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Article: 2075
Subject: Re: Workview Pro-series doesn't work with windows 95.
From: chan_isd@ix.netcom.com (Scott Evans)
Date: 11 Oct 1995 04:36:51 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
In Viewlogic's defense, I think if you simply asked them, they would have told 
you it does not work with Win95.  At least that was the case with us.  There 
are enough other reasons to complain about them, I don't think we need to bash 
them about this issue.

In article <aa7cb$f3220.137@sj-rsrch.demon.co.uk>,
   steve@sj.co.uk (Steve Wiseman) wrote:
>In article <45brb1$plq@fnnews.fnal.gov>, husby@fnal.gov says...
>>
>>Apparently still not the types to jump on a bandwagon too soon, View Logic 
>>will not be releasing a windows-95 compatible version of the pro-series till 
>>at least December.
>>
>>Unfortunately, I learned about this the hard way. 
>
>Yes, us too. Is there a Viewlogic Users Group out there, so we don't _all_ 
have 
>to find things out the hard way? It's not as if the documentation's getting 
>better, either....
>  (Proseries does work under '95 and NT, except for PROSIM, the only tool to 
use 
>Win32S. Aargh! So close, yet so, so far.... You'll need much patience, some 
mad 
>dongle-redirecting code, and some more patience. _How_ can it take ProCapture 
3 
>seconds to ask the dongle each time I load a new component? (On a twin P90, 
>running NT 3.51 with 32M Ram)
>  Roll on Workview Office, or is it just going to have all the 'features' 
that 
>make each day such a joy (ahem...)?
>
>  Steve, speaking for Steve, not SJ Research.
>
>


Article: 2076
Subject: Re: Help - Searching an PLD/FPGA Selection Software
From: trev@ss11.wg.icl.co.uk (Trevor Hall)
Date: 11 Oct 1995 05:55:31 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
beltle@augusta.de writes :-
>I want to use programmable logic devices (CPLDs and FPGAs) in my
>future developments and I need an overview of the market.
>
>Is there any program or database out there ?

The European July issue of EDN had a good overview.

Let me have your FAX number and I will send it on.

Cheers,
T.H.

trev@wg.icl.co.uk
NOT trev@ss11.wg.icl.co.uk as the header to this posting says



Article: 2077
Subject: Altera Flex10K new family
From: alexk@dspis.co.il (Alex Koegel)
Date: 11 Oct 1995 08:43:36 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Hello FPGA'ers,

Does anybody know when the new announced Altera Flex10K will showup in samples 
and production ?

What will be the first member(s) of Flex10K family to be available ?

Will an average Pentium PC (90Mhz, 32Mbyte DRAM) support the fitting power 
needed for targetting designes into the new Flex10K ?

Alex Koegel
HW Development Manager
DSPC Israel


Article: 2078
Subject: Internal error 1012 (ppr)
From: <cha>
Date: 11 Oct 1995 08:45:16 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Does anybody knows something about Internal error 1012 that ppr returns?

                Thanks for your help.

                      Regards,

                          Fernando.



Article: 2079
Subject: XACT 5.1 is incompatible with everything!!!!!!!!
From: <cha>
Date: 11 Oct 1995 11:59:16 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
This is the third time XACT 5.1 fucks my Setup Configuration. Yes, the CMOS.
I think I'll never finish my work........

                Of course, I use a PC with QEMM and I know they're not 
                 compatible. 
       
                                    Bye,

                                      An user of xilinx.



Article: 2080
Subject: [NEED] bigger VHDL codes 4 partitionning
From: kyung@cslsun10.sogang.ac.kr (Cho Kyung Choon)
Date: 11 Oct 1995 12:58:41 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
/////  I'M LOOKING FOR A LOTS OF LARGE VHDL CODES. /////  

I have been developed a partition program runing on FPGA,
which place a large circuit into several FPGAs.
I feel lack of benchmark circuits because I don't design any circuit,

Is there anyone who allow me to use a circuit, written in vhdl,
designed by an angel.  =)
or let me know where I can get some benchmark circuits. ( ftp site list ok! )

The bigger, the better.

