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Montage is a technique in film editing in which a series of short shots are edited into a sequence to condense space, time, and information. The term has been used in various contexts. It was introduced to cinema primarily by Eisenstein, and early Soviet directors used it as a synonym for creative editing. In France the word "montage" simply denotes cutting. The term "montage sequence" has been used primarily by British and American studios, which refers to the common technique as outlined in this article.The montage sequence is usually used to suggest the passage of time, rather than to create symbolic meaning as it does in Soviet montage theory. From the 1930s to the 1950s, montage sequences often combined numerous short shots with special optical effects dance and music. They were usually assembled by someone other than the director or the editor of the movie. Wikipedia.

Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: BSG-SME | Phase: SME-1 | Award Amount: 1.88M | Year: 2010

The CLEANSITE project will develop a novel system and technology for on-site treatment of collected landfill waste water or leachate though a novel and intelligent treatment method, which combines highly innovative electrochemical treatment or advanced oxidation methods with smart sensors and enabling microelectronic technology for optimised process control and design. Due to significant performance and efficiency gains, the innovation suggested will promote a modal shift of leachate and waste water management practises in the EU and add an important and significant contribution to the current Best Available Technique (BAT). The market opportunity for the SME consortium - group of European suppliers of windows and ventilation systems lies in the provision a treatment profile with improved environmental profile. The major innovation and point of market differentiation of the CLEANSITE system will elimination current economic and environmental costs though on site-treatment and leachate management optimisation. The reductions in treatment costs alone are sufficient to render the product very attractive to customers. The envisaged solution, however, is likely to result in a paradigm shift towards much needed innovative solutions, with wider associated societal and economic benefits. The R&D work required to achieve project objectives is centred around technical work packages with regard to system design, electrochemical and advanced oxidation, integrated water management and control enabling technology all of which are integrated in a novel waste water treatment system with wide application potential.

Montage | Date: 2016-04-25

entertainment, entertainment websites, film, video gaming, downloadable software and computer hardware for viewing entertainment.

Montage and Montage Technology | Date: 2013-12-10

The present invention provides a wideband active balun LNA topology with narrow-band filtering and noise cancelling. The amplifier includes three transconductance stages, a feedback network, and a load. The first and second transconductance stages are connected in parallel to receive the input signal. The differential output of the first transconductance stage is fed back to voltage input through a differential-to-single-end-end feedback network, while the output of the first transconductance, passing through the third transconductance, is added to the output of the second transconductance stage in proper phase. The present invention accomplish both wideband low-noise amplification and narrow-band filtering without inserting interface stages, thereby improving the linearity and noise performance of the whole circuit. Noise cancellation technique is implemented in differential way to ensure the low noise figure. The present invention also achieves single-end to differential conversion with balanced output and superior second order linearity performance.

Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: BSG-SME | Phase: SME-1 | Award Amount: 1.60M | Year: 2010

Current ECM process technology is limited in machining accuracy and process stability. The primary reason for this limitation is that the power supply units, which are at the heart of ECM are traditionally designed for the millisecond pulsed current range. Developing a power supply unit that has the capability of pulsing in the microsecond / nanosecond range, will result in more control of the process and better product, leading to improved uptimes on the shop floor and improved product quality. The SME partners in this project consortium have identified a commercial opportunity for a new generation of ECM that can offer: - Improved process stability and control - Increased accuracy (at a micron level) - Better process uptime and increased efficiency / outputs - Consistently better performing and better quality products - Shorter product development lead time This project will undertake the research and development work necessary to ensure that the SMEs in the consortium can realise this commercial opportunity through the development of a power supply unit (SMPS) that can support the next generation of ECM. The project aims to develop an SMPS that will deliver quicker electrical current pulsing rates in the microsecond / nanosecond range, resulting in an ECM with a machining accuracy better than 1 micron. The project will also develop a demonstrator / prototype that will be used for validating and demonstrating the next generation ECM. Based on research undertaken by CDAMC (in conjunction with SMPS manufacturers and suppliers), it is clear that power units in this performance range are currently not commercially available. The availability of a new generation of SMPS could result in a major step change in ECM capability and help sustain Europes leading position in ECM technology.

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Delafield, WI (October 7, 2014) – Montage, a provider of purpose-built video interviewing solutions to the Global 5000, today announced the addition of two industry leaders to its executive team. The appointments of Senior Vice President of Sales Chauncey Kupferschmid and Vice President of Product Thomas Boyle are a reflection of Montage’s ongoing success and commitment to scale the company by expanding its existing proven leadership team. “Montage is at a critical point in our growth trajectory. We have achieved a 300% increase in global adoption during the past year and are currently being used in more than 150 different countries. The addition of Chauncey and Tom, two industry experts who have their finger on the pulse of human capital management, could not come at a better time,” said Montage President and CEO Kurt Heikkinen. “Their depth of knowledge is unsurpassed and their experience delivering unparalleled innovation and client loyalty will be invaluable as we continue to shape the way companies engage and assess talent,” added Heikkinen. In the role of Senior Vice President of Sales, Kuperferschmid will be responsible for business acceleration, capitalizing on the demand for next generation video interviewing and mobile technologies. Prior to Montage, Kupferschmid was a Co-Founder of SilkRoad Technology where he ran Global Sales and Marketing for more than a decade.  Kuperferschmid was instrumental in growing SilkRoad into a top 10 global brand and presence in the HCM Cloud arena. Kupferschmid is widely regarded as one of the industry’s most effective sales executives. He has helped build start-up companies to industry powerhouses and consistently attained record-setting sales results by leading his salesforce to penetrate new markets and drive new account acquisition. His professional accolades include ExecRank’s 2012 Top Chief Sales Officer, and several Employee of the Year awards. As Vice President of Product for Montage, Boyle will be responsible for product marketing and strategy, enhancing the product vision and driving the roadmap forward. During the course of his career, Boyle has consulted with hundreds of enterprise organizations about their unique Talent Management strategies. Prior to his role with Montage, he was the director of product strategy and marketing for Silkroad Technology. Tom is a regular contributor to industry magazines and blogs, including HR Bartender, the Ladders, ERE and Forbes. About Montage  Montage offers the most mature video interviewing solution available, purpose-built to transform the hiring experience one smile at a time. Applying an enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, Montage is the solution of choice for companies pursuing a hiring advantage. By extending talent reach, elevating employer brand, reducing travel, and minimizing costs, Montage engages candidates and hiring teams throughout the process, driving faster decisions and improving quality of hire.  A privately held company, Montage is headquartered in Wisconsin and located on the Web at www.montagetalent.com. More About Montage ›Contact Us ›

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