• 12 Days of Minnesota Christmas: A St. Paul grocer patents the shopping bag

    In 1919, St. Paul grocer Walter Deubener invents a way for shoppers to carry more items -- a shopping bag with handles. His creation becomes hugely popular, and remains so to this day.

    published: 07 Mar 2013
  • The Precise Settlement of Minnesota (Land Patents, 1820-2012)

    Read more about here: http://mapstoryblog.thenittygritty.org/mapping-the-precise-settlement-of-the-western-united-states/

    published: 29 Oct 2014
  • UMN President Kaler Discusses Patents

    On May 4, Telsa Works was pleased to have University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler come talk to us about patents and inventions. Here is some of the advice he shared.

    published: 05 May 2012
  • Patents on Human Life – The Limits of Private Property

    Lecture by Prof. Tom Berg on “Patents on Human Life – The Limits of Private Property,” Nov. 3, 2015, Prolife Center event

    published: 04 Nov 2015
  • How can Black Hills IP help me file patent applications?

    Black Hills IP Patents Attorney MN | Black Hills IP Lawyers Minneapolis Minnesota | https://www.reellawyers.com/ann-mccrackin/can-black-hills-ip-help-file-patent-applications/ I Black Hills IP | (612) 354-8473 | amccrackin@blackhillsip.com We have a team of professional paralegals. Our paralegals are expert in the US PTO procedures. They know the correct forms to use. They can determine the correct fees for you. They know the PTO rules for margins and all of that kind of stuff so you don’t have to figure that out. They will just take your application, put it together for you and then when it is ready to file, we can electronically file it for you or we can give you a filing package that you can file yourself if you prefer to efile yourself. After we have filed, after our paralegals have p...

    published: 08 Nov 2015
  • What is your background and experience in patent law?

    Background Experience About Shelley Cape Attorney MN | Black Hills IP Lawyers Minneapolis Minnesota | https://www.reellawyers.com/shelley-cape/background-experience-patent-law/ I Black Hills IP | (612) 354-8473 | scape@blackhillsip.com I have been working with patents and trademarks since 1976. I started out as a patent secretary and worked my way into trademark, secretarial kinds of things and up into patent paralegal work. About 15 years ago, I started doing docketing exclusively and have worked in the last 15 years for a couple of law firms and a couple of outsourcing companies and I have now been at Black Hills for about 17 months. Black Hills IP 730 Second Avenue South, Suite 350 Minneapolis, MN 55402 https://www.reellawyers.com/shelley-cape/background-experience-patent-law/ https...

    published: 08 Nov 2015
  • Direct Response TV (DR-TV) & Patents

    Carrie Jeske explains the As Seen on TV (ASOTV) category to inventors in Minnesota. The ASOTV catagory is under the industry of Direct Response TV (Dr-TV). Patents are not required but always helpful. The industry strategy is "first to market". All new product submissions are confidential. Inventors can submit concept stage ideas, market ready products or imports directly to Carrie Jeske at Carrie@Willitlaunch.com or call 816-255-4600 for more info.

    published: 14 Aug 2014
  • "Recommender Systems: The Power of Personalization," Joe Konstan

    September 20, 2012: "Recommender Systems: The Power of Personalization," presented by Joseph A. Konstan, University of Minnesota, SIGCHI; moderated by Gary M. Olson, University of California, Irvine, SIGCHI. Bonus: Extended, post-event Q&A with Joseph A. Konstan (questions answered offline). Personalization is the key to helping guide users through the morass of available choices to the products and information they seek. Industry leaders such as Amazon.com, Microsoft, Google, and E-Bay have long used recommender systems to improve their offerings and better serve their customers. But recommender systems aren't limited to big technology firms—they've been widely used by small information providers, retailers, and service firms. This webinar provides an introduction to recommender systems...

    published: 16 Jul 2013
  • Physics and Patent Law - Webinar

    Learn about the fast growing field of patent law, where physics majors (undergrad, grad, and PhD) are in high demand to draft patent applications, manage patent portfolios and license new technologies. No law degree required! The Master of Science in Patent Law Program at the University of Minnesota prepares students for a successful career in this fast-growing field where starting salaries are in the $70,000 - $80,000 range, and above! Students most likely to be successful in this field will possess a great interest in learning a wide range of new techologies and strong writing and analytical abilities.   This 45 minute webinar will introduce you to the patent system, the different career paths available in the field of patent law, and how the Master of Science in Patent Law Program c...

