Controlling Seismic Hazard and Sustainable Development of Deep Mines -- Proc. of 7th Intl. symp. on rockburst and Seismicity in Mines
    ed Chun'An Tang

7th International Symposium on Rockburst and Seismicity in Mines (RaSiM7) was held in Dalian, China, 21-23 August 2009. Past symposia have been held in South Africa in 1982; Minneapolis, USA in 1988; Kingston, Canada in 1993; Krakow, Poland in 1997; South Africa again in 2001; Perth, Australia in 2005. The event has long been an opportunity for researchers and industry professionals to meet and present the latest technical findings, and share ideas and experiences on one of the most complex technical problems facing mining and other rock engineering around the world.
The theme of RaSiM7 is “Controlling Seismic Hazard and Sustainable Development of Deep Mines”, and the symposium program was developed to not just address the critical questions regarding mining-induced seismicity and rockburst, but also the related problems met in other civil engineering. Papers in the two volumes have been grouped in three parts: understanding seismic hazard, managing seismic hazard and dynamic behavior in civil engineering, with the third part particularly emphasized in coal outburst and water inrush in coal mining

Computational Physics

ed. X-G Zhao, et al

Computational Physics is well established as the third branch of physics, complementing experimental and theoretical physics. The purpose of the Joint Conference of ICCP6 and CCP2003, organized by IAPCM and held in Beijing, was to bring together computational researchers from academia, industry and government from all over the world, and to consolidate up-to-date theories and applications of computational physics. This volume consists of the extended version of the accepted presentations at the conference, after further peer-reviews. The research areas covered in this volume include, but are not limited to, condensed matter physics, plasma physics, materials science, molecular dynamics, fluid dynamics, biophysics, computer architectures, network architectures, parallel computation and computational methods, etc.

  Electronic Information: Science and Technology -- Proc. of the 20th Annual Meeting of the Electronic and Electrical Based Course-Teaching Associateion of Higher Education Institutions of the Ministry of Education in Middle-South China
    ed GAN L C & Wang Z G

Electronic information is one of the most advanced sciences and technologies that are widely used in almost every area. This 20th academic annual meeting was held on July 28-31 2010 at Zheng Zhou Henan province of China and organized by the Higher Education Institutions Electronic and Electrical Basic-Courses-teaching Association of the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China in Middle-South Area of China. The success of the meeting represents another important step towards deepening our understanding of the science and technology of electronic information and, equally interesting, enhancing the educational reform in teaching Electronic Information courses in the universities and colleges in China.

Engineering Advanced Web Applications

ed. M Matera &
S Comai

This volume is a collection of papers presented at the four Workshops IWWOST, AHCW, WQ, and DIWE, held in conjunction with the 4th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE'04). Web Engineering is a new emergent discipline, which focuses on the definition of methodologies, techniques and tools for the design, development and evaluation of complex Web applications. Novel results in this area have been presented and discussed during the ICWE'04 Workshops, with special attention on advanced application domains. This volume presents a selection of the best contributions, providing an updated view on the Web Engineering researches and applications.


Quantum Field Theory Under the Influence of External Conditions

ed. K Milton

This volume is a collection of papers presented at the 6th Workshop on Quantum Field Theory Under the Influence of External Conditions, QFEXT03. Controversies raged over the temperature dependence of the Casimir force between real metal surfaces, and over the significance of divergences encountered in calculations of Casimir energies. Such questions are being addressed through both theoretical and experimental researches, which are recounted in this book. Many other new ideas are presented, making this proceedings of great interest to both experienced researchers and graduate students concerned with both fundamental and applied issues in quantum field theory.

Twenty Years of SUGRA: Search for SUSY and Unification SUGRA20

ed. P Nath

This volume is a collection of papers presented at the conference "Twenty Years of SUGRA, Search for SUSY and Unification" (March, 2003) to celebrate the twentieth year since the invention of SUGRA models. The predictions of SUGRA models and specifically its minimal version mSUGRA will be tested at the future collider experiments, i.e., at the Fermilab Tevatron and at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland. Remarkably SUGRA, mSUGRA also predict just the right amount of dark matter consistent with the recent data from the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) and also predict that such dark matter could be detected in the current and the future dark matter detectors.

