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    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.17, No.4 (Spring 1983): Solar and Fuel Cells in Our Energy Future 

      Lewis, Aaron; Cocchetto, Joseph F.; Price, David (Internet-First University Press, 1983)
      IN THIS ISSUE: A Solar Cell Based on a Biological System /2 (A pigment produced by bacteria may have commercial usefulness in solar cells that could convert water to hydrogen and oxygen. Early experimental work is described ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.18, No.1/2 (Spring 1983): Discovery of the Submicron Domain 

      Wolf, Edward D.; Rettig, Hillary; Rodriguez, Ferdinand; Isaacson, Michael S.; Siegel, Benjamin M.; Lewis, Aaron; Ashcroft, Neil W.; Richardson, Robert C. (Internet-First University Press, 1983)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Discovery in a New Domain: Research at the National Submicron Facility /2 Edward D. Wolf ... A Walking Tour of Knight Laboratory /7 Hillary Rettig ... Using the Submicron Facility: A Unique Opportunity for ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.18, No.3 (Spring 1983-84): Key to New Technologies 

      Everhart, Thomas E.; Krusius, J. Peter; Frey, Jeffrey; Wolf, Edward D.; Adesida, Ilesanmi; Eastman, Lester F.; Sonek, Gregory J.; Ballantyne, Joseph M.; Buhrman, Robert A. (Internet-First University Press, 1983)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Submicron Structures: A Microcosm of Modern Engineering /2 Thomas E. Everhart ... Ultrasmall Features: Key to the Future Development of VLSI Technology /7 J. Peter Krusius ... Small-Scale Physics for Large-Scale ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.18, No.4 (Spring 1984): Special Programs for Students 

      Everhart, Thomas E.; Orloff, Neil; Moore, Harriet L.; Bolgiano, Ralph, Jr.; Hudson, Ronald; Simmons, Ron; Belina, John (Internet-First University Press, 1984)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Commentary: On the Making of Professionals -- 1. The Province of Engineers /2 Thomas E. Everhart ... 2. Learning the Skills of Judgment /5 Neil Orloff ... Students on the Job in the Co-op Program /9 Harriet ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.19, No.1 (Summer 1984): The Power of Optics for Technology 

      Tang, C. L.; Cool, Terrill A.; Pollock, Clifford R.; Wolga, George J. (Internet-First University Press, 1984)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Femtosecond Lasers: Key to the Measurement of Ultrafast Processes in Semiconductors and Molecules /2 (According to C. L. Tang, Cornell professor of electrical engineering, faster electronic devices are among ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.19, No.2/3 (Autumn 1984): Geology at Cornell on the Move 

      Rhodes, Frank H. T.; Turcotte, Donald F.; Brice, William R.; Oliver, Jack; Brown, Larry; Isacks, Bryan L.; Karig, Daniel E.; Bassett, William A.; Bird, John M.; Weathers, Maura S.; Kay, Robert W.; Kay, Suzanne Mahlburg; Bloom, Arthur L.; Cisne, John L.; Bird, John M. (Internet-First University Press, 1984)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Section I. Geology and the Cornell Department: The Ascendency of the Geological Sciences /2 Frank H. T. Rhodes ... Snee Hall: Bigy Beautiful, Friendly, Functional /5 ... Engineering and the Geological Sciences ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.19, No.4 (Winter 1984-85): The Centennial of Electrical Engineering 

      Linke, Simpson; Ballantyne, Joseph M.; Nation, John A. (Internet-First University Press, 1984)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Celebrating a Centennial: Cornell Engineers to Convene at Symposia in Six Cities /2 (The centenary of electrical engineering at Cornell is observed this spring.) ... The Electric Connection: A Century of ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.20, No.1 (Summer 1985): Building for a New Era 

      Streett, William B.; Parsons, Kermit C.; Smith, Julian C.; Orloff, Neil (Internet-First University Press, 1985)
      IN THIS ISSUE: To the Year 2000 and Beyond: A Comprehensive Plan for Engineering at Cornell /2 (A new building and extensive renovations are anticipated by a faculty planning committee working with Dean William B. Streett.) ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.20, No.2 (Autumn 1985): Twenty Years of Computer Science at Cornell 

      Gries, David; Teitelbaum, Tim; Reps, Thomas; Schneider, Fred B.; Babaoglu, Ozalp; Birman, Kenneth P.; Toueg, Sam; Krafft, Dean B.; Solworth, Jon A.; Duke, Diane; Fish, Michele (Internet-First University Press, 1985)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Twenty Years of Computer Science at Cornell /2 David Gries ... Immediate Computation or How to Keep a Personal Computer Busy /12 Tim Teitelbaum and Thomas Reps ... Reaching Agreement: A Fundamental Task Even ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.20, No.3 (Winter 1986): Chaos and Physical Systems 

      Moon, Francis C.; Holmes, Philip; Hubbard, John H.; Leibovich, Sidney; Lumley, John L.; Guckenheimer, John (Internet-First University Press, 1986)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Fractals and Chaos: New Concepts in Mechanics I/2 Francis C. Moon ... Clear Air Turbulence (poem) /12 Philip Holmes ... Chaotic Dynamics /13 Philip Holmes ... Order in Chaos /20 John H. Hubbard ... Complex ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.20, No.4 (Spring 1986): Using X-Rays from Cornell's Synchrotron 

      Batterman, Boris W.; Bilderback, Donald; Mills, Dennis M.; Bedzyk, Michael J.; Volz, Karl W.; Schildkamp, Wilfried; Moffat, Keith; Arnold, Edward (Internet-First University Press, 1986)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Making Good Use of Synchrotron Radiation: The Role of CHESS at Cornell and as a National Facility /3 Boris W. Batterman ... X-Ray Optics: A Vital Aspect of Work with Synchrotron Radiation /14 Donald H. ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.20, No.5 (Summer 1986): The High-Energy Synchrotron Source 

      McConkey, Gladys (Internet-First University Press, 1986)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Focus on CHESS: The Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (Editorial) /2 (Information about an important national laboratory at the University is given in this special issue of the Quarterly, prepared as a ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.21, No.1 (Autumn 1986): Looking Toward the East 

      Frey, Jeffrey; Tang, Chung; Kim, Myungwhan; Thomas, L. Joseph; White, Richard N. (Internet-First University Press, 1986)
      IN THIS ISSUE: The Not-So-Far East: Three Cornell Electrical Engineering Professors Discuss Technology in Japan and Korea /2 (Jeffrey Frey, Chung Tang, and Myungwhan Kim are interviewed by the editor of the Quarterly.) ... ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.21, No.2 (Winter 1986-87): Keeping on Top of Undergraduate Education 

      Strausser, Michael W.; Strausser, Pamela G. (Internet-First University Press, 1986)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Time for an Update: The Focus on Engineering Education Nationally and at Cornell /2 (Improvement of facilities for undergraduate laboratories is part of a major effort at the College of Engineering.) ... ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.21, No.3 (Spring 1987): Research in Earthquake Engineering 

      Gergely, Peter; O'Rourke, Thomas D.; Grigoriu, Mircea D.; White, Richard N.; Abel, John F.; McGuire, William; Stewart, Harry E (Internet-First University Press, 1987)
      IN THIS ISSUE: The New National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research /2 (Cornell's Peter Gergely, a co-principal investigator in the center's program, discusses the research and Cornell's part in it. Gergely is ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.21, No.4 (Summer 1987): Projects and Prospects for M.Eng. Students 

      Cady, K. Bingham (Internet-First University Press, 1987)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Educating Masters of the Engineering Profession /2 (Cornell's professional Master of Engineering degrees are discussed by Professor and Associate Dean K. Bingham Cady, who has just completed a term as director ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.22, No.2 (Winter 1987-88): Pioneering in Plasma Studies 

      Lovelace, Richard V. E.; Wharton, Charles B.; Fleischmann, Hans H.; Kusse, Bruce R. (Internet-First University Press, 1987)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Pioneering in Plasma Studies is the second of a two-part series on Cornell research in plasmas. The Autumn 1987 issue featured articles by seven members of the faculty. This Winter 1987-88 issue comprises a ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.22, No.3 (Spring 1988): Nanofabrication: Where Smaller is Better 

      Wolf, Edward D.; Tiberio, Richard C.; Phillips, James R.; Mayer, James W.; Ast, Dieter G.; Shealy, J. Richard; Tasker, Paul J.; Eastman, Lester F.; Hoch, Harvey C.; Staples, Richard C. (Internet-First University Press, 1988)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Ten Years Old and Going Strong: A Commemoration of a Decade of Research at Cornells National Nanofabrication Facility /2 Edward D. Wolf ... Fabricating Transistors in the Nanometer Domain /8 Richard C. Tiberio ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.22, No.4 (Summer 1988): The Chemical Engineering School: 50 Years Old and Going Strong 

      Smith, Julian C.; Gubbins, Keith E.; Scheele, George F.; Anton, Brad; Gubbins, Keith E.; Panagiotopoulos, Athanassios Z.; Cohen, Claude; Koch, Donald L.; Shuler, Michael L. (Internet-First University Press, 1988)
      IN THIS ISSUE: The First Fifty Years of Cornell's School of Chemical Engineering /2 Julian C. Smith ... Strong and Looking Ahead: The School of Chemical Engineering Today /10 Keith E. Gubbins and George F. Scheele ... ...
    • Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.23, No.1 (Autumn 1988): A New Thrust in Electronics Research 

      Shealy, J. Richard; Krusius, J. Peter; Al-Omar, Abdul-Azeez; Weinzierl, Steven R.; Luk, Franklin T.; Schimmel, David E.; Torng, H. C.; Tang, C. L.; Bilardi, Gianfranco; Pollock, Clifford R. (Internet-First University Press, 1988)
      IN THIS ISSUE: Cornell and JSEP: A New Thrust in a Major Program of Electronics Research /2 ... Growing Crystalline Layers for New High-Speed Electron Devices /4 J. Richard Shealy ... Supercomputer Simulation for Understanding ...