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122 Lawnview Dr, Braintree, MA 02184    781-8435874    781-8498224    781-8493143   

814 52Nd St, Cape Coral, FL 33914    239-9453542    941-9453542    781-8498224   

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Company: Open doors power yoga studios Address: 65 Washington St, Weymouth, MA 02188 Position: Owner Industries: Amusement and Recreation Services

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Senior Scientist At Mit

Position:
Senior Scientist at MIT
Location:
Greater Boston Area
Industry:
Research
Work:
MIT
Senior Scientist
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Richard Lanza

Location:
Greater Boston Area
Industry:
Health, Wellness and Fitness
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Richard Lanza

Location:
United States
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Richard Lanza

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United States

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Richard Lanza
Owner
Open Doors Power Yoga Studios
Amusement and Recreation Services
65 Washington St, Weymouth, MA 02188
Website: opendoors7.com
Richard Lanza
Owner
Open Doors
Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Shops
395 Washington St # A, Braintree, MA 02184
Richard Lanza
President
OPEN DOORS POWER YOGA STUDIO, INC Braintree, MA 02184
Richard M. Lanza
Treasurer
OPEN DOORS SCHOOL OF ENERGY HEALING, INC 395 Washington St, Braintree, MA 02184
122 Lawnview Dr Braintree Ma 02184 Usa<Br/>122 Lawnview Dr, Braintree, MA 02184
Richard Lanza
Real property
OPEN DOORS YOGA FRANCHISING, LLC 395-A Washington St, Braintree, MA 02184
Massachusetts 02104
Richard Allan Lanza LORAIN COUNTY A.I.D.S. TASK FORCE
Richard Lanza
Principal
Cambridge SW, Inc 57 Kenwood St, Brookline, MA 02446
Richard C. Lanza
Director, Vice President
Broadway Premium Finance Co., Inc

Publications

Us Patents

Coded Aperture Imaging

US Patent:
6737652, May 18, 2004
Filed:
Sep 28, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/966357
Inventors:
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA
Roberto Accorsi - St. Davids PA
Francesca Gasparini - Milan,
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G01T 1164
US Classification:
25036306, 250237 R
Abstract:
Improved systems and methods for coded aperture imaging of radiation-emitting sources. According to one aspect, the present invention is directed to reducing and/or eliminating the artifacts that are inherent in previous near field coded aperture imaging systems such that the improved sensitivity and resolution of these systems can be practically utilized. A system and method of the present invention utilizes two projections of radiation from an object, the first through a first coded aperture mask pattern, and the second through a second coded aperture mask pattern, where a decoding array associated with the second mask pattern is the negative of a decoding array associated with the first mask pattern. Data from both projections is combined to produce a reconstructed object image that is substantially free of near-field artifacts. The present invention additionally relates to further improvements in the sensitivity and spatial resolution of coded aperture imaging applications.

Diagnostic X-Ray Imaging System

US Patent:
4135091, Jan 16, 1979
Filed:
Jun 20, 1977
Appl. No.:
5/808515
Inventors:
Richard C. Lanza - Cambridge MA
A. Robert Sohval - Cambridge MA
Assignee:
Butler-Newton, Inc. - Newton MA
International Classification:
G01T 100
US Classification:
250336
Abstract:
A radiation imaging system employs a superheated, superconducting colloid detector subjected to an external magnetic field so that the colloid grains are maintained in a metastable superconducting state in the absence of radiation. Intersecting sets of select wires are imbedded in the detector that divide the detector into volumetric resolution elements. Grains in each resolution element that absorb photons emanating from an object "flip" to the normal conducting state. By applying coincident currents to the select wires defining each element, a local magnetic field is produced that opposes the external field so that all the "flipped" grains are reset to the superconducting state. This produces a flux change proportional to the number of photons incident on that element which is sensed and used to develop an x-ray image of the object.

Radiation Imaging System

US Patent:
4126783, Nov 21, 1978
Filed:
May 25, 1977
Appl. No.:
5/800411
Inventors:
Richard C. Lanza - Cambridge MA
A. Robert Sohval - Cambridge MA
Assignee:
Butler-Newton, Inc. - Newton MA
International Classification:
G17
US Classification:
250336
Abstract:
A radiation imaging system employs a super-heated, super-conducting colloid detector subjected to an external magnetic field such that all the colloid grains are maintained in the metastable super-conducting state in the absence of radiation. Imbedded in the detector are intersecting helical sensing coils that divide the detector into volumetric resolution elements. The grains in each element that absorb x-ray or gamma ray photons emanating from an object make a transition to the normal conducting state thereby producing flux changes in the vicinities of the grains which induce signals in the coils defining the resolution element in which those grains are located. The number of signals from each element are accumulated separately and used to produce an image of the object.

