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Programmable Micofluidics

October 3, 2007 lecture by Bill Thies for the Stanford University Computer Systems Colloquium (EE 380). Bill Thies provides an overview of microfluidic technologies from a computer science perspective, highlight areas in the which computer science researchers can contribute to this field; he will also describe recent work in developing new architectures, programming languages, and […]

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Nanomanufacturing Technologies

April 4, 2007 lecture by Mark Pinto for the Stanford University Computer Systems Colloquium (EE 380). This presentation explores technology challenges in IC nanomanufacturing and reviews the most likely directions needed to sustain the pervasive growth of semiconductor content. Other applications of related nanomanufacturing technologies are also examined. EE 380 | Computer Systems Colloquium: http://www.stanford.edu/cl […]

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MEMS : SoftMEMS LLC – CAD DESIGN

This video presents the possibilities offered by the Software MEMSPro of SoftMEMS LLC for the achievement of microsystems Duration : 0:9:55

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Sensor Controller using PSoC

This video shows an environmental sensor controller using Programmable System-on-Chip technology to sample humidity, atmospheric pressure, and temperature. This project centers on an 8-bit Programmable-System-on-Chip (PSoC) microcontroller that manages a wireless transceiver based on Zigbee wireless networking (IEEE 802.15.4 Wireless Protocol), environmental sensors, and backup storage. The implementation of these components results in a system […]

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PSoC Based Angle Sensor

Designer:Pimao Li Advisor:Professor Youtong Zhang With the development of science technology, the automobile is becoming more intelligent. As the automobile’s sense organ, sensors are being used more and more on automobiles with the increase of automobile’s intelligence. The accelerator pedal angle is a very important parameter in automobile’s intelligence control, most angle sensors in use […]

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Nike Nanotechnology (Paradox Project) Stop Motion

Project for College course, it is a look at how a viral may look for a big corporation in the future. I choose Nike, because they are a great example of a company who are progressive and may do this in say..50 years. It is a stop motion animation idea of a guy in the […]