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  • Best practices:
    • Mark your document right from the start!  So that even the draft reads “JPL/Caltech Business Discreet,” or whichever marking is appropriate.
    • If you must share your slidedecks, we strongly urge you to share in PDF format and without your notes!
    • Link to a restricted information documents via email, etc.; do not attach the document!  Easiest way to keep restricted access documents restricted.
  • Marking & Handling Overview presentation slides
  • Overview one-pager
  • Marking and Handling and Subcontractors presentation slides
  • The required training to access SBU materials is available on JPL’s Learning Management System. To access the training:

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Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

March 8th, 2016

Do you know who was Augusta Ada Byron? Valentina Tereshkova? Ruby Payne-Scott? Do you want to encourage more women in science and technology fields? March is Women’s History Month. Here is a list of electronic books on women in science, technology and leadership.  They can be downloaded and moved to your mobile devices for personal reading. If you want to recommend some of these books to your colleagues, please ask them to download the books themselves.

There are additional printed books on women in the various scientific and technology fields, and leadership and management skills for women in the workplace.  Come to the Hub (111-104) to see a current display and check out the books.

Pattern Recognition: Selected Ebooks

February 18th, 2016

All ebooks can be accessed and downloaded from within the JPL network. Our licenses with the publishers prevent further re-distribution, so if you would like to recommend your colleagues to read any of the ebooks, please ask them to download a copy themselves. For questions and comments, please contact the JPL Library Reference Desk at library@jpl.nasa.gov, ext 4-4200, or leave a comment here.

Most Popular Papers in SPIE Digital Library for January 2016

February 15th, 2016
Most popular papers in the SPIE Digital Library

Astronomy
  Carbon nanotube optical mirrors (J. Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems)

SkySat-1: very high-resolution imagery from a small satellite (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Biomedical Optics and Medical Imaging
Three-dimensional tracking of plus-tips by lattice light-sheet microscopy permits the quantification of microtubule growth trajectories within the mitotic apparatus (J. Biomedical Optics)

Folate receptor-mediated tumor-targeted upconversion nanocomplex for photodynamic therapy triggered by near-infrared light (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Communications and Information Technology
Review on recent developments in hybrid optical amplifier for dense wavelength division multiplexed system (Optical Engineering)

NASA’s optical communications program for 2015 and beyond (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Defense and Security
Artificial target detection with a hyperspectral LiDAR over 26-h measurement (Optical Engineering)

Deep convolutional neural networks for ATR from SAR imagery (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Electronic Imaging and Signal Processing
Computer vision in roadway transportation systems: a survey (J. Electronic Imaging)

A review of head-mounted displays (HMD) technologies and applications for consumer electronics (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Energy
Perovskites: transforming photovoltaics, a mini-review (J. Photonics for Energy)

Illumination dependent carrier dynamics of CH3NH3PbBr3 perovskite (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Lasers
Fundamental mechanisms of laser-induced damage in optical materials: today’s state of understanding and problems (Optical Engineering)

Overview and results of the Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Light Sources and Illumination
Transparent electrodes for organic optoelectronic devices: a review (J. Photonics for Energy)

Miniaturized LED sources for in vivo optogenetic experimentation (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Lithography and Microelectronics
  Characterization of wafer geometry and overlay error on silicon wafers with nonuniform stress (J. Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS)

Progress on EUV pellicle development (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Metrology
Improving the accuracy of phase-shifting techniques (Optical Engineering)

Characterization techniques for semiconductors and nanostructures: a review of recent advances (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Nanotechnology
Review of mid-infrared plasmonic materials (J. Nanophotonics)

Towards all-dielectric metamaterials and nanophotonics (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Optics
Fabricating optical lenses by inkjet printing and heat-assisted in situ curing of polydimethylsiloxane for smartphone microscopy (J. Biomedical Optics)

Lytro camera technology: theory, algorithms, performance analysis (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Remote Sensing
Stand-off detection of alcohol in car cabins (J. Applied Remote Sensing)

Automatic ship detection from commercial multispectral satellite imagery (Proceedings of SPIE)

 
Sensors
Review on hydrogen leak detection: comparison between fiber optic sensors based on different designs with palladium (Optical Engineering)

Visible and infrared detector developments supported by the European Space Agency (Proceedings of SPIE)

 

 

 

 

 

SPIE Journals

View the Top Downloads for:

  Journal of Applied Remote Sensing
Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems
   
Journal of Biomedical Optics
Journal of Electronic Imaging
     
Journal of Medical Imaging
Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS
Journal of Nanophotonics
Journal of Photonics for Energy
Neurophotonics
Optical Engineering

 

Ebooks on Gravity

February 11th, 2016

To have a better understanding of the significance on the observation of gravitational waves, here are a few electronic books on astrophysics and gravity:

All ebooks can be accessed and downloaded from within the JPL network. Our licenses with the publishers prevent further re-distribution, so if you would like to recommend your colleagues to read any of the ebooks, please ask them to download a copy themselves. For questions and comments, please contact the JPL Library Reference Desk at library@jpl.nasa.gov, ext 4-4200, or leave a comment here.

April 18, 12:00-1:00, JPL WIRED: The vision for a Wikipedia of JPL

March 21st, 2016
Have you ever wanted to learn about something at JPL, but could not find the information? Have you ever thought about contributing to JPL’s collective knowledge, but don’t know how?
 
JPL WIRED is a shared knowledge resource envisioned to serve as JPL’s Wikipedia, covering both general and technical topics. With over 1,800 articles and counting, WIRED is the place to go for finding and contributing information. We’ve recently made some major upgrades, and the WIRED Steering Committee is taking advantage of the drastic increase in usability to expand the benefits of WIRED to all JPL employees.

However, this initiative cannot be realized by only a few individuals – we need your help! Come to the April 18th session, listen to our visions, and learn how you can contribute your knowledge and ideas! 

 

Mar 12, ProQuest Natural Sciences Collection Offline

March 11th, 2016

On Saturday, March 12, the provider for the ProQuest Natural Sciences Collection will be conducting a major upgrade to its infrastructure, the entire ProQuest platform and all its databases and services will be unavailable between Saturday 7:00 pm to Sunday, 4:00 am.

The database and service should be back online by Monday, March 14. Should there be problem in accessing or using ProQuest Natural Science Collection on or after March 14, please contact the JPL Library Reference Desk at library@jpl.nasa.gov or call extension 4-4200.

April 27, 4:00-5:00 PM, JPL Stories: Charles Elachi

January 14th, 2016

JPL Stories Presents:

What does the JPL Director really do? Reflections on the last 15 years

Presented by: Dr. Charles Elachi, JPL Director

NEW DATE Wednesday, April 27, 2016, 4:00-5:00 PM

@ the HUB, Building 111-104

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The last fifteen years has be en a golden
age for space exploration. JPL launched
more than 20 missions and presently
operates 19 JPL missions. The outlook
for the next decade is even more exciting
and challenging. How did all of this happen?
Come get the inside scoop.

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The JPL Stories program, sponsored by the Library, Archives, and Records Section, celebrates the Lab’s unique environment and history, and provides an informal way for JPLers to share their stories with each other. For more information about the JPL Stories series, if you have a JPL story to tell, or if you have suggestions for future stories, contact Teresa Bailey, x49233.

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Mac O/S Upgrade Workshops

January 4th, 2016

The OCIO/LMIT has set up various dates and times to provide assistance to upgrade Mac O/S through out January. This is by appointment, please contact 4-HELP (ext 4-4357) for more information.