IEEC

AcronymDefinition
IEECInstitut d'Estudis Espacials de Catalunya (Catalonian Institute of Space Studies)
IEECIntegral-Equation Equivalent Circuit (electronics)
IEECIntegrated Electronics Engineering Center (Binghamton University; Binghamton, NY)
IEECInternational Entrepreneurship Educators Conference (UK)
IEECInphone Electronics Enterprise Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
IEECInland Empire Energy Center, LLC (power plant; Romoland, CA)
IEECInner Enamel Epithelial Cell
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The challenge, led by Anaya, pointed to anomalies in the preliminary count (Programa de Resultados Electorales Preliminares, PREP) managed by the IEEC. The IEEC was releasing the preliminary count results on a regular basis until they came to a point where 72% of the vote had been counted.
Instead, it asked the IEEC to provide information about the PREP and other relevant data to help clear up any doubts about the process.
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International Economic and Energy Consultants (IEEC) has undertaken a great deal of work in the coal mining industries of the former Eastern Bloc countries[4].
Profesor e investigador del Instituto de Estudios Economicos del Caribe (IEEC), Departamento de Economia, Universidad del Norte.
KABUL (PAN): An influential human rights group on Wednesday called on the Karzai administration to repeal recent amnesty and election laws preventing the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IEEC) from disqualifying presidential candidates responsible for past atrocities.
Just for the record, in "code language", the word "may" indicates that the designer has an option, such as we have with the "IES Illuminance Recommendations," which is to use a judgment call when choosing lighting levels, but the word "shall" in code language, is a mandate, with no option but to comply, like the lighting power densities (LPDs) in the ASHRAE and IEEC Energy codes.
Contributing to the work of the Reliability Team: Jay Bartelo (IBM), Jasbir Bath (Solectron), Elizabeth Benedetto (Compaq), Edwin Bradley (Motorola), Rick Charbonneau (StorageTek), Richard Coyle (Lucent), Mike DiPietro (IEEC at Binghamton University), Ken Fallon (Kodak), Charlie Fieselman (Solectron), Ron Gedney (NEMI), David Godlewski (NEMI), Frank Grano (Sanmina-SCI), Angela Grusd (Agilent), Carol Handwerker (NIST), Brian Hunter (StorageTek), Keith Johnson (Kodak), Kevin Knadle (IBM), Thomas Koschmieder (Motorola), John Manock (Lucent), Jack McCullen (Intel), Rich Parker (Delphi Delco), Swami Prasad (ChipPAC), Marianne Romansky (Celestica), Tom Slewerr (NIST), Polina Snugovsky (Celestica), John Sohn (NEMI), Terri Womack (Sanmina-SCI), and Adam Zbrzezny (Celestica).
Sponsor: SIGMICRO and IEECS. Contact Wen-mei Hwu, Coordinated Science Lab, Univ of Illinois, 1101 W.