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Yska, Stijn (author)
As global climate change concerns intensify, the search for renewable-based alternatives to products and processes that rely on fossil fuels becomes ever more important. A process that has been championed is the co-electrolysis of carbon dioxide and water, under the supply of renewable energy, via high-temperature solid oxide electrolyser...
master thesis 2022
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van Overhagen, Rasmus (author)
This research booklet can be read along the film: In Transit: An Exploration into Subway Space, as an experimental study into the everyday experience of architecture. The film, story and essays are an attempt to better understand the relationship between architecture and human life and to question the way the subject of architecture can be...
master thesis 2022
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Nespeca, V. (author), Comes, M. (author), Brazier, F.M. (author)
Agent-based models (ABM) for policy design need to be grounded in empirical data. While many ABMs rely on quantitative data such as surveys, much empirical research in the social sciences is based on qualitative research methods such as interviews or observations that are hard to translate into a set of quantitative rules, leading to a gap in...
conference paper 2022
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Akan, Melek (author)
Robotic delivery services can provide contactless delivery, a highly sought-after service under mandates of social distancing since the coronavirus pandemic has arisen. With the rise of autonomous delivery robots, humans' and robots' collaborative existence has become a crucial topic to be discussed. This graduation project aimed to explore the...
master thesis 2021
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Plugge, A.G. (author), Nikou, S. (author)
To increase organizational responsiveness, firms nowadays seek various approaches in delivering global shared business services. Today, global operating firms apply a plural sourcing model that consists of both in-house and outsourced business services. As such, service governance is needed to manage interdependencies between vendors, both in...
conference paper 2021
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van Nifterik, Wies (author)
The COVID-19 pandemic had a major impact on the daily routines of families in the Netherlands. From March 2020, strict measures were taken by the government to prevent the spread of the virus; The Dutch population was under quarantine. This caused many changes in the everyday life of families. Using an exploratory process with six families,...
master thesis 2020
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Kloeke, Jesper (author)
In 2014 Hietanen envisioned Mobility as a Service (MaaS), which is a global hype ever since. The relatively new mobility concept, MaaS, is suggested to meet the mobility needs of the end-users in a sustainable, affordable and user’s flexible manner (MaaS Alliance, 2019). Even though the MaaS sympathizers claim an improvement for the travelers...
master thesis 2020
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Cleto Carneiro, Henrique (author)
Authors associate the PMO with an increase in the success rate of projects, reduce overall costs, and delivery time. Which explains why firms replicate and modify it while adopting project-based structures and strategies. PMOs in different organizations hold little similarities with each other. Staffing the PMO is an overhead cost to projects,...
master thesis 2020
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Zeeuwe, Daan (author)
Biologically plausible representations have been found to emerge in particular recurrent neural networks when training on path-integration [1, 2]. This report explores factors influencing the occurrence of entorhinal-like representations in recurrent neural networks. Reproducing simplified models from existing studies and created a hybrid model...
master thesis 2019
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Duffhues, Gijs (author)
The Dutch government has set the goal for the Dutch housing stock to be independent of gas by 2050. The funding for the needed energy efficiency retrofits is a bottleneck in the process. Owner occupiers within condominium associations come across many barriers in the application process for funding. One of which is the lack of a well suited...
master thesis 2019
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Potemans, Astrid (author)
A circular economy has gained attention as a potential solution to the tension between the increasing demand for and the limited supply of materials. The construction industry consumes a great amount of global resources and generates a great amount of waste, and can contribute to the shift towards a circular economy by means of a more circular...
master thesis 2017
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de Waart, M.A. (author)
The city of Amsterdam has been growing and it continues to grow. While both the amount of visitors and the amount of residents continues to grow, the amount of public space stays approximately the same. This has led to an increasing pressure on livability, accessibility, and public space. Pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers alike often face the...
master thesis 2017
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