    published: 27 May 2015
  • Patents

    Nikolai & Mersereau handles various patent issues occurring in today's global economy. We secure patents on inventions in the United States and throughout the world. We perform infringement and product clearance investigations and we negotiate licensing, acquisition and sale of patent rights. We also litigate and serve as expert witnesses in patent disputes. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing clients in patent matters in a wide variety of technology areas before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, foreign patent offices and in Minnesota and federal courts. We regularly work with large corporations, established medium-sized businesses, small start-up companies and individual inventors. We are particularly proud of the work we have done to help start-up enterp...

    published: 22 Jun 2012
  • The First Magnetic Random Access Mass Memory with Interchangeable Media

    [Originally recorded: 1957] John T. Potter, who founded Potter Instrument Company in 1942, was a prolific inventor with over 80 US patents. On September 1, 1948 he applied for a patent on a "Three-Dimensional Selector and Memory Device", and it was issued as patent number 2,620,389 on December 2, 1952. The invention was for a digital storage device that used steel wires strung on a set of two-dimensional frames that were packed together in rows. The machine would access one of the frames, then a particular wire in the frame, and then the data recorded somewhere on the wire. It was three-dimensional memory. In 1955 Potter negotiated a contract with the of the Univac military computer division of Sperry Rand to develop and build three of the three-dimensional memories. The Project Engine...

    published: 18 May 2015
  • Greater MSP Business interview: Brian Garhofer, Actives Factory CEO

    For centuries, the birch tree – specifically its bark - has been used as a medicinal product – in simple concoctions, usually, like tea or salves. Now, a Greater MSP company in Hopkins is using the by-products of birch lumber to create a compound that’s used in nutritional supplements, cosmetics and even pharmaceutical grade drugs. Taking a formula discovered at the University of Minnesota, the Actives Factory holds more than 15 patents on its birch compounds that are sold to companies all over the world..

    published: 14 Oct 2014
  • President Obama Speaks at a Minnesota Town Hall

    During his visit to Minneapolis, Minnesota, President Obama speaks at a town hall in Minnehaha Park, June 26, 2014.

    published: 27 Jun 2014
  • Parallel Garden Hoe Invented by Kelly Wroolie - Brainerd Dispatch, MN

    Brainerd Lakes Area resident Kelly Wroolie invented and patented a garden implement called the Parallel Garden Hoe. Wroolie's invention is designed to reduce what has taken hours of staking and moving string to get perfectly straight rows down to minutes. It's all in the garden hoe. After a search back to the 1800s, the U.S. Patent Office was convinced Wroolie came up with a new wrinkle on a time-honored if laborious garden hoe. He was given the go-ahead to market his Parallel Garden Hoe. Like most inventions, this one was driven by necessity. Never a fan of setting up the garden for spring planting, Wroolie designed the Parallel Garden hoe with movable spades that can be adjusted to widths of 30 inches, 27 inches and 20 inches.

    published: 24 May 2014
  • Impact of big data on signal processing

    Georgios Giannakis of the University of Minnesota sat down to chat with us for a few minutes after delivering the keynote address at the 2015 Center for Advanced Signal and Image Sciences (CASIS) workshop. The topic: big data and its impact on signal processing. For the keynote address or workshop proceedings, visit the CASIS website: https://casis.llnl.gov/casis-2015 About Georgios Giannakis: Georgios Giannakis (Fellow’97) received his Diploma in Electrical Engr. from the Ntl. Tech. Univ. of Athens, Greece, 1981. From 1982 to 1986 he was with the Univ. of Southern California (USC), where he received his MSc. in Electrical Engineering, 1983, MSc. in Mathematics, 1986, and Ph.D. in Electrical Engr., 1986. Since 1999 he has been a professor with the Univ. of Minnesota, where he now holds...

    published: 05 Oct 2015
  • Induction of Richard Thorud into Minnesota Inventors Hall of Fame

