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Dear Colleague, I hope you are well. I would like to invite you to make a presentation at one of Oxford Globals three co-located Congresses, which are to be held in London on the 15th & 16th November 2010. Over the 2 days the 2nd Annual qPCR, Next Generation Sequencing and Analytical Genomics Congresses will attract over 350 senior-level senior scientists from leading pharmaceutical, biotech, academic institutions and other life science institutions from the UK, Europe and US. These prestigious events provide a forum for practitioners and researchers to learn more about key solutions being provided to their industry, network with their peers and address key industry concerns through a series of cutting edge conference presentations in a professional yet relaxed environment. THE EVENTS In keeping with Oxford Globals highly successful life sciences series, an expert panel of 75 speakers will present full conference programmes covering key topics including: NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING CONGRESS ...
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Consistently with the results from previous studies, our statistics clearly show that aerosol affects cloud microphysics, decreasing the Cloud Droplet Radius (CDR). The same data indicate a concomitant strong decrease in cloud Liquid Water Path (LWP), which is inconsistent with the hypothesis of aerosol inhibition of precipitation (Albrecht, 1989). We hypothesise that the observed reduction in LWP is the consequence of dry air entrainment at cloud top. The combined effect of CDR decrease and LWP decrease leads to rather small sensitivity of the Cloud Optical Thickness (COT) to an increase in aerosol concentration. The analysis of MODIS-CALIPSO coincidences also evidences an aerosol enhancement of low cloud cover. Surprisingly, the Cloud Fraction (CLF) response to aerosol invigoration is much stronger when (absorbing) particles are located above cloud top than in cases of physical interaction. This result suggests a relevant aerosol radiative effect on low cloud occurrence: absorbing particles ...
Many cloudlets may exist and can be deployed over multiple organizational hosts to provide a unique service to the organizations employees. In the diagram above, cloudlet `1 and `2 may hold the necessary environments for Matlab and BLAST applications to execute respectively. These applications execute on ad hoc guests; virtual machines that contain the application environment necessary and execute on organizational hosts. Note that cloudlet members are likely to be distributed across an organization and not co-located as depicted above. However, an ad hoc guest may either be dedicated to a single cloudlet or attached to many cloudlets to steal unused CPU cycles or other resources from the underlying organizational host. This computational model of stealing CPU cycles is employed by volunteer computing systems such as the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) and Condor however an ad hoc framework has different aims. Firstly, the ad hoc framework aims to target more ...
The ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on Partial Evaluation and Program Manipulation (PEPM), which has a history going back to 1991 and has co-located with POPL every year since 2006, originates in the discoveries of practically useful automated techniques for evaluating programs with only partial input. Over the years, the scope of PEPM has expanded to include a variety of research areas centred around the theme of semantics-based program manipulation - the systematic exploitation of treating programs not only as subject to black-box execution, but also as data structures that can be generated, analys ...
A satellite communications system includes a plurality of feeder link antennas, a primary satellite, and an auxiliary satellite. The feeder link antennas are substantially co-located relative to one another. The primary satellite is configured to receive information over a plurality of return service links from radioterminals, to communicate a first portion of the information over at least one return feeder link directly to a first one of the feeder link antennas, and to communicate a second portion of the information over at least one inter-satellite link. The auxiliary satellite is spaced apart from the primary satellite, and configured to receive the second portion of the information from the primary satellite via the at least one inter-satellite link, and to communicate the second portion of the information across at least one return feeder link to a second one of the feeder link antennas.
I arrived at the topic of scientific reproducibility via a different path than others on this blog (I think). Id been studying systems security and observed (as had many others) that the knowledge of the antecedents of a piece of information could be quite helpful in deciding how much to trust it. Indeed, a similar approach has been used to judge the authenticity of valuables, from art to wine, for many centuries. As I delved into ways to reliably collect and generate metadata about the history of digital artifacts, I found an entire community of like-minded souls, who have banded together with the common interest of data provenance. Many of these researchers meet annually at the USENIX Workshop on the Theory and Practice of Provenance and in alternate years at the International Provenance and Annotation Workshop. In 2014, these were co-located as part of Provenance Week. A significant focus is on the use of provenance to facilitate scientific reproducibility ...
