CEID

AcronymDefinition
CEIDComputer Engineering and Informatics Department (University of Patras, Greece)
CEIDCenter for Emerging Infectious Diseases (University of Iowa; Coralville, IA)
CEIDCenter for Early Intervention on Deafness (Berkeley, CA)
CEIDComité Étude Information Drogue (French: Drug Information Study Committee; Bordeaux, France)
CEIDCentre d'Implantologie Dentaire (French: Dental Implant Center; Lyon, France)
CEIDChicken Embryo Infectious Dose (virus titration in embryonated chicken eggs)
CEIDCollected Event ID
CEIDCommunications-Electronics Implementation Directive
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They were arrested after the CEID received a tip-off that a person, along with his accomplices, was using his house to make fake notes of QR500 and QR100 denominations.
This should be looked into," one participant urged the CEID.
On completion, CEID received adjusted sale proceeds of $23 million (US$19 million).
Cisco recognizes the importance of EPRI and the CEIDS community as the energy industry's foremost source for science and technology solutions," said Dave Rossetti, vice president of strategic software technology at Cisco Systems.
Other members of CEIDS include leading energy and technology organizations, and to date include: Alliant Energy, the Bonneville Power Administration, Cisco Systems, Consolidated Edison, Electricite de France, Exelon, the Long Island Power Authority, the New York Power Authority, the Salt River Project, TXU, and We Energies.
DOE's participation and leadership in the CEIDS initiative is important because the electricity infrastructure for the future must be guided by both public and private sector collaboration in strategic, public benefits research," said E2I president, T.
We are looking forward to working together with the CEIDS partners, industry participants, government agencies and societal stakeholders to help define the functional needs for the power grid of the future.
Members of CEIDS include Alliant Energy, Bonneville Power Administration, Electricite de France, Exelon, the Long Island Power Authority, the New York Power Authority, the Salt River Project, TXU, We Energies and Cisco Systems.
A key strategic goal of the CEIDS program is development of the technologies necessary to achieve the transformation of the current electricity system into a sustainable, adaptive, and self-healing electricity system for the future.
CEIDS provides the strategic framework for steps to increase power efficiency, address the impacts of technological acceleration, and reduce electrical pollution.