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Etwas in Bewegung - Äther-Physik und -Philosoph...
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Alles ist Illusion. Zweifelsfrei sind nur zwei Sachverhalte: Es muss ein ETWAS existieren und es ist BEWEGUNG gegeben. Auf nur diesen zwei Axiomen basiert dieses Äther-Theorem: einer einzigen realen Substanz, welche in sich schwingend ist. Vielerlei Bewegungsmuster repräsentieren die Erscheinungen, vom Photon, Elektron und Atom bis zu den Sternen und Galaxien, von physikalischen Feldern und Kräften bis zu Mental-Geistigem. Es gibt keine feste Teilchen. Analog zum Schall wandern immer nur die jeweiligen Bewegungs-Strukturen im Äther vorwärts. Es gibt auch keine Masse-Anziehungs-Kräfte, vielmehr driftet z.B. die Erde nur passiv in einem Äther-Whirlpool um die Sonne. Den eindeutigen Beweis liefern z.B. die geostationären Satelliten, die konträr zur gängigen Gesetzen fortwährend umher tanzen. Alles ist aus Einem - diese uralte Weisheit ist konkrete Realität: Der homogene Äther erfüllt lückenlos das Universum und alle Erscheinungen sind nur Bewegung innerhalb dieses Mediums. Die Bewegungsmuster vieler Teilchen, Kräfte und Phänomene werden mit dieser Äther-Physik logisch einleuchtend erklärt. Eine neue Sicht der materiellen wie geistigen Welt eröffnet sich. Vierzig Jahre lang habe ich unterschiedlichste Probleme analysiert und systematisch Lösungen per Computer entwickelt, z.B. als Professor für Betriebswirtschaftliche Informatik. Diese Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten wende ich nun an zur Erklärung physikalischer Phänomene und zur Lösung des Energie-Problems - siehe meine umfangreiche Website www.evert.de.

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Stand: 12.12.2017
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Dancing Satellites - Proof of Aether Existence
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DANCING SATELLITES by Prof.(em) Alfred Evert Gravity makes the apple fall down. That gravity constant commonly is applied on all masses of the universe. However, the calculation only matches if additional 95 % masses are added by fictive Dark Matter and Energy. Already at geostationary satellites, the calculation won´t fit: the earth is able to force satellites into circle track at height of about 42000 km if they are moving by 3 km/s. In reality however, they fly ten times faster through the space and thus show hundredfold stronger inertia. Also the sun can not keep these satellites on the demanded track, because their velocity varies by +/- 10 % every day. Above this, it´s unsolved why satellites for earth observation stagger around the earth at S-shaped tracks and why satellites at polar orbit are eastward drifting continuously. A second problem results of the idea, at the one hand would exist the material and at the other hand the vacuum. Each material particle would dissolve immediately into the surrounding absolute void. It´s not conceivable how previous gravity could affect attracting forces through the nothing of space. At early times one did agree in the existence of ´light-aether´ of high density, so transport by light speed would be possible. However now it was not clear, how e.g. the solid earth could move through that ´thick soup´. So one appreciated when Einstein ´eliminated´ the aether. However one still ignores, Einstein stated the necessity of the existence of an aether in later years quite clearly. The (absolute new) solution of that dilemma is simple: really existing is only one unique substance and all other appearances are each special motion pattern of aether within the aether. So no ´solid bodies´ are flying through the space, but only the motion pattern are shifted some forward within the aether - nearby analogue to the sound (where also only the motion pattern of compression / decompression is flying through the air). This aether is omnipresent and builds a gapless unity universe wide. Around the celestial bodies exist ´aether-whirlpools´ - and the geostationary satellites are drifting within and the satellites at (nearby) polar orbit really are ´gone with the aether-winds´. These phenomena and their logic plausible explanations are discussed at that book about Dancing Satellites. Vierzig Jahre lang habe ich unterschiedlichste Probleme analysiert und systematisch Lösungen per Computer entwickelt, z.B. als Professor für Betriebswirtschaftliche Informatik. Diese Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten wende ich nun an zur Erklärung physikalischer Phänomene und zur Lösung des Energie-Problems - siehe meine umfangreiche Website www.evert.de.

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Das Tanzen der Satelliten - Beweis für die Exis...
