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1 online resource (580 p.) : ill.
  • 1. A LabVIEW-based remote laboratory: architecture and implementation / Yuqiu You
  • 2. Teaching hardware design with online laboratories / Reza Hashemian and Timothy R. Pearson
  • 3. New tools in hardware and software design applied for remote photovoltaic laboratory / Petru A. Cotfas ... [et al.]
  • 4. Remote experiments in freshman engineering education by integrated E-learning / Miroslava O žvoldová and Franz Schauer
  • 5. Implementation of remote laboratories for industrial education / Andreja Rojko ... [et al.]
  • 6. Collaborative development and utilization of iLabs in East Africa / Cosmas Mwikirize ... [et al.]
  • 7. Online laboratory education: principles and practices of the integrated laboratory network / Simon P. Albon and Devon A. Cancilla
  • 8. The role of internet-accessible laboratory plants in the teaching of automatic control / Maja Atanasijevic-Kunc, Rihard Karba and Vito Logar
  • 9. Evaluation of remote interface component alternatives for teaching tele-robotic operation / Goldstain Ofir, Ben-Gal Irad and Bukchin Yossi
  • 10. Teaching technology computer aided design (TCAD) online / Chinmay K. Maiti and Ananda Maiti
  • 11. AutomatL@bs Consortium: A Spanish network of Web-based labs for control engineering education / Sebastián Dormido, Héctor Vargas and José Sánchez
  • 12. On infrastructures for educational online laboratories / Sven K. Esche and Constantin Chassapis
  • 13. Architectures and design methodologies for scalable and sustainable remote laboratory infrastructures / J. Lane Thames ... [et al.]
  • 14. A lab server model for the iLab shared architecture / Paolo Buschiazzo, Michael Niederstätter and Anna Marina Scapolla
  • 15. The VISIR open lab platform / Ingvar Gustavsson ... [et al.]
  • 16. Online workbenches for the deployment of electronics experiments / James L. Hardison and Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • 17. Web-enabled remote control laboratory using an embedded ethernet microcontroller / Chandresh Dubey ... [et al.]
  • 18. Matlab RTW-based internet accessible remote laboratory for teaching robot control / Zdenko Kovacic ... [et al.]
  • 19. Remotely accessible systems for computing sciences disciplines / Mark Stockman
  • 20. Remote instrumentation for science education: ensuring security for cyberinfrastructure-enabled learning / Fred E. Lytle ... [et al.]
  • 21. What do students gain from laboratory experiences? / James Trevelyan and Zol Bahri Razali
  • 22. Developing remote labs for challenged educational environments / Lawrence Olakunle Kehinde ... [et al.]
  • 23. Labshare: towards cross- institutional laboratory sharing / David Lowe ... [et al.]
  • 24. Collaborative sustainability strategies for online laboratories / Roger Watson ... [et al.]
  • 25. Possible futures for remote laboratories / Mark F. Schulz and Phillip Long
  • 26. Mobile laboratory model for next-generation heterogeneous wireless systems / Ibrahima Ngom, Hamadou Saliah-Hassane and Claude Lishou
  • 27. Stakes and issues for collaborative remote laboratories in virtual environments / Jacques Fayolle ... [et al.]
  • 28. Towards an immersive virtual environment for physics experiments supporting collaborative settings in higher education / Christian Gütl ... [et al.]
  • 29. A semantic portal for publication and exchange of educational online laboratories / Michael Niederstätte and Christian Maier.
Limited resources and other factors pose major challenges for engineering, technology, and science educators ability to provide adequate laboratory experience for students. An Internet accessible remote laboratory, which is an arrangement that allows laboratory equipment to be controlled remotely, addresses these difficulties and allows more efficient laboratory management. Internet Accessible Remote Laboratories: Scalable E-Learning Tools for Engineering and Science Disciplines collects current developments in the multidisciplinary creation of Internet accessible remote laboratories. This book offers perspectives on teaching with online laboratories, pedagogical design, system architectures for remote laboratories, future trends, and policy issues in the use of remote laboratories. It is useful resource for graduate and undergraduate students in electrical and computer engineering and computer science programs, as well as researchers who are interested in learning more about the current status of the field, as well as various approaches to remote laboratory design.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781613501863 20160618
132 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xxix, 407 p. ; 25 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
198 p.
