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Collision dynamics

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stahl-electronics 26-Nov-2007

Founded in 2002 as a "startup" company and "spin-off" from the University of Mainz (Germany), we have specialized in high precision electronics, rf electronics and cryo electronics in the field of beam lines and ion traps.

Institute of Nuclear Physics, Natl Center for Scientific Research 'Demokritos' 08-Nov-2007

The Inst. of Nuclear Physics of 'Demokritos' has groups in particle and nuclear physics. Experimental work is carried out in-house (Tandem), at CERN (CMS, CAST), at Pylos (astrophysical neutrino telescopy), and european nuclear physics labs.

University of Lethbridge - Physics Dept 06-Nov-2007

Our department consists of 10 professors and 3 academic assistants, complemented currently by postdoctoral researchers and other research support staff.

Department of Physics University of Strathclyde 01-Nov-2007

A Department strong in both research and teaching, with 300 undergraduate and 70 postgraduate students. We are one of the bigger physics departments in the UK, and one of the largest research departments at Strathclyde.

Manchester Science Enterprise Centre, University of Manchester 21-Sep-2007

Manchester Science Enterprise Centre delivers enterprise education and training to both the academic curriculum and to the wider business community.

CMLabs Simulations 16-Aug-2007

CMLabs’ Vortex SDK provides fast, provably stable physics for simulation. Vortex reproduces rigid bodies, contacts, collisions & other interactions between all objects onscreen in realtime, in 3D, w/ unrivalled realism.

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