Accelerators, beams and particles
Systems and components for creating, manipulating and testing beams of energetic particles.
E4 COMPUTER ENGINEERING sponsors GPU Technology Conference in Amsterdam and announces availability of OP206, the NVIDIA GPU-accelerated OpenPOWER™ server
As NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference lands in Europe for the first time, E4 Computer Engineering prepares for it with a system based on the latest IBM POWER8 with NVIDIA NVlink™ processor and supporting the most advanced NVIDIA Tesla® P100 GPU accelerator.
Breath easy: How breath can reveal crowd behaviour
Pushing the frontiers of physics
Challenges, applications and solutions
New Hi-QE Photocathode increases QE 50% over S20 types.
From WiFi to LiFi: Using light for wireless communication
Planetary science: Secrets of the Solar System
New kinds of networks: Using physics to understand historical ages
Exploring the power of light
Palo Alto, CA., May 19th, 2016 – Varian Medical Systems (NYSE: VAR) has been selected by the Apollo Hospitals Group to supply 12 advanced medical linear accelerators and five brachytherapy systems as India’s largest private hospital chain rolls out a program to replace ageing cancer treatment machines.
Techniques and tools for the nanoscale
Zombie physics: When statistical analysis meets the undead
Big daddies: The power of Rydberg atoms
Building the future of fission and fusion
Villigen, November 2015: The macromolecular crystallography beamline X06SA at the Swiss Light Source (SLS), a synchrotron operated by Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), is the first one in the world to upgrade its detector to an EIGER X 16M.
Compact, fast rotation stage are needed in industry and research, for example, for testing material, for beam guidance in microscopes or Beamlines, as well as for positioning measuring heads or eccentric pumps.
Physics for all: Building a more inclusive discipline
Bodily functions: The new science of network physiology
Accu-Glass Products’ fluid feedthroughs are ideally suited for the efficient delivery of gases and/or cooling liquids into high and ultrahigh vacuum systems. Fluid feedthroughs are available in single or dual seamless tube configurations in 1/8 or 1/4 inch diameters, with wall thicknesses of .028 and .035 inch respectively.
With innovation as a main priority in its support of programmes of excellence in fundamental and applied research, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has decided to support the project ESRF- Extremely Brilliant Source (ESRF-EBS) to the level of 65 million euros.