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Peretto, Marco (author)
Energy poverty, understood as a situation in which one household is not able to afford essential domestic energy services, is a phenomenon spread throughout Europe. In the following study, the Republic of Serbia will be considered specifically. The latter is, as other Western Balkan countries, affected by inefficient dwellings and housing...
master thesis 2022
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de Boer, Willemijn (author)
Due to the increasing amount of data processed within organizations, these organizations are increasingly experiencing shortcomings in their current monolithic data architectures and their capacity to facilitate these data operations. The particular limitations cause an increasing demand for a data architecture design that can address these...
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Bareman, Aart-Jan (author)
Technologies for Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) need to take <br/> into account local cost, usability and maintenance challenges, and ‘modular’ <br/> device designs can be one way of overcoming these challenges. However, <br/> despite research into the design advantages of these devices, the adoption<br/>challenges have not yet been...
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Azad, Hamza (author)
Rijkswaterstaat’s Storm Surge Barriers are expensive assets providing economic value with the expectation of future returns. The maintenance is executed by the asset management department, which aims at maximizing operability without sacrificing safety and reliability. However, regular maintenance becomes more stringent as circumstances change,...
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Ferrari, Gianmarco (author)
Blockchaintechnologyhasintroducedthepossibilitytoexchangevalueandinformationthroughtheinternet without the supervision or permission from any third party intermediary. While many private and public entities have seen this as a chance to increase their operational efficiency, other ventures have been utilizing this...
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Wassink, Mats (author)
<b>Background &amp; Objective</b>: The unprecedented value and long­term uncertainties of gene therapies have challenged established health technology assessment (HTA) methods. Real-world data (RWD) and real-world evidence (RWE) may mitigate the encountered uncertainties. However, empirical evidence appears to be lacking in the literature. This...
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Pragt, Femke (author)
Indonesia has set ambitious targets to increase renewable energy in the energy and electricity mix for 2025 and 2050. Solar photovoltaic (PV) is one of the renewable energy technology types that could play an important role in this transition, given the high resource potential compared to other countries and the global declining costs. The...
master thesis 2021
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Nguyen, Roland (author)
According to the Dutch Climate Agreement, each municipality has to formulate its heating transition vision strategy by the end of 2021. In the strategy, each municipality has to show how it will make its municipality natural gas-free, specifies the technology that will be implemented and describes the timeline for each of its neighborhoods. This...
master thesis 2021
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Sinha, Ayushi (author)
Due to increasing urbanisation, the basic necessities of housing demands are also on a rise. This leads to increase in construction activities and movement of construction vehicles to and from construction sites. However, the upcoming Green Deal 2025 policy would pose restrictions to the entry of construction vans, the most widely utilized...
master thesis 2021
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Julivius Prawira, Julivius (author)
Sanitation should be made accessible to everyone. It is fundamental for our dignity and privacy. As centralized government has been observed to be limited in addressing complex problems, many developing countries resorted to decentralization. In theory, decentralization can improve the provision of public goods and services, including sanitation...
master thesis 2021
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Hemelaar, Kato (author)
Onshore wind farms play an important role in realizing the 2030 climate targets. According to the Climate Agreement, onshore energy production should be increased to 35 TWh by 2030. This means that up to 600 additional wind turbines should be developed, which is a challenging task. The development of onshore wind farms often meets the resistance...
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van den Berg, Pepijn (author)
By design, excise duties are primarily a tax which serves to generate revenue for the central government. However, when they are placed on fuels they can, from a consumer point of view, be regarded as similar to carbon taxes. Carbon pricing, and carbon taxes in particular, are often championed by experts in relation to reducing carbon emissions....
master thesis 2021
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Naik, Madhumita (author)
Reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 is vital to limit global warming to 1.5◦C. Decarbonizing the heating sector that is globally responsible for half of total energy consumption is necessary to achieve climate-neutrality goals. The complex nature of the heating sector (characterized by variable market demands, and complicated stakeholder...
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Muhammad Sulthoanuddin Akbar, MUHAMMAD (author)
Within the Indonesian national road network, Bina Marga, assisted by regional offices (Balai), manage nearly 18,000 bridges scattered across 34 provinces. Maintaining its reliability is vital as inland transportation remains the most effective mobility means for ± 270 million inhabitants. Therefore, as a road service provider under the Ministry...
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BALAKRISHNAN SELVAKUMARAN, PRATHEEP KUMAAR (author)
The European Commission recently published a proposal for an Artificial Intelligence (AI) act that requires the development of trustworthy AI systems for European Union markets. The proposal clearly mentions that AI systems should make use of Explainable AI tools to increase transparency and interpretability.Financial institutions in the...
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Vannesya Harahap, Nesya (author)
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Vasilikos, Evangelos (author)
In recent years, there is growing evidence that global warming arises from human activities, and as a result, efforts are being made worldwide to ease the burden on the environment and avoid the worst consequences of climate change. One of the most important interventions is the decrease in carbon emissions from the energy sector. In the...
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Sridharan, Bharath Kumar (author)
The German automotive industry is world renowned for its monopoly in the luxury car market. With a prominent global presence, they are well known for their technological superiority (design, engines etc.). However recent trends in the automotive industry have put their monopoly in jeopardy. Firstly, Tesla’s success in the market with e-vehicles...
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Su, Kevin (author)
To protect critical services in today's society it is necessary to mitigate and prevent risks threatening the reliability of the internet. Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices are the number one attack target on the internet. The situation will become worse as there will be an expected 40 billion IoT devices in 2025. IoT bot activity represented 78%...
master thesis 2021
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Safwan Shurieh, Safwan (author)
In order to fight climate change, the EU is providing funds for knowledge development on water electrolysis technologies. Numerous projects have been funded so far, and an EU wide water electrolysis network has been formed, however, from an RTOs perspective, there is no overview of knowledge development and knowledge diffusion regarding the...
master thesis 2020
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