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  1. Janne Rydberg - his life and work

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    Martinson, I.; Curtis, L.J.

    2005-01-01

    The Rydberg formula is emblematic of atomic spectroscopy. We review here the personal background, research accomplishments, and academic career of its discoverer, Janne Rydberg. Although his formula is often introduced as a generalization of the hydrogenic Balmer formula, Rydberg's work was independent of Balmer's, and displayed great ingenuity and a rare ability to recognize hidden patterns in complex numerical data. Although his discoveries attracted wide attention, experimental physics was then considered inseparable from measurement, and the fact that Rydberg's insightful formulations used the data of others impeded his academic career. Although Rydberg did not live to see the full theoretical implications of his discoveries, the vigorous study of Rydberg atoms continues today

  2. Janneli Kurvits, Eeva Masso : omanäoline apartmenthotell Marokos

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    2006-01-01

    Janneli Kurvitsast (sünd. 1975) ja Eeva Massost (sünd. 1975), nende olulisemad teostatud objektid. J. Kurvitsa ja E. Masso kujundatud hotell (19. saj. lõpp, omanik Margit Naptal) Marokos Fezis. Sisearhitektide kommentaarid. Ill.: joonised, 19 värv. vaadet, värv. foto arhitektidest

  3. Ettevõtte edu sisse osta ei saa / Katrin Bats, Janne Laik, Silver Vohu, Evelin Ojamets ; intervjueerinud Küllike Heide

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    2012-01-01

    Kommunikatsiooni- ja turundustegevuse korraldusest ettevõtetes, mille suur osa antud projektidest hõlmab kõiki Balti riike. Mõtteid jagavad Katrin Bats Rimi Eesti Food AS-ist, Janne Laik NP Foods Eesti OÜ-st, Silver Vohu SEB Pangast ja Evelin Ojamets Coca-Cola-st

  4. How the Warriors of Prester John Transformed into Demons from Tartarus. Review of the book: Hautala R. From “David, King of the Indies” to “Detestable Plebs of Satan”: An Anthology of Early Latin Information about the Tatar-Mongols. (Kazan: Sh.Marjani Institute of History of AS RT, 2015. 496 p.

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    R.Yu. Pochekaev

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper is a review of recently published book of Finnish researcher Roman Hautala devoted to publication and study of Latin sources on the Mongols of the 13th century. The book is of great importance as it is a compilations of the very valuable sources which demonstrate evolution of the attitude of European authorities and contemporaries towards the Mongols – from potential allies to the most dangerous enemy. Analysis of these sources helps to understand the further policy of Western European monarchs in the Eastern Europe, Ancient Rus’, Mongol Empire and its successors – Golden Horde, Ilkhanate, etc. At the same time, R. Hautala pays substantial attention to a fate of another nomads of Eurasia connected with the Mongol invasion – especially Kumans (Kipchaks in Hungary. The book contains author’s preface, Latin texts and Russian translations of sources as well as very valuable comments of author. Each part could be considered as independent part of this complex research. The main importance of book is put into use of Russian-speaking scientific society of a huge number of sources, most part of which was not accessible for home historians because of lack of knowledge of Latin. The structure of the book completely corresponds to its goals and objectives. Nevertheless, the author of review points that the book has several insignificant weaknesses, which could be kept in mind and removed in the future works of R. Hautala.

  5. Swedish Masters of Modernism: A Review of Nicholas Adams, Gunnar Asplund’s Gothenburg: The Transformation of Public Architecture in Interwar Europe, and Janne Ahlin, Sigurd Lewerentz, Architect 1885–1975

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    Peter Blundell Jones

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Nicholas Adams, Gunnar Asplund’s Gothenburg: The Transformation of Public Architecture in Interwar Europe, University Park: Penn State University Press, 288 pages, 152 illustrations, 2014, ISBN: 978-0-271-05984-6 Janne Ahlin, Sigurd Lewerentz, Architect 1885–1975, with an epilog by Wilfried Wang, Zürich: Park Books, 204 pages, 29 colour and 307 b/w illustrations, plans and drawings, 2014, ISBN: 978-3-906027-48-7, (facsimile of the original edition by Byggförlaget, Stockholm and MIT Press, Cambridge MA, 1987

  6. New Book: Roman Hautala. From “David, King of the Indies” to “Detestable Plebs of Satan”: An Anthology of Early Latin Information about the Tatar-Mongols (Kazan, 2015. 496 p. »

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    Lyutsiya Giniyatullina

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available At the end of 2015 Sh.Marjani Institute of History of AS RT published a new monograph by Roman Hautala in the framework of a special project «Textual Heritage» of Usmanov Center for Research on the Golden Horde and Tatar Khanates dedicated to publication and translation of a variety of medieval sources on the Golden Horde history. In his book Hautala presented major part of Latin sources containing early European information about the Tatar-Mongols and written in the period preceding the invasion of Hungary by nomadic army headed by Batu. Thus, the monograph contains historical documents and fragments of Latin chronicles, which were compiled before 1241. This anthology is aimed at presenting evolution of the European perception of the Tatar-Mongols gradually changing due to accumulation of fragmented information obtained from the East. The monograph’s main section entitled “Sources” contains 91 fragments from Latin sources with information on the growing territorial expansion of the Mongol Empire. Each of these fragments contains, in turn, information about the author and circumstances of their compilation, original text with all significant discrepancies, and Russian translation with detailed comments. The “Sources” section is preceded by an introductory part containing a detailed analysis of the sources in the context of contemporary historical research. At the end of the monograph the author has placed Latin and Russian index of names and places, which facilitates the search for materials on a particular historical, geographical, or prosopographical topics. The author classifies the presented information on the Tatar-Mongols according to two main geographical regions of its origin and subsequent arrival to Europe. Subsection “Mentions of the Mongol Expansion in Reports from the Middle East” contains the earliest information about the Tatar-Mongols during the period of Chinggis Khan’s campaign against Khwarezm and further

  7. La morphologie karstique dans le canyon de la Cèze et sur le plateau de Méjannes-le-Clap (Garrigues nord, Gard, France – Rapports avec l'évolution paléogéographique mio-pliocène

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    Claude Martin

    2008-03-01

    Full Text Available L'étude du plateau calcaire de Méjannes-le-Clap, coupé par le canyon de la Cèze, apporte un éclairage nouveau sur l'évolution paléogéographique de la bordure sud-est du Massif Central français entre l'élaboration de la surface d'aplanissement miocène et le Pléistocène. L'assèchement de la Méditerranée au Messinien (5,9/5,3 Ma, responsable du creusement du canyon du Rhône (-236 m NGF au nord de la confluence avec la Cèze, ne saurait être la cause du creusement du canyon de la Cèze. En effet, l'érosion régressive messinienne est manifestement restée bloquée en bordure de la vallée du Rhône. Le canyon de la Cèze est donc antérieur au Messinien. Il date certainement du Burdigalien supérieur, selon le schéma d'évolution proposé par D. BESSON (2005 pour le bassin rhodano-provençal. Ce creusement a été suivi, au Miocène, par deux phases de déblaiement de sédiments (infra-tortonienne et messinienne, chacune venant après une phase de comblement.Les traces laissées par les lithophages à la suite de la mise en eau du canyon lors de la transgression pliocène, se trouvent à des altitudes variables, comprises entre 135 et 160 m, en raison des mouvements tectoniques ultérieurs. Au Pliocène, le canyon a été comblé par des dépôts continentaux qui subsistent jusqu'à 245 m d'altitude sous forme de galets essentiellement quartzeux emballés dans une matrice rougeâtre. Les épaulements et replats sur lesquels sont conservés les lambeaux des formations alluviales pliocènes, sont hérités de différentes phases de l'enfoncement de la Cèze. À certains de ces éléments du relief, sont associés des réseaux karstiques subhorizontaux entre 180 et 220 m NGF. Les cavités aux galeries ascendantes débouchant par des puits vers 280 m d'altitude sont liées, quant à elles, aux phases de transgression et/ou de comblement du Miocène. Les enseignements les plus utiles sur l'évolution messinienne et plioc

