CCES

AcronymDefinition
CCESChina Civil Engineering Society
CCESCanadian Center for Ethics in Sport
CCESCentre for Customs and Excise Studies (University of Canberra, Australia)
CCESCenter for Conservation Education and Sustainability (Smithsonian Institute National Zoological Park)
CCESConcordia Center for Environmental Stewardship (Concordia University Wisconsin; Mequon, WI)
CCESContingency Communications Extension Switch
CCESCorporate & Continuing Education Services
CCESCommand Center Evaluation System
CCESChild Custody Evaluation Service
CCESCenter for Clinical Evidence Synthesis (Boston, MA)
CCESCall Center Environment Stabilization
CCESCalling Card Entry System (Sprint)
CCESCommon Control Echo Suppressor
CCESChesapeake City Elementary School (Chesapeake City, MD)
CCESChaneysville-Cove Elementary School (Pennsylvania)
CCESConstant Charge Erasing Scheme (computer memory)
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CCES is working with several clothing and personal product manufacturers to assess the GHG emissions from their product, from the time it is made to the time it is disposed of.
In addition to providing a compelling experience for an IDE (integrated development environment), CCES also provides support for Micrium s embedded software components such as oC/OS-IIITM Real-Time Kernel, oC/USB DeviceTM Stack and oC/FSTM File System.
We worked very closely with Micrium to leverage their technology from CCES and by doing so offer code generation, configuration, and debug capabilities for their operating systems and drivers not offered elsewhere .
Blackfin and SHARC processor users will find CCES licenses are available at several levels starting with a single-user node locked license priced at $995.
Christiane Ayotte (Director of the Doping Control Laboratory at the INRS) who are being honoured this evening for the key role they have played in the development and success of the CCES.
CCES has put together a "Green Certification" program utilizing LCA-ISO Standards, providing scientific basis for the "Green Claims" of any company's products or services.
CCES recently applied for intellectual property patents on LCA data collection and is part of Wayne State University's -TechTown.
About CCES: CCES is located in TechTown, an internationally recognized high-tech village in the city of Detroit affiliated with Wayne State University.
While the CCES does not promote the use of supplements, we do recognize that athletes use them.
In addition to CCES recognition of the program, the NSF Athletic Banned Substances Certification Program has been recommended by key athletic organizations, including Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association.