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Das TANZEN der SATELLITEN von Prof.(em) Alfred Evert Der Apfel fällt vom Baum aufgrund Schwerkraft. Diese wird als konstanter Wert angewandt auf alle Massen des Universums. Die Rechnung geht aber nur auf, wenn noch einmal 95% fiktive Dunkle Materie und Energie hinzu gedacht werden. Schon bei geostationären Satelliten ist die Rechnung nicht stimmig: die Erde soll diese in eine Kreisbahn zwingen in 42000 km Höhe, wenn sie sich dort mit 3 km/s bewegen. Tatsächlich fliegen sie zehn Mal schneller im Raum und weisen damit eine hundertfach größere Trägheit auf. Auch die Sonne kann diese Satelliten nicht auf der erforderlichen Bahn halten, weil deren Geschwindigkeit täglich um +/- 10 % variiert. Darüber hinaus ist ungeklärt, warum Satelliten zur Erdbeobachtung auf S-förmiger Bahn um die Erde schlingern und Satelliten auf polarem Orbit fortwährend nach Osten abgetrieben werden. Eine zweite Problematik ergibt die Vorstellungen, es gäbe einerseits die Materie und andererseits das Vakuum. Jedes materielle Teilchen würde sich augenblicklich auflösen in die umgebende totale Leere. Es ist nicht vorstellbar, wie obige Gravitation als Fernwirkung anziehende Kräfte durch das Nichts hindurch sollte bewirken können. Es ist noch nicht einmal denkbar, wie sich das Licht in der Leere sollte fortpflanzen können. Früher war man sich einig, dass es einen ´Licht-Äther´ geben müsse von sehr hoher Dichte, um einen Transport mit Lichtgeschwindigkeit zu ermöglichen. Dann aber war nicht vorstellbar, wie sich unsere feste Erde durch diese ´dicke Suppe´ sollte hindurch bewegen können. Man war Einstein dankbar, als er den Äther ´eliminierte´. Aber man ignoriert, dass er in späten Jahren die Existenz des Äthers absolut notwendig bezeichnete. Die Lösung dieses Dilemmas ist einfach: es gibt real nur eine einzige Substanz und alle anderen Erscheinungen sind spezielle Bewegungsmuster von Äther im Äther. Es fliegt also keine ´feste Materie´ durch den Raum. Es wird im Äther nur das jeweilige Bewegungsmuster vorwärts verlagert - nahezu analog zum Schall (wo auch nur das Muster von Kompression / Dekompression durch die Luft fliegt). Vierzig Jahre lang habe ich unterschiedlichste Probleme analysiert und systematisch Lösungen per Computer entwickelt, z.B. als Professor für Betriebswirtschaftliche Informatik. Diese Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten wende ich nun an zur Erklärung physikalischer Phänomene und zur Lösung des Energie-Problems - siehe meine umfangreiche Website www.evert.de.

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An Introduction to Quantum Physics - A First Co...
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This modern textbook offers an introduction to Quantum Mechanics as a theory that underlies the world around us, from atoms and molecules to materials, lasers, and other applications. The main features of the book are: Emphasis on the key principles with minimal mathematical formalism Demystifying discussions of the basic features of quantum systems, using dimensional analysis and order-of-magnitude estimates to develop intuition Comprehensive overview of the key concepts of quantum chemistry and the electronic structure of solids Extensive discussion of the basic processes and applications of light-matter interactions Online supplement with advanced theory, multiple-choice quizzes, etc. Stefanos Trachanas is an educator, author, and publisher. For over 35 years he has taught most of the core undergraduate courses at the Physics Department of the University of Crete. His books on quantum mechanics and differential equations are used as primary textbooks in most Greek University Departments of Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, and Engineering. He is a cofounder of Crete University Press, which he led as Director from 1984 until his retirement in 2013. His awards include an honorary doctorate from the University of Crete, the Xanthopoulos-Pnevmatikos national award for excellence in academic teaching, and the Knight Commander of the Order of Phoenix, bestowed by the President of Greece. Manolis Antonoyiannakis is an Associate Editor and Bibliostatistics Analyst at the American Physical Society. He is also an Adjunct Associate Research Scientist at the Department of Applied Physics & Applied Mathematics at Columbia University, USA. He received his Masters degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, and his PhD from Imperial College London, UK. His editorial experience in the Physical Review journals stimulated his interest in statistical, sociological, and historical aspects of peer review, but also in scientometrics and information science. He is currently developing data science tools to analyze scientific publishing and enhance research assessment. Leonidas Tsetseris is an Associate Professor at the School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences of the National Technical University of Athens, Greece. He obtained his Masters and PhD degrees in physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. His research expertise is on computational condensed matter physics and materials science, particularly quantum-mechanical studies on emerging materials. He has taught a variety of university physics courses, including classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and solid state physics.

