updates were moved to the home page:
John D. Norseen to visit the Russian Academy of Science.
His newest article can be read at: [click
Someone donates ACC Superserver for the use of ACSA for furthering
Membership reaches the 15,000+ Corporate and 130,000+ Personal level.
AIG and MBNA programs reach new heights of subscribership.
Jack Shulman's "Upside Down Gravity" and "Light Fusion
Momentum" Theories presented at international science colloquium, motion
for adoption by world physics leadership to follow...
New Portal to open for ACSA, representing a departure from past website
Advanced Lab on Internet COMPLETED!
The ACSA's Advanced Lab and University Reserch
project has been fully organized. For further information, please
advance to our home page. A new ACC Server has been donated
for our use. click here
Geodesic Space Design Institute !!!
The ACSA proudly announces that
International Fellow Dr. Gurminder Singh has been appointed the director of
the Geodesign Space Design and Telecommunications Institute. Dr. Singh,
a former member of the Faculty at the Singapore Institute of Technology, and a
founder of several renowned consultancies, will be directing activities in the
area of advanced Space Platforms, and the adaptation of Space Technologies to
Dr. Singh will also join the
"Advanced Extra Terrestrial Communications" Project as a senior
scientist. The aETc will be hosting visits by Native American
representatives to visit the ongoing project site, where ancient communication
methods will be studied and related to possible "ancient astronaut"
American International Group is now providing low cost auto insurance to ACSA
Fall / Winter Conference Announcement nearing completion !!!
John Norseen announced New
Semiotics and the Brain Research Coordinator and LAB Director. Succeeds
post left some time ago by Dr. Preuitt, moves from acting Director to full
Director. To head Speakers programs and on-line Semiotics Research
Enrollment at an all time high: tops 95,000 lifetime, 10,000 Corporate, and
over 2.5 Million associates!!!
Affinity Program announces Record
usage of benefits programs.
Endorses IMATION SuperDisk Media as "The Physical Transfer Medium
Standard for Now and the Future"!
ACSA announced that
after considerable evaluation of Portable Physical Transfer Media and Drives,
including the removable Hard Disk Drive, the Zip, the Imation SuperDisk
(LS-120), the Recordable CDROM, a Variety of Tape Drives, and other media,
that the IMATION SuperDisk (LS-120) turned out not only to be the most
practical, because of its unique 3.5" Floppy Drive Footprint and Media,
it provided backwards compatibility with older 3.5" Floppy Drives.
Accordingly, ACSA announced that it had decided to adopt the SuperDisk as a
medium for transmittal of papers, proposals, bids and responses, and other
physical transfers of electronic commerce and knowledge. The 120 MB
Capacity and easy ENCRYPTION of sensitive documents by the Imation SuperDisk
Software environment, along with its ready compatibility with Microsoft's
Popular Windows 95 and NT operating systems, were the final reasons: the
defacto standardization of desktop, deskside and server computing around
Windows operating systems, DEMANDED a physical document and image transmission
standard, and ACSA has decided that the only one worthy of consideration after
elimination of all alternatives for reason of various weaknesses, was the
The SPACE and TECHNOLOGY MERGER !!!
ACSA is working with outside teams
of Space Science and Business personnel on a program that every grade school,
high school and college can adapt to the program of teaching children how to
learn, how to create working SPACE environments, and all about Aerospace,
Space Stations, NASA, the Space Program and how computer technology fits
in. Stay Tuned for MORE!
New "Career Guide" on the Web !!!
ACSA will ultimately be
working with over a hundred specialized career guidance and placement
assistance companies on this project. To enroll as a Career Guidance
Provider, call ACSA at 908-272-3330. The Guide will feature educational,
vocational and employment application counseling, and dozens of Career
Placement Firms offering and recruiting for positions right on the
Internet. Each will have to meet stringent ACSA requirements for ethics
and integrity, and candidates will be assured they can seek further assistance
from ACSA itself. Go to "Jobs and Careers" on the Home Page to
enter into "the Guide", and remember: all those seeking career
assistance from Providers, are also automatically registered as Members of the
New On-Line Sections for Professional Publication !!
Those wishing to submit
materials for publication in the Living Project Articulum Library housed on
the Internet, will be able to do so by clicking a "Submit
Publication" link on the Home Page. This link will automatically
accept cuts and pastes of documents in flat text, along with embedded links to
graphic images submitters can include in their own Home Page elsewhere.