--
Cho Kyungchuun 
email : kyung@cslsun10.sogang.ac.kr


Article: 2081
Subject: I NEED YOUR HELP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From: <cha>
Date: 11 Oct 1995 14:55:03 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Hello folks,

          I have a problem. I wrote a .mem file to define a XBLOX:PROM and I
ran Xmake & Xsimmake. However, when I run Viewsim S/D, the output of my memory
isn't the value in the .mem file (only for the highest addresses). I've checked
the .mem file and I've "deltree" the s<design> directory to run again Xsimmake.
But the result is the same. Does anybody know what happens?

                            Please, help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!

                                  Fernando.



Article: 2082
Subject: * WARNING * $1,000,000 in 90 Days!
From: GDR Enterprises <102771.3337@CompuServe.COM>
Date: 11 Oct 1995 15:44:55 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
                      $$$ Change Your Life $$$

"If you could look at an honest, legitimate opportunity that 
could make you in excess of $10,000 in the next 30 days, would 
you take 20 minutes to hear about it?"

HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT IT YET? If not, don't go to sleep tonight 
until you take the time to make just one call.  We are real 
people just like you, who are living out a dream come true.

"It took me only 3 days to develope my first $10,000 income; and 
that was after the Global Launch of the company on Sept. 29;
and it's been incredible since then...I just cannot believe 
what's happening.  This is your ticket to freedom -- not just 
from a financial standpoint, but by the product.  The PRODUCT 
will change the way you think..."

TAKE THESE 3 EASY STEPS:
1. From any fax machine; Call (512) 703-6147 to automatically 
order our 9 pages Fax-on-Demand documentation which give you a 
written program, compensation plan, and application.
2. Call our 24 hour HOTLINE: Recorded Live Call! (512) 404-2388
3. Then dial my private number at, (519) 746-1978 ask for Jason 
or Ken, and say...I'm in! That's how easy it is to get started!
   Then break out the champagne and the cubans!!


Article: 2083
Subject: Re: Workview Pro-series doesn't work with windows 95.
From: robert@dgt-sparc1.jpl.nasa.gov (Robert Navarro)
Date: 11 Oct 1995 16:51:59 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
I was also pretty disappointed to find out that the Viewlogic Pro Series 
ProSim software doesn't work with Windows 95. I did find a workaround,
though, sort of. There is also a program in the PROSER directory 
called "viewsim.exe" It seems to be basically the DOS version of the 
simulator. It run's fine in a DOS window inside of Windows 95. I tried it
with a few small designs and it seemed to work fine. 

For now, I'm staying with WFW 3.11. I would really like to go to Windows 95, 
but here at JPL, they don't even want us to upgrade until Jan 31, 1996.  

- Robert Navarro

In article <aa7cb$f3220.137@sj-rsrch.demon.co.uk>,
Steve Wiseman <steve@sj.co.uk> wrote:
>In article <45brb1$plq@fnnews.fnal.gov>, husby@fnal.gov says...
>>
>>Apparently still not the types to jump on a bandwagon too soon, View Logic 
>>will not be releasing a windows-95 compatible version of the pro-series till 
>>at least December.
>>
>>Unfortunately, I learned about this the hard way. 
>
>Yes, us too. Is there a Viewlogic Users Group out there, so we don't all have 
>to find things out the hard way? It's not as if the documentation's getting 
>better, either....
>(Proseries does work under '95 and NT, except for PROSIM, the only tool to use
>Win32S. Aargh! So close, yet so, so far... You'll need much patience, some mad 
>dongle-redirecting code, and some more patience. How can it take ProCapture 3 
>seconds to ask the dongle each time I load a new component? (On a twin P90, 
>running NT 3.51 with 32M Ram)
>  Roll on Workview Office, or is it just going to have all the 'features' that 
>make each day such a joy (ahem...)?
>
>  Steve, speaking for Steve, not SJ Research.
>
>




Article: 2084
Subject: Re: Good materials schools?
From: pleary@robins.af.mil (Pat Leary)
Date: 11 Oct 1995 17:53:23 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
BobSun (bobsun@aol.com) wrote:
: Ryan,

: Let me add to your confusion, but from a different perspective - that of a
: "customer" for graduates from  these schools. For the most part, the
: inputs you have gotten have been good advise. Let me add (or re-emphasize)
: some general points.