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In a wireless radio network system, with an evolving standard, there is a need to increase system capacity due to the increase in the traffic demands, the higher data rate usage, and the need to further extend the coverage of the system. One possible solution is to use multiple antennas (co-located or distributed) for the radio links. The aim of this thesis is to estimate the capacity gain for these advanced antenna scenarios in comparison to the ones in current use (e.g. single antenna in a 3-sector site) with special emphasis on transmit diversity and beamforming techniques. The quantification of such gain is mainly performed, evaluated and analyzed in dynamic system simulators with an accurate interference modeling. A generalized Signal to Interference Noise Ratio (SINR) estimation for a MIMO DS-CDMA system is derived, and as a by-product a closed-form solution of the orthogonality factor is obtained. Moreover the effectiveness of an antenna system is evaluated in a MIMO-test bed.. Transmit ...
This paper presents a report on outcomes of the 10th Computational Modeling in Biology Network (COMBINE) meeting that was held in Heidelberg, Germany, in July of 2019. The annual event brings together … researchers, biocurators and software engineers to present recent results and discuss future work in the area of standards for systems and synthetic biology. The COMBINE initiative coordinates the development of various community standards and formats for computational models in the life sciences. Over the past 10 years, COMBINE has brought together standard communities that have further developed and harmonized their standards for better interoperability of models and data. COMBINE 2019 was co-located with a stakeholder workshop of the European EU-STANDS4PM initiative that aims at harmonized data and model standardization for in silico models in the field of personalized medicine, as well as with the FAIRDOM PALs meeting to discuss findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR) data ...
This paper presents a report on outcomes of the 10th Computational Modeling in Biology Network (COMBINE) meeting that was held in Heidelberg, Germany, in July of 2019. The annual event brings together … researchers, biocurators and software engineers to present recent results and discuss future work in the area of standards for systems and synthetic biology. The COMBINE initiative coordinates the development of various community standards and formats for computational models in the life sciences. Over the past 10 years, COMBINE has brought together standard communities that have further developed and harmonized their standards for better interoperability of models and data. COMBINE 2019 was co-located with a stakeholder workshop of the European EU-STANDS4PM initiative that aims at harmonized data and model standardization for in silico models in the field of personalized medicine, as well as with the FAIRDOM PALs meeting to discuss findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR) data ...
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) NHS Scotland national service specification outlining provisions young people and their families can expect from the NHS.
Worries about weight and shape and eating are common among young people.. Being overweight can cause problems with self-confidence and health, however many young people who are of normal weight are unhappy with their body shape and wish to be thinner.. Young people often try to lose weight by dieting, believing that weight loss will make them feel happier.. Young people who diet are at risk of developing an eating disorder, including anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. ...
Bipolar disorder is a condition that affects your moods, which can swing from one extreme to another. If you experience periods of time when you feel very happy…
The research at Stanford Childrens Health is in three main areas: syndromes and disorders, neuroimaging, and cognitive and behavioral assessment. As part of our clinical research, we study a range of disorders via cognitive, behavioral, genetic and neuroimaging techniques. Learn more about our research in Child & Adolescent Mental Health.
Promoting mental health, demystifying mental illness, countering stigma and discrimination and provision of Peer Support and Advocacy
A ball grid technology circuit assembly for mounting and connecting a ball grid array circuit package having a grid array of ball pads to a printed circuit board and providing enhanced connections for testing of the ball grid array circuits. The printed circuit board includes a via array of vias wherein each via extends from the upper face of the printed circuit board to a lower face of the printed circuit board and is co-located with a ball pad of the ball grid array to provide a path between the ball pad and the lower end of the via to provide electrical access to the corresponding ball pad. A probe array includes a pin array of probe pins wherein each probe pin is co-located with a via of the via array to provide electrical contact with a ball pad of the ball grid array. The probe array is mounted in a probe block and the probe block and printed circuit board include alignment holes and alignment pins for aligning the probe array with the vias and a probe attachment to secure the probe block to the
0050] At step 705 logic circuitry 603 determines/calculates an appropriate CQI based on both the channel quality and any potential interferers. Thus, for example, supporting a first modulation and coding scheme "14". However, even though interference is not yet occurring, there may be a potential for interference, causing the mobile station to request a second modulation and coding scheme of "5" via a CQI feedback. It should be noted that 3GPP supports an indication of "preferred" sub-channels via certain modes of the CQI feedback procedure. In some cases, when the IMD is bad enough, certain sub-channels may become unusable even at the lowest CQI, so it would be beneficial for the UE to fail to provide a CQI for those sub-channels, even though a particular MCS may currently be supported by those sub-channels. This would potentially result in only providing CQI for sub-bands which have no potential for interference. For example, Mode 2-0 description of 3GPPP states the radio shall select a set of ...