Data Acquisition System For Radiographic Imaging

US Patent:
5090040, Feb 18, 1992
Filed:
Mar 10, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/321996
Inventors:
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA
Joseph R. Votano - Tewksbury MA
Tomas Russ - Brookline MA
Assignee:
Expert Image Systems, Inc. - Somerville MA
International Classification:
G01N 2304
H05G 164
G06F 1500
US Classification:
378 62
Abstract:
A data acquisition system is disclosed for use in radiographic imaging. The acquisition system includes at least two memory banks for storing radiographic data from a radiation detector, acquisition circuitry for sensing radiographic data when transmitted by the detector and for writing such data into one of the memory banks, and a controller for selecting a memory bank for storage of the data, and for switching from one memory bank to another, as well as for reading data from one or the other memory banks when such memory bank is not actively acquiring data.

Medical Gamma Ray Imaging

US Patent:
4485307, Nov 27, 1984
Filed:
Jan 27, 1982
Appl. No.:
6/343077
Inventors:
Louis S. Osborne - Lexington MA
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G01T 118
US Classification:
250385
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for determining the distribution of a position-emitting radioisotope into an object, the apparatus consisting of a wire mesh radiation converter, an ionizable gas for propagating ionization events caused by electrodes released by the converter, a drift field, a spatial position detector and signal processing circuitry for correlating near-simultaneous ionization events and determining their time differences, whereby the position sources of back-to-back collinear radiation can be located and a distribution image constructed.

Production Of Radioisotopes With A High Specific Activity By Isotopic Conversion

US Patent:
6208704, Mar 27, 2001
Filed:
Jul 15, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/354395
Inventors:
Lawrence M. Lidsky - Newton MA
Richard Lanza - Brookline MA
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G21G1/12
US Classification:
376156
Abstract:
An apparatus, and method, are disclosed for producing a high specific activity of a radioisotope in a single increment of target material, or sequentially within in-series increments of target material, by exposing a targeted isotope in the target material to a high energy photon beam to isotopically convert the targeted isotope. In particular, this invention is used to produce a high specific activity of Mo. sup. 99, of at least 1. 0 Ci/gm or preferably at least about 10. 0 Ci/gm, from Mo. sup. 100.

Coded Aperture Imaging

US Patent:
6205195, Mar 20, 2001
Filed:
Feb 26, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/258483
Inventors:
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G21G 106
G01T 100
US Classification:
376157
Abstract:
This invention provides coded aperture imaging apparatus and methods for the detection and imaging of radiation which results from nuclear interrogation of a target object. The apparatus includes: 1) a radiation detector for detecting at least a portion of the radiation emitted by the object in response to nuclear excitation and for producing detection signals responsive to the radiation; 2) a coded aperture disposed between the detector and the object such that emitted radiation is detected by the detector after passage through the coded aperture; and 3) a data processor for characterizing the object based upon the detection signals from the detector and upon the configuration of the coded aperture. The method includes the steps of: 1) disposing a coded aperture in selected proximity to the object; 2) bombarding the object with a interrogation beam from a source of excitation energy; 3) detecting, with a detector, at least a portion of the radiation emitted in response to the interrogation beam, the detector producing detection signals responsive to the radiation, the detector being disposed so that the coded aperture is between the detector and the object and such that emitted radiation is detected by the detector after passage through the coded aperture; and 4) processing the detection signals to characterize the object based upon radiation detected by the detector after passage through the coded aperture, and based upon the configuration of the coded aperture.

Production Of Radioisotopes With A High Specific Activity By Isotopic Conversion

US Patent:
5949836, Sep 7, 1999
Filed:
May 11, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/075808
Inventors:
Lawrence M. Lidsky - Newton MA
Richard Lanza - Brookline MA
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G21G 112
US Classification:
376156
Abstract:
An apparatus, and method, are disclosed for producing a high specific activity of a radioisotope in a single increment of target material, or sequentially within in-series increments of target material, by exposing a targeted isotope in the target material to a high energy photon beam to isotopically convert the targeted isotope. In particular, this invention is used to produce a high specific activity of Mo. sup. 99, of at least 1. 0 Ci/gm or preferably at least about 10. 0 Ci/gm, from Mol. sup. 100.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Neutrons, X Rays, And Gamma Rays: Imaging Detectors, Material Characterization Techniques, And Applications 21-22 July 1992 San Diego, California

Author:
Richard Lanza
ISBN #:
0819409103

Excel For Auditors

Author:
Richard Lanza
ISBN #:
1932802169

Proactively Detecting Occupational Fraud Using Computer Audit Reports

Author:
Richard B. Lanza
ISBN #:
0894135538

Essential Project Investment Governance And Reporting: Preventing Project Fraud And Ensuring Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance

Author:
Richard B. Lanza
ISBN #:
1932159266

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