    This video shows the induction of Richard Thorud into the Minnesota Inventors Hall of Fame for 52 patents at The Toro Company. MIHF Secretary Raymond Walz gives remarks and presents a plaque to Richard Thorud, who also shares a few words. This is from the June 10, 2011 Awards Dinner of the Minnesota Inventors Congress in Redwood Falls. Richard Thorud and Harold "Bud" Froehlich were the two inductees for 2011. They join the prestigious rank of 63 others inducted since 1976. See news release at http://www.facebook.com/note.php?saved&¬e_id=10150203506715896#!/notes/michael-s-thorud/news-release-about-richard-a-thorud-minnesota-inventors-hall-of-fame-2011-induct/10150203506715896 and http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150203331770896.309854.654285895&l=f0ac20c582 for photos.

    published: 14 Jun 2011
12 Days of Minnesota Christmas: A St. Paul grocer patents the shopping bag

12 Days of Minnesota Christmas: A St. Paul grocer patents the shopping bag

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In 1919, St. Paul grocer Walter Deubener invents a way for shoppers to carry more items -- a shopping bag with handles. His creation becomes hugely popular, and remains so to this day.
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The Precise Settlement of Minnesota (Land Patents, 1820-2012)

The Precise Settlement of Minnesota (Land Patents, 1820-2012)

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  • Updated: 29 Oct 2014
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Read more about here: http://mapstoryblog.thenittygritty.org/mapping-the-precise-settlement-of-the-western-united-states/
https://wn.com/The_Precise_Settlement_Of_Minnesota_(Land_Patents,_1820_2012)
UMN President Kaler Discusses Patents

UMN President Kaler Discusses Patents

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  • Updated: 05 May 2012
  • views: 98
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On May 4, Telsa Works was pleased to have University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler come talk to us about patents and inventions. Here is some of the advice he shared.
https://wn.com/Umn_President_Kaler_Discusses_Patents
Patents on Human Life – The Limits of Private Property

Patents on Human Life – The Limits of Private Property

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  • Updated: 04 Nov 2015
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Lecture by Prof. Tom Berg on “Patents on Human Life – The Limits of Private Property,” Nov. 3, 2015, Prolife Center event
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How can Black Hills IP help me file patent applications?

How can Black Hills IP help me file patent applications?

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  • Updated: 08 Nov 2015
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Black Hills IP Patents Attorney MN | Black Hills IP Lawyers Minneapolis Minnesota | https://www.reellawyers.com/ann-mccrackin/can-black-hills-ip-help-file-patent-applications/ I Black Hills IP | (612) 354-8473 | amccrackin@blackhillsip.com We have a team of professional paralegals. Our paralegals are expert in the US PTO procedures. They know the correct forms to use. They can determine the correct fees for you. They know the PTO rules for margins and all of that kind of stuff so you don’t have to figure that out. They will just take your application, put it together for you and then when it is ready to file, we can electronically file it for you or we can give you a filing package that you can file yourself if you prefer to efile yourself. After we have filed, after our paralegals have prepared the application for filing, our docketing team can then also docket your deadlines and track the PTO deadlines going forward for you as well. Black Hills IP 730 Second Avenue South, Suite 350 Minneapolis, MN 55402 https://www.reellawyers.com/ann-mccrackin/can-black-hills-ip-help-file-patent-applications/ https://www.reellawyers.com/ann-mccrackin/
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What is your background and experience in patent law?

What is your background and experience in patent law?

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  • Updated: 08 Nov 2015
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Background Experience About Shelley Cape Attorney MN | Black Hills IP Lawyers Minneapolis Minnesota | https://www.reellawyers.com/shelley-cape/background-experience-patent-law/ I Black Hills IP | (612) 354-8473 | scape@blackhillsip.com I have been working with patents and trademarks since 1976. I started out as a patent secretary and worked my way into trademark, secretarial kinds of things and up into patent paralegal work. About 15 years ago, I started doing docketing exclusively and have worked in the last 15 years for a couple of law firms and a couple of outsourcing companies and I have now been at Black Hills for about 17 months. Black Hills IP 730 Second Avenue South, Suite 350 Minneapolis, MN 55402 https://www.reellawyers.com/shelley-cape/background-experience-patent-law/ https://www.reellawyers.com/shelley-cape/
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Direct Response TV (DR-TV) & Patents

