CSNECenter for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (US NSF)
CSNEChambre Syndicale Nationale de l'Etanchéité (French: National Union Chamber of Sealing)
CSNECalifornia Society of Newspaper Editors
CSNECollege Stores of New England (est. 1961)
CSNECoopérants au Service National en Entreprise
CSNEComcast Sports Network
CSNEComputer Science/Network Engineering (education program)
CSNECitizens for Safe Nuclear Energy
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The problem is that these electrodes can fracture and fall apart over time, says one of the study's lead investigators, Sam Rassegne, deputy director for the CSNE at SDSU and a professor in the mechanical engineering department.
"ARM's strong expertise in power-efficient microprocessors compliments the CSNE's work in computational neuroscience and brain-computer interfacing, and we expect the partnership to lead to advances in not only medical technology but other applications as well, such as consumer electronics," Dr.
"We made this decision based on the belief that present economic pressures on our industry would significantly reduce attendance, causing a financial loss to our organization," CSNE President Mike Jenner, executive editor of The Bakersfield Californian, wrote in a message to members.
(3) En adultos el 20-30% de los pacientes estudiados para cirugia de epilepsia presentan CSNE. En ninos, dos estudios muestran frecuencias entre el 12 y 21%, siendo mas frecuente en adolescentes que en escolares.
CSNE was founded in 2011 with an $18.5 million NSF grant.
In other conference business, Mark Vasche, managing editor of the Modesto Bee, succeeded Andy Lippman as president of CSNE. Lippman, AP bureau chief in Los Angeles, had held the post for two years.
The National Science Foundation has renewed funding for research in this type of technology with an additional $15-$20 million over the next five years to the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (CSNE), led by researchers at San Diego State University, the University of Washington and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Circulation managers have learned a thing or two about what sells papers and are willing to pass the knowledge along to editors, Perona told CSNE members.
Khachigian, who was a special assistant to President Richard Nixon and a senior staff member of the Reagan-Bush campaign, was a panelist at a recent joint conference of the California Society of Newspaper Editors (CSNE) and the AP News Executives Council (APNEC) at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim.