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SCANNING OPTICAL MICROSCOPY
Dr. C.J. R. Sheppard
University of OXFORD, Department of engineering Science, United Kingdom


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1jRECENT DEVELOPMENT IN POWER ELECTRONICS
Prof. Richard G. Hoft
University of Missouri-Columbia, U. S. A.
2jMICROPROCESSOR CONTROL FOR ELECTRIC VHEICLE
Dr. Eberhart Reimers
Department of Energy Division of Ocean Energy Technology, U. S. A.


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PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF SYNTETIC MEMBRANES FOR SEA WATER DESALINATION AND
WATER VEUSE

Dr. Wolfgang Pusch
Max-Planck Institute fur Biophysik, West Germany


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NEW LASER DYES IN THE REGION OF NEAR UV AND NEAR IR
Dr. Rderich Raue
Bayer AG in Leverkusen, Head of the Research Department for Cationic Dyestuffs and Optical Brightners, FRG


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TRENDS IN THE NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS
Dr. Joop C. Nagtegaal,
Vice President of Engineering, Marc Analysis Research Corporation, U. S. A.


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RECENT TOPICS ON IMAGE PROCESSING
Prof. Thomas S. Huang
University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign, U. S. A.


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MECHANISM OF TRANSPORT OF SMALL MOLECULES IN POLYMERS
Prof. S. A. Stern
Syracuse University, Department of Chem. Eng. and Material Science, U. S. A.


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1jHETEROJUNCTION LINEUPS \THEORIES AN‚c EXPERIMENTS\
2jQUANTUM MECHANICAL BOUNDARY CONDITIONS AT ABRUPT HETEROJUNCTIONS
Prof. Herbert KROEMER
University of California, Germany


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APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY: CONCEPT AND RELEVANCE
Dr. Varun VIDYARTHI
Research Officer, Appropriate Technology Development Association, India


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