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Engineers Solve 50-Year-Old Puzzle in Signal Processing – Inverse Chirp Z Transformation

Something is happening on your phone, called Fast Fourier Transform. The so-called FFT is a signal processing algorithm that you use more often than you imagine. It is, according to the title of a research paper, an "algorithm that the whole family can use". Alexander Stoytchev – Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University, who is …

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The MIT engineers accidentally create the blackest black material

It is a black that is so dark, some may say, it is blacker than the heart of their ex. © Joe Raedle / Getty Images North America / TNS The Maclaurin Building was shown on February 22, 2006 on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers unveiled the "blackest black" – …

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Engineers Just Unveiled a New Blackest Ever Material, Even Darker Than Vantablack

You might think you know black – even super-black Vantablack, previously the blackest material known to science – but researchers just came up with a material that takes on a new level of blackness. The new, as-yet-unnamed ultra-black material is made from vertically aligned carbon nanotubes (CNTs), microscopic carbon strings that are a little like a fuzzy forest of tiny …

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MIT engineers develop a blackest black to make things disappear

Engineers at MIT have created a material that is so dark that it makes objects like diamonds invisible to the naked eye. It is said that the material or coating is ten times darker than other very black materials. And they did it accidentally. The material consists of carbon nanotubes or (CNTs) – tiny filaments of carbon with a mesh-like …

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Russian nuclear engineers buried after explosion of "Skyfall" | Russia news

Thousands of people attended the funerals of five Russian nuclear engineers who were killed by an explosion as they tested a new rocket engine – a tragedy that sparked radiation and raised questions about a secret weapons program. The engineers were sentenced to rest on Monday in Sarov, Russia's main nuclear research center where they worked. In the city 370 …

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Android Q Engineers AMA Tidbits – Screen Capture & More

With the release of Android Q Beta 5, Google announced to host a Reddit AMA to answer our burning questions about Android Q and almost everything else with Android. This AMA took place this afternoon, and the Android development team provided entertaining and interesting information about Android Q and the topics potentially related to Android R, among others. Screen Capture …

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Android Q (& A): Android engineers introduce us to Android Q.

Enlarge / Android Development: It can be a chaotic process. Google As Ars goes for Google I / O tradition, we recently got together with some people who are doing Android to learn about the operating system directly. In 2019, it was all about Android Q and this year's big technical effort, Project Mainline. The main goal of Mainline is …

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Lockheed Martin engineers at Highlands Ranch celebrate the successful launch of NASA Orion

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colorado – On Tuesday morning, NASA successfully launched a test of the Orion Capsule Demolition System from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Back in Colorado, Lockheed Martin's engineers celebrated building Orion. "It's an important milestone on the program to make sure we can protect our crew safely," said Corey Brooker, senior engineer at Lockheed Martin. Lockheed Martin's …

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Engineers Increase Solar Power Plant Performance by 50%

The concentration of sunlight on tiny spots on the heat-generating membrane exploits an inherent and previously unrecognized non-linear relationship between photothermal heating and vapor pressure. Picture credits: Pratiksha Dongare / Rice University Rice University's solar-powered approach to purifying salt water with sunlight and nanoparticles is even more efficient than the inventors initially believed. Researchers at Rice's Nanophotonics Laboratory (LANP) this …

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