Experimental design details Tissue Section source size mouse spleen Mouse skeletal muscle 10µm X3 10µm X3 10µm X3 10µm X3 10µm X3 10µm X3 10µm X3 10µm X3 10µm X3 10µm X3 10µm X3 10µm X3 Total tissue amount Isolation method Processing type Sample Number 30µm 30µm 30µm 30µm 30µm 30µm 30µm 30µm 30µm 30µm 30µm 30µm Ambion Ambion Qiagen Qiagen Qiagen Qiagen Ambion Ambion Qiagen Qiagen Qiagen Qiagen manual manual manual manual automated automated manual manual manual manual automated automated 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Qiagen – FFPE miRNeasy kit (P/N: 217504) Ambion – RecoverAll Total Nucleic Acid Isolation kit (P/N:AM1975) Automated – Qiagen FFPE miRNeasy kit using QIAcube robot OHSU Integrated Genomics Laboratory January 2012
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SJSU Washington Square Mechanical Engineering Degrees Offered: BS Mechanical Engineering and MS Mechanical Engineering Graduate Areas of Specialization: • • • • Careers: Mechanical design engineer, mechanical manufacturing engineer, simulation engineer, semiconductor manufacturing and equipment Energy systems Electronics cooling Electronics packaging and reliability Robotics Kyle Schmidt, Senior Mechanical Engineering • • • • Product design Finite element analysis and CAD Mechatronics and MEMS Automation and manufacturing For my senior project, I was a member of an engineering team that designed and built a human-powered vehicle for an American Society of Mechanical Engineers competition. I value the one-on-one time with my professors and the camaraderie of my fellow engineers. 8
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Search Techniques  Search techniques - This group of techniques searches collected information to answer the question whether objects of given type, such as hacking tools, or pictures of certain kind, are present in the collected information. - According to the level of search automation, techniques can be grouped into manual browsing and automated searches. Automated searches include keyword search, regular expression search, approximate matching search, custom searches, and search of modifications.  Manual browsing - Manual browsing means that the forensic analyst browses collected information and singles out objects of desired type. The only tool used in manual browsing is a viewer of some sort. It takes a data object, such as file or network packet, decodes the object and presents the result in a human-comprehensible form. Manual browsing is slow. Most investigations collect large quantities of digital information, which makes manual browsing of the entire collected information unacceptably time consuming.
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8.) Purchase/Order desired items For Large Items (Send to the shop!) For Small Items Shipping Addresses: • Fedex Express Mechanical Engineering Attn: (Insert Team Purchaser Name) 691 Ash St. room 324K Moscow, ID 83844-0902 • USPS Mechanical Engineering Attn: (Insert Team Purchaser Name) PO Box 440902 Moscow, ID 83844-0902 • UPS & Fedex Ground and Freight Carriers Mechanical Engineering University of Idaho Attn: (Insert Team Purchaser Name) 875 Perimeter Drive ENGR/Physics bldg. room 324K Moscow, ID 83844-0902 Shipping Addresses: • Fedex Express Mechanical Engineering Attn: (Insert Team Purchaser Name & Russ Porter) Gauss-Johnson bldg. room 124 Moscow, ID 83844-0902 • USPS Mechanical Engineering Attn: (Insert Team Purchaser Name & Russ Porter) PO Box 440902 Gauss-Johnson bldg. room 124 Moscow, ID 83844-0902 • UPS & Fedex Ground and Freight Carriers Mechanical Engineering University of Idaho Attn: (Insert Team Purchaser Name & Russ Porter) 875 Perimeter Drive Gauss-Johnson bldg. room 124 Moscow, ID 83844-0902
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Recommending an ENG Major Transport/Infrastructure • • • • Aerospace/Aviation Civil Electrical Mechanical Robotics/Manufacturing Biotechnology Environment/Sustainability • Biomedical • Civil • Chemical • Chemical • Electrical • Electrical • Materials • Mechanical • Mechanical • General Semicon/Telecomm • Computer/Software • Computer/Software • Electrical • Electrical • Mechanical • Chemical • Industrial and Systems • Materials • Technology: Man/CENT • Mechanical Web/Code • Computer/Software Aerospace • Aerospace/Aviation • Mechanical/Electrical • Computer/Software 2
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The Post Secondary Education Facilities Inventory and Classification Manual (FICM)  The Post Secondary Education Facilities Inventory and Classification Manual (FICM2) is used across higher education institutions to classify space assuring that summary data will be meaningful and comparable.  “The FICM is a tool that can help institutions initiate, conduct, report, and maintain an institutional space inventory that can provide answers to such basic questions as how much space is available, what kind of space is it, to whom is it assigned and how efficiently is it being used and maintained. The information permits institutions to assess the adequacy of their current space and allows them to begin planning for future space needs.1”  The coding system is used by higher education institutions. 1 The Post Secondary Education Facilities Inventory and Classification Manual (FICM) May 2006 2 The Manual can be accessed online at FICM Manual 5
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g College of Business Minors Advising Manual Page 52 g College of Business Student Clubs and Organizations Advising Manual Page 53 g Frequently Asked Questions Advising Manual Page 54 g Business Buzz/Forward UNR e-mail Advising Manual Page 57 g Career Connections Advising Manual Page 57
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Exercise 4.2 A (Kent Syverud) • Choosing a Sample and Method of Contact Indicate and discuss which of the three methods of contact from the Maxwell Manual you will use to contact your sample. • State the method using terms in the Maxwell Manual here: E-mail and call people • Justify why you have chosen to use this method using information from the Maxwell Weakand justification. Should Manual here: This way, Problem we can2: try include a rationale like: “This method has a Problem 1: Should be only one reach every single person either with phone to the high response rate according method of contact. Also, use orlanguage email.from the Maxwell Manual. This range should be specific • Maxwell Manual. (Ex: “call people” should be “telephone”) satisfactory because the response rate for telephone is 40-75%” (Coplin, 2007, p.49).
