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Bruggink, Maude (author)
The number of cars is increasing in the Netherlands, while the need for space and environmental regulations is increasing as well. The need for new mobility solutions is high. A shared bicycle system could be an indirect solution to these problems, by strengthening the chain journey and getting more people out of their cars. This research uses a...
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Hilmy Hanif, Hanif (author)
The EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) proposed by the European Commission is a significant legislative effort to regulate AI systems. It is the first legal framework that specifically addresses the risks associated with AI systems, aiming to ensure their trustworthiness and alignment with the values enshrined in the Charter of the...
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van Dijk, Jolijn (author)
With the increasing transition to battery electric vehicles (EVs) and concerns about the capacity of the existing electrical infrastructure, the need for effective grid capacity management has become apparent. The V2X innovation, also known as bidirectional charging, has potential to enable EVs to interact with the electricity grid for various...
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Ravishankara, Amogh (author)
The aviation industry is one of the most challenging sectors to decarbonise. There is an urgent need to reduce emissions in order to meet its committed goal of achieving net-zero flying by 2050. Along with the existing and proposed decarbonization options such as electric aircraft, hydrogen fuel, and operational<br/>improvements, a hard-to-abate...
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Fehling, Anne (author)
Over the last 30 years, different technical and governmental developments have taken place in the Dutch hazardous materials pipeline infrastructure. These have changed the utilization and governance of the system, with the transport of natural gas being one of the most important during this timeframe. Due to the danger of the transported...
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van Spengler, Olivier (author)
Demand forecasting plays a critical role in organizational planning, encompassing inventory management, capacity allocation, and financial decision-making. However, achieving accurate forecasts can be challenging, particularly in industries characterized by high demand volatility, such as semiconductor assembly equipment manufacturing,...
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Arjun Santhosh, Arjun (author)
Amidst the burgeoning challenges of climate change, certain sectors, like the beer industry, find themselves at the forefront due to their dependence on climate-sensitive agricultural inputs. The changing climatic conditions not only influence the flavor profile but also the beer's accessibility, by affecting the quality and yield of essential...
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Gonzales Pecho, Hillary (author)
Climate change is a topic being addressed by many countries worldwide. One of the most recent treaties is the Paris Agreement signed in 2015 by 196 parties, where they agree on a common goal: restrict global warming to be climate-neutral by 2050. Peru by being one of the signing parties that played a relevant role before and during the Paris...
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Andeweg, Annelotte (author)
With the increasing need for entangling the complexity around worldwide crises and transitions, the transdisciplinary collaboration between governmental organisations, multidisciplinary academic institutions and companies is becoming increasingly crucial. Involving citizens within the policy-making processes regarding those crises and...
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Schmid, Jonathan (author)
The severity of climate change impacts various aspects of human life today, with projections of up to six degrees of global warming by 2100 if significant changes are not adopted. (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 2021). Among others, the energy supply cannot be solely fossil-based but need to adopt alternative ways of generation,...
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Will, Nicolas (author)
The transport sector is one of the most significant contributors to European GHG emissions and is expected to grow even further in the coming years. The target of the European Union to reduce transport-related GHG emissions by 55% by 2030 seems to be a challenging task, keeping in mind the projected growth rates of the sector. In order to...
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Roeleven, Iris (author)
In today’s world, the transport system is essential in helping people reach the activities they want or need to attend. However, like in many other fields, inequality can exist in access to various opportunities based on personal characteristics. Little is known about how gender and intersectional factors impact people's perceived accessibility....
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Zandstra, Joery (author)
Currently, the electricity grid in the Netherlands is reaching its capacity, resulting in congestion issues. One of the factors that causes the electricity grid to become overloaded is the increasing use of EVs (electric vehicles). A situation in which a large number of EV users in a certain area charge their EV at the same time can...
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de La Vega Bayma de Oliveira, Luisa (author)
Accessibility is a fundamental concept concerning urban and transport planning as it is the elementary basis for socio-economic development in cities. It can be described as the potential to reach spatially distributed opportunities. Recent research has identified that excluding person-based features from this analysis might cause inaccurate...
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Wong, Janet (author)
In the Netherlands, there has been a growing exposure of discriminatory practices across various domains. Notable instances such as the child benefit allowance scandal (referred to as the "toeslagen affaire") and concerns surrounding student allowance (DUO) have captured public attention. These problems are not confined to public domains;...
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Zwart, Maureen (author)
The Dutch first-line healthcare domain faces challenges arising from an ageing population and resource limitations, accentuating the need for an effective IT domain. Inadequate interoperability and data portability between information systems used by healthcare organisations in daily processes hinder patient treatment and innovation. This study...
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Korthals, Daniel (author)
The first registered infection with the COVID-19 virus occurred in China at the end of 2019. The virus spread all over the world, turning a single infection into a pandemic. Most countries implemented policies to limit the spread of the virus. In general, these policies can be divided into pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical interventions....
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Ikedo, Marvin (author)
Circular Economy (CE) aims to achieve sustainability through recycling, refurbishing, reusing, and other similar activities. Even though the concept of CE has gained considerable interest throughout the previous years and yielded significant research contributions, many critics stress the lack of incorporating ethical and social considerations...
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Kramer, Twan (author)
The Netherlands is dedicated to countering climate change, and a necessary approach is transitioning to renewable energy and promoting the electrification of the Dutch industry. However, this shift from a centralized to a decentralized energy system has led to grid congestion due to the existing grid structure designed for lower energy demand...
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Jaime Sanchez, Francisco Ángel (author)
This research illuminates the complexities of Virtual Reality (VR) technology adoption within the airline industry, with a specific emphasis on Air France-KLM. Despite VR's transformative potential and its increasing prevalence in various sectors, its adoption in the airline industry presents unique challenges. The central research question...
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