: 1. Go to a large, well-known school, if possible. One day you will be
: graduating and the breadth of opportunities (job or grad school) will be
: greater at a school with a better reputation. Some people may object to
: this, but, nevertheless, it is a fact. A significant fraction of
: undergraduates find part time employment in grad research programs, and
: summer intern jobs. Your chances for this are also greater at a well-known
: "Research" university. The only two schools you listed which fit into this
: catagory (no flames, please) are Penn State and Lehigh. 

: 2. Your strong interests in photonics and/or polymers might be difficult
: to meet in most Materials Sci (or Eng.) curricula. Good polymer schools
: include MIT, U Mass, VIT and Michigan, in the East. Photonic efforts tend
: to reside in the EE departments, and mainly in graduate programs. The
: suggestion to look at Chem E for polymers is a good one. My own experience
: is that my interests in specialization changed greatly while in school,
: and even more after going to work. So make certain to get a strong, well
: rounded undergraduate degree, taking every opportunity to broaden your
: background with courses in areas such as EE, ChemE, PChem, CompSci, MechE
: and Statistics.

: 3. Good luck.

: Bob Sundahl
: Intel


Article: 2085
Subject: Re: I NEED YOUR HELP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From: <cha>
Date: 11 Oct 1995 18:10:52 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
The solution is simple:

         Connect the Adress_error pin to anywhere. I couldn't imagine
so stupid solution.

                       Bye folks,

                           Yo mismo. :))))



Article: 2086
Subject: Re: Workview Pro-series doesn't work ((with windows 95)).
From: steve@sj.co.uk (Steve Wiseman)
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 22:37:24 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
In article <45fhl3$r7l@ixnews5.ix.netcom.com>, chan_isd@ix.netcom.com says...
>
>In Viewlogic's defense, I think if you simply asked them, they would have told 
>you it does not work with Win95.  At least that was the case with us.  There 
>are enough other reasons to complain about them, I don't think we need to bash 
>them about this issue.

Indeed. The bash is much more that it doesn't work, than that no-one said. The bug  
fixes _do_ seem to take a while, though, and this one's damn close to a 
show-stopper. 
Is _anyone_ in the UK using viewlogic products, especially VHDL -> Xilinx? I'd be 
happy to organise a list. Heck, plenty of time during reboots 8-)



  Steve, speaking for Steve, not SJ







Article: 2087
Subject: Re: * WARNING * $1,000,000 in 90 Days!
From: Matthew Carlson <carlson@rahul.net>
Date: 12 Oct 1995 05:06:28 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
GDR Enterprises (102771.3337@CompuServe.COM) wrote:
:                       $$$ Change Your Life $$$

: "If you could look at an honest, legitimate opportunity that 
: could make you in excess of $10,000 in the next 30 days, would 
: you take 20 minutes to hear about it?"

: HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT IT YET? If not, don't go to sleep tonight 
: until you take the time to make just one call.  We are real 
: people just like you, who are living out a dream come true.

: "It took me only 3 days to develope my first $10,000 income; and 
: that was after the Global Launch of the company on Sept. 29;
: and it's been incredible since then...I just cannot believe 
: what's happening.  This is your ticket to freedom -- not just 
: from a financial standpoint, but by the product.  The PRODUCT 
: will change the way you think..."

: TAKE THESE 3 EASY STEPS:
: 1. From any fax machine; Call (512) 703-6147 to automatically 
: order our 9 pages Fax-on-Demand documentation which give you a 
: written program, compensation plan, and application.
: 2. Call our 24 hour HOTLINE: Recorded Live Call! (512) 404-2388
: 3. Then dial my private number at, (519) 746-1978 ask for Jason 
: or Ken, and say...I'm in! That's how easy it is to get started!
:    Then break out the champagne and the cubans!!