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VIEWING THE PAYROLL CERTIFICATION When Certifications are reviewed and responded to in a timely manner, Payroll can make the necessary corrections on the next available payroll. If certifications are disputed prior to the next payroll cutoff date (FA,SM,BW) corrections can be made. When a certification contains an overpayment situation and Payroll is contacted before the direct deposit tape is sent to the bank, the overpaid employee can be removed from the tape before the pay is sent to the bank. Transmission of the direct deposit tape occurs two days before the scheduled payday. If a termination occurs, please inform Payroll immediately. Payroll will accept the “Employment Termination Form” by fax (650-2696) without the appropriate signatures to avoid an overpayment situation. The paper copy of the termination form must follow termination guidelines and acquire all appropriate signatures. A manual check can be prepared and available for the employee on the scheduled payday if partial pay is due. Manual checks are calculated by Payroll and processed by Accounts Payable. Manual checks cannot be deposited into an employee’s checking or savings account. Due to Accounts Payable recon schedule (the last two working days of the month), Manual checks cannot be processed on these days. NOTE: If the employee’s direct deposit is to multiple accounts please inform the employee of the recon schedule dates and the manual check process. 3
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Mechanical, hydraulic and electrical VSDs Above are the four most common VSDs in the industrial sector. Mechanical variable speed control usually uses belt drives, and is controlled by moving conical pulleys manually or with positioning motors. Hydraulic coupling In hydraulic coupling, the turbine principle is used. By changing the volume of oil in the coupling, the speed difference between the driving and driven shafts changes. The oil amount is controlled with pumps and valves. DC drive In the DC drive, a DC converter changes the motor supply voltage fed to the DC motor. In the motor, a mechanical inverter, a commutator, changes direct current to alternating current. AC drive In the frequency converter or AC drive, a standard squirrel cage motor is used, so no mechanical inverters are required. The speed of the motor is regulated by a frequency converter that changes the frequency of the motor voltage, as presented earlier in this guide. The frequency converter itself is controlled with electrical signals. The diagram shows the location of the control equipment for each type of VSD. In mechanical and hydraulic VSDs, the control equipment is located between the motor and the working machine, which makes maintenance very difficult. In electrical VSDs, all control systems are situated in an electrical equipment room and only the driving motor is in the process area. This is just one benefit of electrical VSDs.
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Introduction to NEMS ➢ ➢ ➢ Nano electromechanical systems (NEMS) are nanoscale machines, computers, sensors, actuators, devices and systems with dimensions typically less than 100nm. They represent a combination of semiconductor processing and mechanical engineering on an extremely small scale. To understand what NEMS are, one should first understand what an electromechanical device is: – One of the first known electromechanical systems was built in 1785 by Charles-Augustine de Coulomb to measure electrical charge. – Regardless of the scale of the device, most electromechanical devices contain two principle components: ● ● The mechanical element deflects or vibrates in response to an applied force. There are two types of responses for the mechanical element: – 1) The element can simply deflect from an applied force – 2) The element vibrates naturally and a change in amplitude of oscillation occurs. The transducer converts the mechanical energy to electrical energy or vice versa. In some cases, the transducer just keeps the mechanical element vibrating steadily while its characteristics are monitored. When the system is perturbed, the signals are then measured to determine the size of the applied force.
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Combining Mechanical Power • A hybrid automobile uses a machine that blends – rotary mechanical power from its fuel-burning engine – rotary mechanical power from its electric motors – rotary mechanical power from its wheels • That “transaxle” can transfer mechanical power between any of those devices in either direction!
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