Direct Response TV (DR-TV) & Patents

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  • Updated: 14 Aug 2014
  • views: 113
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Carrie Jeske explains the As Seen on TV (ASOTV) category to inventors in Minnesota. The ASOTV catagory is under the industry of Direct Response TV (Dr-TV). Patents are not required but always helpful. The industry strategy is "first to market". All new product submissions are confidential. Inventors can submit concept stage ideas, market ready products or imports directly to Carrie Jeske at Carrie@Willitlaunch.com or call 816-255-4600 for more info.
https://wn.com/Direct_Response_Tv_(Dr_Tv)_Patents
"Recommender Systems: The Power of Personalization," Joe Konstan

"Recommender Systems: The Power of Personalization," Joe Konstan

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  • Updated: 16 Jul 2013
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September 20, 2012: "Recommender Systems: The Power of Personalization," presented by Joseph A. Konstan, University of Minnesota, SIGCHI; moderated by Gary M. Olson, University of California, Irvine, SIGCHI. Bonus: Extended, post-event Q&A with Joseph A. Konstan (questions answered offline). Personalization is the key to helping guide users through the morass of available choices to the products and information they seek. Industry leaders such as Amazon.com, Microsoft, Google, and E-Bay have long used recommender systems to improve their offerings and better serve their customers. But recommender systems aren't limited to big technology firms—they've been widely used by small information providers, retailers, and service firms. This webinar provides an introduction to recommender systems, describing the different types of recommendation technologies available and how they are used in different applications today. What You'll Learn About: * What are recommender systems and how are they used today? * The different types of recommender systems: -- content-based vs. collaborative recommendation -- ephemeral vs. persistent personalization * User profiles, site logs, and the information used in recommendation * An introduction to the basic technology of recommendation * Pointers to resources for further learning Presenter: Joseph A. Konstan, University of Minnesota; SIGCHI Joseph A. Konstan is Distinguished McKnight University Professor and Distinguished University Teaching Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota. He has been working in the field of recommender systems since 1995. He's published more than fifty research articles on the topic, holds five patents related to recommender systems, and co-authored the book Word of Mouse: The Marketing Power of Collaborative Filtering, one of the first books on the application of recommender systems to commercial systems. Konstan chaired the first ACM Conference on Recommender Systems, and has been active in ACM, including serving as President of ACM SIGCHI from 2003-2006; he is now starting his third term on the ACM Council. He co-founded Net Perceptions, Inc. in 1996. The company commercialized recommendation engines and had a variety of online and bricks-and-mortar companies among its customers, including Amazon.com. He is a Fellow of the ACM, has been elected to the SIGCHI Academy, and was part of the team that won the 2010 ACM Software Systems Award for the GroupLens Collaborative Filtering Recommender Systems. Moderator Gary M. Olson, University of California, Irvine; SIGCHI Gary M. Olson is Donald Bren Professor of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Irvine. He joined the Department of Informatics at the Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences in July of 2008. Previously he was Paul M. Fitts Professor of Human-Computer Interaction in the School of Information and Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan. For more than two decades Olson has conducted research in the areas of human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer supported cooperative work (CSCW). Of late the focus of his work has been on how to support small groups of people working on difficult intellectual tasks, particularly when the members of the group are geographically distributed. Most recently, this research includes an on-line survey called the Collaboration Success Wizard which provides feedback to participants in such projects to help them achieve success in their collaborations. He has published more than a hundred and twenty articles and chapters, and has edited four books, most recently Scientific Research on the Internet published in 2008 by MIT Press. In 2003 he was elected to the ACM SIGCHI Academy, and in 2006 shared the SIGCHI Lifetime Achievement Award with Judy Olson. He is also a Fellow of the ACM, the Association for Psychological Science (APS), and the American Psychological Association (APA).
https://wn.com/Recommender_Systems_The_Power_Of_Personalization,_Joe_Konstan
Physics and Patent Law - Webinar

