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APETT TECHNICAL CONFERENCE 2016
23rd -- 24th June, 2016, Trinidad and Tobago
Theme: Innovative Engineering Solutions for the Caribbean
CALL FOR PAPERS
The main objective of this Technical Conference, hosted by the Association of
Professional Engineers of Trinidad and Tobago (APETT), is to highlight the ever-
increasing and critical need to encourage innovative engineering solutions for our
region with potential for global reach. This conference will bring together partici-
pants who are involved or have interest in "the act or process of introducing
new ideas, devices or methods".
Researchers/Scientists/Engineers/Students (all disciplines), Ministry Officials,
State Agencies, and Financiers. Professionals from all sectors will find the confer-
ence of relevance including Manufacturing, Retail, Finance, Energy, Environment,
Construction, Housing, Oil & Gas, Transport and Utilities.
Authors are invited to submit abstracts on the conference theme. Abstracts must:
• be submitted in electronic format via email to: email@example.com
• be written in MS Word, 11pt Arial font, single line spacing, and of
300 to 500 words long.
• include a list of all contributing authors, and contact details of the
• include a short bio (maximum 150 words) of all authors.
• include an electronic passport shot photo of the presenters/authors.
Key dates: Abstract
Due date: 15th January, 2016
Due date: 29th April, 2016
PHOENIX---The Golden State Warriors
rained 3s in the desert and pushed their
NBA-record start to 17-0.
Stephen Curry scored 41 points in
three quarters and the Warriors made
a franchise-record 22 3-pointers (in 38
attempts) during their highest-scoring
game of the season, a 135-116 rout of
the Phoenix Suns on Friday night.
Golden State fell one shy of the NBA
record for 3s set by Orlando on March
9, 2009, and matched by Houston,
against the Warriors, on Feb. 5, 2013.
The offensive deluge came three days
after Golden State set the league record
at 16-0 by beating the Los Angeles Lak-
"We have an edge," Curry said. "We
love the feeling of winning and our con-
fidence is high right now. That s the
only thing that motivates us."
The 3-point record could well have
fallen had Curry not sat out the fourth
The reigning NBA MVP made a sea-
son-high nine of his 16 tries from long
range in his 14th career 40-point game,
five this season.
Draymond Green had 14 points, 10
rebounds and 10 assists in his third
career triple-double, two this season.
The Warriors set another NBA mark
by making 15 3-pointers (in 20 attempts)
in the first half. Leandro Barbosa added
21 points on 8-of-9 shooting, including
"Yeah, they re a tough team to guard,"
Phoenix s Markieff Morris said. "They
shoot 3s like layups."
T.J. Warren scored a career-high 28
points for the Suns in their third straight
loss and fourth in five games.
Brandon Knight and Eric Bledsoe
added 21 points apiece for Phoenix. Klay
Thompson scored 15 for the Warriors.
Seven players made at least one 3-
pointer for the Warriors. In the first half,
Golden State shot 66 percent overall
but was even better from 3-point range
at 75 percent. The Warriors made 15 of
20 3s in the first half.
The Suns lost starting center Tyson
Chandler, Phoenix s major offseason
signee, with a strained right hamstring
in the first quarter. Golden State starting
forward Harrison Barnes left in the third
quarter with a sprained left ankle. X-
rays were negative, Walton said, but it
wasn t known how long Barnes might
Warriors: Dating to the start of last
season, including the postseason, the
Warriors are 100-20. ...With eight
straight wins on the road, Golden State
is two shy of the franchise record set
Suns: The 135 points were the most
Phoenix has allowed this season and
the 75 were the most in a half. ... The
Warriors 22 3s were the most ever
against the Suns and 11 more than any
other team has made versus Phoenix
this season. ... Curry s nine 3s matched
the most by a player against Phoenix.
HOUSTON---James Harden had 50
points, nine rebounds and eight assists,
and Houston beat winless Philadel-
Harden was 14 for 28 from the field
and 16 for 20 at the line in his third
career game with 50 or more points.
He is averaging 36.2 points in his last
Philadelphia moved one loss away
from matching the New Jersey Nets
NBA-worst mark of 18 losses to open
a season. The Sixers have dropped 27
in a row dating to last season for the
longest losing streak in major U.S.
professional sports history, passing
the NFL s Tampa Bay Buccaneers from
1976 to 77. The previous record was
also matched by the 76ers in 2013-
14.Robert Covington had 28 points for
Philadelphia, which made a franchise-
record 16 3-pointers in 35 attempts.
One day removed from a Boston night-
club altercation, rookie Jahlil Okafor
had 11 points and six rebounds. (AP)
for 41 points
...as Warriors pour in 3s to go 17-0
...Rockets 116, 76ers 114
PACERS 104, BULLS 92
CAVALIERS 95, HORNETS 90
THUNDER 103, PISTONS 87
HAWKS 116, GRIZZLIES 101
HEAT 97, KNICKS 78
MAGIC 114, BUCKS 90
SPURS 91, NUGGETS 80
CLIPPERS 111, PELICANS 90
TIMBERWOLVES 101, KINGS 91
CELTICS 111, WIZARDS 78
Chandler in the
during an NBA
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