  8. Antibiootikumide kasutamise olukord Euroopas sai avalikuks / Janne Sepp

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    Sepp, Janne

    2013-01-01

    Üle-euroopalisest antibiootikumide kasutamise andmete kogumise projektist ESAC, mille eesmärgiks peale usaldusväärsete ja võrreldavate andmete kogumise on ka tähelepanu juhtimine antibiootikumiresistentsuse probleemile

  9. Kuressaare neiu esitatud Nokia lemmiklaul tunnistati teiseks / Janne Nurmik

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    Nurmik, Janne

    2009-01-01

    13-aastase Kuressaare neiu Grete Paia esitatud "Videvik" valiti laulukonkursi "Nokia otsib lemmiklaulu" viie finaalpala seast teiseks, Nokia lemmiklauluks osutus 20-aastase Tartu neiu Epp Uibo laul "Kui kustunud päikese naer". Grete Paiast ja konkursist

  10. Tunnistaja kaitse : [bakalaureusetöö] / Janne Allandi ; Tartu Ülikool, õigusteaduskond ; juhendaja: Jaan Ginter

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    Allandi, Janne

    2003-01-01

    Tunnistaja kaitsevajadus, tunnistaja ja kaitse määratlus Eesti ning Euroopa õiguses, tunnistaja õigused, tunnistaja spetsiifilised alaliigid (lapsed, ohustatud tunnistajad, lähedased, suhtlemisraskustega isikud, salaagendid), tunnistaja õigused vs süüdistatava kaitseõigused

  11. V zamke otkrõlas võstavka fotografi prirodõ Finljandii

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    2008-01-01

    Soome loodusfotode näitus "Frozen Horizon" Narva linnuses. Oma töid näitavad Oulu läänis tegutsevad loodusfotograafid Kalervo Ojutkangas, Jorma Luhta, Hannu Hautala, Tauno Kohonen ja Hannu Huttu. Fotograafidest

  12. Eti roskoshnõje tsvetotshnõje platja! / Jelena Saar

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    Saar, Jelena

    2006-01-01

    Tatjana Tridvornova korraldatud Lilleballi raames toimunud konkursist "Lillekleit" Tallinnas. Võitis Regina Gurjanova töö "Sambo Vila Izabel", teise koha sai Janne Lumi ja kolmanda Jevgeni Bulahtin

  13. Täna kell 17.30 avatakse Tallinna Kunstihoones briti, eesti ja soome fotonäitus "Fantastiline realism"

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    2004-01-01

    Kuraator Eve Kiiler. Osalejad loetletud. Avamisel esineb Naeruorgesster. 28. II seminaril räägib Asko Mäkela soome fotokunstist, David Bate briti fotost, Mike Marshall, Denny Robson, Outi Liusvaara, Marja Pirilä, Kai Kaljo ja Piret Räni presenteerivad oma töid

  14. Networks for Innovation in Sustainable Tourism

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    Reid, Stuart

    2015-01-01

    Janne J Liburd, Jack Carlsen, Deborah Edwards Contributors: Paulina Bohdanowicz- Godfrey, Jack Carlsen, Michael KwekuCommeh, Jiayi Du, Deborah Edwards, Paddy Forde, Jane Hansen, AnjaHergesell, Michael Hughes, Janne J Liburd, Larr y Quick, NicoSchulenkorf, Ginger Smith. 2013(1st edition), Tilde Pu...

  15. Lietuvos bibliotekininkụ draugija : Tarptautinis Baltijos šaliụ bibliotekininkụ kongresas CoBaL10 / Simona Žilienė, Alma Masevičienė

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    Žilienė, Simona

    2015-01-01

    Riia Läti Rahvusraamatukogus 12.-13. oktoobril 2015 toimunud Balti raamatukoguhoidjate 10. kongressist „Libraries in communities", kus osalesid ka Eesti Rahvusraamatukogu peadirektor Janne Andresoo ja Eesti Raamatukoguhoidjate Ühingu juhatuse esinaine Katre Riisalu

  16. IntenCities : interdistsiplinaarne installatsioon : ArtGenda 2000, Helsinki = IntenCities : Multidisciplinary Installation Project @ ArtGenda 2000, Helsinki

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    2000-01-01

    Projekteerija arhitektuuribüroo Ocean North (Kivi Sotamaa, Lasse Wager, Stephane Valcroze, Toni Kauppila, Tuuli Sotamaa, Michael Hensel). Meediakunst - Juha Fiilin, maalid - Janne Räisänen, graafiline kujundus - Klaus Haapaniemi, tantsuetendus - Gruppen Fyra. 5 ill

  17. Baltimaade rahvusraamatukogude direktorid kirjutasid alla koostööleppele / Annika Koppel

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    Koppel, Annika, 1964-

    2014-01-01

    23. aprillil 2014 kirjutasid Eesti Rahvusraamatukogu peadirektor Janne Andresoo, Läti Rahvusraamatukogu direktor Andris Vilks ja Leedu Rahvusraamatukogu peadirektor Renaldas Gudauskas alla koostööd tihendavale memorandumile. Artiklile on lisatud koostöömemorandumi tekst

  18. Krasota vetshna! / Olga Solovjova

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    Solovjova, Olga

    2006-01-01

    Tallinna Lilleballist ja rahvusvahelisest konkursist "Lillekleit". Võitis Regina Gurjanova töö "Sambo Vila Izabel", teise koha sai Janne Lumi ja kolmanda Jevgeni Bulahtini töö. Kommenteerib projekti autor Tatjana Tridvornova

  19. Rolf Junior ja seksikate jalgade saladused

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    2009-01-01

    Sukamoeshow "Secret os sexy legs" ööklubis BonBon 7. veebruaril. Korraldaja moekunstnik Janne Klooren. Sukad ja kleidid on kavandanud Kristina Viirpalu. Vaheajal laulab Rolf Roosalu, muusikalist tausta kureerib DJ Tom Lilienthal

  20. Mange udfører dagligt et meget vigtig velfærdsarbejde

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    Damsgaard, Janne Brammer

    2011-01-01

    Det er på tide, at vi, der har nydt og nyder godt af velfærdsstaten og dens engagerede medarbejdere og borgere, fortæller de gode historier om den vigtige menneskelige livsverdens-dimension. Det mener sygeplejerske og cand.cur. Janne Brammer Damsgaard......Det er på tide, at vi, der har nydt og nyder godt af velfærdsstaten og dens engagerede medarbejdere og borgere, fortæller de gode historier om den vigtige menneskelige livsverdens-dimension. Det mener sygeplejerske og cand.cur. Janne Brammer Damsgaard...

  1. a mathematical model for attenuating the spread of diabetes and its ...

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    Type I diabetes develops in individuals who are genetically susceptible; Janne et al ... 2) The dynamics of diabetes gene frequency in a population (Masatoshi Nei, 2006). ...... diabetes mellitus and HFE gene mutations a population based case- control study; Human Molecular ... Biology; volume 40, ISBN:0720471419.

  2. Tæt på relationen

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    Siersted, Mette

    1998-01-01

    sættes på begreb : teori og metode / Janne Hedegaard Hansen og Bent Madsen ; Velfærdsstaten i det moderne. Bent Madsen: Refleksion og fortolkning - i lyset af George Herbert Meads symbolske interaktionisme ; At beskrive praksis : fra empiri til praksisportræt. Med praksis som kilde til kundskab : otte...

  3. Alliances and Legitimacy: Walking the Operational Tightrope

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    2013-05-23

    Machiavelli , Niccolò. The Prince . 2nd ed. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 1998. Matlary, Janne Haaland. “The Legitimacy of Military Intervention...reflects the realist notions first enunciated by Niccolò Machiavelli in the early sixteenth century and more recently championed by IR theorists and

  4. Ärgake! Toimub Rauma Biennale Balticum 2006 / Ave Randviir

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    Randviir, Ave, 1981-

    2006-01-01

    Soomes Rauma kunstimuuseumis, linnaruumis ja Lönnströmi kunstimuuseumis 1. oktoobrini 2006 toimuvast biennaalist Rauma Biennale Balticum 2006 - "Wake up!". Eestit esindavad Alice Kask, Marko Mäetamm, Liina Siib ja Sirja-Liisa Vahtra. Näituse kuraatorid Janne Koski ja Henna Paunu

  5. Critical success factors for implementing supply chain information systems : insights from the pork industry

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    Denolf, J.M.

