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Romaniuk, Filip (author)
The master's thesis explores the possibilities of reusing abandoned post-industrial structures and objects of architectural heritage. Objects, which are usually difficult to renovate due to high costs and their poor physical condition, could be filled with new inflatable volumes and thus be filled with new space, function, and life. The work is...
master thesis 2020
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Syriani, Thierry (author)
In a quest to breathe new life into public spaces and engage with its today’s increasingly (inter-)connected users, robotic architectural components seem to open up possibilities to give agency to building component. A new field of research has been involving multi-agent robotic systems in the architectural design and/or fabrication process....
master thesis 2020
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Provoost, Jonas (author)
For decades the space domain has been used for military purposes. When enemy forces establish counter-space capabilities, this could become a weakness. Responsive Space is a concept that focuses on replenishing lost capabilities and/or granting additional capabilities from space assets quickly. The continuous miniaturization of technologies has...
master thesis 2020
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Grundmann, Jan Thimo (author), Bauer, Waldemar (author), Boden, Ralf (author), Ceriotti, Matteo (author), Chand, Suditi (author), Heiligers, M.J. (author), Vergaaij, Merel (author), Viavattene, Giulia (author), Wolff, Friederike (author)
The exploration of small solar system bodies started with fast fly-bys of opportunity on the sidelines of missions to the planets. The tiny new worlds seen turned out to be so intriguing and different from all else (and each other) that dedicated sample-return and in-situ analysis missions were developed and launched. Through these, highly...
journal article 2019
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