Applied Physics Laboratory), Kasch (leader, high-assurance networking section, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory), and Ward (leader, wireless networking section, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory).
What does AP stand for?
AP stands for Applied Physics
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- Application Program
- Application Protocol
- Applications Process(es)
- Applications Programmer (Tandem)
- Applied Photochemistry
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Shrink") (OTC Bulletin Board: INKN), an innovative nanotechnology company developing products and licensing opportunities in the solar energy industry, medical diagnostics and sensors and biotechnology research and development tools businesses, announced today that Shrink's MetalFluor(TM) technology was studied, reported on and made the front cover of the November issue of Applied Physics Letters.
KARACHI, October 23, 2010 (Balochistan Times ): The aptitude test of BS (Hons) for admissions in the Department of Applied Physics and Environmental Studies will be conducted on Oct 23 at 9:00 am and 2:00 pm respectively, in the KU Faculty of Arts.
Three groups in the Chemistry degree were involved, namely, two in Physics I (first-year course, 115 students) and one in Applied Physics (second-year course, 45 students).
Reporting in the May 5, 2003 issue of Applied Physics Letters, researchers show that the population of chromium atoms in a magneto-optical trap can be stabilized at the single-atom level with a probability of nearly 99 % by using fast feedback control over trap loading and dumping, together with very-high fluorescence detection efficiency.
Editorial will integrate information from the fields of chemistry, biology, applied physics and computer science.
DEVELOPING THE PROGRAM In 1996, instructors who teach interviewing and interrogation at the FBI Academy met with members of the Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) to determine if they could create a computer program that would realistically simulate a human personality.
The Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics at Columbia University has a position open for a post-doctoral research scientist or associate research scientist to work on the Levitated Dipole Experiment (LDX), (http://www.