Documents Submitted will be peer reviewed, and upon completion of the peer
review cycle, will automatically be posted into the Library Articulum on the
Web and on Compuserve/AOL. All submitters should forward a recent
curriculum vitae which will be posted, in brief, with any publication accepted
by Peer Review.
New DISCOUNT COMPUTER PROGRAM !!
The ACSA has announced formal
discounts available to members who wish to purchase Laptops or
PCs/Workstations. The discount program is being underwritten by a grant
from the American Computer Company. The American Computer Company has
pledged it will also be donating a per centage of its profits each year to the
ACSA to help ACSA's expansion and operations. The ACSA DCP is not
applicable to purchases of computers used in a commercial business context,
such as for a Corporate Lan or Internet Service Site, but may be used by
individuals in expanding their personal career goals without any limitation.
New DISCOUNT COMPUTER PROGRAM !!
The ACSA has received a
grant to distribute low cost personal computers to inner city schools where
needed, and a startup grant to fund the placement of educational computer
tools into the Juvenile Justice System (Juvenile Detention Centers) at no
cost. More information will be forthcoming shortly.
New Science Advisory Board to be organized for 1998.
ACSA has indicated that
it is organizing a new, larger Science Advisory Board for 1998, membership to
extend for three years. Membership is non-compensated, and must
meet stringent integrity and achievement requirements. Nominations may
be made by any person over the age of 14 and should be accompanied by the name
and address and phone of both the Nominee and the Nominator. Contact the
ACSA Headquarters for information about whom to send the nominations to.
Meritorious Duty awards.
ACSA has announced that it is awarding special
Meritorious Duty Awards for those whose distinguished efforts enabled ACSA to
flourish and grow during the past few years. These awards will be
announced by May of 1998.
Formal STUDENT MEMBERSHIPS created!
ACSA is now enrolling
Student Memberships! Qualified Students are now being enrolled in six
segments. For the time being, membership is still free of charge.
a) Pre-High School (Grades K-9 US).
b) High School (Grades 10-12 US).
c) Foreign Grade School (Foreign pre-college
d) Collegian (Grades Frosh through Senior
e) Graduate (all Masters Students Worldwide).
f) Doctorate/Post Doctorate (all).
Formal ACADEMIC MEMBERSHIPS created!
ACSA is automatically granting
Academic Memberships! Academic professionals are "Automatic Members"
from the following areas:
a) Pre-High School
Teachers & Administration (Grades K-9 US).
b) High School Teachers & Admin (Grades
c) Foreign Grade School Teachers & Admin
(Foreign pre-college students).
d) Collegian Professors & Admin (Grades
Frosh through Senior Worldwide).
e) Graduate Professors & Admin (all
Masters Students Worldwide).
f) Doctorate/Post Doctorate Professors &
g) School Board Superintendents and Admins/Members
may enroll their students, admin and professors individually, or in groups, by
submitting Name, Address (or school address), and email address, along with
other professional information the individual wishes recording of.
Scholarship Programs and Giving Scholarship Programs!
Scholarship and Granted
Scholarship programs are being organized for the 1998 Academic Year. Those
wishing to vest a scholarly program to one of the working laboratories for
dispensation to qualified students, please contact our headquarters at
908-272-0016 - Scholarship Coordinator.
American Computer Science Foundation organized!
The ACSF has been organized as
a unit of the ACSA for the purposes of creating an enhanced facilities program
that will enable the ACSA University to seek accreditation to commence
advanced graduate and advanced post graduate Computer Science study classes
over the next few years as an educational exchange program in partnership with
Computer Science Departments at High Schools and Universities throughout the
world. The Foundation may be reached through the offices of the Chair of the
Student Publications Arm organized.
Any Computer Science Student
who wishes to chair an ACSA S-P-A office at their local College or High School
campus, please call the STUDENT ACTIVITIES coordinator at the ACSA as soon as
possible upon the start of the 1997/98 Academic Year! 908-272-3330.
MBNA Auto Insurance Program accepted.
MBNA, an ACSA activities
sponsor, has proposed a very competitive nationwide Automobile Insurance Plan
for ACSA membership. All interested persons should submit a reply to the
solicitations being sent out to membership at their earliest convenience or
contact MEMBER SERVICES at the ACSA for copies of the entitlement memorandum
issued to MBNA International.
Continuation of the ACSA Platinum Affinity Master Card.
