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Leijten, Effie (author)
In the ever-changing landscape of the 21st century, complex issues like climate change demand holistic solutions. However, traditional scientific approaches often fall short by employing reductionism, breaking problems into isolated parts. This executive summary introduces a thesis that calls for a shift towards a more holistic and...
master thesis 2023
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Joosten, Karlijn (author)
Research on the possibilities to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the Operating Room (OR) is rising, although there is no implementation yet. AI-assisted monitoring could provide support to anesthesia assistants in their task of patient monitoring, by making predictions on the future occurrence of deviating events in the vital parameter...
master thesis 2022
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Besseling, Diede (author)
This thesis has been written to conclude the master’s programs Design for Interaction and Communication Design for Innovation. The focus of this thesis is on the digital transformation within the de Volkskrant organisation and was commissioned by DPG Media, de Volkskrant’s parent company. <br/>Since the digital transformation started, de...
master thesis 2022
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van Liemt, Julia (author)
A fair part of the surface of the Netherlands consists of peat grounds. A large part of these grounds is used for livestock farming. However, the peat needs to be dried to prevent cows and other cattle from sinking with their hooves into the soft, wet peat. This drying starts a process called oxidation. This reaction with oxygen in the air and...
master thesis 2021
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Ugnat, Diana (author)
This research looks at Gele Scheikunde - a TU Delft chemistry department building constructed in 1945. The complex served for educational purposes until 2012 and then was sold by TU for redevelopment.<br/>The ambition of the city of Delft is to increase the housing stock, furthermore, the number of TU campus users has grown significantly in...
master thesis 2021
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Haringa, Jaap (author)
The intermodal transportation transport is used to ship goods from A to B all over the world using different modes of transportation. The intermodal freight relies on the use of standardized containers for this transport. All empty containers need to be shipped back to the areas where there is a demand for empty containers. Since a standard...
master thesis 2021
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van der Kroft, Sander (author)
Millions of people around the world rely on kidney dialysis to replace the essential function of their kidneys. In order to receive dialysis, adequate access to the circulation is needed. The golden standard, the Arteriovenous Fistula (AVF), hasn’t really changed since the 1940’s and comes with disappointing patency and reintervention rates....
master thesis 2021
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D Coutho, Juan (author)
In recent years, the amount of resources consumed and the waste generated by the built environment has been growing at an alarming rate. The impacts of this are seen within our environment and felt by many. It can be said that the need to achieve circularity within the built environment is at its peak right now. Within the construction industry,...
master thesis 2020
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van Bergen, Anne (author)
Participatory processes have become unexceptional in Dutch planning. Due to the communicative turn in urban planning, collaborative planning moved up on the local and national government agenda: in 2021 the new environmental act will come into place, which firmly encourages participation in an early stage of the process. Within those...
master thesis 2019
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van Merle, Oukje (author)
Connectivity within residential diversity is seen of high importance in current times of increasing polarization around economic and ethnic diversity. Due to an (1) erosion of institutions such as family and churches, (2) an increase of homogeneous networks, (3) a rise of urban places without clear links to each other, and (4) an upcoming...
master thesis 2019
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Verbruggen, Koen (author)
Policymakers and literature have expressed the need for a visual and tangible manner of mapping circular value, the progress towards a fully circular economy and the presence of materials (material passport) in public space. Several initiatives exist for the measurement of circular progress. However, none have explicitly aimed towards the urban...
master thesis 2019
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Huizing, Denise (author)
This research aims to gain a deeper understanding on the financial, legal, organisational and technical considerations regarding the application of product-service systems. The goal is to identify how these characteristics could be implemented in project delivery methods to contribute to a circular economy. This design-based research is carried...
master thesis 2019
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Albeda, Laurien (author)
Algorithms are all around us. Based on large amounts of data and through automated decision-making processes, they increasingly exercise power over us. As a way of governing this power, we should be able to hold these algorithms and those responsible for implementing them accountable. This research posed the following research question: How can...
master thesis 2018
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Bohm, Nina (author)
New ideas and innovation are the fuel to the modern knowledge economy. The university has for centuries been part of the innovation system responsible for the development of new ideas. Today, the interdisciplinary character and complexity of societal issues makes that there is a need for new methods to support innovation development at...
master thesis 2017
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Hackauf, U.D. (author)
Over the last centuries, the global food system has managed to provide a growing global population with more and better food. Yet, the system is criticised for its negative effects, like increasing food miles, monocultures, a lack of transparency and poor animal welfare. The recent trend to farm more food in an around cities (urban and peri...
journal article 2015
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Rahimi, E. (author)
The purpose of our research was to develop a PLE (personal learning environment) design framework for workplace settings. By doing such, the research has answered this research question, how should a technology-based personal learning environment be designed, aiming at supporting learners to gain control over their learning at the workplace? We...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Minkman, E. (author)
The Dutch water management system is confronted with a lack of awareness among citizens and further faces the consequences of climate change and urbanisation. New governance structures with high levels of citizen participation are required to be fit for the future. An implementation of participation could be citizen science, which is rather...
master thesis 2015
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Postma, A.M. (author)
In the current information age the Internet allows us to gather and analyze more data than ever which can easily lead to a persons’ cognitive limits. With data visualization one could relieve cognitive load, which means that the analysts will have more cognitive power to think about patterns or relations within the dataset. In this study, Design...
master thesis 2014
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Rahimi, E. (author), Van den Berg, J. (author), Veen, W. (author)
Implementing personal learning environments (PLEs) in educational settings is a challenging and complex process. Teachers as the main agents of change in their classroom settings need support in designing and implementing these new learning environments and integrating them into the educational process. In this paper, we propose a model to...
journal article 2013
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Van der Meij, M.G. (author)
This is a research and design graduation project for the Master-education tracks Integrated Product Design and Science Communication TU Delft, with a Sustainability-annotation (TiSD). The client of this project is Euro RSCG Bikker, a consultancy with the proposition ‘committed to trust’. The Bikker-consultants develop products and services in...
master thesis 2010
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