    2014-01-01

    Critical success factors for implementing supply chain information systems – Janne M. Denolf

    Due to intensified competition, companies realize that they should closely collaborate with their supply-chain partners to further cut costs and stay competitive. To do so,

  6. Triennaali peavõidu sai Andres Tali

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    2001-01-01

    Tallinna 12. graafikatriennaalist. Peapreemia A. Tali tööle "Romeo ja Julia". Teisi premeeritud: Peeter Laurits, Ülle Marks, Jüri Kass, Vive Tolli, soomlane Janne Laine, lätlased Leonardas Laganovskis, Maltius Ratniks, Juris Boiko, Tif Bitmap

  7. Threats to US Security in a Postcontainment World

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    1992-04-01

    Research Summer 1990): Janne Nolan et al.. Proliferation of Institute. 1990). 227-28. As of the mid- 1980s, 10 Ballistic Missiles: Policy Options for...34 Foreign AJ Washington Qnarterly 1I. no. 3 (Summer 1988): fairs 68. no. 55 (Winter 1989/90): 26-41: Cristoph 171-83: Stephen P. Adragna, "A New

  8. Norra LP-mudel ajab Eestis juuri / intervjueerinud Sirje Pärismaa

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    2016-01-01

    Teaduspõhise LP-mudeli (Learning environment and pedagogical analysis) - abivahendi koolikultuuri parandamiseks ja süsteemsemaks lähenemiseks tekkinud probleemidele - on kasutusele võtnud 10 kooli ja 3 lasteaeda. Norra hariduseksperdid Janne Stoen ja Hanna Jahnsen vastasid Õpetajate Lehe küsimustele

  9. Maxima: tarbimine elavneb alles kahe aasta pärast / Andres Reimer

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    Reimer, Andres

    2009-01-01

    Maxima grupi laienemine on peatatud, sh. ka Eestis. Maxima kaupluste arv vähenes Leedus kümne võrra, Eestis lisandus üks Maxima kauplus, Lätis jäi nende arv samaks. Prisma Peremarketi juhi Janne Tapio Lihavaineni hinnangul on Maxima poed liiga väikesed, et majanduskriisi ajal konkureerida

  10. Ines Karu tantsis end raamatusse / Kais Allkivi

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    Allkivi, Kais

    2008-01-01

    USAs ilmus raamat kõhutantsust "Kõhutants tähistamas püha naiselikkust" ("Belly Dance Celebrating the Sacred Feminine"). Raamatu autor on Martha Elena Burns. Eestlannadest on raamatus Ines Karu ja tema trupikaaslane Janne Mõistus. Lisaks fakte Ines Karust "Pühendunud tantsule"

  11. Kuus vaadet vastsele seadusele / Kaidi Urmet, Urmas Sutrop, Martin Hallik ... [jt.] ; intervjueerinud Mihkel Volt

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    2017-01-01

    Mida arvavad 1. jaanuarist kehtima hakanud säilituseksemplari seadusest Eesti Kirjastuste Liidu tegevjuht Kaidi Urmet, Eesti Kirjandusmuuseumi direktor Urmas Sutrop, Tartu Ülikooli Raamatukogu direktor Martin Hallik, Tartu Ülikooli Raamatukogu kogude direktor Kristina Pai, Eesti Ajalehtede Liidu tegevdirektor Mart Raudsaar, Eesti Rahvusraamatukogu peadirektor Janne Andresoo ning Kultuuriministeeriumi raamatukogunõunik Ülle Talihärm

  12. Annelinna koolides süttis tuluke / Sirje Pärismaa

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    Pärismaa, Sirje, 1958-

    2014-01-01

    Uudset analüüsimudelit käisid 21. augustil Tartu õpetajatele õpetamas Janne Støen ja Nina Grini Norra õppekeskkonna ja hariduskäitumise uurimise keskusest, kus tegeldakse kaasava õpikeskkonna kujundamisega koolides. Teaduspõhine LP-mudel (learning environment and pedagogical analysis) on üks abivahendeid

  13. Venemaa süüdistab Soomet venelaste ahistamises / Tommi Nieminen

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    Nieminen, Tommi

    2008-01-01

    ÜRO-s Soome inimõigusraporti ettekande järel tõstatas Venemaa küsimuse saamide ja venelaste olukorra ning lastele ja naistele suunatud perevägivalla kohta Soomes. Autori sõnul on inimõigused ja demokraatia Venemaa jaoks uus relv poliitilises vastulöögis Lääne-Euroopale ja USA-le. Soome välisministeeriumi kantsleri Teija Tiilikaineni, välispoliitika instituudi spetsialisti Hiski Haukkala, parlamendiliikme Heidi Hautala seisukohti

  14. Kunstieksperdid kiruvad võidukavandit / Villu Päärt

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    Päärt, Villu, 1972-

    2006-01-01

    Eesti Rahva muuseumi uue hoone arhitektuurikonkursi võidutööd: 1. preemia "Memory Field" (autorid itaalia arhitekt Dan Dorell, liibanoni arhitekt Lina Ghotmeh, jaapani arhitekt Tsuyoshi Tane); 2. preemia "Gems" (autorid soome arhitektid Juho Grönholm, Antti Nousjoki, Janne Teräsvirta, Samuli Woolston); 3. preemia "Estonia is on the verge of a new millenium" (autorid austria arhitektid Alfred Bramberger, Thomas Pucher, Heidrun Steinhauser, Martin Mathy, Christa Pucher). Lähemalt tööst "Memory Field"

  15. Kohastumus eluks vee ääres / Laura Kuusk

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    Kuusk, Laura, 1982-

    2007-01-01

    4. "Ars Baltica" fototriennaal Kumu Kunstimuuseumis kuni 30. IX. Tellervo Kalleineni ja Oliver Kochta-Kalleineni, Alexander Vaindorfi, Coloneli (Thierry Geoffroy) ja Khaled D. Ramadani, Kaspars Goba, Tanja Nellemann Poulseni, Katrin Teesi, Anu Pennaneni, Petra Baueri, Talleiv Taro Manumi (sünd. 1968 Jaapanis, elab Norras), Olga Tshernõsheva, Kristina Inciuraite, Julita Wojciki, Sven Johne, Anna Baumgarti, Arturas Valiauga ja duo J&K (Janne Schäfer, Kristine Agergaard) töödest

  16. Graafikatriennaali peapreemia Andres Talile

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    2001-01-01

    Tallinna XII graafikatriennaali preemiad: grand prix - Andres Tali; 3 võrdset preemiat - Janne Laine, Leonards Laganovskis, Peeter Laurits; diplomid - Lynne Allen, Lucrecia Urbano, Vladimir Tshaika, Zora Stanè, Endi Poskovic, Päivikki Kallio; EKM preemia - Tif Bitmap; Tallinna linna preemia - Ülle Marks ja Jüri Kass; eripreemiad: - J. Laine (Eesti Pank), Vive Tolli (Paletti Eesti AS), Martins Ratniksh, Juris Boiko, T. Bitmap (Balteco AS). Žürii koosseis

  17. Critical success factors for implementing supply chain information systems : insights from the pork industry

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    Denolf, J.M.

    2014-01-01

    Critical success factors for implementing supply chain information systems – Janne M. Denolf Due to intensified competition, companies realize that they should closely collaborate with their supply-chain partners to further cut costs and stay competitive. To do so, supply-chain partners should intensify information sharing, which is often facilitated through supply chain information systems (SCIS). Implementation of such a system is a complex undertaking due to the umpteen technical and organ...