Julet has worked as a Consultant in the NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) since 1999. Previously, she did her specialist training in Great Ormond Street Hospital. Julet has been working in the private sector since 2012.. She sees children from under-5s to 18 who present with emotional and behavioural problems. Often with younger children its important to work with parents to reassure them and increase their confidence in managing their childrens stresses.. Julet also assesses and treats children and adolescents with a wider range of mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders and psychosis. She has lots of experience in working with families where the child or young person has extra difficulties to manage such as autism, ADHD or other neuro-developmental disorders.. Dr Butler starts treatment with medication when its appropriate and also refers children, young people and families to the relevant therapist. She aims to work with therapy ...
CYP IAPT is a service transformation programme that aims to improve existing child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) and transform services provided by the NHS and partners from local authority and third sector that together form local area CAMHS partnerships.
We report on results of laboratory and field tests of dual- band MWIR/LWIR focal plane arrays (FPAs) produced under the Army Research Laboratorys Multidomain Smart Sensor Federated Laboratory program. The FPAs were made by DRS Infrared Technologies using the HgCdTe material system and by BAE Systems using QWIP technology. The HgCdTe array used the DRS HDVIPTM process to bond two single-color detector structures to a 640 X 480-pixel single-color read-out integrated circuit (ROIC) to produce a dual-band 320 X 240 pixel array. The MWIR and LWIR pixels are co-located and have a high fill factor. The images from each band may be read out either sequentially (alternating frames) or simultaneously. The alternating frame approach must be used to produce optimal imagery in both bands under normal background conditions. The QWIP FPA was produced using MBE-grown III-V materials. The LWIR section consisted of GaAs quantum wells and AlGaAs barriers and the MWIR section used InGaAs quantum wells with AlGaAs ...
We report on results of laboratory and field tests of dual- band MWIR/LWIR focal plane arrays (FPAs) produced under the Army Research Laboratorys Multidomain Smart Sensor Federated Laboratory program. The FPAs were made by DRS Infrared Technologies using the HgCdTe material system and by BAE Systems using QWIP technology. The HgCdTe array used the DRS HDVIPTM process to bond two single-color detector structures to a 640 X 480-pixel single-color read-out integrated circuit (ROIC) to produce a dual-band 320 X 240 pixel array. The MWIR and LWIR pixels are co-located and have a high fill factor. The images from each band may be read out either sequentially (alternating frames) or simultaneously. The alternating frame approach must be used to produce optimal imagery in both bands under normal background conditions. The QWIP FPA was produced using MBE-grown III-V materials. The LWIR section consisted of GaAs quantum wells and AlGaAs barriers and the MWIR section used InGaAs quantum wells with AlGaAs ...
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families survey on the collaboration between schools and Adolescent Mental Health services.
CAMHS provides a comprehensive assessment and treatment service for a wide range of problems related to mental health in those under the age of 18.
An integrated circuit device includes a plurality of dynamic array sections, each of which includes three or more linear conductive segments formed within its gate electrode level in a parallel manner to extend lengthwise in a first direction. An adjoining pair of dynamic array sections are positioned to have co-located portions of outer peripheral boundary segments extending in the first direction. At least one of the linear conductive segments within the gate electrode level of a given dynamic array section is a non-gate linear conductive segment that does not form a gate electrode of a transistor. The non-gate linear conductive segment of either of the adjoining pair of dynamic array sections spans the co-located portion of outer peripheral boundary segment toward the other of the adjoining pair of dynamic array sections, and is contained within gate electrode level manufacturing assurance halo portions of the adjoining pair of dynamic array
An inspirational young girl who has struggled with her mental health since a young age has started selling handcrafted dog toys to raise money to support the specialist local Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in her area.
We evaluated how the Choice and Partnership Approach was implemented by Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services teams across England. The research team collected information through a combination of surveys and interviews.
