CCEM

AcronymDefinition
CCEMConsultative Committee for Electricity and Magnetism (est. 1927)
CCEMConference of Commonwealth Education Ministers
CCEMCenter for Computational Electromagnetics (University of Illinois)
CCEMColorado Center for Environmental Management
CCEMCentre for Cultural Economics and Management (Hamburg University; Germany)
CCEMCommon-Cause Evaluation Methodology
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Then, the SCAPC was disbanded on the instructions of the CCEM which is headed by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.
El IEE recurrio a los servicios propuestos por el Comite Intergubernamental para las Migraciones Europeas (CIME) para poner en marcha ambos modelos, conservando las competencias en materia de envio de trabajadores, mientras cedia a la Comision Catolica Espanola de Migracion (CCEM) la gestion de las reagrupaciones.
That description is entirely apt for CCEM, which houses a remarkable collection of instruments for generating images at the atomic scale.
At that time, the Central Committee for Ethnic Minorities (CCEM), which was the highest level multiethnic organization, was established to strengthen solidarity and reconciliation among ethnic groups.
Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ CCEM. 2012.6354623
Sylvie O'Dy, presidenta del Comite Contra la Esclavitud Moderna (CCEM), con sede en Paris, asegura a la corresponsal que su asociacion rescato a 122 esclavas domesticas durante 2012 en Francia.
The report was commissioned for the 18th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (CCEM), held in Mauritius Aug 28-31, 2012, based around the theme "Education in the Commonwealth: Bridging the Gap As We Accelerate towards Achieving Internationally Agreed Goals."]
The CIPM has established 10 Consultative Committees (CCs) which together cover all fields of basic metrology; for example, there is the Consultative Committee for Electricity and Magnetism (CCEM) and the Consultative Committee for Length (CCL) (1), (2).
It is supported by the Swiss Centre of Competence of support for Energy and Mobility (CCEM).
Companies exceeding their target are deemed in compliance if they pay $15 per tonne of excess CO2 into the Climate Change and Emissions Management (CCEM) Fund.
The NGO Committee Against Modern Slavery (CCEM) reported 216 cases of forced labor in France in 2008; 120 of these victims were reportedly placed in protective custody.
De la misma manera el Comite Consultivo para las Unidades (CCU) en la Recomendacion U1 (2005), solicita al CIPM que apruebe en principio la preparacion de las nuevas definiciones y realizaciones practicas del kilogramo, el ampere y el kelvin, de modo que si los resultados de las mediciones experimentales son aceptables y acordadas entre los diferentes Comites Consultivos y otros organismos relevantes, el CIPM pueda preparar propuestas a los Estados Miembros del Tratado del Metro a tiempo para su posible adopcion en la [24.sup.a] reunion de la CGPM en 2011 (Mills, Mohr, Quinn, Taylor, & Williams, 2006; CCM, 2005; CCU, 2005; CCEM, 2005).