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  • ...-1635 of the Soviet Cabinet of Ministers on the basis of the Department of Physics and Technology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University.]] ===Invited Professor, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia===
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  • ...-1635 of the Soviet Cabinet of Ministers on the basis of the Department of Physics and Technology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University.]] ===Invited Professor, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia=== <!--T:24-->
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  • ...ce]] (AI) and high-performance computing. His background is in theoretical physics. He changed fields to AI primarily due to the urgency and implications of i
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  • ...ate, a Homologue of a Ferroelectric Material.” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 11(41) (2009) 9474-9483. DOI:10.1039/B905070A. ...erahertz Spectroscopy and Solid-State Density Functional Theory.” Chemical Physics Letters 478(4-6) (2009) 166-171. DOI:10.1016/j.cplett.2009.07.078.
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  • ...les in the spacecraft Field Circus, which allow her to control the laws of physics and other core features of the environment.
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  • ...ical Self-Transformation, by Max More; Mark Miller interview, Pt.1: Creole Physics & the Credit Theory of Identity; Nanocomputers: 21st Century Hypercomputing ...pdate: Prozac and the Next Generation, by Dr. Ray Sahelian; Reviews of The Physics of Immortality, Morals By Agreement, and Bright Air, Brilliant Fire: On the
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  • ...ions program, a joint Austrian-Chinese initiative between the experimental physics groups of Anton Zeilinger and his former graduate student Jian-Wei Pan, kno ...eries-of-the-universe/answer/Christopher-Altman-4 Does China have thriving physics and cosmology fields the way the US does? {{!}} Christopher Altman, QuIST P
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  • 2005 &nbsp; Research Fellowship, Applied Physics. Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft University of Technology. Delft, The
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  • * [[Exotic physics]]
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  • ..., "The Large and the Small," in Timothy Ferris, ed., The World Treasury of Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1991), 22. ...76102; [http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v90/i17/e176102 abstract], [http://physics.aps.org/story/v11/st19 APS story].</ref> first demonstrated mechanosynthesi
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  • ...ref>https://vimeo.com/316922117</ref> His father graduated with a Ph.D. in physics and worked in the research labs of [[IBM]] and [[General Electric]], genera
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  • ...nce, new media, protein folding, robotics, stem cell research, theoretical physics—''e.g''., the possibility of time travel—quantum computation and secure ...e Brouwer]</ref> successor to the NASA {{Wikipedia|Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program}}. The organization published ''The Frontiers of Propulsion''<ref>[
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  • ...th the successor to the [[Tau_Zero_Foundation|NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program]],<ref>[https://arc.aiaa.org/doi/book/10.2514/4.479953 Frontiers of ...ting graduate fellowship, consecutive Templeton fellowships in theoretical physics with the Zeilinger group at Internationale Akademie Traunkirchen, appointme
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  • * 1974 - Physicist Gerard K. O'Neil publishes "The Colonization of Space" in Physics Today. O'Neil advocates "finding high quality living space for a world popu
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  • ...istical theory of turbomolecular pumps'', J.G Chu and Z.Y. Hua, The Modern Physics Institute, Fudan University, Shanghai, PRC.</ref>.
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  • ...Earth, or the commissioning of advance peer review of planned high-energy physics experiments – are probably cost-effective. However, these lesser risks mu ...y. We could construct artificial experiential worlds, in which the laws of physics can be suspended, that would appear as real as physical reality to particip
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  • ...Earth, or the commissioning of advance peer review of planned high-energy physics experiments – are probably cost-effective. However, these lesser risks mu ...y. We could construct artificial experiential worlds, in which the laws of physics can be suspended, that would appear as real as physical reality to particip
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  • has been on realistic appearance rather than realistic physics (Scheepers, Parent et al., 1997), ...ects entering the mouth. The former may require complex simulations of the physics of virtual objects in the case of virtual environments, and pressure/temper
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