The projects final report and associated documents, including the first version of a guide to choosing needs-based groupings, are available here.. This site is for anyone interested in finding out about the CAMHS Payment System Project, which ran from October 2011 until 30th April 2015. The aim of the project is to inform the development of a system by which payment for CAMHS can be determined according to the amount of clinical resources needed by different types of children and young people who attend CAMHS, taking into consideration the kinds of outcomes they achieve.. The current phase of the project involves working with 20 sites across England to gather data and explore how best Payment by Results can be implemented in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. The data collected from this phase will be analysed to help inform the next phase of the project, which includes the development of an algorithm for clustering.. On this site you can find out more about the CAMHS PbR project, ...
O2 Health Lab Newport Mesa is now co-located with Polar Cryotherapy in the Back Bay Center in Costa Mesa. Polar Cryotherapy is highest rated and most successfu
Inoveon is a premier medical services company that delivers solutions to detect, stage and monitor diseases affecting the eye - diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and glaucoma. Inoveons initial target is to help patients and their providers improve diabetic retinopathy care through Inoveon diagnostic service centers that are co-located in high volume diabetes care sites.. ...
Guillot, Laura; Bragard, Quentin; Smith, Ross; Bean, Dan; Ventresque, Anthony (2016) Towards a Gamified System to Improve Translation for Online Meetings . In: F. Hopfgartner, G. Kazai, U. Kruschwitz, and M. Meder eds. Third International Workshop on Gamification for Information Retrieval (GamifIR) co-located with 39th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval Pisa, Italy, , 21-JUL-16 - 21-JUL-16 , pp.21-28 ...
INES will be present at the 9th Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR 2012), 02-03 June 2012, co-located with ICSE 2012, in Zurich (Switzerland).. ...
An advantage of homeostatic regulation is that it allows an organism to function effectively in a broad range of environmental conditions. For example, ectotherms tend to become sluggish at low temperatures, whereas a co-located endotherm may be fully active. That thermal stability comes at a price since an automatic regulation system requires additional energy. One reason snakes may eat only once a week is that they use much less energy to maintain homeostasis. Most homeostatic regulation is controlled by the release of hormones into the bloodstream. However other regulatory processes rely on simple diffusion to maintain a balance. Homeostatic regulation extends far beyond the control of temperature. All animals also regulate their blood glucose, as well as the concentration of their blood. Mammals regulate their blood glucose with insulin and glucagon. These hormones are released by the pancreas. If the pancreas is for any reason unable to produce enough of these two hormones diabetes results. ...
Last week, around a year since I attended the first EMEA OpenStack Day, I attended the 1st London OpenStack Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/Openstack-London/events/55354582/. It was great to see so many familiar faces, and so many new faces! You can read more about the event from one of the speakers in his blog: http://berrange.com/posts/2012/07/26/a-review-of-the-1st-london-openstack-meetup/. So, if you are in the UK and interested in OpenStack, join the London OpenStack meetup group. Hopefully I will see you there in September!. In the September meetup, I hope to give a talk on XCP, XenAPI and OpenStack. If you cant wait, why not come along to here my talk at XenSummit, its co-located with CloudOpen and LinuxCon: http://xen.org/xensummit/xs12na_talks/M8b.html. ...
An advantage of homeostatic regulation is that it allows an organism to function effectively in a broad range of environmental conditions. For example, ectotherms tend to become sluggish at low temperatures, whereas a co-located endotherm may be fully active. That thermal stability comes at a price since an automatic regulation system requires additional energy. One reason snakes may eat only once a week is that they use much less energy to maintain homeostasis. Most homeostatic regulation is controlled by the release of hormones into the bloodstream. However other regulatory processes rely on simple diffusion to maintain a balance. Homeostatic regulation extends far beyond the control of temperature. All animals also regulate their blood glucose, as well as the concentration of their blood. Mammals regulate their blood glucose with insulin and glucagon. These hormones are released by the pancreas. If the pancreas is for any reason unable to produce enough of these two hormones diabetes results. ...
International Materials Science Conference 2020 co-located with Minerals and Metallurgy congress scheduled during November 11-13 in Valencia, Spain to gather world class scientists and professionals, to discuss various topics on advanced materials.
Safety in Action is a celebration of all things OHS comprising a large scale exhibition, free seminars on the expo floor and three co-located premium conferences focusing on different areas within the safety industry. There is no better place to be for all your OHS solutions to keep your workmates safe.. ...
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