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Hello Aggie! Welcome to LAVA.

What type of applications do you use LabVIEW for?

Good idea to "dig", ie, use the search functions in LAVA. Many questions get asked by new members that were already discussed somewhere in the LAVA forums. Good luck.

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Salutations people; first time in any kind d of forum and a beginner at Labview, pretty nice combination dont you think?.

Actually, I just left the grounds of theoretical physics and decided for experimental plasma physics. I am going to start PhD studies at UC Davis so this summer I started with a random project (hardware manipulation) using Labview. And of course, I am already having questions..hahaha.

I can sense this community is gonna be of great use.

Anything regarding physics, I may be able to give you a hand.

Rodrigo Gamboa.

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QUOTE(Gamboa @ Aug 14 2007, 03:28 AM)

I just left the grounds of theoretical physics and decided for experimental plasma physics.

A man after my own heart - I did a lot of experimental plasma physics after I left uni as a thin film scientist - TiN, TiAlN, etc. Welcome!

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QUOTE(crelf @ Aug 13 2007, 02:18 PM)

A man after my own heart - I did a lot of experimental plasma physics after I left uni as a thin film scientist - TiN, TiAlN, etc. Welcome!

I was doing thin-film fero-electrics myself.

My second LV project used a 6111 to grab hyteresis curves in order to characterize hardness.

Welcome to LAVA!

Ben

PS: Osmething up there just has to be mis-spelled! :rolleyes:

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QUOTE(crelf @ Aug 13 2007, 12:18 PM)

A man after my own heart - I did a lot of experimental plasma physics after I left uni as a thin film scientist - TiN, TiAlN, etc. Welcome!

Don't all LAVA members do experimental plasma physics? That's what I got my Ph.D. in. Mine were pure electron plasmas.

--David

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QUOTE(Gamboa @ Aug 13 2007, 08:28 PM)

Salutations people; first time in any kind d of forum and a beginner at Labview, pretty nice combination dont you think?.

Actually, I just left the grounds of theoretical physics and decided for experimental plasma physics. I am going to start PhD studies at UC Davis so this summer I started with a random project (hardware manipulation) using Labview. And of course, I am already having questions..hahaha.

I can sense this community is gonna be of great use.

Anything regarding physics, I may be able to give you a hand.

Rodrigo Gamboa.

Welcome Gamboa. your Random Project is interesting wishing you all the best in your PhD.

Hope we can help you.

Regards

Sherif Farouk (",)

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