  18. Viron televisio- ja radiokeskus = Estonian National Broadcasting Building / Pentti Kareoja

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    Kareoja, Pentti

    2008-01-01

    Eesti Rahvusringhäälingu hoone arhitektuurikonkursi võitis Taani arhitektuuribüroo Nobel Arkitekter. Teise koha pälvis Soome arhitektuuribüroo Harris-Kjisik OY (arhitektid Trevor Harris, Taru Niskanen) töö "Mediatetris". Ergutuspreemia pälvis Pekka Lassila Arhitektuuribüroo (arhitektid Pekka Lassila, Janne Kantee, Annika Ritola, Tuomas Arnala) töö "Auteur"

  19. Talvekool Käärikul / raamatukogunduse õppetool

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    2000-01-01

    27.-28. märtsil 2000 Käärikul peetud Eesti teadusraamatukogude talvekoolist, milles osales ka Tallinna Pedagoogikaülikooli infoteaduste osakonna raamatukogunduse õppetool. Prof Aira Lepik esines ettekandega "Benchmarking kvaliteedi juhtimiseks ja hindamiseks raamatukogus", lektor Janne Andresoo esines kataloogimise probleeme käsitleva ettekandega. Lektor Sirje Nilbe analüüsis oma sõnavõtus märksõnastamisega seonduvat

  20. International Research Roundtable “New Approaches to the Study of Eurasian History in the early 21st century: A Comparative Analysis of American, European, and post-Soviet Experiences” (December 19, 2014 »

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    G.E. Sabdenova

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available The International Research Roundtable “New Approaches to the Study of Eurasian History in the early 21st century: A Comparative Analysis of American, European, and post-Soviet Experiences” was held in Almaty December 19, 2014. The round table was organized by the Faculty of History, Archaeology, and Ethnology of the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University. The conference was attended by renowned experts. Professor Talas Omarbekovich Omarbekov was the moderator of this round table. Each report was followed by a discussion. Among others, the following reports were presented at the conference: Uli Schamiloglu, “The Plague in the Time of Justinian and Central Eurasian History”; G.A. Bordyugov, “An Applied History: Developing Methods of Historical Knowledge in the Situation of an Interdisciplinary Inevitability”; Mehmet Şahingöz, “Problems of Studying the History of Jungar Invasion and Its Influence on the Turkic World in Turkey”; R.R. Gallyamov, “Etnogony as a Way to Study the Early Ethnogenesis and Ethnic History of Turkic Peoples of Central Eurasia”; Mehmet Derviş, “Problems of Studying the History of the Turkic Peoples in the Context of World History”; Roman Hautala, “On the Need of Introduction in Academic Circulation of New Sources on the Golden Horde History”; Ilnur Mirgaleev, “Activities of the Center for Research on the Golden Horde History”; Svetlana Hautala, “About Discrepancy of Information of the Written Sources and Material Artifacts: Herodotus on the Scythian Cauldrons”.

  1. Finland: construction of the first geological storage of the world; Finlandia: construccion del primer almacen geologico del mundo

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    Garcia Neri, E.

    2015-07-01

    Finland has become the first country in the world granting a construction license for a store deep geological (AGP) for radioactive waste, as reported last November 12 Posiva, the agency management of these materials in the Baltic country. After more than 40 years of research, Posiva begin construction of this facility in Olkiluoto, which will house so end spent fuel generated in power stations Olkiluoto and Loviisa and could start operating in 2023. As noted Janne Mokka, president of Posiva, this pioneering project is not only important for Finland, but for everyone because it is the first AGP enters under construction in the world. (Author)

  2. Sajand oodatud / Kristo Mäe

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    Mäe, Kristo

    2006-01-01

    Eesti Rahva Muuseumi uue hoone arhitektuurikonkursi võidutööst "Memory Field". Autorid: itaalia arhitekt Dan Dorell, liibanoni arhitekt Lina Ghotmeh ja jaapani arhitekt Tsuyoshi Tane. II preemia pälvis töö "Gems", autoriteks soome arhitektid Juho Grönholm, Antti Nousjoki, Janne Teräsvirta, Samuli Woolston, III preemia töö "Estonia is on the verge of a new millennium", autoriteks austria arhitektid Alfred Bramberger, Thomas Pucher, Heidrun Steinhauser, Martin Mathy, Christa Pucher. Krista Aru ja Karin Hallas-Murula arvamus, intervjuu Lina Ghotmet'iga

  3. Progressive Finland sees progress with nuclear projects

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    Dalton, David [NucNet, Brussels (Belgium)

    2016-02-15

    The Finnish Hanhikivi-1 reactor project is firmly on track and a licence has been granted for construction of a final disposal facility for spent nuclear fuel - the first final repository in the world to enter the construction phase. Significant progress has been made with plans for Finland to build its sixth nuclear reactor unit at Hanhikivi. Fennovoima's licensing manager Janne Liuko said the company expects to receive the construction licence for the Generation III+ Hanhikivi-1 plant in late 2017. The application was submitted to the Finnish Ministry of Employment and the Economy in June 2015.

  4. Finland: construction of the first geological storage of the world

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    Garcia Neri, E.

    2015-01-01

    Finland has become the first country in the world granting a construction license for a store deep geological (AGP) for radioactive waste, as reported last November 12 Posiva, the agency management of these materials in the Baltic country. After more than 40 years of research, Posiva begin construction of this facility in Olkiluoto, which will house so end spent fuel generated in power stations Olkiluoto and Loviisa and could start operating in 2023. As noted Janne Mokka, president of Posiva, this pioneering project is not only important for Finland, but for everyone because it is the first AGP enters under construction in the world. (Author)

  5. Acknowledging the back patient

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    Damsgaard, Janne Brammer; Bastrup Jørgensen, Lene; Norlyk, Annelise

    , Silkeborg Regional Hospital, Regional Hospital Central Jutland, Silkeborg, Denmark 2. Health, Section for Nursing, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark 3. University of Southern Denmark & Vejle Sygehus, Vejle, Denmark keywords:Back Patient, Narrative, Biomedical, Marginalisation, Self-Identity, Ethical......#296 Acknowledging The Back Patient. A Thematic Synthesis Of Qualitative Research. A Systematic Literature Review. Janne Brammer Damsgaard1, Lene Bastrup Jørgensen1, Annelise Norlyk2, Regner Birkelund3 1. Health, Section for Nursing, Aarhus University & Research Unit, Elective Surgery Centre....... Therefore, telling about experiences and perceptions is important for back patients in order to feel accepted and acknowledged. But selfhood cannot be reduced to narrative identity since the identity of the self is only fully revealed the moment we include the ethical dimension including certain norms...

  6. Arhitektuurselt põnev, kuid muuseumina saamatu võidutöö : ERM / Rein Murula ; interv. Reet Varblane

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    Murula, Rein, 1955-

    2006-01-01

    Intervjuu Eesti Rahva Muuseumi hoone arhitektuurivõistluse žüriiliikme arhitekt Rein Murulaga. Konkursist, kaasaegsest muuseumihoonest, võidutööst "Memory Field" (autorid itaalia arhitekt Dan Dorell, liibanoni arhitekt Lina Ghotmeh, jaapani arhitekt Tsuyoshi Tane), II preemia saanud tööst "Gems" (autorid soome arhitektid Juho Grönholm, Antti Nousjoki, Janne Teräsvirta, Samuli Woolston), III preemia saanud tööst "Estonia is on the verge of a new millennium" (autorid austria arhitektid Alfred Bramberger, Thomas Pucher, Heidrun Steinhauser, Martin Mathy, Christa Pucher), ostupreemia pälvinud töödest "Crochet" (AB Kosmos: Ott Kadarik, Villem Tomiste, Mihkel Tüür, Krista Saluveer, Urmas Oja) ja "Lake Whisper" (autorid šveitsi arhitektid Manuel Bieler, Marco de Francesco, Antoine Robert-Grandpierre, Laurent Saurer)

  7. Uudistuva johtajuus ja Z-sukupolvi työelämässä

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    2012-01-01

    Opinnäytetyössä käsitellään epäjohtamista, joka on uusi johtamisen käsite, jonka ovat luoneet Janne Tienari ja Rebekka Piekkari kirjassaan Z ja epäjohtaminen. Terminä epäjohtaminen ei ole virallinen, eikä tule välttämättä vakiintumaan johtajuuden käsitteiden joukkoon. Tämä uusi johtamisen malli liitetään vahvasti Z-sukupolven tulemiseen työmarkkinoille. Z-sukupolvea ovat 1990-luvulla syntyneet. Johtajuus on tärkeä aihe, jonka käsittelemiseen löytyy aina uusia näkökulmia, joiden toimivuutta vo...