  Squeezed States and Uncertainty Relations (ICSSUR'03)

ed. H. Moya-Cessa, R. Jáuregui,
S. Hacyan
, & O. Castaños

This book reflects the broad ranges and high quality of 8th Int. Conf. on Squeezed States and Uncertainty Relations took place in Puebla, Mexico, June 2003. It consists of over sixty contributions, covering cutting-edge developments in both experimental and theoretical aspects. The topics include generation and characterization of quantum states of matter and light, phase space and group representations in quantum physics, quantum transforms in signal analysis and quantum physics, quantum interference and entanglement, quantum light and mesoscopic systems, foundations of quantum mechanics and quantum optics, trapped atoms and degenerate gases, quantum chaos and quantum control, quantum information and communications, quantum computing, and others.

Quantum Communication, Measurements and Computing (QCMC'02)

ed. J Shapiro &
O Hirota

The volume presents reports of the latest developments in various areas including quantum information theory, theoretical and experimental aspects of quantum computing, quantum communication systems, cryptography, new quantum effects and their experimental realizations, generation detection and applications of non-classical light, quantum noise, stochastic processes and filtering, quantum measurement theory, and quantum control.


2nd Int. Conf. on New Development in Rock Mechanics and Engineering (NDRM'2002)

ed. Y M Lin et al

This volume includes presentations and discussions on original researches, new developments, and case studies in rock mechanics and rock engineering for topics as wide as possible throughout the industry. The volume should be useful to the students, scientists and engineers from civil, mining, geological hydro-electrical and a lot of related fields.


7th Int Workshop on Rare Earth Magnets and Their Applications

ed. G Hadjipananyis & M Bonder

The volume concentrates on the practical aspects of fabrication, processing, and application of rare earth magnets, as well as on the fundamental aspects of rare earth transition metal alloys and their magnetic ysteresis behavior.

  Photonic, Electronic, and Atomic Collisions (ICPEAC'01)

ed. C R Vane

This continuing series of biennial international conferences promotes the growth and exchange of scientific information on photonic, electronic and atomic collisions and such related areas of atomic and molecular physics that the governing bodies of the conference shall from time to time select.

Experimental Implementation of Quantum Computation

ed. R Clark

The volume presents reports of the latest developments in the experimental implementation of quantum computer proposals worldwide. It also includes theoretical investigations relevant to the various computer architectures, implementation strategies and computer operation. The reports provide a framework that sets out both the challenges of the various experimental proposals together with progress that has been made in overcoming these challenges.

  Cairo Int. Conf. on High Energy Physics

ed. S Khalil,
Q Shafi
, &
H Tallat

This volume brings together some newest developments in four major areas of high energy physics: 1) Phenomenology, 2) Formal Theories, 3) Cosmological Application of Particle Physics, and 4) Experimental Searches. It is very useful for the researchers and students who are working and studying in the areas of high energy physics.

5th Multinational Congress on Electron Microscopy

ed. M Catalano &
L Dini

This book contains the proceedings of the 5th Multinational Congress on Electron Microscopy (Sept, 2001, Lecce, Italy). A broad variety of methods, applicable to the areas of materials science and biomedicine, are presented. Instrumentation is addressed in a series of contributions. This book provides a nice updated source for researches in the microscopy fields.

  Photonic, Electronic, and Atomic Collisions (XXII ICPEAC) - Abstracts

ed. S Datz, et al

This continuing series of biennial international conferences promotes the growth and exchange of scientific information on photonic, electronic and atomic collisions and such related areas of atomic and molecular physics. This volume includes abstracts of all the contributions to the conference, and provides a complete updated view of the activities in the areas.

Muon Colliders
at the High Energy Frontier

ed. A Caldwell &
B King

This publication on CD-ROM reflects the results of the study with a concise write-up and more detailed and specialized write-ups on the sbufields associated with each of the four topical working groups, along with individual contributions. All these make it a very useful reference to students, physicists, engineers in high energy physics and accelerator physics.


Particles, Strings & Cosmology (PASCOS'01)

ed. P Frampton &
J Y Ng

This volume is about newest developments in three subfields of theoretical high-energy physics: particle phenomenology, string theory and theoretical cosmology. At the start of a new millennium these fields show an unprecedented and exciting amount of mutual dependence and interaction.








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