NTUA

AcronymDefinition
NTUANational Technical University of Athens (Greece)
NTUANational Taiwan University of Arts
NTUANavajo Tribal Utility Authority
NTUANational University of Athens (Greece)
NTUANanyang Technological University Alumni
NTUANorth Texas Umpire Association
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The NTUA proposed a multimillion dollar project that would take an estimated 10 months to ensure to the site becomes more stable and prevent its collapse.
John Psarras, NTUA, Greece, and Dr George Anastassopoulos, Greek Energy Services Company (GRESCO).
NTUA's project is a result of a federal grant award from the National Telecommunications Infrastructure Administration to NTUA in 2010 to establish broadband connectivity within the Navajo Nation.
The NTUA project is unique in that it will employ AMI across electricity, water and gas meters.
Held biennially, the symposium is organized by the Paints--Varnishes--Inks Section of the Association of Greek Chemists and Sector III, Science and Technology of Materials, of the Chemical Engineering School, NTUA.
He is currently a senior researcher at the Microwaves and Fiber Optics Laboratory of the Institute of Communications and Computer Systems (ICCS) of NTUA.
The system supports an introductory course in software engineering offered by the Software Engineering Laboratory of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the NTUA.
NTUA charges a $95 per month flat fee for the use of each 640-watt solar generator.
The NTUA is a combined water, electric, and gas utility that provides service to 24,000 electric, 17,500 water, 7,000 wastewater, and 6,000 gas customers scattered in a 25,000-sq-mi service territory in the Four Corners area of Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico.
He is currently a senior researcher in the Microwaves and Fiber Optics Laboratory of the Institute of Communications and Computer Systems at NTUA.
NTUA also owns, operates and maintains a comprehensive communications infrastructure in support of its utility services.