  8. A Tribute to Manne Siegbahn

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    Kubbinga, Henk

    2017-11-01

    Spectroscopy came to dominate the 19th century, with a crucial role for Swedish physicists. It was Anders Ångström who introduced the tenmillionth part of a millimeter as the wavelength unit (1868), a unit that was adopted by Rowland for his tables of the solar spectral lines (1887-1893). Janne Rydberg, then, followed in Ångström's footsteps in searching for relations between the emission spectra of the elements and their place in the Periodic Table. Röntgen's new rays became a next challenge, demanding a form of spectroscopy of their own. Manne Siegbahn, an assistant of Rydberg, then, devised appropriate instruments of ever increasing precision.

  9. Reconocimiento de antígenos lipopolisacarídicos de Pseudomonas aeruginosa por sueros humanos

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    Jacquelin Alfonso

    2004-04-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se procedió al reconocimiento de lipopolisacáridos de diferentes serotipos de Pseusodomas aeruginosa por sueros humanos. Los lipopolisacáridos fueron aislados por el método Wespthal y Jann. Se utilizaron un total de 104 sueros de pacientes infectados y donantes voluntarios, provenientes de instalaciones hospitalarias y del Banco de Sangre, para el reconocimiento de antígenos lipopolisacarídicos, mediante el ensayo de Dott Blot. Los resultados mostraron que los serotipos de mayor reconocimiento, por los sueros testados, fueron el O11, O13, O16 y el O15, existiendo diferencias significativas entre ellos (p< 0,05.

  10. “…We do not know, who are they, where are they from and what are their aims”. The Mongol Expansion in the Light of Published Latin Sources

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    F.N. Veselov

    2017-03-01

    Full Text Available This article is primarily dedicated to the monograph of R. Hautala “From ‘David, King of the Indies’ to ‘Detestable Plebs of Satan’: An Anthology of Early Latin Information about the Tatar-Mongols”. One can find that this anthology is the most complete collection of Latin sources, which were created before the Mongol invasion of the European states and concerning the Mongols, their genesis and aims of the Western campaign. The authors state that the mentioned study includes not only the high-level presentation of handwritten artifacts, but extensive research, providing a number of original and decisive conclusions as well. On the other hand, the authors of the paper mention complexes of sources, which could provide more detailed image of diplomatic relations between European monarchs and heads of the Mongol armies, Christian interpretations of threating and unknown enemy who unexpectedly appeared on the boarders of Catholic world. Particularly, the authors point on the fragment from Alberic of Trois-Fontaines, which could be described not only as a source on the Russian-Mongol battle, as well as on the sources on diplomatic relations between the Holy Roman Empire and Mongol rulers, Russian sources that had own impact on the European scholars’ eschatological interpretations of the Tatar invasion.

  11. ADENOVIRUS INTERACTION WITH ITS CELLULAR RECEPTOR CAR.

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    HOWITT,J.; ANDERSON,C.W.; FREIMUTH,P.

    2001-08-01

    The mechanism of adenovirus attachment to the host cell plasma membrane has been revealed in detail by research over the past 10 years. It has long been known that receptor binding activity is associated with the viral fibers, trimeric spike proteins that protrude radially from the vertices of the icosahedral capsid (Philipson et al. 1968). In some adenovirus serotypes, fiber and other virus structural proteins are synthesized in excess and accumulate in the cell nucleus during late stages of infection. Fiber protein can be readily purified from lysates of cells infected with subgroup C viruses, for example Ad2 and Ad5 (Boulanger and Puvion 1973). Addition of purified fiber protein to virus suspensions during adsorption strongly inhibits infection, indicating that fiber and intact virus particles compete for binding sites on host cells (Philipson et al. 1968; Hautala et al. 1998). Cell binding studies using purified radiolabeled fiber demonstrated that fiber binds specifically and with high affinity to the cell plasma membrane, and that cell lines typically used for laboratory propagation of adenovirus have approximately 10{sup 4} high-affinity receptor sites per cell (Persson et al. 1985; Freimuth 1996). Similar numbers of high-affinity binding sites for radiolabeled intact virus particles also were observed (Seth et al. 1994).

  12. Roundtable «Western Campaign: Latin Sources» »

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    I.M. Mirgaleev

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The round table “Western Campaign: Latin Sources” took place in Sh.Marjani Institute of History (Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan on June 9, 2015. The round table was organized by Usmanov Center for Research on the Golden Horde and Tatar Khanates of AN RT. The main report was presented by Roman Hautala, Doctor of Historical Studies (Ph.D. in history and well-known Finnish researcher of the Latin sources on the history of Genghisid States. His report was entitled “Early Hungarian Information about Mongol Western Campaign (1235–1242” and was dedicated to the consideration of information contained in the Hungarian sources compiled in Latin language. The roundtable participants discussed the issues relating to introduction in scholarly circulation of new Latin sources on the history of the Golden Horde and other Genghisid States, such as questions of study of a large body of Latin sources compiled in medieval Hungary. The discussion of proposed topic was attended by I.M. Mirgaleev, Cand. Sci. in History, Head of the Usmanov Center for Research on the Golden Horde and Tatar Khanates of AS RT; A.V. Aksanov, Cand. Sci. in History, Senior Research Fellow; E.G. Sayfetdinova, Cand. Sci. in History, Senior Research Fellow; T.F. Khaydarov, Cand. Sci. in History, Senior Research Fellow; L.F. Baybulatova, Cand. Sci. in History, Senior Research Fellow; B.R. Rakhimzyanov, Cand. Sci. in History, Senior Research Fellow; as well as by guest of the Center, M.S. Gatin, Cand. Sci. in History; and also graduate students of the Usmanov Center for Research on the Golden Horde and Tatar Khanates.

  13. Balanced Scorecard na Gestão Universitária: mapeamento sobre o tema utilizando o proknow-c

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    Lucas dos Santos Matos

    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1983-4535.2015v8n2p50 A crescente importância do ensino superior no cenário econômico e social tem obrigado as universidades a melhorarem seus métodos de gestão, e uma das formas utilizadas tem sido a aplicação do Balanced Scorecard. Esta pesquisa, de natureza exploratório-descritiva, com abordagem quali-quantitativa, objetiva construir o conhecimento necessário sobre a utilização do Balanced Scorecard na gestão universitária, realizando um mapeamento sobre o tema a partir das delimitações dos pesquisadores. Esse conhecimento é tangibilizado pela seleção de artigos relevantes e com reconhecimento científico sobre o tema. É utilizada análise bibliométrica da literatura internacional, por meio do processo Knowledge Development Process – Constructivist (ProKnow-C. Os principais resultados obtidos foram: (i International Journal of Educational Management é o periódico de maior destaque; (ii “Commodification of education and academic LABOUR - using the balanced scorecard in a university setting” destaca-se entre os artigos; (iii Janne Kettunen é o autor mais prolífico.

  14. Income differential of female labor in Southern Brazil: dual approach

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    Rita de Cassia Garcia Margonato

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available This study analyzes the formation and income differential of female labor in Southern Brazil in 2002 and 2009 based on microdata from the National Sample Survey (PNAD.The methodology is to estimate the selection and wages equations using the Heckman's Sample Selection Model (1979. For the measurement of the female income differential in commerce, industry and domestic service, compared to income of women in the service sector it is applied an adaptation of the Oaxaca-Blinder Decomposition (1973 adapted by Jann (2008. It was confirmed the hypothesis that segmentation occurs in the female labor market in Southern Brazil because the income differential cannot be explained only by personal attributes (productive or not and by formal work. There are specificities in the sectors (sector effect determining the income differential of women´s income in the labor market, moreover the sector effect explained 33% of the wage differential observed in industry, also explained 29% in the commerce and 35% of the female income gaps when compared to the service sector, which is considered as in advantage.

