MASER


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AcronymDefinition
MASERMicrowave Amplification By Stimulated Emission of Radiation
MASERMolecular Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation
MASERMathematics and Science Education Reform (various locations)
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Claire Gmachl, who was not involved in the research and is Princeton's Eugene Higgins Professor of Electrical Engineering and a pioneer in the field of semiconductor lasers, said that because lasers, masers and other forms of coherent light sources are used in communications, sensing, medicine and many other aspects of modern life, the study is an important one.
Previously, getting results from the maser was a tough job, says Dr Mark Oxborrow, co-author of the NPL study on the solid-state maser.
Richard Maser is an effective advocate for public policy that benefits the commercial and industrial real estate industry.
Maser is a shareholder in Greenberg Traurig and focuses his practice on structuring and negotiating real estate joint ventures and investments and general corporate transactions.
Both atomic clock designs have proved resistant to radiation effects, with GIOVE-B's passive hydrogen maser - designed to lose less than one second every three million years - running so well that errors cannot be spotted easily over the general measurement system noise.
Police charged Maser, from Uniontown, Pennsylvania, with reckless endangerment, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
In the first chapter, Garton rightly emphasises the dynamic quality of the frescoes at Maser, appreciating how the locations and poses of the various portraits and other painted figures in the house give the villa and its inhabitants an air of spontaneity, and he draws proper parallels between the trompe-l'oeil effects at Maser and the illusionism Veronese employed in other places, such as the frescoes in S Sebastiano in Venice.
I think they have an amazing future in all of this,' said Bill Ryan, an associate journalism professor, who taught Maser and Dickman at the UO.
The states' workers' compensation programs collect insurance premiums from companies and pay medical bills for injured workers, including Maser, as well as limited benefits to widows and young children who lose parents in accidents.
The recipients were: Teresa Maria Rojas, professor of drama; Giselle Sin, professor of computer science; Carolina Hospital, professor of English; Irene Lipof, an instructor of psychology and education; Donald Maser, professor of anatomy and physiology; Allan Rossmore, professor of aviation administration; Alberto Meza, an art instructor; Dr.
The short-term stabil-ity of the mercury standard is superior to that of NIST-F1, so the maser played a key role in the comparisons.