Expand Inc and lead by President Rafiah Kashmiri create amaz


sugnon
#1
Expand Inc and lead by President Rafiah Kashmiri create amazing new tool


Created by Expand, Inc. as part of an Air Force funded Small Business
Innovation Research (SBIR) effort, VSO can significantly reduce the
effort required to build large-scale system models and expand and
enhance design views beyond what is currently available.

The Air Force Research Laboratory and the Air Force Electronic Systems
Center have enthusiastically endorsed the continued development of this
effort. VSO is directly applicable to long-range DoD efforts in
Simulation Based Acquisition and Collaborative Virtual Prototyping.

VSO can be used to support:

Integrated Executable Architecture
Research & Development
System or Systems Analysis
Design of Experiments
Acquisition
Operations
Training
Emergency Management
For more information visit www.expand-inc.com (external - login to view)
 
Reverend Blair
#2
Ya know, if yesterday wasn't Buy Nothing Day I could've gone out and picked up some SPAM!
 
missile
#3
I came online to get away from all the infomercials on TV..and they're here!
 
Reverend Blair
#4
I came on-line because while I was sanding drywall and getting covered in fine white dust, Mrs. Rev used up all of the hot water. I was just about to get up and shower now, but she's started up the washing machine.
 
sugnon
#5
Expand Inc and President Rafiah Kashmiri introduce new Library


1. New Library


Expand has developed a library of objects you can use to create
resource allocation architectures. The library is called "Queue".
You may download the Queue installer from the VSO website and start
creating your own architectures. Three files will be installed on your
computer:


a. The file queue.mdb is the entity repository for the Queue objects.
It will be installed in "My Documents\VSO Documents\VSO Databases".


b. The file queue.dll contains the executable functions for the Queue
objects. It will be installed in "My Documents\VSO Documents\VSO
Libraries".


c. The file queue.ppt describes the library and how to use it. It will
be installed in "My Documents\VSO Documents".


Comments and suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Please send them
to Brian Woodring. If you have any problems using VSO or the Queue
library, either send an email describing the problems you are
experiencing or call John Woodring at (904) 646-0552.


For more information visit www.expand-inc.com (external - login to view)
 
sugnon
#6
Rafiah Kashmiri Works on EPA coal cleaning



Project Director and Member of Coordinated Research Council,
International Harvester, Burr Ridge, Illinois. Directed unregulated
diesel emission program related to carcinogenic and mutagenic materials
for the EPA and all the diesel engine manufacturing companies; worked
on methods development for isolating polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons
in air particulate samples utilizing high-performance liquid
chromatography for EPA as well as auto and engine manufacturers and oil
companies.

Developed techniques for trace and multi-elemental analysis of coal,
water and gas samples utilizing proton induced X-ray emission for
Kentucky Department of Energy and University of Kentucky Physics
Department.
 
sugnon
#7
Rafiah Kashmiri works on Cancer detection



Cancer Research Analyst, Senior Chemist, Teaching Assistant, University
of Kentucky, Department of Surgery and Physics, Lexington, Kentucky.
Developed and directed research program for the University of Kentucky
Medical Center and Hoffman La Roche Pharmaceutical Company involving
the utilization of radioimmunoassay which led to the development of a
commercial diagnostic test for early cancer detection.

Performed extensive studies in environmental areas involving methods
development and trace analysis of organic and inorganic species in
water and waste water and the analysis of trace levels of pesticides
and dioxins in animal tissue.
 
sugnon
#8
Rafiah Kashmiri heads woman owned Government Contacting business





Responsibilities include strategic planning, finance, market research,
quality assurance, and management of human resources, administration,
internal policies, and project implementation. Directed research and
acquisition programs.
 
sugnon
#9
Physicist Rafiah Kashmiri authors 17 publications at University of
Kentucky



Directed several research programs (over 17 million dollars in grants).
Taught college physics for 11 years to undergraduate physics and
engineering students. Authored 17 publications and research reports on
involving the utilization of radioimmunoassay, which led to the
development of a commercial diagnostic test for early cancer detection.
 
Reverend Blair
#10
CRUSHED DONKEYDINK!
 
Timetrvlr
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

I came on-line because while I was sanding drywall and getting covered in fine white dust,

Man, I know the feeling! I finished renovating my old fixer-upper about 6 months ago and that was the job I hated most! I think drywall must be more art than craft. I always sanded too much, left a slight hollow, them had to fill and sand again. I hope you are finished soon!
 
Reverend Blair
#12
I'm finished for now. Painting here generally consists of opening up the walls, firring out the studs to 6", insulating, vapour barriering, drywalling, then painting.

It takes forever because after I work for a couple days the arthritis kicks in.

In the spring I'll likely start on the living room. We need new windows there too.
 

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