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Bakkenes, Mechteld (author)
The adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in performance management, particularly among knowledge workers in traditional organizational settings, is the focal point of this thesis. The study aims to understand the current state of AI adoption, anticipated benefits, challenges, and effective strategies for adoption, considering the critical...
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Krebs, Raphael (author)
This thesis explores how electronic human resource management (e-HRM) enhances employee performance in technology startups. During their transition phase, technology startups face challenges, such as maintaining effective communication, sustaining organizational culture, and managing growth. These challenges reduce employee performance,...
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Linssen, Mara (author)
Large complex infrastructural projects and programs show cost overruns and delays. As these are often funded by governmental bodies, the cost overruns also have an economic impact for society. Where projects are focused on delivering their scope within time and budget, a program is focused on achieving a broader goal. To do so, a program...
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Baars, Kim (author)
Empirical studies indicate an increasing inclination towards the adoption of integrated software systems that contribute to project management. To this moment, studies on the implementation of these integrated software systems tended to emphasise the benefit of such software. However, the analytical evidence to support such assumptions is...
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van Leeuwen, Sunny (author)
Several incidents involving the installation of temporary traffic signs by road workers have raised concerns about the effectiveness of these signs. Even in the absence of incidents, effectiveness is a relevant question, made more urgent by the incidents and the high risk of collision faced by road workers installing the signs. This paper...
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Zegeling, Jesse (author)
In the upcoming years more train passengers are expected and with more trains on the tracks railway systems require greater resilience. Switches can play a major role during disruptions as they enable trains to be rerouted onto other tracks, allowing them to bypass the disruption but switches also facilitate overtaking, meet-pass operations at...
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Silvagni, Pietro (author)
The congestion of orbits around the Earth, particularly in Low Earth Orbit (LEO), necessitates the implementation of space-based Space Situational Awareness (SSA) missions. This increasing orbital congestion, driven by the proliferation of mega constellations, poses significant challenges to satellite operations and collision avoidance. In...
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van Veen, Eltjo (author)
In response to the automobile-oriented urban street designs, this study explores the implementation of "Fair Streets" in school zones in the Netherlands. This research aims to create a transition from only vehicle prioritization to also a focus on social, environmental, and community functions on streets around school zones. Currently, up to 50%...
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Lodder, Q.J. (author)
Globally coasts are under pressure owing to stressors such as human use and climate change. From the 1970s onwards, Integrated Coastal Management gradually emerged as a strategic approach that strives for sustainable integration of the sometimes conflicting interests of human use, natural values and protection against flooding. Developing and...
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Wang, Chenliangge (author)
Against the backdrop of the increasing maturity of connected automatic driving technologies and the gradually expanding market share of CAVs, this thesis explores the optimal traffic management strategies to cope with road closures in the context of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). <br/>A...
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Gheorghe, Andrada (author)
Predicting aircraft Take-Off Weight (TOW) has been a long-sought task by aviation stakeholders, especially for operational and regulatory bodies involved in flight planning. Unfortunately, TOW being a sensitive parameter to operational trends and cost indices, aircraft operators tend to keep it confidential. In recent years, Machine Learning (ML...
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Lippes, Stijn (author)
With the ambition of policy makers to encourage a modal shift to rail, an increase in the demand for running trains can be expected. Capacity wise, this increase in demand could be facilitated by applying moving-block signalling. If railway traffic increases however, so does the difficulty of managing it. Rescheduling systems are currently being...
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Patidar, Avani (author)
The aviation industry's shift towards sustainable propulsion, notably hydrogen-electric propulsion (HEPS), underscores the need to grasp its effects on flight procedures and pilot duties. This research aims to develop a HEPS engine powertrain model for evaluating its influence on flight procedures, especially during critical phases like go...
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Hejderup, J.I. (author)
Developers strategically reuse code to expedite project development and lower maintenance costs. With the advent of software supply chains, integrating open-source libraries into projects has transitioned from a cumbersome, manual task to an automated, streamlined process. However, this ease of integration has downsides; adding just one library...
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Determan, Brendan (author)
The inspection of extensive and hard-to-access sewer systems is a challenging and expensive task. As these networks age and need to comply with stricter health and environmental regulations, the demand for effective inspection solutions has increased. The introduction of technologies like CCTV (closed-circuit television) and SSET (sewer scanner...
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Ordoñez Llancce, Angela (author)
In the last years, municipalities' role in protecting cities from climate change impacts has increasingly gained attention due to their proximity to the citizens. Although municipalities have the tools to implement mitigation and adaptation strategies, anchoring these strategies will demand multiple interventions in the urban sphere if...
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Vos, Louwerens (author)
<div>With fuel cells making their way into the maritime sector, cooling systems are becoming a more important aspect of ship design with regard to power saving. Because fuel cells generate heat at a lower temperature, they require a cooling system that is comparatively larger than that of conventional power trains. Ship cooling system research...
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Angevare, J. (author)
Advanced Systems-on-Chip (SoCs) exhibit significant self-heating and require thermal management to prevent overheating. Sensors for this application should be not only small so that they can be placed ubiquitously, but they should also achieve moderate accuracy and resolution within 1 ms so that the die temperature can be monitored with...
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van Dillen, Bob (author)
The introduction of Trajectory Based Operations (TBO) is set to change the operation on all levels of Air Traffic Control (ATC), including aerodrome control. Here, adherence to a planned four-dimensional trajectory is important to achieve a stable operation. At the same time, this concept provides possibilities for support tools to be used in...
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Garcia Alva, Pedro (author)
This thesis investigates the role of external stakeholder management in fostering resilience within infra-structure projects, focusing on the complexities arising from interactions between stakeholders and pro-ject organizations. The research problem centres on how different stakeholder management strategies affect project resilience, especially...
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