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An Introduction to Quantum Physics - A First Co...
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This modern textbook offers an introduction to Quantum Mechanics as a theory that underlies the world around us, from atoms and molecules to materials, lasers, and other applications. The main features of the book are: Emphasis on the key principles with minimal mathematical formalism Demystifying discussions of the basic features of quantum systems, using dimensional analysis and order-of-magnitude estimates to develop intuition Comprehensive overview of the key concepts of quantum chemistry and the electronic structure of solids Extensive discussion of the basic processes and applications of light-matter interactions Online supplement with advanced theory, multiple-choice quizzes, etc. Stefanos Trachanas is an educator, author, and publisher. For over 35 years he has taught most of the core undergraduate courses at the Physics Department of the University of Crete. His books on quantum mechanics and differential equations are used as primary textbooks in most Greek University Departments of Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, and Engineering. He is a cofounder of Crete University Press, which he led as Director from 1984 until his retirement in 2013. His awards include an honorary doctorate from the University of Crete, the Xanthopoulos-Pnevmatikos national award for excellence in academic teaching, and the Knight Commander of the Order of Phoenix, bestowed by the President of Greece. Manolis Antonoyiannakis is an Associate Editor and Bibliostatistics Analyst at the American Physical Society. He is also an Adjunct Associate Research Scientist at the Department of Applied Physics & Applied Mathematics at Columbia University, USA. He received his Masters degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, and his PhD from Imperial College London, UK. His editorial experience in the Physical Review journals stimulated his interest in statistical, sociological, and historical aspects of peer review, but also in scientometrics and information science. He is currently developing data science tools to analyze scientific publishing and enhance research assessment. Leonidas Tsetseris is an Associate Professor at the School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences of the National Technical University of Athens, Greece. He obtained his Masters and PhD degrees in physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. His research expertise is on computational condensed matter physics and materials science, particularly quantum-mechanical studies on emerging materials. He has taught a variety of university physics courses, including classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and solid state physics.

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Emerging Electromagnetic Technologies for Brain...
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This book highlights one of the most recent advances in the field of microwave imaging. The framework presented offers an innovative and effective way to address the difficulties that arise in microwave imaging, namely the non-linearity and the ill-posedness of the underlying inverse problem. The book provides a comprehensive treatment of this new topic as well as an extensive discussion of the results achieved to date. Featuring both figures and concrete examples, the book equips readers for the practical implementation of these new concepts and the relevant inversion tools. The book also covers remaining challenges, as well as the prospects of using Virtual Experiments as a tool to address other classes of inverse problems relevant to imaging and diagnostic applications such as ultrasound, elastography, and seismic waves. The book will be of interest to electrical engineers, applied physicists, and applied mathematicians working on microwave imaging applications. Further, it will be of use to graduate students and researchers working on topics related to inverse problems in wave physics such as microwaves, radio frequencies, ultrasounds, and seismic and elastic waves. Lorenzo Crocco received his Laurea degree (summa cum laude) in Electronic Engineering and his Ph.D. degree in Applied Electromagnetics from the University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy, in 1995 and 2000 respectively. In 2001, he joined the Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment, National Research Council of Italy (IREA-CNR), Naples, Italy, where he is currently Senior Researcher (since 2010). In 2009-2011, he was an Adjunct Professor with Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, Italy, where he is currently a Member of the Board of Ph.D. advisers. In 2014, he was habilitated Professor of Electromagnetic Fields, by the Italian Ministry of Research and University. Since 2013, he has been a lecturer for the European School of Antennas (ESOA). Currently, he is a member of the Management Committee of the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Action TD1301 on microwave medical imaging. His scientific interests