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White&Blue

Transcript: By a blue collar - worker General timeline - In the form of indirect discrimination, occuring by means of hidden activities. - A Vietnamese mind-set. - Morally necessary: blue-collar workers receive excessively unfair treatment. - Encourage people to take other kinds of actions like comment share like comment share - 6/11 – 16/11: Recruitment + Training volunteers - 10/11: Release Promotion video - 16/11 – 2/12: Provide lectures to secondary students (with real experiences) - 5/12 (Sunday): Organize workshop (with book fair) - 6/12: Fieldtrip White&Blue From Matcha with love 1. Beneficiaries 2. Format Photos Promotion plan: Activities Engage 1. Online: - Organize mini games, quizzes -Open public discussion in forums -Provide the results of each project’s stage - Run the “Humans of White&Blue” 2. Offline: Direct discussion Content: Lecture 1 • Activities - Psychologists giving talks in the form of friendly “coffee talk” - Discussion session - Participate in interesting games/ activities: perform a play. - Coffee break. - Book Fair: exchange books. Content: Lecture 2 Inspirational quote Budget plan like comment share like comment share Risk managment plan Content: Field trip Beneficiaries - Format Shared a Link like comment share 1. Content - Lecture: Interaction problems - Fieldtrip: Weather + Volunteers - Workshop: Little attendance 2. Budget: Inadequate funds 3. Promotion: Not reach goal number + Inappropriate posts Shared a Photo INCOME 12,000,000 Sponsorship 1. Hanvico Company 7,000,000 2. AIESEC VietNam 2,000,000 3. Apollo Center 1,000,000 4. Oxfam UK 2,000,000 EXPENSES 10,385,980 • Location: Hanoi • Targeted subject: Students over 12 years old, parents • Duration: approximately 2 hours • Aim - Share knowledge - Give a chance to share their stories and thoughts. - Share videos/ photos of the journey of White& Blue - Provide opportunities to raise voice and contribute ideas Children and The community Lectures (with real experiences) Workshop (with book fair) Watch and learn Period 2: Practice • Location: A primary/ secondary school in Hanoi • Duration: 2 sessions (approximately 30 minutes/ session) • Activities - Session 1 + Two groups take turns to partake in working as school cleaners/ kitchen hand + Homework: Prepare detailed content of a lesson of any subject. - Session 2: 1 group presents their work + Homework: Write down some notes/ draw pictures Content: Workshop: WRAP – WE RESPECT ALL PROFESSIONS like comment share like comment share Amplify 1.Online: - Post stories, videos, images, documentary and reportage - Recruit volunteers for the project - Have a close-up video: summarize - Upload real interviews 2. Offline: - Book fair - Seminar Purpose: Spread the project message "Know – Respect – Appreciate" Mission - Provoke sympathy and trigger deeper understanding - Increase the number of followers and supporters. - Recruit potential volunteers for the project. - Attract sponsorships. Target Audience - Students in Hanoi - Sponsors - The community Big Idea: PRIDE Key Message: Every profession merits respect. Strategy PR offline PR online • Location: 4 different locations: Cau Giay, My Dinh, Hoan Kiem lake – old streets, Dong Da – Kim Lien • Duration: 8.00 a.m – 11.30 a.m • Activities (For all volunteers) - 4 groups + Present thank you notes. Offer them help. Take a picture with them. + Interview for a survey - Each group is accompanied by one-two members of the organizing team. - The survey and pictures collected will be posted to the project’s fanpage. Promotion Plan Trigger 1. Online: -Design the fanpage -Have a trailer for the project -Photo collection of Occupation -Promote the project through online newspaper 2. Offline - Design posters, leaflets: school notice board. Lectures with real experiences Period 1: Theory • Location: A primary/ secondary school in Hanoi • Duration: 1 session (approximately 40 minutes) • Activities - Lead-in: Evoke emotions in discussion sessions - Perform a play - Provide basic knowledge - Present videos Dash for Impact - Team Matcha Why is there a need? Definition 1. Blue-collar workers 2. White-collar workers Perform manual labour Perform professional, managerial, or administrative work

