRS services include full and part time, on-site physics, quality assurance, acceptance and commissioning services, and treatment planning.

    174. Health Physics Instrumentaion Museum Directory
    Photos and descriptions of radiationrelated items from the past, including dosimeters, electroscopes, ionization chambers, radioactive sources, safety posters, quack cures, geiger-mueller counters, fluoroscopes used to fit shoes, and x-ray apparatus.
    Privacy/Security Notice MUSEUM DIRECTORY Accidents, Incidents Miscellaneous Atomic Brand Names Monitors and Scalers ... X-ray and Gas Discharge Tubes Military RADIAC Equipment X-ray Tubes - Coolidge Type This site has been chosen as a Yahoo Pick of the Week as well as a selection of the Internet Scout Report. The purpose of Oak Ridge Associated Universities' Health Physics Historical Instrumentation Museum Collection is to chronicle the scientific and commercial history of radioactivity and radiation. It has been deemed the official repository for historical radiological instruments by the Health Physics Society , and the Society has been generous in its financial support for the purchase of items. The collection is the property of the not-for-profit ORAU Foundation, and it is located at the Professional Training Programs (PTP) training facility in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. To find out more about the collection, or if you are interested in making a donation, please contact Dr. Paul Frame via E-mail (

    175. Center For Theoretical Atomic, Molecular, And Optical Physics
    JILA and The Department of Physics
    University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
    Objectives of the Center for Theoretical AMO Physics
    This Center was formed in 1989 with funding from the National Science Foundation , until funding expired in 1999. While in existence, it provided a national resource for the Theoretical Atomic, Molecular, and Optical (AMO) Physics Community, through the mechanisms listed below. This page is being maintained at a minimal level, nevertheless, because of possible continuing interest in some of the online talks that can be accessed below. Nevertheless, it should be noted that we are no longer sponsoring workshops, and the Condon Postdoctoral Fellowship is no longer being awarded.
    • CTAMOP sponsored workshops in critical areas of Theoretical AMO Physics. These workshops were intended to focus on current problem areas in the field and to enhance the theoretical study of Experimental AMO Physics problems of current interest. CTAMOP funds the research of a faculty member in the Physics Department at the University of Colorado-Boulder , in the general area of Theoretical AMO Physics.

    176. International Solar-Terrestrial Physics (ISTP)
    This program combines resources and scientific communities on an international scale using a complement of several missions, along with complementary ground facilities and theoretical efforts, to obtain coordinated, simultaneous investigations of the SunEarth space environment over an extended period of time.
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    Curious about physics and astronomy? Just send us your questions! Click here to submit your question Search Answers New Answers How does humidity effect the way that an airplane flies? What would a bubble of air or an air lens in water do to parallel incoming rays of light? What is the weight of 1 cubic foot of air? What is the difference between black hole singularity and big bang singularity? ... If you burn a piece of wood in a confined space would the weight of that space change? New Questions Try answering these questions: if your answer is good we will publish it and with three or more published answers you will enter The Experts Hall of Fame What is spin glass? - asked by: Ananda Kumar Das What are the light bullets (electromagnetic solitons)? Do they contradict the Maxwell equations? - asked by: Stefan Bucur Click here for more unanswered questions. Answers by Category Classical Mechanics Thermodynamics Waves in Matter, Sound

    178. The Laser Physics Group Redirect Page
    Describes laserbased research on trace-element detection, microsurgery and cooling and trapping. Includes current group members, details of vacant positions, and links to other atom trapping and cooling groups.

    179. Vizionary - Graphics And Physics Coding
    Source of news to the real time graphics programming community.
    Welcome to Alan Gordie''s Home Page
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    ... Your Account Login Nickname Password Don't have an account yet? You can create one . As registered user you have some advantages like theme manager, comments configuration and post comments with your name. Total Hits We received page views since January 2002 Last Referers Warning : Supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /www/htdocs/includes/sql_layer.php on line Renderings of Mars using 1/128 degree Mars MOLA Datasets, 3DEM and Terragen Posted by viper on Monday, August 19 @ 02:30:56 EDT (238 reads) Well, I got bored with driving the new car and tank models around the inside of a box. So, I decided to look elsewhere...well, Mars to be specific. NASA/JPL has released 1/128 degree datasets of the majority of the planet. The data was collected by the laser altimeter (MOLA) aboard the MGS probe and is available in a variety of formats and resolutions. As you have probably guessed by now, I downloaded several gigabytes of data and began sifting through it while researching the various flavors of CDF formats that the data is stored in. After much research, I decided upon using a set of pre-processing tools, namely GMT and 3DEM to prepare the data for static rendering and for generating test datasets for the new VSE terrain features. At any rate, I used 3DEM to select and export specific chunks of the terrain in Terragen .ter format. Once converted, I loaded them into Terragen and performed an assortment of tweaks such as adding water where appropriate, adjusting water transparency, placing and adjusting the camera, etc.

    180. Exploratorium: Sport Science
    Housed within the walls of San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts, the Exploratorium is a collage of 650 science, art, and human perception exhibits. This web section concentrates on the physics underlying sports.
    What's the science behind a home run? Why do curveballs curve? Learn about the game Find out how this extreme sport is governed by the principles of momentum, gravity, friction, and centripetal force. Learn skateboarding history, technology, and more Find out how surfing the Web can help you surf the waves ; Make forecasts, learn about the physics of balance, and more. - Find the answers to common Sport! Science questions.
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    Missed the exhibition ? You can still read about it and view VR movies. Check out RealVideo clips of top mountain biker, Ruthie Matthes. Learn about frames and materials from a custom bike maker. Try interactive javascripts that calculate braking distances and energy consumption. And lots more!

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