Members of the ACSA will
receive automatic mailing of an ACSA Platinum Affinity Master Card
pre-approval form from MBNA. During 1996, ACSA accepted a proposal for MBNA
International to provide the ACSA Platinum Master Card plan. For further
information about MBNA's programs, please contact your membership coordinator
or MBNA. 908-272-3330.
ACSA will investigate a plan for low cost financing of new small businesses!
To assist young, recent
graduates and other members of the public in ther efforts to gain entry into
Computer Science professions and science or technology businesses in other
industries, ACSA recently adopted a memorandum to investigate the possible
formation of an outside fund that could make it feasible for qualified
individuals to obtain startup funding for small businesses. The program, aimed
at recent graduates and experienced experts alike, is intended for those with
qualified ideas for a successful product or service business who possess the
acumen and drive to achieve success in a reasonable period of time. The
possibility for such a funding program is presently being studied and outside
providers are being considered.
One major difference between this program and
conventional sources, is the possibility that ACSA might provide the startup
with additional technological, scientific and business resources that could
more greatly ensure that the business would not flounder and would achieve its
established objectives. 908-272-3330.
Corporate Incubator Co-operative.
ACSA has found a suitable
location for startup businesses in the technology fields, with available
financing, available venture backing, and a well developed culture of
technology exchange in the Central New Jersey corridor reasonably away from
New York City, near technology mecca's like Bell Labs, Bellcore, Lucent
Technologies, MCI Corporation, Lockheed-Martin, GE-Americom, Sarnoff Research
Center, Stamford Research Center, dozens of other advanced technology
laboratories and highly esteemed ivy league schools such as Princeton
University, Rutgers University and others. Contact the ACSA Center in Cranford
for further information. 908-272-3330.
ACSA National Laboratory Support / Turnaround Granting Program!
Do you work for a National
Laboratory? Then, you are automatically a member of ACSA! Write us for your
free membership materials! The reciprocity/support program of ACSA supporting
the communication oriented spirit of the ACSA, is intended to foster
technology transport and information correspondence between the National
Laboratories and the ACSA laboratory, in keeping with the incentives of the US
Small Business Administration and the incentives of the National Science
Foundation. ACSA is an NSF sponsor, and will accept matching
"turnaround" grant applications from any party seeking funding from
the NSF or the National Labs: ACSA then seeks matching "turnaround"
funds from its "Grant Outsourcing" programs intended to increase the
available funds to approved National and NSF programs (and those which are not
approved, but which may be of interest to our Source List, anyway!). For more
information, contact the Granting Office at ACSA!
From Luiz Manoel Aguilera, Organizing
Committee of the Technological Center for Informatics Foundation (CTI-Campinas-Brazil):
A CALL FOR PAPERS IFAC /
IFIP CONFERENCE ON MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF PRODUCTION AND LOGISTICS MCPL'97
to take place on 31 August - 3 September 1997 in Campinas, SP, Brazil.
HERE for full text of announcement.
The conference will bring
together researchers from four different areas - Management, Control,
Production and Logistics - to promote a synergy among different disciplines
in order to solve complex industrial problems. This meeting covers recent
progress in the conference topics encompassing methodological approaches,
methods, tools and applications.
From Scientist Dr. Paul S. Prueitt, joint
director of the ACSA Semiotics Laboratory, a special announcement:
A Call for Papers (click for details...)
to be included in a Special Session of
the Second International Conference on Computational Intelligence &
Neuroscience. The conference is part of the Third International Joint
Conference on Information Sciences March 1 - 5, 1997, at Research Triangle
Park, North Carolina, USA. Click the link above to view the whole text.
Membership in the INTERNET WORLD EXPO.
WWW.ACSA2000.NET is now
part of several pavilions in the INTERNET WORLD EXPO http://park.org (we are
in REGION: USA, one of the top accessed pages). Proceed there and find out
more! NOTE: the stamp on our home page has been issued us by the authority of
the Secretariat of the IWE and may not be used for any other purpose without
their consent. Expansion of the ACSA2000 Acsanet web site will continue from
now through the end of 1997. Persons with ideas or suggestions should send
them to the Chairman at ACSA World Headquarters, Suite 2000, 6 Commerce Drive,
Cranford, NJ, 07016 USA.
Dr. LERE O. SHAKUNLE Appointed WEB DIRECTOR for the new TRANSFIGURAL
MATHEMATICS LABORATORY at ACSA!