I just got to flame this bastard. What does this have to do with 
mathematics? Nothing you ass..... !!!!!!!!! I cannot stand this kind of 
garbage. Get a life. 
102771.3337@compuserve.com 
Hey! Compuserve charges like 10 cents for every internet email you 
recieve. Lets send him hate mail. Unfortunately his box only hold 100 
letters but, that is still 10 dolars. If this guy has made 10,000 he can 
afford it. 
-- 
Matthew Carlson <carlson@rahul.net>


Article: 2088
Subject: Re: * WARNING * $1,000,000 in 90 Days!
From: kadionik@ranko.enserb.u-bordeaux.fr (KADIONIK Patrice)
Date: 12 Oct 1995 10:11:39 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
no place here !!!


Article: 2089
Subject: Re: Needed: PCI prototyping board, for use testing with FPGA interface
From: oded@asp.co.il (Oded Ilan)
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 1995 10:57:08 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
<454gb6$oea@oldfart.ecl.wustl.edu>, weathert@park (William N. Eatherton) writes:
>	I am begining work on an ultrasound card to be implemented on a PCI 
>card.  We would like to find a PCI protoyping card to play with writing and
>reading a ram and then so we can work out the bugs in an FPGA interface.  WE
>are planning on using the XC4000E series when xilinx comes out with it.  However,
>we would really like a prototyping board that we could begin playing with in the
>next couple weeks.  Under a $1000 would be desired.
>Thanks
>WIlliam Eatherton
>Washington University
>

AMCC has a PCI development kit, that includes 4 boards with a lot of
room for your design to be added to and debuged. It comes with their
PCI controller device, software for the PC etc. It is around $450.
Vector is another company that makes this development board kit.
AMCC: (619) 450 9333
Vector: (800) 423-5659


Oded

----

email: oded@asp.co.il



Article: 2090
Subject: Bet you can't do these....
From: Ian Harrison <irharris@comp.brad.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 1995 19:29:07 +0100
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>

Right. I've got a challenge for all you boffins out there. See if you can 
get these questions correct: (Correct answers will be posted on 15/10/95)

1. Give the IBM floating-point representations for decimal 55.4 and -53.4

2. Give the IEEE standard single-precision floating-point representations 
for +29 and -29

3. Compare the ranges, accuracy, and other system design considerations 
for the preceding two floating-point number systems.

4. Write all 4-bit 2s compliment numbers (that is, sign plus 3-bit 
numbers) and their decimal values. Show that negative numbers exceed 
positive numbers by one. Consider 0 to be either -ve or +ve.

5. How many different numbers can be stored in a set of four switches, 
each having three different positions (four three-position switches)?

 ----------------------------------------------------------------
|  Ian Harrison                     I.R.Harrison@Bradford.ac.uk  |
 ----------------------------------------------------------------




Article: 2091
Subject: Re: [Q] Looking for VHDL models for FPGA
From: paw@chailifu (Richard Tse-Woon Paw)
Date: 12 Oct 1995 21:55:07 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
imago@leo.bekkoame.or.jp (Masahiko Imahashi) writes:
: Hi, there.
: 
: I'm looking for VHDL models for classical Intel
: peripheral devices.
: (e.g. 8251,8253,8254,8255,8259,8237)
: 
: I need VHDL models which will try to create
: and test large circuits on PLD or FPGA.
: If you have any suggestions, please contact me
: at the email addresses below.
: 
: Thanks.
: 
: -----
: M.Imahashi CyVerse Co.,Ltd.
: e-mail:  imago@leo.bekkoame.or.jp
: tel: +81-44-888-1944
: fax: +81-44-888-1094
: -----
: 
: Regards.

You might want to try contacting Sagantec USA.  I think they have some of the
VHDL models you were interested in.  I'm not sure how much they charge for
them though.

Their number is:
(508) 371-9004

They're located in Concord, Mass.  The models they have are for ASIC but they
should also work for our FPGAs.


Richard Tse-Woon Paw            

paw@actel.co


Article: 2092
Subject: [NEED] bigger VHDL codes 4 partitionning
From: kyung@cslsun10.sogang.ac.kr (Cho Kyung Choon)
Date: 13 Oct 1995 01:13:34 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
- I'M LOOKING FOR A LOTS OF LARGE VHDL CODES. -

I have been develope a partition program runing on FPGA,
which place a large circuits into several FPGAs.
I feel lack of benchmark circuits because I don't design any circuits, 

Is there anyone who allow me to use a circuits, written in vhdl,
designed by an angel.  =)
or let me know where can I get some benchmark circuits. ( ftp site list ok! )

The bigger, the better.