  • Introduction 1. Science adn Citizenship 3. Science, Citizenship and Environmental Threat 4. Witnesses, Participants and Major Accident Hazards 5. Freeing the Voices: A Science of the People 6. Building Sustainable Futures: Science Shops and Social Experiments 7. Science, Citizenship and Troubled Modernity.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415130103 20160527
In Citizen Science Alan Irwin explores the difficult relationship between science, society and the environment. Drawing upon sociological studies of scientific knowledge and of the risk society', the author argues that sustainable development' will not be possible without attention to questions of citizenship and citizen knowledge. Building upon a critical discussion of the relationship between science and environmental policy-making, he considers the existence of more contextual' forms of knowledge and understanding. Current discussions of, for example, the public understanding of science tend to dismiss these public assessments as uninformed or irrational. Irwin suggests that both environmental policy and environmental understanding need to be informed by such expertise. Irwin doesn't fall into the trap of using a simple pro' or anti' stance on science, but discusses the relationship between scientific understanding and the different ways in which people make sense' of environmental concerns. In conclusion, the book considers the practical possibilities for sustainable development which emerge as a consequence. Citizen Science provides a much needed route through the fraught relationship between science, the public and the environmental threat.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415130103 20160527
Green Library
volumes ; 29 cm
Green Library
31 p. ; 27 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
iii, 110 pages ; 28 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
144 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), map ; 31 cm.
Green Library
1 online resource
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Part I Laboratory Building and Laboratory Equipment
  • Subjects of Laboratory Design of Building and Equipment; Chapter 1 Introduction: Laboratory Typologies; 1.1 Purpose; 1.2 Science Direction; 1.3 Fields of Activities; 1.4 Working Methods; 1.5 Physical Structure; 1.5.1 What is the Conclusion Resulting from the Evaluation of the Lab Allocation Tree?; 1.5.2 Use-Specific and Building-Related Needs and Requirements; 1.5.3 Determination of the Areas for Independent Buildings or Special Components.
  • 1.5.4 Determination of the Areas as Restricted Areas1.5.5 Areas with Locks and Access Area; 1.5.6 Determination of Areas with Special Requirements Regarding Fire and Explosion Protection; 1.5.7 Determination of Areas for the Laboratory Equipment; 1.5.8 Determination of Areas for Special Laboratories; 1.5.9 Determination of Standard Laboratory Areas; 1.5.10 Conception Laboratory Building; 1.6 Conclusion; Chapter 2 Requirements and Determination of Requirements; 2.1 Area Misuse through Wrong Grids; 2.1.1 Determination of Requirements of Workplaces and Storage Space for Extra Equipment.
  • 2.1.2 Flexible Laboratory SpaceChapter 3 Laboratory Concept and Workstations; Chapter 4 Determination of User Needs
  • Goal-Oriented Communication between Planners and Users as a Basis for Sustainable Building; 4.1 Work Areas; 4.2 Work Flows and Room Groups; Chapter 5 Corporate Architecture
  • Architecture of Knowledge; 5.1 Image-The Laboratory as a Brand; 5.2 Innovation- The Laboratory as the Origin of Knowledge; 5.3 Excellence: The Laboratory as a Magnet for High Potentials; Chapter 6 Scheduler Tasks in the Planning Process; 6.1 Project Preparation; 6.2 Integral Planning Teams.
  • 6.3 User Participation6.4 Planning Process; 6.5 Execution Phase; 6.6 Commissioning; 6.7 Conclusion; 6.8 Best Practice; 6.8.1 Project: Center for Free-Electron Laser Science CFEL, Hamburg-Bahrenfeld; 6.8.2 Project: Max Planck Institute for Aging Biology, Cologne, Germany; Chapter 7 Space for Communication in the Laboratory Building; 7.1 Definition of Terms; 7.2 Historical Development; 7.3 Development in the Modern Age- Why and When Were These Ideal Conceptions Lost?; 7.3.1 Why Is Communication Important in the Laboratory Building?; Communication Promotes Knowledge and Innovation.
