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van Ruiten, Martijn (author)
The current approach in the shipping industry by the use of highly toxic coating systems is harmful for our inland waterways and oceans, does not benefit the public health and is very undesirable for all aquatic organisms on our planet.
Almost every vessel today uses a toxic coating system which releases toxic compounds continually into our...
bachelor thesis 2019
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Fattah, Jino (author)
Cities are attracting people increasingly because of the work opportunities, universities and wide range of facilities. It is estimated that the world population will grow up to 10 billion people by 2050 with the majority living in cities. In Europe 80% of the population will live in cities by that time (Food and Agriculture Organization of the...
master thesis 2019
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Zhu, Yuge (author)
One-third of the food produced is wasted while the demand for food is increasing worldwide. The food supply in the consumption phase is not only the last chain but also wastes the most. Yet the majority of residents in the Netherlands have still underestimated this number. Therefore, the design aims at recycling and reusing the food waste on the...
master thesis 2019
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Meijboom, Jurriaan (author)
Food waste is an increasing problem worldwide. Around one third of all produced food is estimated to end up as waste. This has big environmental and economic consequences. In literature, little is known about the causes of waste, its key performance indicators and how to reduce it. Some root causes were found, but none were quantitatively...
master thesis 2019
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van Dijk, Attila (author)
This graduation report describes the motivation and processing that resulted in the Zesturn. The product is designed to make vegetable trimmings and leftovers, which are otherwise discarded, directly available for cooking in Dutch family households. The Zesturn facilitates this through converting vegetable scraps into powders that can be...
master thesis 2018
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Crouwel, Dominique (author)
This paper deals with the food flow for intercontinental KLM flights. The aim of this research is to design a framework to optimize the processes of food assembly and subsequently apply the framework to increase the throughput time at the intercontinental department of KLM Catering Services. A discrete event simulation model is created to...
master thesis 2018
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Browning, Graham (author)
Cities account for approximately 75% of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. This, along with the fact that cities also account for 75% of natural resource consumption and 50% of global waste production, makes urbanization a world-wide issue (Sukhdev, Vol, Brandt, & Yeoman, 2017). Additionally, the widely-practiced urban linear economic structure...
master thesis 2018
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Brus, Anne (author)
The world will become more and more pressed to deliver healthy and sustainable food to the population. However, to achieve the next step in innovation more holistic solutions need to be designed to have an impact on the whole food chain. These observations resulted in the first steps to build a Food Innovation Network in 2018. This thesis...
master thesis 2018
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Daalder, Mees (author)
In the Spring of 2019, Museum het Prinsenhof Delft will present the Mojo
Backstage exhibition, celebrating the 50th birthday of Mojo Concerts. In this
exhibition, the visitor will learn about the developments Mojo has brought
to the world of music, and experience what it is like to be at a festival. Over
the years, festival food...
master thesis 2018
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Breuer, Carola (author)
This graduation project focuses on blissful eating experiences in the home context. After research on positive psychology and factors contributing to blissful eating, a positive design approach was applied to design concepts that assist people in savouring their home eating experience in order to enable blissful eating.

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master thesis 2018
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Januar, Rizky (author)
The need for water, energy, and food resources is central to human being. Demand of these resources will increase as global population increases. By 2050 it is expected that combination of population growth and economic development will lead to 50% increase of global water and food demand, while energy demand will be doubled. Addressing...
master thesis 2018
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Middeldorp, Laura (author)
The method of pairwise comparisons is a method that is commonly used in psychology to model human preferences for a set of objects. In a pairwise comparison experiment, the preferences of a sample are obtained by comparing the objects in pairs. Each individual in the sample judges every possible pair of objects and expresses which of the two...
bachelor thesis 2018
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S, Niroopa (author)
Among the several events that have shaped UK’s present , the British colonial empire could be one of the most significant ones. With the North Sea as Britains new passage to the world the British thalassocracy created one of the biggest colonial empires that lasted over three centuries. At its colonial peak, the imperial empire had occupied 24%...
master thesis 2018
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van Koten, Gjalt (author)
The thesis focusses on the architectural investigation of modern food production techniques. Feeding our cities becomes an increasing train on our environment and our society has never been as much disconnected from the origins of the nutrition as in our current time.

The thesis proposes a food production laboratory at the border of...
master thesis 2018
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Einert, Maximilian (author)
This research and design thesis addresses the transition towards a post-capitalistic economy and explores a corresponding spatial development perspective for Leipzig (Germany) and its hinterland. The starting point of this project is the theoretical assumption that there is a mutual relation between spatial and economic development.
From...
master thesis 2018
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Tzavella, Ioanna (author)
The studio that I chose to participate was ‘Dutch Housing: Stronghold Amsterdam’. The topic of this studio as mentioned in its studio manual concerns problems with ecology, climate, overpopulation, mass-migration, a shifting global power balance, changing demographics, etc., cities like Amsterdam will face in the future. But the question is: how...
master thesis 2018
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Boumann, Quinten (author)
Amsterdam is like many other cities facing several problems in the coming future. For my graduation project especially two project are important.

Firstly, our food system is under a lot of pressure. Worldwide we are not able to feed the global population. On a smaller scale the population of cities is growing due to urbanization. The...
master thesis 2018
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Tolonen, Ella (author)
The research studies the Dutch meat substitution sector from an innovation perspective by applying theories from the field of sustainability transition studies: functions of innovation systems theory and multilevel perspective. This is done in order to gain in-depth knowledge on how the development of the Dutch meat substitute innovations system...
master thesis 2018
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Sircar, Piyali (author)
In this project I demonstrate how the world could have been different by portraying alternate historical realities, centered around food, to stimulate my audience to think about the choices they have in the present. The objective is to empower my audience to make mindful food choices today. The final outcome of this project is four stories and...
master thesis 2018
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Steenkamp, Rosa (author)
By the year 2050, this planet will house nine billion people. The Dutch population is expected to increase from 16,3 million in 2018 to 17,6 million people in 2050.

The current ‘foodprint’ of Amsterdam is not sustainable and will not provide the solution to feed the one million inhabitants of Amsterdam in 2050 and the decades to come. ...
master thesis 2018
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