Physics and Patent Law - Webinar

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  • Duration: 47:40
  • Updated: 27 May 2015
  • views: 19
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Learn about the fast growing field of patent law, where physics majors (undergrad, grad, and PhD) are in high demand to draft patent applications, manage patent portfolios and license new technologies. No law degree required! The Master of Science in Patent Law Program at the University of Minnesota prepares students for a successful career in this fast-growing field where starting salaries are in the $70,000 - $80,000 range, and above! Students most likely to be successful in this field will possess a great interest in learning a wide range of new techologies and strong writing and analytical abilities.   This 45 minute webinar will introduce you to the patent system, the different career paths available in the field of patent law, and how the Master of Science in Patent Law Program can help prepare you for success. The Master of Science in Patent Law Program offers a one year masters degree for scientists and engineers interested in pursuing a career in the field of patent law.  We are currently accepting applications for the Fall 2015 academic year.  Scholarships are available.  For more information about our program, visit our website:  http://www.law.umn.edu/legaledprograms/mspl.html
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Patents

Patents

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  • Duration: 2:12
  • Updated: 22 Jun 2012
  • views: 112
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Nikolai & Mersereau handles various patent issues occurring in today's global economy. We secure patents on inventions in the United States and throughout the world. We perform infringement and product clearance investigations and we negotiate licensing, acquisition and sale of patent rights. We also litigate and serve as expert witnesses in patent disputes. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing clients in patent matters in a wide variety of technology areas before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, foreign patent offices and in Minnesota and federal courts. We regularly work with large corporations, established medium-sized businesses, small start-up companies and individual inventors. We are particularly proud of the work we have done to help start-up enterprises develop a patent position allowing them to become industry leaders.
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The First Magnetic Random Access Mass Memory with Interchangeable Media

The First Magnetic Random Access Mass Memory with Interchangeable Media

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  • Updated: 18 May 2015
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[Originally recorded: 1957] John T. Potter, who founded Potter Instrument Company in 1942, was a prolific inventor with over 80 US patents. On September 1, 1948 he applied for a patent on a "Three-Dimensional Selector and Memory Device", and it was issued as patent number 2,620,389 on December 2, 1952. The invention was for a digital storage device that used steel wires strung on a set of two-dimensional frames that were packed together in rows. The machine would access one of the frames, then a particular wire in the frame, and then the data recorded somewhere on the wire. It was three-dimensional memory. In 1955 Potter negotiated a contract with the of the Univac military computer division of Sperry Rand to develop and build three of the three-dimensional memories. The Project Engineer was George Comstock, who began work on January 2, 1956. Just sixteen months later, in April 1957, the three working completed units were delivered to Univac in St. Paul, Minnesota. But there were several significant differences from the invention as disclosed in the patent: 1. Instead of wires, the storage medium was strips of the 1⁄2" mylar-backed magnetic tape that was commonly being used in reel-to-reel computer tape drives. 2. Instead of using rotating shafts and electromagnets, the three-dimensional positioning was done using hydraulic cylinders with binary-coded displacements. This was a variation of a positioning system using binary- coded rotating rings that Potter had filed a patent on in 1951. 3. The storage bin containing all the tapes could be taken out of the unit and replaced with another, making the total amount of storage unlimited. This interchangeable media provided true removable data storage. None of the other random-access magnetic storage devices of the time, like IBM's RAMAC disk drive, had removable media. For more details on device theory and operation, see: http://archive.computerhistory.org/resources/access/text/2015/05/102740072-05-01-acc.pdf Catalog Number: 102740069 Lot Number: X7460.2015
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Greater MSP Business interview: Brian Garhofer, Actives Factory CEO

Greater MSP Business interview: Brian Garhofer, Actives Factory CEO

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  • Updated: 14 Oct 2014
  • views: 234
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For centuries, the birch tree – specifically its bark - has been used as a medicinal product – in simple concoctions, usually, like tea or salves. Now, a Greater MSP company in Hopkins is using the by-products of birch lumber to create a compound that’s used in nutritional supplements, cosmetics and even pharmaceutical grade drugs. Taking a formula discovered at the University of Minnesota, the Actives Factory holds more than 15 patents on its birch compounds that are sold to companies all over the world..
https://wn.com/Greater_Msp_Business_Interview_Brian_Garhofer,_Actives_Factory_Ceo
President Obama Speaks at a Minnesota Town Hall