Dr. Lere O. Shakunle,
formerly of Nigeria, Africa, today a resident mathematician at the Matran
University in Berlin, and a scientific and mathematical journalist, has been
appointed the Web Scientific Director of the Transfigural Math Lab at ACSA. In
the coming months, Lere will be defining goals for practicalized computational
automation using Transfigural Math in such studies as spatial mechanics, range
theory and advanced Itsonic Mechanics. I will be appointing additional
mathematicians to work with Dr. Shakunle in the future on related projects. --
A CALL FOR PAPERS.
Papers in the relavent
areas of math, science and mathematics may be submitted right up through
January 15, 1996 for the winter and spring project review. Please feel free to
submit any relavent papers to firstname.lastname@example.org (in plain old flat text
format, no MIME attachments, please!).
MBNA to issue ACSA affinity credit card.
MBNA America Corporation,
the worlds largest provider of Master Card and Visa "affinity group"
credit cards, has agreed to issue to ACSA members, scientists and constituents
who qualify, an affinity group credit Gold or Standard Master Card or Visa.
now open. Library Additions should be submitted via storage media in one of the
compatible open document types. They will be reviewed, indexed and posted. The
Libraries will not be opened until and unless all committed documents are
received and reviewed.
Notifications to the public about WEB LAUNCH.
H E L P! Please send
out email about our new web URL (http://www.acsa2000.net),so that people will
be able to find us! This is critical to the future of our community...
Fund Raising Campaign Committee (FRCC/96).
Board Elections for
officers will be held after all nominations are in. Please submit your
recommendations by emailto email@example.com including your full name,
address and office phonefor verification purposes.
All new virtual
laboratory directorships will, effective immediately, be
New Appointments - Semiotics.
Two virtual laboratories
with a study focus on Semiotics have been or are being organized. This
represents a split in the formerly unified Semiotics Laboratory,into two areas
each of which complement the other.
John D. Norseen,
who is working at Lockheed Martin, has been appointed
ScientificCoordinator of the Semiotic Biotechnologies Laboratory. John's
paper onThe Semiotic Alphabet may be seen in our "ACSA Research"
Dr. Paul Prueitt, of
Highland Technologies, Inc., has been appointed ScienceCoordinator for the
Semiotics Studies Laboratory and will maintain a library ofSemiotics
Studies papers documents on line, and several of his publicationswill be
spotlit in the coming weeks and will be available on his page off theACSA
Research page above. Note that several important workshops have
beenannounced by Dr. Prueitt, and appear in his page currently.
New Business Unit - IP Security.
A new department The
IP Security Group is being organized to study and further refine the area of
protection of intellectual property "beyond the PTO".Advanced
information compression and message based automation encryptionarchitectures
will be the study of this virtual laboratory and business unit.Appointments in
this area will be announced in the near future.
The Graphics Development
Unit in New Jersey is soliciting comments on theIMAX images on our home page -
as to how they translate on various kinds ofequipment. The GDU has studied
these images on laptop, 14", Flat of varioussizes and projection
displays, but is soliciting further commentary. Kindlyfax (908) 272-6297, or
send by email - your comments, and if you have TrueColor or True Graphic
images of interest to ACSA or the Graphics Unit, pleasefeel free to submit a
MAY 1, 1996
news and bulletins will appear on this page until further notice.
- All Research
Reports for the quarterly publication must be submitted by May 15, 1996.
Contact your lab coordinator or the business office for details.
- Grant Application
Form 100-4 may be obtained by calling the Business Office at (908)
272-3330 9-5 Eastern Time or by faxing a request to (908) 272-6297.
- Attendees wishing
to participate in the Summit Discussion on Semiotics, please contact the
- Copies of the
Journal of Transfigural Mathematics may be obtained from the Business
- The Research
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send EMAIL to "firstname.lastname@example.org".
- New E-Mail
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the Consumer Concerns section, please [click
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in editor, fill it in, then fax, mail or email it to the ACSA, c/o
Consumer Concerns Section, 6 Commerce Drive, Suite 2000, Cranford, NJ
07016 (fax) 908-272-6297, email email@example.com.
Changes in ACSA's business now define a member in three categories. A
general member is a member of the public wishing to be placed on ACSA's
mailing list, receive news publications and documents. There is no charge
for general membership, until further notice. A Member of Research Staff
is a participating researcher or research scientist, appointed by the
Board of Trustees to Membership of the Research Staff. A Special Member is
any donor or sponsor whose gift or pledged contribution has been received
by the business office. For further information, please contact the
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