are focused on the development of new methodologies and modelling tools for non-invasive electromagnetic diagnostics, subsurface imaging via ground penetrating, borehole and airborne radars, microwave imaging for medical diagnostics, possibly exploiting contrast agents, as well as on the synthesis of optimal exposure systems for therapeutic uses of electromagnetic fields. With respect to these topics, he has authored or co-authored more than 70 papers in peer reviewed international journals and has been principal investigator or team coordinator for CNR-IREA in several research projects, as well as guest editor of special issues in international peer-reviewed journals. He has co-chaired the IV International Workshop on Advanced Ground Penetrating Radar and the International Conference on GPR in 2012. Moreover, he has convened and organised special sessions and workshops at international conferences (PIERS, IGARSS, EuCAP, EuMW). Dr. Crocco is a Fellow of The Electromagnetics Academy (TEA). He was the recipient of the Barzilai Award for Young Scientists from the Italian Electromagnetic Society (2004) and Young Scientist Awardee at the XXVIII URSI General Assembly (2005). In 2009, he was awarded one of the top young (under 40) scientists of CNR. ?rene S. Karanasiou was born in Athens, Greece. She received her Diploma and her Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Athens, in 1999 and 2003, respectively. Since 1999, she has been a Researcher with the Microwave and Fiber Optics Laboratory (MFOL), NTUA and recently she was elected Associate Professor at the Hellenic Military University. She has authored or co-authored more than 140 papers in refereed international journals and conference proceedings. She was the Member of the organising and technical committees of more than 20 International Conferences including IEEE conferences. She has participated in more than 24 funded National and European research projects. Her current research interests include biomedical imaging techniques, medical informatics, bio-electromagnetism, and applications of microwaves in therapy and diagnosis. She is also working in the field of Electroencephalography (EEG), Evoked Potentials (ERPs) and Computational Neuroscience, Functional Brain Imaging (fMRI) and recently

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Coherent Structures in Granular Crystals - From...
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This book summarizes a number of fundamental developments at the interface of granular crystals and the mathematical and computational analysis of some of their key localized nonlinear wave solutions. The subject presents a blend of the appeal of granular crystals as a prototypical engineering tested for a variety of diverse applications, the novelty in the nonlinear physics of its coherent structures, and the tractability of a series of mathematical and computational techniques to analyse them. While the focus is on principal one-dimensional solutions such as shock waves, traveling waves, and discrete breathers, numerous extensions of the discussed patterns, e.g., in two dimensions, chains with defects, heterogeneous settings, and other recent developments are discussed. The emphasis on the subject was motivated by models in condensed matter physics, ferroelectrics, high energy physics, and statistical mechanics, leading to developments in mathematical analysis, numerical computation and insights on the physical aspects of the model. The book appeals to researchers in the field, as well as for graduate and advanced undergraduate students. It will be of interest to mathematicians, physicists and engineers alike. hristopher Chong graduated (summa cum laude) from the University of New Hampshire in 2004 with an interdisciplinary BSc in Mathematics and Computer Science. He received his MSc in Applied Mathematics from San Diego State University in 2006. After being awarded a three graduate research stipend, he completed his PhD in Mathematics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany in 2009 under the supervision of Guido Schneider. He was awarded a German Science Foundation (DFG) post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Stuttgart for the academic year 2009 - 2011. He was a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst from 2011-2013. While there, he was awarded a Simons/AMS travel award for junior mathematicians. In 2014-2015 he was a post-doc at the ETH, Zurich in the Department of Mechanical and Processes Engineering. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department at Bowdoin College. Chong is currently supported by an NSF award (standard grant). Panayotis Kevrekidis earned his B.Sc. Degree from the Department of Physics of the University of Athens in 1996 graduating first in a class of about 300 with a GPA of 9.06/10.0. He subsequently joined the Physics Department of Rutgers University from where he earned a M.S. (1998), an M.Phil. (2000) and a Ph.D. (2000) in Physics working under the supervision of Profs. J.L. Lebowitz (Mathematics and Physics) and P.G. Georgopoulos (Environmental Science). His Ph.D. Thesis was entitled ``Lattice Dynamics of Solitary Wave Excitations. He then assumed a post-doctoral research post for a year split between the Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics of Princeton University (10/2000-02/2001) and the Theoretical Division and the Center for NonLinear Studies of the Los Alamos National Laboratory (03/2001-08/2001). From September 2001, he joined the Faculty ranks of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Massachusetts (UMass), Amherst, as an Assistant Professor. He was awarded tenure and was promoted to Associate Professor in June 2005. Between September 2010 and September 2015, he was a Full Professor at UMass, Amherst and since then he holds a Distinguished University Professorship. Kevrekidis has received numerous awards and distinctions for his work during his time at UMass. These include, among others, a CAREER award in Applied Mathematics from the U.S. NSF (in 2003), a Humboldt Research Fellowship from the Humboldt Foundation and an Outstanding Paper Prize from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), the 2008 International Stephanos Pnevmatikos Award for research in Nonlinear Phenomena, the 2013 J.D. Crawford Prize of the Activity Group on Dynamical Systems of SIAM, and the A.F. Pallas award from the Academy of Athens (2013). He was recently (2014-2015) the Stanislaw M. Ulam Scholar at the Center for Nonlinear Studies in the Los Alamos National Laboratory and the same year he was elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society (2014). In 2015 he was awarded the Bessel Prize from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, in 2016 he received the inaugural Brooke Benjamin Prize in Nonlinear Waves, as well as a Greek Diaspora

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Hyperbolic Conservation Laws in Continuum Physics
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This is a masterly exposition and an encyclopedic presentation of the theory of hyperbolic conservation laws. It illustrates the essential role of continuum thermodynamics in providing motivation and direction for the development of the mathematical theory while also serving as the principal source of applications. The reader is expected to have a certain mathematical sophistication and to be familiar with (at least) the rudiments of analysis and the qualitative theory of partial differential equations, whereas prior exposure to continuum physics is not required. The target group of readers would consist of (a) experts in the mathematical theory of hyperbolic systems of conservation laws who wish to learn about the connection with classical physics; (b) specialists in continuum mechanics who may need analytical tools; (c) experts in numerical analysis who wish to learn the underlying mathematical theory; and (d) analysts and graduate students who seek introduction to the theory of hyperbolic systems of conservation laws. This new edition places increased emphasis on hyperbolic systems of balance laws with dissipative source, modeling relaxation phenomena. It also presents an account of recent developments on the Euler equations of compressible gas dynamics. Furthermore, the presentation of a number of topics in the previous edition has been revised, expanded and brought up to date, and has been enriched with new applications to elasticity and differential geometry. The bibliography, also expanded and updated, now comprises close to two thousand titles. From the reviews of the 3rd edition: This is the third edition of the famous book by C.M. Dafermos. His masterly written book is, surely, the most complete exposition in the subject. Evgeniy Panov, Zentralblatt MATH A monumental book encompassing all aspects of the mathematical theory of hyperbolic conservation laws, widely recognized as the Bible on the subject. Philippe G. LeFloch, Math. Reviews Professor Dafermos received a Diploma in Civil Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (1964) and a Ph.D. in Mechanics from the Johns Hopkins University (1967). He has served as Assistant Professor at Cornell University (1968-1971),and as Associate Professor (1971-1975) and Professor (1975- present) in the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University. In addition, Professor Dafermos has served as Director of the Lefschetz Center of Dynamical Systems (1988-1993, 2006-2007), as Chairman of the Society for Natural Philosophy (1977-1978) and as Secretary of the International Society for the Interaction of Mathematics and Mechanics. Since 1984, he has been the Alumni-Alumnae University Professor at Brown. In addition to several honorary degrees, he has received the SIAM W.T. and Idalia Reid Prize (2000), the Cataldo e Angiola Agostinelli Prize of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (2011), the Galileo Medal of the City of Padua (2012), and the Prize of the International Society for the Interaction of Mechanics and Mathematics (2014). He was elected a Fellow of SIAM (2009) and a Fellow of the AMS (2013). In 2016 he received the Wiener Prize, awarded jointly by the American Mathematical Society (AMS) and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM).

