IRPS 2024

IRPS 2024
by Admin on 02-12-2024 at 4:47 pm

About IRPS

IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium (IRPS) is the premiere conference for engineers and scientists to present new and original work in the area of microelectronics reliability. Drawing participants from the United States, Europe, Asia, and all other parts of the world, IRPS seeks to understand the… Read More


Ansys 2024 R1: Ansys Fluent Physics and Modeling What’s New

Ansys 2024 R1: Ansys Fluent Physics and Modeling What’s New
by Admin on 02-07-2024 at 9:09 pm

Enhancements to Fluent software in 2024 R1 include new multiphysics capabilities with Maxwell and Mechanical, faster simulation run times for multi-phase flows, and updated numerics for combustion studies.

TIME:
MARCH 5, 2024
11 AM EST / 5 PM CET / 9:30 PM IST

Venue:
Virtual

Overview

This presentation will cover enhancements

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XXII International Workshop on Physics of Semiconductor Devices (IWPSD)

XXII International Workshop on Physics of Semiconductor Devices (IWPSD)
by Admin on 11-15-2023 at 3:57 pm

About IWPSD 2023

The XXII International Workshop on the Physics of Semiconductor Devices (IWPSD 2023) is being jointly organized by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras in collaboration with Society for Semiconductor Devices and Semiconductor Society (India). This series of biennial workshops, started in 1981, provides

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The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Neural Nets

The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Neural Nets
by Bernard Murphy on 10-05-2016 at 7:00 am

In 1960, the Nobel-winning theoretical physicist Eugene Wigner published an article titled “The unreasonable effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences”. His point was that, at least in the physical and chemical worlds, mathematics is able to describe the behavior of nature to an uncannily accurate degree, which… Read More


Higgs bosons, (un)certainty, and black holes

Higgs bosons, (un)certainty, and black holes
by Beth Martin on 07-18-2012 at 9:00 pm

Ever since the announcement in early July from CERN that they likely have, probably, finally found the Higgs boson, I’ve been thinking about what quantum mechanics means to our daily ‘classical model’ existence. On the surface, nothing. The most fantastical aspects of quantum mechanics, like uncertainty, tunneling and the … Read More