Table of Contents
|ID AND VERIFICATION TECHNOLOGIES: Introduction||1-4|
|Ongoing Challenges in Face Recognition||5-14|
|Designing Biometric Evaluations and Challenge Problems for Face-Recognition Systems||15-22|
|Large-Scale Activity-Recognition Systems||23-32|
|ENGINEERING FOR DEVELOPING COMMUNITIES: Introduction||33-36|
|Challenges in the Implementation of Appropriate Technology Projects: The Case of the DISACARE Wheelchair Center in Zambia||37-44|
|Engineering Inputs to the CDC Safe Water System Program||45-52|
|Sustainable Development Through the Principles of Green Engineering||53-58|
|Science and Engineering Research That Values the Planet||59-68|
|ENGINEERING COMPLEX SYSTEMS: Introduction||69-74|
|Complex Networks: Ubiquity, Importance, and Implications||75-82|
|The Promise of Synthetic Biology||83-88|
|Population Dynamics of Human Language: A Complex System||89-98|
|Agent-Based Modeling as a Decision-Making Tool||99-108|
|ENERGY RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE: Introduction||109-112|
|Organic Semiconductors for Low-Cost Solar Cells||119-130|
|Research and Development at the U.S. Department of Energy on Hydrogen Production and Storage||131-142|
|Fuel Cells: Current Status and Future Challenges||143-152|
|DINNER SPEECH: Engineering for a New World||153-166|
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