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Teodoro Morales, J.D. (author), Marselis, Suzanne (author), Maiello, A. (author), Häger, Achim (author)
The inclusion of social actors is widely acknowledged as a precondition for just and sustainable adaptation strategies to climate change. The integration of diverse types of scientific and local knowledge contributes to a better understanding of problems and increases the relevance of science at the local scale. In this study, we - an...
journal article 2024
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Franssen, Anneke (author)
Public cultural real estate is a type of real estate that is publicly accessible that beholds a (mix of) cultural function(s) such as libraries and cultural centres. Besides their primary function, e.g. lending books in the case of a library, they can also have the objective to behold an additional social function. Multiple cases in the...
master thesis 2023
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Granata, Rosalie (author)
As an introduction to this project its core is hereafter highlighted. The project aims to design a public condenser. This public condenser should focus on the Commons and therefore has to be designed for a community, providing collective resources needed in their society.<br/><br/>PROBLEM STATEMENT<br/><br/>Defining the focus group or community...
master thesis 2023
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Potok, Iga (author)
This paper has argued that the absence of inter-generational contact and a deficit of care-taking in communities leads to the societal exclusion of the elderly and increases the development of diseases such as Alzheimer’s, dementia and depression. Dementia is a pressing problem of our time. The number of people with dementia is constantly rising...
master thesis 2023
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Kos, Siem (author)
Social infrastructure is crucial in repairing the fractured societies of today. Fragmentation of lifestyles has resulted in limited social networks between people from different backgrounds. A robust social infrastructure is critical to provide social connections and prevent friction between social groups, especially in multicultural settings....
master thesis 2023
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Zhou, Y. (author), Daamen, W. (author), Vellinga, T. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Currently, the research on ship behavior during encounters focuses on evasive behavior during specific situations with existing risks of collision. However, the preliminary selection of encounters to refine the presented ship behavior is biased. To obtain a full understanding of all ship behavior during different encounters in ports and...
journal article 2023
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Liu, Kezhong (author), Wu, Xiaolie (author), Zhou, Y. (author), Yuan, Zhitao (author), Yang, Xing (author), Xin, Xuri (author), Zhuang, Sujie (author)
During the process of collision avoidance, especially in a multi-ship encounter situation, the dynamic interactions among individual ships impose a significant impact on collision avoidance decision-making. It is imperative, therefore, that collision avoidance decisions are formulated with a comprehensive consideration of not only the current...
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Lê, Veronique (author)
The studio “Designing for Care – towards an inclusive living environment” which focuses on the future perspective for elders in need of care. Aging society, political changes within the healthcare system and the perception towards aging have led to my graduation topic: Bridging the gap – connected by meeting. The cur-rent way of building for...
master thesis 2022
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Formsma, Annebel (author)
This master thesis explores the notion of social space by searching for ways of how architectural elements can encourage social behavior in the public domain. Both spatial planning and architecture offer us places for encounters, freedom and creation. Architecture has therefore an important social task, it gives meaning to a place and can...
master thesis 2022
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Wadi, Sawa (author)
The project discusses the topic on how to design within inner cities where there is an enormous lack of building ground. Cities must densify throughout the years. To successfully achieve this, architects could expand on top of existing buildings. By building stories on top of existing buildings architects could extend the lifespan of buildings...
master thesis 2022
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Lohmeijer, Lieke (author)
Since the industrialization, the institutionalization of society has caused the segregation of age groups. In 1981 sociologist Martin Kohli introduces the principle of ‘chronologization’ that explains varying periods in peoples life according to the activity that is then most practised: education for the young, work for adults who are not old...
master thesis 2022
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He, Zhibo (author), Liu, Chenguang (author), Chu, Xiumin (author), Negenborn, R.R. (author), Wu, Qing (author)
For the complex multi-ship encounter scenarios, this article proposes a dynamic collision avoidance path planning algorithm based on the A-star algorithm and ship navigation rules, namely Dynamic Anti-collision A-star (DAA-star) algorithm. A dynamic search mechanism of the DAA-star algorithm considering time factors is designed to enable the...
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Esnaf-Uslu, P. (author), Desmet, P.M.A. (author), Schifferstein, Hendrik N.J. (author)
This article introduces the concept of mood sensitivity: a service agent's ability to detect mood during service encounters and customize their interaction style accordingly, with the purpose of improving service encounters as a whole. We report on an experience sampling study that explored the role that mood plays in service provision....
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Riccio, Andrea (author)
This thesis describes the design journey that resulted in a post-pandemic vision for distributed teams and the development of a concept to fulfil the lack of spontaneous encounters in hybrid working environments. The research follows two different approaches, the double-diamond and the Dive method and includes extensive literature review, remote...
master thesis 2021
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Zhen, Suihao (author)
Urban voids are the indispensable configurations within the urban environment. They should be recognized as distinct spatial entities within the cities and also in the sense of human culture, as the holder of the memory and historical layering of the life of the city. The project mainly focuses on the current urban conditions happening in...
master thesis 2021
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Hulsbosch, Jasper (author)
Current elderly housing in the Netherlands is not suited for the needs of the elderly. There is not one type of elderly, but many, all with different needs. A problem lies with one of the groups: anonymous elderly. Even though socially isolated elderly think they are happy, social isolation causes stress and therefore health-related problems....
master thesis 2021
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Kronmüller, Linda (author)
Belgrade is a city in the Balkan peninsula and has hosted different Empires through the centuries which formed a vivid cultural heritage. When thinking about a possible future identity, the city must cope with its complex history, present memories alive in the city and a range of different narratives that interweave with selfsame. Looking for a...
master thesis 2021
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Pokorny, Petr (author), Skender, Belma (author), Bjørnskau, Torkel (author), Hagenzieker, Marjan (author)
Introduction: Increasing numbers of deployment projects of automated shuttles have been taking place worldwide. Safety is one of the main concerns for their successful implementation. Therefore, it is vital to gain the knowledge about interactions between these shuttles and other traffic participants. Method: Given the lack of behavioural...
journal article 2021
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Meisel, Leonie (author)
The graduation project is a playground in and around the former Post Office of Skopje which is composed of three main elements. Firstly, the terrain of the complex is divided into four main fields, which vary from their immediate surroundings towards the city. Furthermore, the element of the bridge, which grows with its tentacles into these...
master thesis 2020
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Di Savino, Antonella (author), Foerster, Johannes M. (author), la Haye, D. (author), Blok, Anneloes (author), Timmer, Monika (author), Ullmann, G. Matthias (author), Ubbink, M. (author)
Electrostatic interactions can strongly increase the efficiency of protein complex formation. The charge distribution in redox proteins is often optimized to steer a redox partner to the electron transfer active binding site. To test whether the optimized distribution is more important than the strength of the electrostatic interactions, an...
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