His extensive background includes: --Graduate of the University of Seville, Medical School.
What does USE stand for?
USE stands for University of Seville (Spain)
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- Ubiquitous Systems Evaluation (workshop)
- Ultrasonic Scanning Equipment
- Unconditionally Stable Extended
- Undergraduate Study Education Program (US NASA)
- Underground Service Entrance Cable
- Unified Software Engine
- Unified Stochastic Engine
- United States of Earth
- United States of Europe (possible name for politically united future European Union)
- Univac Scientific Exchange
- University of Southern Europe (Spain)
- Upper South East (Australia)
- Urban Systems Engineering (degree programs)
- Used Solvent Elimination
- User Support Environment
- User-to-user Signaling Entity
- Unconditionally Stable Extended Finite-Element Time Domain
- Users Society for Electronic Design Automation
- Upstream Sequence Element 1
- Uganda Services Exporters Association (Kampala, Uganda)
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That is "almost contemporaneous" to the earliest evidence of modern humans eating shellfish at Pinnacle Point in South Africa 164,000 years ago, said the study led by the University of Seville (CSIC), which was part of the study.
Researchers at the University of Seville apply the energy domain integral to three-dimensional interface cracks in transversely isotropic bimaterials, and the applied mechanics department at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg investigates the influence of crack surface roughness on the behavior of cracks.
Bizet's opera, one of the most popular of all time, opens around the city's cigarette factory, today the bustling University of Seville.
Maria Jose Mora is lecturer in English Literature at the University of Seville.
The quoted resources are based on the PhD Thesis, "Petrology and Geochemistry of the Uranium Deposits of South East Badajoz" by Dr Javier Almarza Lopez of the University of Seville dated March 1996.
Firstly, the study we present is based on the analysis of messages sent to discussion groups of 10 courses of e-learning that we have organized in the University of Seville.
Ana Maria Camean and colleagues from the University of Seville analysed 18 samples of cava and 17 of champagne to identify "fingerprints.