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van der Kraan, Frenk (author)
Gaining insights into anticipated future expenses is essential for both the planning and construction phases of a project. A significant factor in future costs, particularly over extended periods, is the variability of material and labor prices. the change in costs over time, known as ’cost escalation,’ has been the focus of numerous research...
master thesis 2024
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PATEL, himanshu (author)
Equalized involvement of stakeholders in decision-making processes (DMP) allows them to achieve a balanced outcome, when aiming to create value for each participant. However, as the number of stakeholders increases, traditional methods of interactive engagement become more complex, often leading to unbalanced solutions. Identifying such balanced...
master thesis 2023
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Bissumbhar, Josephine (author)
In a rapidly evolving digital landscape, where information is the currency of progress, universities play a vital role in fostering innovation, research, and knowledge dissemination. However, this invaluable role also exposes universities to significant cybersecurity challenges. Cybersecurity is an increasingly important topic for organisations...
master thesis 2023
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Gaalswijk, Jonathan (author)
Critical infrastructures, such as the energy sector, are vital for the proper functioning of society. It is crucial to protect these infrastructures against cyberattacks on their operational technology, ensuring their operational performance, and safeguarding energy safety. There is a lack of existing research on improving cybersecurity in...
master thesis 2023
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Ayaydin, Suzan (author)
Food safety inspections play an important role in the safety of consumers of food products. Even though food safety regulations have disciplinary power over food-related businesses, inspections are needed to ensure that regulations are followed for the well-being of consumers. Traditionally inspections did not have a goal of targeting higher...
master thesis 2023
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Glaser, Michael (author)
Currently, the Dutch National Police are looking to optimize resource allocation and decision-making through the measurement of the concept: “safety.” However, the measurement of safety does not have a universally defined method in the branch of policing and security. Qualitative data collection methods are being increasingly implemented in...
master thesis 2023
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Abel, Quincy (author)
The modern power grid is becoming more susceptible to cyber-attacks due to an increase in digitalization, leading to a larger attack surface for malicious actors to attack. Such attacks on critical infrastructure could lead to partial power outages, minor societal disruption, or in the worst-case scenario, a rolling black-out in which the entire...
master thesis 2023
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Aantjes, Julian (author)
The Dutch railway transport system is a system of systems and also a sociotechnical system that will migrate to a radio-based signalling standard ERTMS (European Rail Traffic Management System). ERTMS will influence the train drivers and dispatchers the most, especially due to the introduction of the signalling and control element of ERTMS: the...
master thesis 2022
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Pieksma, Olivier (author)
This research explores the effects different cooperation levels between countries have on water resources from a shared river. The water resources that are taken into account are: hydro electricity generated per dam, water that flows to the environment per dam, and irrigation water per station. The Zambezi river basin is selected as study area...
master thesis 2022
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Joseph, Reshma (author)
Ransomware attacks based on social engineering have been increasing since COVID-19. Attackers have commonly used phishing as a social engineering technique to deploy a ransomware attack. Critical infrastructures such as hospitals have been the common target of these attacks due to hospitals’ sudden increase in digitization and interconnectivity,...
master thesis 2022
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van de Loo, Koen (author)
Within the Netherlands, the building industry is startled every couple of years by an impactful structure collapse. Even though over the years, a large amount of structural failure investigation reports and studies have provided abundant lessons, regulations, and good practices, structural failures still occur occasionally. The question arises...
master thesis 2022
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van de Weijer, Teun (author)
master thesis 2022
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Wienk, Tijmen (author)
Although inland waterways (IWW) are considered one of the most reliable transport modes, it is very vulnerable to climate change, more than other transport modes such as rail and road transport. The inland waterway transport (IWT) performance strongly depends on the available water depth in the waterway, which is related to the river discharge....
master thesis 2021
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van den Bulk, Marion (author)
The floods of 1953, 1993, 1995, 2021 and the almost flood in Rivierenland show that floods have major consequences. Before a flood people can evacuate preventively or vertical and during a flood people can flee, being rescued or permanently stay behind. This research focuses on fleeing and being rescued to a safe region. The research question is...
master thesis 2021
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Sluiter, Tim (author)
The Dutch government provides a calculation method to determine the risks to society outside the boundaries of institutions handling Dangerous Goods (the risk affecting External Safety). The current method to calculate the risk affecting External Safety for train marshalling yards is deterministic, outdated, and not transparent. This thesis aims...
master thesis 2021
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Wegdam, Jeroen (author)
Crossings are important yet vulnerable parts of a railway network. This warrants that, in the Netherlands (a country with high traffic loads), crossing geometry is measured twice per year by dedicated measurement vehicles. This produces so much (point cloud) data that prioritizing and predicting is not possible by hand. It can be done by...
student report 2021
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Dannenberg, Paul (author)
Evacuation is a tool to minimise the loss of life and economic damages in flood (threat) scenarios. There is currently little data available on mass evacuation in the Netherlands to calibrate existing models or to develop new insights. This thesis aims to improve the methods used in the Netherlands to estimate the effectiveness of evacuation...
master thesis 2020
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Potter, Max (author)
The ammunition domain is very fragmented and people within the Ministry of Defence often make the assumption that people from the different branches of the Armed Forces think differently about safety and its priority in making decisions for military operations. So far however it is unknown how the people in the ammunition chain think about...
master thesis 2019
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Adjodha, Sharwan (author)
In the coming decades, more frequent and more extensive climate disasters such as coastal and river floods, droughts, extreme weather, and wildfires can be expected worldwide. Innovations will be required to face this grand challenge. The BRIGAID project developed a methodology consisting of a Test- and Implementation Framework and a set of...
master thesis 2019
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Tjon, Clifford (author)
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to add to the existing body of knowledge and increase the understanding of the contribution of current smart emergency applications to the facility manager with the focus on required information during building fire emergency response operations. Design/methodology/approach – Semi-structured interviews with...
master thesis 2019
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