  15. Iznīqī and Jābir, Sirr and Miftāḥ: Two Authors, Four Titles, One Alchemical Treatise

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    Paola Carusi

    2017-03-01

    Full Text Available An alchemical Arabic treatise alternatively entitled Miftāḥ al-ḥikma, Miftāḥ jannāt al-khuld, Sirr al-asrār and Sirr al-sārr wa-sirr al-asrār is attributed in its manuscripts to two different authors: al-Iznīqī and Jābir b. Ḥayyān. In this article I briefly discuss some characteristic aspects of the treatise and its significance for the history of alchemy. These aspects include its ancient and important sources, such as the Muṣḥaf al-jamā‛a (Turba philosophorum and the Kitāb al-Ḥabīb, and its connection with the tradition of the artists and the activity of the workshop and laboratory, which first comes to the fore in Greek alchemy and later in Islamic alchemy. Furthermore, the work includes references to alchemical physical theories in which the influence of Islamic theology may perhaps be traced. This article, which summarises the results of investigations carried out over the last few years, could be considered as a kind of introduction to the edition and translation of the text currently in progress.

  16. The Effect of Pollution on Newly-Formed Particle Composition in Boreal Forest

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    Vaattovaara, Petri

    2010-05-01

    Petri Vaattovaara (1), Tuukka Petäjä (2), Jorma Joutsensaari (1), Pasi Miettinen (1), Boris Zaprudin (1,6), Aki Kortelainen (1), Juha Heijari (3,7), Pasi Yli-Pirilä (3), Pasi Aalto (2), Doug R. Worsnop (4), and Ari Laaksonen(1,5) (1) University of Eastern Finland, Finland (2) University of Helsinki, Finland (3) University of Eastern Finland, Finland (4) Aerodyne Research Inc., USA (5) Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland (6) Currently at University of Turku, Finland (7) Currently at Maritime Research Centre, Finland Email address of the Corresponding author: Petri.Vaattovaara@uef.fi The geographical extent of the tropical, temperate and boreal forests is about 30% of the Earth's land surface. Those forests are located around the world in different climate zones effecting widely on atmospheric composition via new particle formation. The Boreal forests solely cover one third of the forests extent and are one of the largest vegetation environments, forming a circumpolar band throughout the northern hemisphere continents, with a high potential to affect climate processes [1]. In order to more fully understand the possible climatic effects of the forests, the properties of secondary organic aerosols (SOA) in varying conditions (e.g. a change in meteorological parameters or in the concentrations of biogenic and antropogenic trace gases) need to be better known. In this study, we applied the UFO-TDMA (ultrafine organic tandem differential mobility analyzer [2]) and the UFH-TDMA (ultrafine hygroscopicity tandem differential mobility analyzer [3]) methods parallel to shed light on the evolution of the nucleation and Aitken mode particle compositions (via physic-chemical properties) at a virgin boreal forest site in varying conditions. The measurements were carried out at Hyytiälä forest station in Northern Europe (Finland) during 15 spring nucleation events. We also carried out a statistical analysis using linear correlations in order to explain the variability in

  17. The transformation of continuing medical education (CME in the United States

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    Balmer JT

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available Jann Torrance Balmer Continuing Medical Education, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA, USA Abstract: This article describes five major themes that inform and highlight the transformation of continuing medical education in the USA. Over the past decade, the Institute of Medicine (IOM and other national entities have voiced concern over the cost of health care, prevalence of medical errors, fragmentation of care, commercial influence, and competence of health professionals. The recommendations from these entities, as well as the work of other regulatory, professional, academic, and government organizations, have fostered discussion and development of strategies to address these challenges. The five themes in this paper reflect the changing expectations of multiple stakeholders engaged in health care. Each theme is grounded in educational, politico-economic priorities for health care in the USA. The themes include (1 a shift in expectation from simple attendance or a time-based metric (credit to a measurement that infers competence in performance for successful continuing professional development (CPD; (2 an increased focus on interprofessional education to augment profession-specific continuing education; (3 the integration of CPD with quality improvement; (4 the expansion of CPD to address population and public health issues; and (5 identification and standardization of continuing education (CE professional competencies. The CE profession plays an essential role in the transformation of the US CPD system for health professionals. Coordination of the five themes described in this paper will foster an improved, effective, and efficient health system that truly meets the needs of patients. Keywords: continuing medical education, continued professional development, independence, competencies, CE professional

  18. Simplicity works for superfluid helium

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    Bowley, Roger

    2000-01-01

    The famous philosopher Karl Popper once said that ''science is the art of systematic oversimplification''. Indeed, when faced with a new puzzle the trick is to simplify it without losing the essential physics - something that is easier said than done. However, this approach has paid off recently in low-temperature physics. Last year Richard Packard, Seamus Davis and co-workers at the University of California at Berkeley encountered a puzzling new phenomenon in superfluid helium-3, a quantum fluid that remains a liquid close to absolute zero and exhibits unusual properties such as the ability to flow without friction (A Machenkov et al. 1999 Phys. Rev. Lett. 83 3860). Previous experiments had revealed that certain effects in liquid helium are analogous to effects observed in superconductors, materials that lose all resistance to electric current at low temperatures. When the Berkeley researchers connected two reservoirs of superfluid helium-3, the superfluid flowed back and forth through apertures that formed a ''weak link'' between the two containers. This behaviour is similar to the oscillatory current of electrons that can flow across an insulating gap separating two superconductors - a device that is known as a Josephson junction. What was puzzling about the Berkeley results was that the helium-3 had two different stable configurations, both of which behaved in an unconventional way compared with a Josephson junction. This puzzle has now been solved independently by Sidney Yip at the National Center for Theoretical Sciences in Taiwan, and by Janne Viljas and Erkki Thuneberg at the Helsinki University of Technology in Finland (Phys. Rev. Lett. 1999 83 3864 and 3868). In this article the author describes the latest research on superfluid helium. (UK)

  19. Simplicity works for superfluid helium

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    Bowley, Roger [University of Nottingham, Nottingham (United Kingdom)

    2000-02-01

    The famous philosopher Karl Popper once said that ''science is the art of systematic oversimplification''. Indeed, when faced with a new puzzle the trick is to simplify it without losing the essential physics - something that is easier said than done. However, this approach has paid off recently in low-temperature physics. Last year Richard Packard, Seamus Davis and co-workers at the University of California at Berkeley encountered a puzzling new phenomenon in superfluid helium-3, a quantum fluid that remains a liquid close to absolute zero and exhibits unusual properties such as the ability to flow without friction (A Machenkov et al. 1999 Phys. Rev. Lett. 83 3860). Previous experiments had revealed that certain effects in liquid helium are analogous to effects observed in superconductors, materials that lose all resistance to electric current at low temperatures. When the Berkeley researchers connected two reservoirs of superfluid helium-3, the superfluid flowed back and forth through apertures that formed a ''weak link'' between the two containers. This behaviour is similar to the oscillatory current of electrons that can flow across an insulating gap separating two superconductors - a device that is known as a Josephson junction. What was puzzling about the Berkeley results was that the helium-3 had two different stable configurations, both of which behaved in an unconventional way compared with a Josephson junction. This puzzle has now been solved independently by Sidney Yip at the National Center for Theoretical Sciences in Taiwan, and by Janne Viljas and Erkki Thuneberg at the Helsinki University of Technology in Finland (Phys. Rev. Lett. 1999 83 3864 and 3868). In this article the author describes the latest research on superfluid helium. (UK)

  20. Conference on photovoltaic energy network parity

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    Abadie, Pierre-Marie; Masson, Gaetan; Henzelmann, Orsten; Joly, Jean-Pierre; Guillemoles, Jean-Francois; Auffret, Jean-Marc; Berger, Arnaud; Binder, Jann; Martin, David; Beck, Bernhard; Mahuet, Audrey; Mueller, Thorsten; Contamin, Raphael

