domingo, 7 de junio de 2009
D3 portrait theo 7_2
Theo at work
Amazigh festival's photos
Many thank to Theo for is permission
to publish in this site .
Retrato de Theo
que brinda apoyo ,con su saber y tiempo ,
a los eventos culturales representativos
de la diversidad .
Theodore Fatseas – Writer/Director/Producer
Theo's focus as a documentary filmmaker is to make films that give an in-depth view into people's lives, painting a picture that helps us to understand a little more about who we are, where we've been and where we are going. He established Transition Films in 2006 with "Touching Palestine" as his film debut (currently in post production). He also recently completed a short film, "The Secret Bar" and has started production on a half hour documentary called "60 years and a day in Gaza".
Theo is passionate about building honest and genuine relationships which reflect the honesty and truth in his work. Forever keen to go the extra mile he is dedicated to capturing images that help to tell a compelling story.
Looking for for posibilities of signifier of the word TRANSITION
I coming whii this ...and found taht have a surrealist touch for any one that is not n astrofisic :
Transition to the normal state of superconducting Y1Ba2Cu3O7- δ thin films induced by high current densities
Currás, S. R.; Wagner, P.; Ruibal, M.; Viña, J.; Osorio, M. R.; González, M. T.; Veira, J. A.; Maza, J.; Vidal, F.
Superconductor Science and Technology, Volume 14, Issue 9, pp. 748-753 (2001).
We report measurements at zero applied magnetic field of the characteristic curves (E-J) in Y1Ba2Cu3O7-δ thin films in the high current density regime, up to current densities which induce the transition to the normal state. To minimize spurious heating effects due to Joule dissipation, the E-J curves were measured with a pulse technique and with the samples submerged in a liquid nitrogen bath, changing the temperature by varying the nitrogen vapour pressure. This experimental set-up allows us to observe not only the abrupt voltage jump appearing at current densities J* much larger (typically one order of magnitude) than the critical current density, Jc, but also the entire transition up to the normal state. Our results show that the product J*ρn is roughly sample independent, ρn being the slope of the E-J curves for J>J*. This finding is in qualitative agreement with the existing models that explain the jump at J* in terms of a vortex instability at high flux-flow velocities.
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