--
Cho Kyungchuun 
email : kyung@cslsun10.sogang.ac.kr


Article: 2093
Subject: Re: Sockects for AMD MACH-445 anywhere ?
From: peter.presti@oip.gatech.edu (Peter Presti)
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 1995 20:39:07 -0500
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
In article <454bir$dnk@nnrp1.news.primenet.com>, mercure@primenet.com (Ray
Saarela) wrote:

>         I have a few samples of MACH-445's, and would like to play with them
>         in practice as well, but I haven't been able to find QFP SOCKETS for
>         them. AMP 100 pin sockects are 4 x 25 pin rows ( square package ) ,
>         but AMD MACH 445 has 2 x 30 pin rows and 2 x 20 pin rows ... 
>         ( rectangular ) qfp ..

Digikey has QFP->PGA adaptors.  You have to solder the QFP to the top of the
adaptor.  Takes some flux and acute eyesight, but it can be done.

Make sure you don't buy the "application specific" adaptor.  Some of the
pins aren't used on that one.

Price: ~$15

-Pete


Article: 2094
Subject: URL for UMIST Software Acceleration Work
From: John Forrest <jf@ap.co.umist.ac.uk>
Date: 13 Oct 1995 06:12:17 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
We've finally got around to creating some Web pages that describe the
Software Acceleration work. The core page for these is at:

     http://www.ap.co.umist.ac.uk/~jf/Acceleration/SoftAcc.html

It is currently only missing copies of the papers we've written about the
subject, as well as some subject matter still in development.

John

_____________________________________________________________
Dr John Forrest           Tel: +44-161-200-3315
Dept of Computation       Fax: +44-161-200-3321
UMIST                  E-mail: jf@ap.co.umist.ac.uk
MANCHESTER M60 1QD,UK     URL: http://www.ap.co.umist.ac.uk/~jf


Article: 2095
Subject: Re: info needed...
From: bartram@esmsun.gtri.gatech.edu (Dan Bartram)
Date: Fri, 13 Oct 95 17:31:34 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
In article <45lus3$smt@jaring.my>, wjyeoh@pop.jaring.my wrote:
>I'm Jim here, 15+. I need some info regarding my ques below urgently 
>for the purpose of my important project. If anyone knows about it, pls
>send the info to me. (wjyeoh@pop.jaring.my)
>Your kindness are very much appreciated.
>
>1. Anything about ENIAC, built 1946.

Well I'm pretty sure it didn't have any FPGAs in it.

>2. Anything about supercomputers, mainframes and minicomputers.

    Why?  Are you trying to build one with FPGAs?  

>3. Any information regarding computer science. (I need to make charts)
>   eg. current worldwide minis, mainframes and pc shipments.

   Computer Science has little to do with the numbers of computers out
   there.  In fact, it has little to do with COMP.ARCH.FPGAs too. 

>4. If possible, do send me scanned photos of stuffs mentioned, or
>   others regarding COMPUTERS.

   I don't know about COMPUTERS, but how bout some FPGAs?

Perhaps this isn't the best newsgroup for your questions.


****************************************************************************
Dan Bartram, Jr.                                    Work: (404) 894-7107
Research Engineer                                    FAX: (404) 894-7080
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA  30318
Internet:  dan.bartram@.gtri.gatech.edu
****************************************************************************


Article: 2096
Subject: Re: Help - Searching an PLD/FPGA Selection Software
From: David Pashley <david@fpga.demon.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 13 Oct 95 18:00:32 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
In article <45fm8j$926@mozart.wg.icl.co.uk>
           trev@ss11.wg.icl.co.uk "Trevor Hall" writes:

"beltle@augusta.de writes :-
">I want to use programmable logic devices (CPLDs and FPGAs) in my
">future developments and I need an overview of the market.
">
">Is there any program or database out there ?
"
"The European July issue of EDN had a good overview.
"
"Let me have your FAX number and I will send it on.
"
"Cheers,
"T.H.
"
"trev@wg.icl.co.uk
"NOT trev@ss11.wg.icl.co.uk as the header to this posting says
"
"
There's a product out there called PLD Pilot, which contains 
comprehensive databook info on every PLD and FPGA, as well as 
macrocell diagrams etc, and the ability to search by various 
criteria.