President Obama Speaks at a Minnesota Town Hall

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During his visit to Minneapolis, Minnesota, President Obama speaks at a town hall in Minnehaha Park, June 26, 2014.
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Parallel Garden Hoe Invented by Kelly Wroolie - Brainerd Dispatch, MN

Parallel Garden Hoe Invented by Kelly Wroolie - Brainerd Dispatch, MN

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  • Updated: 24 May 2014
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Brainerd Lakes Area resident Kelly Wroolie invented and patented a garden implement called the Parallel Garden Hoe. Wroolie's invention is designed to reduce what has taken hours of staking and moving string to get perfectly straight rows down to minutes. It's all in the garden hoe. After a search back to the 1800s, the U.S. Patent Office was convinced Wroolie came up with a new wrinkle on a time-honored if laborious garden hoe. He was given the go-ahead to market his Parallel Garden Hoe. Like most inventions, this one was driven by necessity. Never a fan of setting up the garden for spring planting, Wroolie designed the Parallel Garden hoe with movable spades that can be adjusted to widths of 30 inches, 27 inches and 20 inches.
https://wn.com/Parallel_Garden_Hoe_Invented_By_Kelly_Wroolie_Brainerd_Dispatch,_Mn
Impact of big data on signal processing

Impact of big data on signal processing

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  • Updated: 05 Oct 2015
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Georgios Giannakis of the University of Minnesota sat down to chat with us for a few minutes after delivering the keynote address at the 2015 Center for Advanced Signal and Image Sciences (CASIS) workshop. The topic: big data and its impact on signal processing. For the keynote address or workshop proceedings, visit the CASIS website: https://casis.llnl.gov/casis-2015 About Georgios Giannakis: Georgios Giannakis (Fellow’97) received his Diploma in Electrical Engr. from the Ntl. Tech. Univ. of Athens, Greece, 1981. From 1982 to 1986 he was with the Univ. of Southern California (USC), where he received his MSc. in Electrical Engineering, 1983, MSc. in Mathematics, 1986, and Ph.D. in Electrical Engr., 1986. Since 1999 he has been a professor with the Univ. of Minnesota, where he now holds an ADC Chair in Wireless Telecommunications in the ECE Department, and serves as director of the Digital Technology Center. His general interests span the areas of communications, networking and statistical signal processing – subjects on which he has published more than 370 journal papers, 630 conference papers, 20 book chapters, two edited books and two research monographs (h-index 110). Current research focuses on sparsity and big data analytics, wireless cognitive radios, mobile ad hoc networks, renewable energy, power grid, gene-regulatory, and social networks. He is the (co-) inventor of 22 patents issued, and the (co-) recipient of 8 best paper awards from the IEEE Signal Processing (SP) and Communications Societies, including the G. Marconi Prize Paper Award in Wireless Communications. He also received Technical Achievement Awards from the SP Society (2000), from EURASIP (2005), a Young Faculty Teaching Award, the G. W. Taylor Award for Distinguished Research from the University of Minnesota, and the IEEE Fourier Technical Field Award (2015). He is a Fellow of EURASIP, and has served the IEEE in a number of posts, including that of a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE-SP Society. For more on Professor Giannakis’ research, see his home page: http://spincom.umn.edu/georgios/
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Induction of Richard Thorud into Minnesota Inventors Hall of Fame

Induction of Richard Thorud into Minnesota Inventors Hall of Fame

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  • Updated: 14 Jun 2011
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This video shows the induction of Richard Thorud into the Minnesota Inventors Hall of Fame for 52 patents at The Toro Company. MIHF Secretary Raymond Walz gives remarks and presents a plaque to Richard Thorud, who also shares a few words. This is from the June 10, 2011 Awards Dinner of the Minnesota Inventors Congress in Redwood Falls. Richard Thorud and Harold "Bud" Froehlich were the two inductees for 2011. They join the prestigious rank of 63 others inducted since 1976. See news release at http://www.facebook.com/note.php?saved&¬e_id=10150203506715896#!/notes/michael-s-thorud/news-release-about-richard-a-thorud-minnesota-inventors-hall-of-fame-2011-induct/10150203506715896 and http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150203331770896.309854.654285895&l=f0ac20c582 for photos.
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