IESS

AcronymDefinition
IESSInstituto Ecuatoriano de Seguridad Social (Ecuador)
IESSInternational Embedded Systems Symposium
IESSIntegrated Electronic Systems Sector
IESSInternational Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences
IESSImagery Exploitation Support System
IESSIntegrated Electronic Security System
IESSIntegrated Electronic Systems Sector (Motorola)
IESSINTELSAT Earth Station Standards
IESSIntegrated Electromagnetic System Simulator
IESSInternational Engineering Students Society (University of Melbourne)
IESSImage Exploitation Support System
IESSInelastic Electron Scattering Spectroscopy
IESSInitial Execution Sequence Set
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These age calculations, led by Philip Nicholson of Cornell University and Iess, built on a connection that scientists had previously made between the mass of the rings and their age.
Additionally, his main line of inquiry centers on undergraduate students' perceptions of IEss, and the impacts of IEss on student learning.
[52.] Hemingway, D., Nimmo, F., Zebker, H., and Iess, L., "A Rigid and Weathered Ice Shell on Titan," Nature 500(7464):550-552, 2013, doi:10.1038/naturel2400.
Shahid Qureshi, Program Director IBA Aman-Centre for Entrepreneurial Department (CED), gave a brief introduction of IESS 2018 and shed light over the first 10 days of entrepreneurial learning.
Renowned international faculty members including Hans Michael and Ulrike Guelich from Thailand, faculty from South Korea, Qatar and Canada, along with the national and IBA faculty taught in IESS. The 10-day entrepreneurship course included various guest speakers, including renowned Youtuber, Irfan Junejo, who imparted the essentials of entrepreneurship.
"On Jupiter, a gaseous planet without a solid surface, we can only gather information from orbit," added aerospace engineering professor Luciano Iess of Sapienza University of Rome, who also led part of the research.