I'll try to find contact details...

-- 
David Pashley                 <
 ------------------------  <  <  <  ---------- Email: david@fpga.demon.co.uk
| Direct Insight Ltd    <  <  <  <  >            Tel: +44 1280 700262      |
| *The EDA Source*         <  <  <               Fax: +44 1280 700577      |
 ---------------------------  <  ------------------------------------------



Article: 2097
Subject: Needed: Suggestions for FPGA design CAD
From: Sudhir Wokhlu <sudhir@utdallas.edu>
Date: 13 Oct 1995 23:20:14 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
My department needs to buy PC-based FPGA Design entry and Simulation 
software for Actel FPGA's. As it is not possible to evaluate all the 
major tools on the market an input from designers out in the industry 
using FPGA's will be greatly helpful. 

I would appreacite if designers could give their opinions on VIEWLOGIC/
ORCAD/INTERGRAPH based on their experience with these tools.

We are a small research staff at a University and do not get to change 
tools often for want of money (we are lucky if that happens once every 
10 years!!!). It is imperative that we make the best choice now. In view 
of this, opinions of experienced designers will be very valuable.

Thanks in advance,

Sudhir 



Article: 2098
Subject: Re: Help - Searching an PLD/FPGA Selection Software
From: urb@onramp.net (Paul Urbanus)
Date: 14 Oct 1995 00:46:56 GMT
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
In article <45dfmt$88g@av2.rz.fh-augsburg.de>, beltle@augusta.de (Hans Jörg Beltle) says:
>
>Hello,
>
>I want to use programmable logic devices (CPLDs and FPGAs) in my
>future developments and I need an overview of the market.
>
>Is there any program or database out there ?
>
>Thanks
>  Hans


There is a software program and database called PLD/FPGA-PILOT
which I just received some information about.  The following is
taken directly from their advertising material:

   < begin excerpt from advertisement >  

What is it?  The PLD/FPGA-Pilot is a powerful, yet easy to use
search program running under Windows.  It is combined with a
database of programmable logics devices(FPGAs, CPLDs and PLDs)
that can be updated every 3 or 4 months.  This software tool
has been used successfully in Europe for over two years. Now
YOU can use it to help find the devices for your design...

   < end excerpt from advertisement >  

The price is given as $199 with a 1-year Database Update
subscription for $99.  For further information contact:

     Stan Baker Associates
     504 Nino Avenue
     Los Gatos, CA  95032
     408-356-5119 (Voice)
     408-356-9018 (Fax)
     sbaker@reconfig.com


I hope this helps.  BTW, I am in no way associated with the above
company.  I just got this in the mail today and it seems to be
exactly what Hans is asking for.  So please, no flames.

Regards,

Paul Urbanus
urb@urbonix.com

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Article: 2099
Subject: Re: Good materials schools?
From: jbh@news.cldc.howard.edu (Joshua B. Halpern)
Date: 14 Oct 1995 01:30:17 GMT
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Pat Leary (pleary@robins.af.mil) wrote:
: BobSun (bobsun@aol.com) wrote:
: : Ryan,

good stuff deleted to save bandwidth

: : 2. Your strong interests in photonics and/or polymers might be difficult
: : to meet in most Materials Sci (or Eng.) curricula. Good polymer schools
: : include MIT, U Mass, VIT and Michigan, in the East. 

The U of Pennsylvania Materials Research Laboratory combines programs
in photonics and polymers (last I looked), and I think the program
at Northwestern does too.  

You should check which schools have NSF Materials Research Centers with
significant efforts in Polymers and Photonics.  These usually span
several department, so they can combine disparate fields.
: : 3. Good luck.

For sure

Regards
Josh Halpern

: : Bob Sundahl
: : Intel




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