    2012-01-01

    The French-German office for Renewable energies (OFAEnR) organised a conference on the present day and future challenges of the development, support and market integration of photovoltaic energy. In the framework of this French-German exchange of experience, about 120 participants exchanged views on support models to renewable energy sources, research results on self-consumption and business models for the renewable energies sector. This document brings together the available presentations (slides) made during this event: 1 - Overview of France's PV support policies (Pierre-Marie Abadie); 2 - Grid parity: first step towards PV competitiveness (Gaetan Masson); 3 - How competitive is solar power? Requirements and impact on the European industry (Orsten Henzelmann); 4 - Key elements of the National Institute of Solar energy - INeS (Jean-Pierre Joly); 5 - Research priorities according to the Paris Institute of Photovoltaics (Jean-Francois Guillemoles); 6 - Bosch Solar energy (Jean-Marc Auffret); 7 - Financing and insuring photovoltaics - History and future prospects (Arnaud Berger); 8 - Decentralized Photovoltaics: Autonomy, Self-Consumption and Reduction of Grid Loading through electrical and Thermal Storage (Jann Binder); 9 - Off Grid systems, mini grid and grid parity, field feedback and perspectives. From the producer-consumer to the smart grid: experience feedback of PV management models (David Martin); 10 - Benefits for solar power plants in respect of grid stabilization (Bernhard Beck); 11 - Renewable energies integration to electricity market: impacts and challenges (Audrey Mahuet); 12 - Promotion of PV in Germany: Feed-in tariffs, self-consumption and direct selling - Review and forecast (Thorsten Mueller); 13 - How to support renewable electricity in France? (Raphael Contamin)

  1. Presentation of the Book “The Golden Horde in World History” (Oxford, Great Britain, April 7–8, 2017

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    L.S. Giniyatullina

    2017-06-01

    the Golden Horde history. Marie Favereau separately thanked the responsible editors of the publication, Ilnur Mirgaleev and Roman Hautala, for the great work in preparing the book for publication. In his presentation, the responsible editor and coordinator of the project, Ilnur Mirgaleev, spoke about the work on the project, on the problems and prospects of the Golden Horde researches. In particular, he noted that representatives of various research schools participated in the writing of this book setting a trend thereby for all national historiographies. In his opinion, this book is also important because it defines new priority directions for specialists in the most diverse areas of medieval history of the vast Eurasian space. At the end of the conference, Luisa Bukharaeva talked about the poetry of the Golden Horde.

  2. Report on the International Workshop “Networks, Regions and Institutions in Mongol Eurasia: A Meso-Historical Analysis”, Jerusalem, 17–18 May, 2017

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    Roman Hautala

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available On May 17–18, 2017, an international workshop “Networks, Regions and Institutions in Mongol Eurasia: A Meso-Historical Analysis” was held at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem with the participation of researchers from Israel, Japan, Britain, United States, Russia, China, Hungary and Finland. The main goal of the workshop was to reveal the potential of the “meso-historical analysis” in the study of the Mongol Empire, including the simultaneous consideration of global changes in Eurasia caused by the creation of the empire of Chinggis Khan, and the impact of these changes on each of its separate regions as recorded in the available primary sources. The keynote speech by Akinobu Kuroda (The University of Tokyo was entitled “A Global Monetary History of Mongol Eurasia: A Mesoscopic Perspective”. The first panel “Networks of the Empire and Beyond” included the following talks: Yoichi Isahaya (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, “Hulaguid Appanages as Mesoscale Agency in Cross-Cultural Exchange”; Elizabeth Lambourn (De Montfort University, “Mongol Eurasia at Sea: Peninsular South India in Networks of Maritime Trade and Tribute (Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries”. In the framework of the second panel “Decentralizing the Empire through Mesoscale Regions” the following talks were presented: Francesca Fiaschetti (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, “Empires within the Empire: Governance and Dynastic Space in Eastern Eurasia under Mongol Rule”; Christopher Eirkson (University of Pittsburgh, “Mongol Appanages and Ming Chinese Frontier Princedoms: A Comparison of Autonomous Territorial Units in Northern China, 1200–1500 CE”; Nikolay Kradin (Russian Academy of Sciences, “North-Eastern Margin of Mongolian Empire: Hinterland Urbanization of Chinggis Khan Brother”. The third panel “Sources Narrate Eurasia” saw presentations by: Roman Hautala (Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, “Catholic Missionary Sources on the

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    Warin, Dominique; Wallenius, Janne; Ouzounian, Gerald; Wikberg, Peter; Todd, Terry A.; Kormilitsyn, Mikhael V.; Osipenko, Alexander G.; Mayorshin, A.A.; McLachlan, Fiona; Nash, Ken L.; Nilsson, M.; Grimes, T.; Braley, J.C.; TAKESHITA, Kenji; Babain, Vasiliy A.; Spendlikova, I.; Distler, P.; John, J.; Sebesta, F.; VU, Trong-Hung; SIMONIN, Jean-Pierre; PAULENOVA, Alena; PRECEK, Martin; HARTIG, Kyle; KNAPP, Nathan; Vidick, Geoffrey; Bouslimani, Nouri; Desreux, Jean F.; Lewis, F.W.; Hudson, M.J.; Harwood, L.M.; Nunez, Ana; Nagarajan, K.; Vasudeva Rao, P.R.; Raj, Baldev; Ignatiev, Victor; Surenkov, Alexander; Pouchon, Manuel A.; Skarnemark, Gunnar; Allard, Stefan; Ekberg, Christian; Retegan, Teodora; Nordlund, Anders; John, Jan; Maershin, Alexander; Zakirov, R.; Panov, A.; Toropov, Andrey

    2010-01-01

    This document brings together the different presentations (slides) given at the workshop but with no attached paper. These slides refer to the following presentations: - Presentation of ITN (Instituto Tecnologico e Nuclear); - Minor Actinide Partitioning (Dominique Warin); - Transmutation (Janne Wallenius); - Radioactive Waste Management, IGD-TP (Gerald Ouzounian); - Present status of the Swedish nuclear waste management programme (Peter Wikberg); - The U.S. Fuel Cycle Research and Development Program - Separations Research and Development (Terry Todd); - Strategies and national programs of closed fuel cycles - Russian Expert Vision (Mikhael Kormilitsyn) - Extraction Studies Of Potential Solvent Formulations For The GANEX Process (Fiona MacLachlan); - Investigations of The Fundamental Chemistry of the TALSPEAK Process (Ken Nash); - Extraction Separation of Trivalent Minor Actinides and Lanthanides by Hexa-dentate Nitrogen-donor Extractant, TPEN, and its Analogs (Kenji Takeshita); - Fluorinated Diluents for HLW Processing - technological point of view (Vasiliy Babain); - Extraction properties of some new pyridine molecules and search for better diluents (Irena Spendlikova); - Kinetics of extraction of Eu 3+ ion by TODGA and CyMe 4 -BTBP studied using the RMC technique (Trong Hung Vu); - Redox Chemistry of Neptunium in Solutions of Nitric Acid (Alena Paulenova); - NMR applied to actinide ions and their complexes. In search of covalency effects (Geoffrey Vidick); - Towards 'Stability Rules' for Radiolysis of bis-DGA compounds (Ana Nunez); - Pyroprocess Research Activities at IGCAR, Kalpakkam, India (K. Nagarajan); - Critical issues of nuclear energy systems employing molten salt fluorides: from ISTC No. 1606 to No. 3749 (1. year of project activity) and MARS/EVOL cooperation (Victor Ignatiev); - Conversion processes: Internal Gelation and the Sphere-pac concept (Manuel Pouchon); - A Combined Nuclear Technology and Nuclear Chemistry Master. A Unique

  4. CARACTERIZACIÓN Y EVALUACIÓN in vivo E in vitro DEL LIPOPOLISACÁRIDO DE Aeromonas hydrophila

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    Full Text Available A partir de una cepa de A. hydrophila aislada de un brote de enfermedad septicémica en Tilapia nilótica (Piaractus brachypomusoreochromis niloticus, se obtuvieron extractos de lipopolisacárido (LPS crudo (29,5 mg/ml y semipurificado (106,5 mg/ml mediante la técnica fenol-agua caliente descrita por Westphal, Jann (1965. La presencia de proteína fue del 2,3% para el extracto crudo y de 0,1% para el semipurificado; la concentración de polisacáridos osciló entre el 15 y 26%. En electroforesis (SDS-PAGE se observaron bandas de 14 Kd correspondientes al oligosacárido central y al lípido A del LPS. Tres ratones de 25-35 g fueron inoculados intraperitonealmente con 25 mg/Kg de LPS cru-do, a partir de la primera hora todos los animales mostraron erizamiento, taquipnea e inapetencia; microscópicamente se detectó congestión hepática y pulmonar, hemorragias pulmonares y renales, marginación leucocitaria en hígado y pulmón con predominio de polimorfo-nucleares neutrófilos (PMN en todos los animales, mostrando un mayor efecto que el control inoculado con LPS de E. coli (Sigma® a la misma concentración. In vitro el LPS crudo a concentración de 10, 20 y 30 µg/ml indujo proliferación de células mono-nucleares murinas (2 x 10 5 en 200 µl de medio DMEM por incorporación de timidina tritiada; tanto el LPS control (E. coli, como el LPS crudo de A. hydrophila mostraron cuentas por minuto (CPM ascendentes de manera dosis dependiente, el LPS de A. hydrophila desencadeno una proliferación muy similar a la inducida por el control.

