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Nanhekhan, Kevin (author)
Amidst the rampant spread of misinformation, fact-checking of diverse claims made on the internet has become a pertinent task to mitigate this problem. Manual fact-checking cannot scale up with this demand and is very cumbersome, therefore instead automated fact-checking can be used. However, existing work has primarily focused on the fact...
master thesis 2024
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Regina Tania Tan, Regina (author)
The paper investigates the social production of space in Taman Anggrek Mall, a luxury mixed-use superblock built in 1996 in Jakarta, Indonesia, through social media narratives. Once the largest mall and home to the first ice rink in Southeast Asia, Taman Anggrek Mall was designed to embody modernity and the consumerist middle-class of 1990s...
student report 2024
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Rubio Agulló, Carlota (author)
The Dutch government's 2050 initiative to transition all buildings from natural gas to sustainable heat systems underscores the critical role of stakeholder alignment in energy transition projects. Despite its importance, existing literature lacks a comprehensive analysis of the mechanisms required for effective stakeholder collaboration in heat...
master thesis 2024
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Bansal, Vaibhav (author), Boersma, JP (author), Schotanus, Jelle (author), Stadtlander, W. (author), de Boer, A.M. (author)
There is an imbalance in the nitrogen cycle, mainly caused by an increasingly intensive agricultural sector. This leads to the degradation of nature and the loss of biodiversity. Measures have been taken at European level to reduce the amount of nitrogen emitted by the agricultural sector, but this has caused a backlash as farmers in many...
student report 2024
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van Alkemade, Ianthe (author)
This project responds to the increasing challenges in Dutch elderly care amid an undeniable ageing demographic. Between now and 2040, the number of individuals aged 80 and over will nearly double, and one in four people will need to work in the healthcare sector to satisfy the increasing demands. <br/><br/>The current system of elderly care is...
master thesis 2024
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Frangu, Alesia (author)
Infrastructure and urban development projects continue to experience problems and tensions when it comes to external stakeholders, even though the importance of collaboration and dialogue between the external stakeholders and project developers is being increasingly stressed. There seems to be a lack of supporting policy and management...
master thesis 2024
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van Baars, Chiel (author)
Heavy traffic in the city of Amsterdam has damaged the 17th-century bridges and quays over the past years. To prevent further damage and expand the lifespan of both existing and renovated structures, a maximum axle load of 7,5 tonnes is mandated in the city centre. Currently, the municipal waste collection department has a permanent exemption...
master thesis 2024
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Wu, Xinyue (author)
In case you feel confused, this is an architecture project based on research which in total took one year. The process was never linear, but the narrative has to be. <br/><br/>For the first six months I studied the essential values of collective housing in post war period, how they prompted to solve housing crisis and how they embraced the...
master thesis 2024
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Chiapperino, Luca (author), Sand, M. (author)
book chapter 2024
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Ton, D. (author), De Bruyn, Menno (author), Van Hagen, Mark (author), Duives, D.C. (author), van Oort, N. (author)
Mobility patterns and transport systems have been heavily impacted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Public transport is impacted heavily, as governments worldwide advised against using it. This paper presents the data collection effort initiated by NS (Dutch Railways) and Delft University of Technology to capture changes in travel behavior,...
journal article 2024
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Thonemann, Nils (author), Saavedra-Rubio, Karen (author), Pierrat, Eleonore (author), Dudka, Katarzyna (author), Bangoura, Mathilde (author), Baumann, Nils (author), Bentheimer, Christian (author), Caliandro, Priscilla (author), De Breuker, R. (author)
Hybrid-electric aircraft represent a promising solution for the urgent need to decarbonize short-haul flights and bolster aviation sustainability. Nevertheless, the realization of hybrid-electric aircraft demands rigorous environmental impact analysis, given the substantial investments, time, and research required for technology development....
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De Haas, Mathijs (author), Ecke, Lisa (author), Chlond, Bastian (author), Hoogendoorn-Lanser, S. (author), Vortisch, Peter (author)
Longitudinal travel surveys are needed to capture individual travel behaviour changes. Only two longitudinal tavel surveys of national relevance are currently in operation, the German Mobility Panel (MOP) since 1994 and the Netherlands Mobility Panel (MPN) since 2013. This paper provides an overview of both panels' differences and...
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Pearce, B.J. (author)
This piece elaborates on a ‘new way of thinking’ (Einstein, 1946) that would contribute to overcoming the challenge of climate change and its impacts. This ‘new way’ will have us go beyond using facts and figures alone to persuade and cajole. It will have us stretching our moral imagination (Johnson, 2016) and empathising with people very...
contribution to periodical 2024
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Leone, Nicola (author), Scozzari, Gitana (author), Olandese, Francesco (author), Horeman, T. (author), Passera, Roberto (author), Arezzo, Alberto (author), Morino, Mario (author)
Hospitals in Europe produce approximately 6 million tons of medical waste annually, about one-third of this originating in operating rooms. Most of it is solid waste, which can be recycled if bodily fluids do not contaminate it. Only 2–3% of hospital waste must be disposed of as infectious waste, and this is much lower than the 50–70% of...
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Röggla, Thomas (author), Shamma, David A. (author), Williamson, Julie R. (author), Viola, Irene (author), Rossi, Silvia (author), Cesar, Pablo (author)
In recent years, a large variety of online communication tools have emerged, including social Virtual Reality (VR) platforms for interacting in a virtual world with participants being represented as virtual avatars. Given their popularity, an active area of research focuses on improving the user experience in these virtual experiences. To...
conference paper 2024
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Lin, Emily (author)
This master's thesis investigates the demand for human empathy and understanding across cultures in Coeo, a technology-driven collection company. Debtors express a desire for a more personalized and respectful debt collection process in the Netherlands. Focusing on the challenges faced by disconnected short-term planners, particularly from the...
master thesis 2023
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Noorman, Julie (author)
In Kigali, Rwanda, urbanization and increased affluence will increase the amount of waste. Currently, there is no sustainable disposal of the waste, as unsorted waste is deposited in an unsanitary landfill, which is beginning to fill up. The Rwandan government aims to create a circular economy and tries to address waste management, but few...
master thesis 2023
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Muller, K. (author)
This thesis describes methods and first analyses to study the shape and motion of a large school of approximately 2000 Harengula clupeola (false herring) in three-dimensional space. This school of fish was present at the large-scale and publicly accessible ocean aquarium of the Rotterdam zoo, in the Netherlands known as Diergaarde Blijdorp, from...
doctoral thesis 2023
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van der Kamp, Iris (author)
The third version of the Green Deal Sustainable Healthcare 3.0 (GD3) in the Dutch elderly care sector represents a dynamic and shared governance model that promotes widespread participation and implementation of sustainability practices. The GD3 provides a blueprint for elderly care organisations to pursue sustainability goals, but its success...
master thesis 2023
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Menon, Megha (author)
The street is perhaps the most prosaic of the city’s public realm, allowing us to view the very ordinary practices of life and livelihood – a space to move or pause, to meet friends, post a letter, to buy goods and is composed of an amalgamation of rooms along it. Due to the possibility of maneuvering, it tends to exhibit the external spatial...
master thesis 2023
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