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Fraunhofer

(German ˈfraunhoːfər)
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(Biography) Joseph von (ˈjoːzɛf fɔn). 1787–1826, German physicist and optician, who investigated spectra of the sun, planets, and fixed stars, and improved telescopes and other optical instruments
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Contractor name : BEWERBERGEMEINSCHAFT TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITT KAISERSLAUTERN FACHBEREICH INGENIEURSWESEN FRAUENHOFER INSTITUT FR SOLARE ENERGIESYSTEME ISE FREIBURG
The world record was officially confirmed by the Frauenhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE in Freiburg.
Omni also worked with Frauenhofer USA, a subsidiary of a German research and development firm, which was associated locally with Boston University, to manufacture products that grew tobacco for use in H1N1 flu vaccines.
The game accomplishes these goals in its story mode through a mixture of both constant choice-based branching and a deeper, more procedural systems-based approach," said Michael Frauenhofer, project lead for "One Way Trip," over at the (http://blog.
The facility envisioned by TopbaE- and Schuster will attempt to bring researchers from the two countries together, with officials from Germany's Max Planck Institute, Frauenhofer Institute, Mercedes and Bosch participating with Turkey's Koc University, Boy-azici University, TofaE- and Mercedes Turkey.
dk, Frauenhofer IWES and Red Electrica de Espana, and is being used as a demonstration platform within the scope of the TWENTIES project, financed by FP7.
Doug Brengel and Bill Frauenhofer would join UBS AG's technology banking team.
The government has been launching a strategy to develop the sector, in particular by promoting co-operation between firms and the R&D sector (for example, it launched specific R&D co-operation programmes with the US Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the German Frauenhofer Institute).
But one has to be aware that the bulk of research in France and in Germany is performed not by universities but by specialised research centres; one can mention the Institut Pasteur and CNRS in France or the Max Planck and Frauenhofer Institutes in Germany.
Frauenhofer study on energy efficiency in production (2009) http://www.
A substantial group of organizations, such as Battelle, Forrester Research and the Frauenhofer Institutes, provide services, information and tools to help other firms innovate.
The Frauenhofer Institute for Traffic Infrastructure Systems Dresden, Germany, has recently begun testing a prototype of its AutoTram mass transit system.