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Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XXV
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Current developments in air pollution modelling are explored as a series of contributions from researchers at the forefront of their field. This newest contribution on air pollution modelling and its application is focused on local, urban, regional and intercontinental modelling; long term modelling and trend analysis; data assimilation and air quality forecasting; model assessment and evaluation; aerosol transformation. Additionally, this work also examines the relationship between air quality and human health and the effects of climate change on air quality. This Work is a collection of selected papers presented at the 35th International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modeling and its Application, held in Chania (Crete), Greece, Oct 3-7, 2016. The book is intended as reference material for students and professors interested in air pollution modelling at the graduate level as well as researchers and professionals involved in developing and utilizing air pollution models. Dr Clemens Mensink is head of the environmental modelling unit at VITO in Belgium. The unit employs 85 researchers, ICT professionals and technicians. It develops, improves and implements methodologies and computer models to estimate the impact of human activities on air, water and soil quality in a spatial context. Clemens received his PhD (1992) and a post graduate degree (1988) in fluid dynamics from the Von Karman Institute in Belgium. He studied chemical engineering, fluid mechanics and numerical mathematics, and received his MSc (1987) in mechanical engineering from University of Twente in the Netherlands. In 1998 he received the ENERO prize. Clemens is currently president of the International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modelling and its Applications. He is an expert in air pollution modelling and author of more than 80 peer-reviewed publications in international journals. He is lecturing air pollution modelling at Ghent University (postgraduate studies in weather and climate modelling) and University of Hasselt. Professor Dr George Kallos received his BSc (1975) and MSc (1977) from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, the oldest Greek University. He is now Director of the Division of Environmental Physics - Meteorology, Department of Physics. He also received an MSc (1983) and PhD (1985) from Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. He is Adjunct Professor at University of Connecticut since 2013. He is working in atmospheric dynamics, atmospheric and sea state modeling. Particular work is devoted to desert dust modeling as well as fully coupled meteorological-air pollution modeling systems. He has published 135 peer-reviewed publications and participated in more than 250 conferences (invited 70 times). He wrote 11 book chapters. He served and still serves as Associated Editor to a number of scientific journals. He has received the IUAPPA Award on 2004 for his work related to Long Range Transport and Transformation of Air Pollutants in the Mediterranean. George Kallos has guided 11 PhD students (now he has 5 new students). He has organized 12 conferences including the 18 th and 35 th ITM conferences.

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Digital Imaging Primer
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Digital Imaging targets anyone with an interest in digital imaging, professional or private, who uses even quite modest equipment such as a PC, digital camera and scanner, a graphics editor such as PAINT, and an inkjet printer. Uniquely, it is intended to fill the gap between the highly technical texts for academics (with access to expensive equipment), and the superficial introductions for amateurs. The four-part treatment spans theory, technology, programs and practice. Theory covers integer arithmetic, additive and subtractive color, greyscales, computational geometry, and a new presentation of discrete Fourier analysis; Technology considers bitmap file structures, scanners, digital cameras, graphic editors, and inkjet printers; Programs develops several processing tools for use in conjunction with a standard Paint graphics editor and supplementary processing tools; Practice discusses 1-bit, greyscale, 4-bit, 8-bit, and 24-bit images for the practice section. Relevant QBASIC code is supplied an accompanying CD and algorithms are listed in the appendix. Readers can attain a level of understanding and the practical insights to obtain optimal use and satisfaction from even the most basic digital-imaging equipment. Alan George Parkin Born 1934, Kings Lynn, Norfolk. Educated Stamford School, Lincs, and Peterhouse, Cambridge. BA Moral Sciences Tripos 1958. First prize, Sanderson Centenary competition for wallpaper and textile design, 1958. Italian Government travel scholarship, 1958-9 Production Editor, Architects Journal, London, 1959-60 Student, Alan Davies painting classes, Central School of Art, London, 1960 Assistant to F H K Henrion, Henrion Design Associates, London, 1961-1970. Corporate image for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, BEA British European Airways, Blue Circle cement, Tate and Lyle sugar, etc. Co-author with FHK Henrion, Design Coordination and Corporate Image (Studio Vista/Reinhold 1967). Private studies in computer graphics, NCR-ELLiott Computer Workshops, London, 1966-8. Exhibitor, Cybernetic Serendipity, ICA, London, 1968. Post-graduate tutor, Central School of Art, London, 1969-70. Programmer, Doxiadis Associates Computer Centre, Athens, 1971-2. Algol and Fortran programs for mapping, typesetting, and computer graphics. Systems analyst, Computer Techniques International, Athens, 1972-83. Commercial data processing systems for Credit Bank, Titan Cement, Citibank Middle East and North Africa, Kuwait Finance House, Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait, etc. Director and systems architect, Computer Techniques International, subsequently Template Health Systems, London, 1983-present. Semi-retired since 1999. Married, two children. Lives in London and Isle of Hydra, Greece

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