navy presentation

Transcript: The Chief's Birthday What is the Chief's Birthday? What? The Chief's Birthday is one of the longest celebrated and certainly most important ceremonies dedicated to a special group of American sailors every year with the coming of the 126th birthday of the United States Navy Chief. April 1st 2018 rang in a birthday that spans decades of United States Navy traditions, training, and hard work. Such high levels of dedication and sacrifice are not seen by many, thus, making those celebrated stick out as superiors. Bonus Information bonus information The chief petty officer, as recognized today, was officially established on April 1, 1893. Why do we celebrate it? Why? For any organization to continue to improve, innovate and achieve excellence it needs great leadership throughout. A strong leadership is the single most influential variable that affects growth. Sailors trusted with the rank of Chief have shown this leadership, and therefore are celebrated every April 1st. Who is the celebration for? Who? Chief Petty Officers are responsible for three main things: discipline of their Sailors, effective supervision of Sailor’s work, and to act as an advocate for Sailor’s best interest. We celebrate the individuals who have worked to this level because of the amount of discipline and grit they have shown to get to the rank of Chief. The holder of this position is the most senior enlisted member of the U.S. Navy. The rank is appointed by the Chief of Naval Operations (currently, Admiral John M. Richardson). On April 28 1967, Delbert Black was elected the first MCPON. This is the highest rank in the Navy, equivalent to an E-9. Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy How did it start? How? To understand the importance of being a Chief in the U.S Navy, it is important to understand how and why the rank was created. It all started with the signing of General Order 409 by President Benjamin Harrison on April 1st, 1893, which made Chief Petty Officer an actual rank, rather than a title assigned by a commanding officer to the most senior First Class Petty Officer in each rate. The order also made the insignia for Chiefs a gold fouled anchor surmounted with a silver U.S.N, with the U standing for unity, the S standing for service, and the N standing for navigation, which are the primary traits for a Chief to have and also the reason that Chiefs are called the " Backbone of the Navy". This, along with the triumphs, responsibilities and experience that is associated with being a Chief in comparison to the rest of the enlisted ranks, are the reasons we celebrate the collective birthday of the rank of Chief. https://ytcropper.com/cropped/Vi5af0e886a8406 Video The role of Chief Petty Officer is a diverse one, being a technical expert and a leader. The position helps future sailors encounter more leadership roles as they progress. It’s very important to mentor the newly commission avengers, I mean officers. Its leadership, as each and every Chief Petty Officer has both a rate and ranking job specialty. For instance, a Chief Petty Officer who has the rate in the Gunner’s Mate would be referred to as Chief Gunner’s Mate. Conclusion Conclusion Unlike a Petty Officer First Class and lower ranks, advancement to Chief Petty Officer not only carries requirements of time in service, superior evaluation scores, and specialty examinations, but also carries an added requirement of peer review. ​​ yup peer review. Hmmm...Nowwe get why some of these guys are stuc​​. It’s because a Chief Petty Officer can only advance after review by a selection board of serving Senior and Master Chief Petty Officers, in effect “choosing their own” and conversely not choosing other. Part 2... Continued With that being said do you know that prior to 1958 the Chief Petty Officer was the highest enlisted rank? But now we have ranks like Senior Chief Petty Officer and Master Chief Petty Officer, because we all love and leadership loves us back. Let’s get to know our chief. What made you decide to join the Navy? Why be a Chief Petty Officer? What were some of the sacrifices you have made to be where you are and who you are today? Where do you see yourself in ten years from now? What is your favorite hobby? Q&A Continued

Blue and White OLEDs

Transcript: 1) History of OLED 2) Basic structure and Working principle 3) Types of OLED 4)Blue and White OLED 5) Drawbacks and Future Perspectives in 1907, Captain Henry Joseph Round generated the light upon the movement of electrons and electron holes in the early 1950s, Bernanose and coworkers discovered the electroluminescence in organic materials In 1987, first working OLED device was developed at the Eastmen Kodak Company Let's jump on the OLED types To examine the stability of the device, scientists annealed it at 120 ̊C in air higher 7.40% EQE due to minimizing the morphology defects by annealing. the color of the emission was sky-blue, which is out of the range of true blue OLED Blu2 structure was doped into CBP=> EQE =9.4% TRANSPARENT Drawbacks and Future Perspectives FP white OLED Types of OLED's PEDOT and PCBM fluorescence of blue dopant phosphorescence of red and green dopants damaging the working functionality of the screen. Emissive layer Improvements in EQE red EQE = 2.0% blue - AMOLED is made up of the sheets of cathode and anode layers - The TFT controls the brightness and which pixel gets turned on to form an image. - The role of TFT is the same as for external circuity, but uses less power - This allows the AMOLEDs to be used for computer monitors, large screen TVs, and even billboards. the exposure to UV-light reduce in the brightness green PMOLED The structure consists of only transparent materials. The transparency of materials allows to act as passive and active matrix OLEDs Today, transparent OLED displays are used in producing heads-up displays, automotive and civil aviation industries. External quantum efficiency - 18.4% the quality of light was low - Passive-matrix OLED - Active-matrix OLED - Transparent OLED Today OLED technology is widely used in the production of displays Bis(2-(2’-benzothienyl)-pyridinato- N,C3’)(acetylacetonate)Ir(III) 4,4’-Bis(2,2’-diphenylvinyl)-1,1’-biphenyl(DPVBi) iridium(III) phenylpyridine Damir Karimov K. Fehse find a correlation between the amount of moisture in CL and the overall efficiency BLUE OLEDS The main issue for all OLED displays is low lifetime Chang group developed cascade emissive layered OLED. EQE (19.2%) Conductive layer OLED Structures of poly(p-phenylene-vinylene), poly(1,4-phenylene) and polyfluorene ANODE Indium tin oxide better brightness, efficiency and productivity due to the more efficient injection of holes into the layers. too expensive and toxic metal aluminum doped zinc-oxide provides even higher external quantum efficiency at higher voltages Dauren Kalpakov Improvements in thickness of Blu2 green and red - Current flows from cathode to anode - the electrons find holes in organic layer - once electron settles, it causes light emission in the form of photon produce larger blue pixels on a display that will lead to the slow degradation of OLED BLUE OLEDS Firstly, Zhen and co-workers achieved highly efficient blue fluorescent OLED Drawbacks and Future Perspectives Most cathode structures consist of low work function metal deposits. Essential for cathode to lower the electron injection barrier and at the same time to increase electron injection to the layer WHITE OLEDS ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODES initially to configure the blue OLEDS at higher brightness blur image quality blue Drawbacks and Future Perspectives - They are made up of cathode and anode strips, controlled by external circuity - Consumes more power than other OLED types - They are most efficient for smaller screens UV blocking layer must be installed on a device and protect from the direct sun light. low quality images (phones, cameras, tablets) the combination of colors produces white OLED the proper concentration of color dopants is required blue (20%), red (2%), green (0.5%) AMOLED Separate emissive layers OLED the external quantum efficiency - 14.4% BLUE AND WHITE OLEDS BLUE OLEDS EQE = 23.3% Quick degradation of blue light EQE = 4.99% Main disadvantages of white OLEDs short lifetime of blue phosphors comparing to other types, it is much cheaper allows to view under different angles without losing image quality solutions are proposed to minimize the drawbacks

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