  5. Antimicrobial characterization of silver nanoparticle-coated surfaces by “touch test” method

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    Full Text Available Marianne Gunell,1,2 Janne Haapanen,3 Kofi J Brobbey,4 Jarkko J Saarinen,4 Martti Toivakka,4 Jyrki M Mäkelä,3 Pentti Huovinen,1 Erkki Eerola1,2 1Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, University of Turku, 2Department of Clinical Microbiology and Immunology, Microbiology and Genetics Service Area, Turku University Hospital, Turku, 3Aerosol Physics Laboratory, Department of Physics, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, 4Laboratory of Paper Coating and Converting, Center for Functional Materials, Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland Abstract: Bacterial infections, especially by antimicrobial resistant (AMR bacteria, are an increasing problem worldwide. AMR is especially a problem with health care-associated infections due to bacteria in hospital environments being easily transferred from patient to patient and from patient to environment, and thus, solutions to prevent bacterial transmission are needed. Hand washing is an effective tool for preventing bacterial infections, but other approaches such as nanoparticle-coated surfaces are also needed. In the current study, direct and indirect liquid flame spray (LFS method was used to produce silver nanoparticle-coated surfaces. The antimicrobial properties of these nanoparticle surfaces were evaluated with the “touch test” method against Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus. It was shown in this study that in glass samples one silver nanoparticle-coating cycle can inhibit E. coli growth, whereas at least two coating cycles were needed to inhibit S. aureus growth. Silver nanoparticle-coated polyethylene (PE and PE terephthalate samples did not inhibit bacterial growth as effectively as glass samples: three nanoparticle-coating cycles were needed to inhibit E. coli growth, and more than 30 coating cycles were needed until S. aureus growth was inhibited. To conclude, with the LFS method, it is possible to produce nanostructured large-area antibacterial surfaces which show

  6. Extended Meeting of the Editorial Board of the “Golden Horde Review” (Kazan, March 18, 2017

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    Full Text Available The extended meeting of the Editorial Board of the “Golden Horde Review” dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the first issue of the journal was held in Kazan on March 18, 2017. Responsible for the journal’s policy reported on the directions of their work with the following reports: Mirgaleev I.M., Cand. Sci. (History, Head of Usmanov Center for Research on the Golden Horde and Tatar Khanates, Sh. Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Editor-in-Chief of the journal. Report on the Journal’s Work: Strategic Vision of the Journal’s Development. Khakimov R.S., Dr. Sci. (History, Director of Sh. Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Vice President of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Academician of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Chairman of the Editorial Board. Report on the Editorial Board’s Work. Giniyatullina L.S., Research Fellow of Usmanov Center for Research on the Golden Horde and Tatar Khanates, Sh. Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Technical Editor. Plan for the Development of the Site of the Journal. The Role of the Online Version in Promoting the Journal and Its Indexing in Russian and International Scientific Citation Bases. Roman Hautala, Ph.D. (History, Senior Research Fellow of Usmanov Center for Research on the Golden Horde and Tatar Khanates, Sh. Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences; Docent, Department of History, University of Oulu (Finland, English Texts’ Editor. The Development Strategy of the English-Language Part of the Journal. Sayfetdinova E.G., Cand. Sci. (History, Senior Research Fellow of Usmanov Center for Research on the Golden Horde and Tatar Khanates, Sh. Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Issuing Editor. Aksanov A.V., Cand. Sci. (History, Senior Research Fellow of Usmanov Center for Research on the Golden Horde and Tatar Khanates, Sh. Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan

  7. New Collective Monograph: The Golden Horde in World History (Kazan: Sh.Marjani Institute of History of AS RT, 2016. 968 p. + 28 p. of col. ins.

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    deeply influenced its surrounding world. This world included the successors states of the Mongol empire in China, Afghanistan, India, Persia and Anatolia as well as Byzantium, Russia, Europe and the Middle East. The density of the connections from the Mediterranean Sea to the Caspian Sea and as far as China illustrates how deeply the ulus of Jöchi was enmeshed with the wider world. Therefore, the history of the Golden Horde should not be disconnected from this world-shaping phenomenon. Nationalist historiographies are inclined to distort history, to create and disseminate self-serving clichés. The first task of historians is to avoid inaccurate terminology such as “the Tatar Yoke”, in order to encourage inquiries into more important questions: how to deal with the notion of a collective history when it crosses the borders of modern nations? What then are the role and the legacy of the Golden Horde in world history? The Golden Horde in World History gives some answers to these important questions. It achieves a twofold aim: to bring to a larger academic audience a cutting-edge research that remains barely known outside the circle of specialists and to integrate this research into the broader perspective of world history. It combines diverse approaches and questions not only to offer an exhaustive picture of the state of the field, but also to herald the most profitable directions of research and the most fruitful advances made. This comprehensive new synthesis is the result of the collaboration of leading scholars coming from major academic institutions: Sh.Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Institute of Russian History of Russian Academy of Sciences and Oxford University. I wish to address my deepest thanks to those who turned a bold editorial project into this impressively compelling collective book: Rafael Khakimov, Ilnur Mirgaleev, Roman Hautala, Vadim Trepavlov. Thanks to the fantastic energy of our colleagues from the Sh

  8. From ASCAT to Sentinel-1: Soil Moisture Monitoring using European C-Band Radars

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    Wagner, Wolfgang; Bauer-Marschallinger, Bernhard; Hochstöger, Simon

    2016-04-01

    backscatter observation, the same physical processes and geophysical variables (e.g. vegetation optical depth, surface roughness, soil volume scattering, etc.) need to be considered. The difference lies mainly in the scaling, i.e. how prominently the different variables influence the C-band data at the different spatial (25 km versus 20 m) and temporal (daily versus 3-30 days repeat coverage) scales. Therefore, while the general properties of soil moisture retrievals schemes used for ASCAT and Sentinel-1 can be the same, the details of the algorithm and parameterization will be different. This presentation will review similarities and differences of soil moisture retrieval approaches used for ASCAT and Sentinel-1, with a focus on the change detection method developed by TU Wien. Some first comparisons of ASCAT and Sentinel-1 soil moisture data over Europe will also be shown. REFERENCES Entekhabi, D., Njoku, E.G., O'Neill, P.E., Kellog, K.H., Crow, W.T., Edelstein, W.N., Entin, J.K., Goodman, S.D., Jackson, T.J., Johnson, J., Kimball, J., Piepmeier, J.R., Koster, R., Martin, N., McDonald, K.C., Moghaddam, M., Moran, S., Reichle, R., Shi, J.C., Spencer, M.W., Thurman, S.W., Tsang, L., & Van Zyl, J. (2010). The Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) mission. Proceedings of the IEEE, 98, 704-716 Hornacek, M., Wagner, W., Sabel, D., Truong, H.L., Snoeij, P., Hahmann, T., Diedrich, E., & Doubkova, M. (2012). Potential for High Resolution Systematic Global Surface Soil Moisture Retrieval via Change Detection Using Sentinel-1. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 5, 1303-1311 Wagner, W., Hahn, S., Kidd, R., Melzer, T., Bartalis, Z., Hasenauer, S., Figa-Saldana, J., De Rosnay, P., Jann, A., Schneider, S., Komma, J., Kubu, G., Brugger, K., Aubrecht, C., Züger, C., Gangkofer, U., Kienberger, S., Brocca, L., Wang, Y., Blöschl, G., Eitzinger, J., Steinnocher, K., Zeil, P., & Rubel, F. (2013). The ASCAT soil moisture product: A review of its