  • Communication and Safety in the Laboratory is Not a Contradiction7.3.2 How Does Space for Communication Evolve?; 7.4 Conclusion for Future Concepts; Chapter 8 Fire Precautions; 8.1 Preventive Fire Protection; 8.1.1 Scope; Fire Protection; 8.1.2 Legal Framework
  • Construction Law; 8.1.3 Model Building Code; Walls, Ceilings, and Roofs; Ceilings, Roofs; Section 33 (MBC); 8.1.4 Special Building Codes; 8.1.5 Other Rules and Regulations Including Structural Fire Protection Requirements for Laboratories; TRGS 526/BGR 120/BGI 850-0.
The first comprehensive guide to modern laboratory planning in ten years to address both construction and operating aspects. Many of the 30 authors are affiliated with the European Association for Sustainable Laboratory Technologies (EGNATON), which has also endorsed this ready reference. This expert team covers the entire lifecycle of a laboratory facility, starting with the site layout and the planning of the building, followed by the planning of such areas as housing for laboratory animals, clean rooms and production facilities. The next section of the book deals with the installation of laboratory equipment, including storage and emergency facilities, while the final parts address safety and sustainability standards applicable to laboratories, as well as facility management and optimization during normal laboratory operation. The relevant norms and standards are cited throughout, and examples from recent construction sites are also presented. Hundreds of photographs and drawings, many in full color, provide visual examples of the design and building concepts. As a result, readers will learn how to construct and maintain efficient and long-serving laboratory spaces with a minimum of maintenance costs and a maximum of safety. An invaluable, practical guide for planners, builders and managers of chemical, biological and medical research laboratories of any size.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527335671 20180530
225 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Communication Systems and Information Theory. A Measure of Information. Coding for Discrete Sources. Discrete Memoryless Channels and Capacity. The Noisy-Channel Coding Theorem. Techniques for Coding and Decoding. Memoryless Channels with Discrete Time. Waveform Channels. Source Coding with a Fidelity Criterion. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781573318204 20160605
This is the second installment of this annual review series presents invited papers published in collaboration with the United States Society for Ecological Economics. This issue will include in-depth reviews of topics such as: ecological economics of land degradation; assessing the true costs of coal; institutional change and ecological economics; energy and economic growth; systems theory of sustainable exploitation of ecosystems; payments for environmental services; climate change and game theory; the economic value of ecosystem services in the Great Barrier Reef; and core issues in the economics of biodiversity conservation. NOTE: Annals volumes are available for sale as individual books or as a journal. For information on institutional journal subscriptions, please click here. ACADEMY MEMBERS: Please contact the New York Academy of Sciences directly to place your order (www.nyas.org). Members of the New York Academy of Science receive full-text access to the Annals online and discounts on print volumes. Please visit http://www.nyas.org/MemberCenter/Join.aspx for more information about becoming a member.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781573318204 20160605
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
x, 246 p. : col. ill., maps ; 27 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
59 p. ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
223 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. map ; 22 cm.
Green Library
91 p. ; 21 cm.
Green Library
vi, 69 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 28 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

18. Environment [1969 - ]

v. ill. 28 cm.
Green Library, Engineering Library (Terman), SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving), SAL3 (off-campus storage)
35 pages : illustrations.
  • The importance of dietary protein for muscle health in inactive, hospitalized older adults / Anna E. Thalacker-Mercer and Micah J. Drummond
  • Knowledge and tools to enhance resilience of beef grazing systems for sustainable animal protein production / Jean L. Steiner [and eighteen others]
  • Land-based production of animal protein : impacts, efficiency, and sustainability / Guoyao Wu, Fuller W. Bazer, and H. Russell Cross
  • An alternative animal protein source : cultured beef / Mark J. Post
  • Erratum for Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 553: 521-523
  • Corrigendum for Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 1327: 62-78.
Green Library
79 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)


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