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Janssen, Donna (author), Kapper, Hannah (author), Smulders, Lisa (author), Prins, Pepijn (author), Krans, Berend (author), Lagerwey, Stijn (author)
The Hai Phong region is undergoing transformative changes through a Masterplan aimed at enhancing financial stability and improving the quality of life for the local community. A significant component of this Masterplan involves the construction of two new port terminals close to the mangroves of Do Son, a small town southeast of Hai Phong....
student report 2023
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Li, Fanyuan (author)
Over development of the past three decades, control systems in automobiles have undergone a significant transformation, shifting from mechanical devices to a multitude of interconnected computers that oversee sensors, drivers, and passengers. In today's modern vehicles, 50-80 independent computers, commonly referred to as Electronic Control...
master thesis 2023
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Hoftijzer, J.W. (author), Keyson, D.V. (author)
Today's global context of mass-produced items has resulted in an increasing 'distance', or alienation, between people and the origins of the items they buy and use: an unhealthy human-product relationship. This observation permits the search for an alternative interpretation of well-being: a transformation that would support resilience and...
journal article 2023
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John, Tumaini Wambua (author), Sušnik, Janez (author), Masia, Sara (author), Jewitt, G.P.W. (author)
The intricate connections between water, land, food, energy, and climate change require a multicentric approach to evaluating the trade-offs and synergies needed to achieve sustainable development. For example, the amount of water required in irrigated agriculture, consumptive water uses, and hydro-power production can potentially lead to...
journal article 2023
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Sharma, Bhawana (author), Sharma, Lokesh (author), Lal, C. (author), Roy, Satyabrata (author)
Internet of Things (IoT) applications are growing in popularity for being widely used in many real-world services. In an IoT ecosystem, many devices are connected with each other via internet, making IoT networks more vulnerable to various types of cyber attacks, thus a major concern in its deployment is network security and user privacy. To...
journal article 2023
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Rademakers, Quinten (author)
Job scheduling is the process where jobs are arranged in a specific sequence. This process has always been a crucial subject for companies in numerous industries. A company could significantly improve its business performance if the scheduling process is not performed optimally. As companies and products become more and more data-driven, new...
master thesis 2021
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Wu, C. (author), Pan, W. (author), Sun, Guanghui (author), Liu, Jianxing (author), Wu, Ligang (author)
This paper investigates the problem of optimal tracking control for cyber-physical systems (CPS) when the cyber realm is attacked by denial-of-service (DoS) attacks which can prevent the control signal transmitting to the actuator. Attention is focused on how to design the optimal tracking control scheme without using the system dynamics and...
journal article 2021
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Siddiqi, M.A. (author), Serdijn, W.A. (author), Strydis, C. (author)
The wireless capabilities of modern Implantable Medical Devices (IMDs) make them vulnerable to security attacks. One prominent attack, which has disastrous consequences for the patient’s wellbeing, is the battery Denial-of-Service attack whereby the IMD is occupied with continuous authentication requests from an adversary with the aim of...
journal article 2020
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Romero Valdes Victoria, Daniela (author)
This project focuses on the integration of User Research in a Qualitative approach into an Agile work environment by conducting an in-house Case Study with Werkspot (Home improvement platform in the Netherlands). Customer expectations have hit an all-time high globally (Salesforce Research 2018) and as such, companies are expected to provide...
master thesis 2019
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Collins, Amy (author)
Most cardiac arrests happen within the home and only 10% of these victims will survive. If a victim can receive CPR within the first 6 minutes of a cardiac event then their chances of survival increase to 45%.<br/><br/>LivisOra helps you prepare for this moment. Ora is a CPR training aid that assists anyone to master chest compressions and...
master thesis 2018
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Anema, Tiemen (author)
The countryside of Northeast Groningen (NL) is radically and silently changing. Demographic shrinkage, digitalization in agriculture and the arise of new big typologies as windturbines, datacenters and mega farms are transforming the countryside of Groningen into a desolate production landscape.<br/><br/>The research is concerned how the...
master thesis 2018
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Wajwakana, Randy (author)
Electroluminescence is light emission of phosphor when it is placed in a strong electric field. This field is created by placing a dielectric (non conductive) layer between two electrodes. The field strength is affected by the voltage, distance between electrodes and the dielectric properties of the dielectric layer.<br/>Current do-it-yourself ...
master thesis 2017
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Pronk, Arno (author), Luo, Peng (author), Li, Q. (author), Sanders, F.C. (author), Overtoom, M.E. (author), Coar, Lancelot (author)
There has been a long tradition in making ice structures, but the development of technical improvements for making ice buildings is a new field with just a handful of researchers. Most of the projects were realized by professors in cooperation with their students as part of their education in architecture and civil engineering. The following...
conference paper 2017
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Ravi, Siddharth (author)
This project addresses a fundamental problem faced by many reinforcement learning agents. Commonly used reinforcement learning agents can be seen to have deteriorating performances at increasing frequencies, as they are unable to correctly learn the ordering of expected returns for actions that are applied. We call this the disappearing...
master thesis 2017
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Cleveringa, Enno (author)
SCOPE - Design thinking is the most used method of design within the faculty of design engineering. Design thinking methodology has three pillars, technical feasibility, user desirability and business viability. Every designer should design on the limits of new technology, make products that people want to use, all while maintaining a feasible...
master thesis 2017
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Majumdar, P. (author), Karana, E. (author), Ghazal, Sabrin (author), Sonneveld, M.H. (author)
A growing number of scholars argue that understanding how people experience materials in products, i.e. Materials Experience, is essential in<br/>designing meaningful material applications. Material Driven Design (MDD) has been developed as the method to understand these experiential traits<br/>of materials and embed them in the design process....
conference paper 2017
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van der Voordt, Theo (author), Jensen, Per Anker (author), Hoendervanger, Jan Gerard (author), Bergsma, Feike (author)
This paper presents a new Value Adding Management (VAM) model that aims to support decision makers in identifying appropriate interventions in buildings, other facilities and services that add value to the organisation, to manage its implementation, and to measure the output and outcomes. The paper builds on value adding management theories and...
journal article 2016
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van der Voordt, Theo (author), Jensen, Per Anker (author), Hoendervanger, Jan Gerard (author), Bergsma, Feike (author)
This conference paper presents a new Value Adding Management model that aims to support decision makers in identifying appropriate interventions to add value to the organisation, to manage its implementation, and to measure the output and outcomes. The paper builds on value adding management theories and models including the triplet input...
conference paper 2016
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Saunders-Smits, Gillian (author), Schuurman, M.J. (author), Rans, C.D. (author)
When teaching Engineering to students it is important that we not only teach about<br/>how to engineer new things but also look at the failures and performance problems<br/>from an engineering point-of-view. The field that studies this part of engineering is<br/>known as Forensic Engineering. The American Society of Civil Engineers defines this...
conference paper 2016
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Tas, M.I. (author)
Demographics and the increase in welfare will double the nutritional demands in the coming decades. At the same time, the amount of arable land and other resources are becoming scarce. The question of how to feed the future world population is becoming more urgent. Hydroponics, a method of growing plants without soil, could be one of the answers...
master thesis 2015
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