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Vergara d'Alençon, L.M. (author), van der Watt, A. (author), Tempels Moreno Pessoa, Igor (author), Newton, C.E.L. (author)
Rethink the City supports the co-production of knowledge through collaborative efforts of the global community. Its ambition to broaden the academic study of urban challenges to underrepresented geographies is reflected in its form: A free, online course inclusive to all, regardless of location or background. However, despite its benefits,...
book chapter 2024
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Leclercq, E.M. (author), Smit, M.J. (author)
In Circular Communities, pioneering, collectively supported initiatives that are aimed at closing resource cycles at neighbourhood level take a central position. They are all examples of initiatives that contribute to the transition to a circular economy. For the analysis of these different circular initiatives, the researchers – urban designer...
book 2023
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Moallemi, Enayat A. (author), Zare, Fateme (author), Hebinck, Aniek (author), Szetey, Katrina (author), Molina-Perez, Edmundo (author), Zyngier, Romy L. (author), Hadjikakou, Michalis (author), Kwakkel, J.H. (author), Haasnoot, Marjolijn (author)
Decision-making under uncertainty is important for managing human-natural systems in a changing world. A major source of uncertainty is linked to the multi-actor settings of decisions with poorly understood values, complex relationships, and conflicting management approaches. Despite general agreement across disciplines on co-producing knowledge...
journal article 2023
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Lieu, J. (author), Pearce, B.J. (author), Martinez Reyes, A. (author), Groome, Phillippa (author), Mangalagiu, Diana (author), Witajewska-Baltvilka, Baiba (author), Møller, Regine-Ellen D. (author)
We develop and apply the concept of equitable knowledge co-production (EKC) by proposing a reflexive framework to support inclusive stakeholder engagement with diverse knowledge-holders. This framework is built on the authors’ experiences of leading three ongoing Horizon 2020 projects, and its goal is to contribute to the realisation of...
journal article 2023
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Buwalda, Joran (author)
Transdisciplinary research can be a powerful means to achieve a change in society. This participatory form of research is becoming increasingly common in climate and energy research. However, transdisciplinary research can be challenging. Which role should a researcher adopt when collaborating with societal actors? This master thesis focuses on...
master thesis 2022
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Jaiganesh, N. (author), Kuo, P.C. (author), Champatan, Vipin (author), Gopi, Girigan (author), Ajith Kumar, R. (author), Aravind, P.V. (author)
In our previous work (Part I), we evaluated the thermodynamic models of the biomass-fed integrated gasification solid oxide fuel cell system with a carbon capture and storage (BIGFC/CCS) unit. In this work (Part II), the techno-economic analysis of the proposed negative emission power plants is carried out. Levelized cost of electricity, net...
journal article 2022
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Jaiganesh, N. (author), Kuo, P.C. (author), Woudstra, T. (author), Ajith Kumar, R. (author), Aravind, P.V. (author)
This article is the first of a two-part series presenting the thermodynamic evaluation and techno-economics of developing negative-emission power plants. The aim of this research is to evaluate the potential of biochar co-production in negative-emission power plants based on biomass-fed integrated gasification solid oxide fuel cell systems...
journal article 2022
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Streefkerk, I.N. (author), van den Homberg, Marc J.C. (author), Whitfield, Stephen (author), Mittal, Neha (author), Pope, Edward (author), Werner, Micha (author), Winsemius, H.C. (author), Comes, M. (author), Ertsen, M.W. (author)
Droughts and changing rainfall patterns due to natural climate variability and climate change, threaten the livelihoods of Malawi's smallholder farmers, who constitute 80% of the population. Provision of seasonal climate forecasts (SCFs) is one means to potentially increase the resilience of rainfed farming to drought by informing farmers in...
journal article 2022
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Dabrowski, M.M. (author)
Cities are the main culprits in terms of carbon emissions. It is in cities that the effects of climate change, from heat stress, to damage and casualties brought by extreme weather, to coastal flooding, are the most acutely felt. But cities are also where technological, environmental, economic, social, and political innovations needed to...
conference paper 2021
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Ma, W. (author), Mu, Rui (author), de Jong, Martin (author)
Co-production is a solution by which the government provides public services. Coproduction theory is built upon Western experience and currently focuses on the types of coproduction in different policy stages, the barriers and governance strategies for co-production. However, little attention is paid to how political background will influence...
journal article 2021
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Kleinhans, R.J. (author), Falco, Enzo (author), Babelon, Ian (author)
Contemporary urban development is increasingly characterized by collaboration and co-production between ‘experts’ and the ‘public’ in urban planning processes. Recently, local planning actors have adopted digital participatory platforms (DPPs) which are specifically built for networked engagement and collaboration purposes. However, the...
journal article 2021
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Ersoy, A. (author), Hall, Stephen (author)
The theory of ‘reflexive governance’ prioritises process over outcomes and advocates participatory procedures, valorising multiple sources of knowledge, mutual learning and continuous evolution of organisational forms. Through the lens of reflexive governance, we explore the evolution of Bristol Green Capital Partnership, which, since 2008, has...
journal article 2020
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Aschenbrenner, D. (author), van Tol, D.H. (author), Rusak, Z. (author), Werker, C. (author)
This paper proposes to use Virtual Reality scenarios to explore the reaction of stakeholders within an innovation process in the context of the introduction of robots working in close collaboration with users. The goal is to design the system upfront in such a way, that it is not perceived as a threat to the worker or his/her job. Within the...
conference paper 2020
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Aschenbrenner, D. (author), Rieder, J.S.I. (author), van Tol, D.H. (author), van Dam, J.J.F. (author), Rusak, Z. (author), Blech, Jan Olaf (author), Azangoo, Mohammad (author), Panu, Salo (author), Kruusamäe, Karl (author)
How to visualize recorded production data in Virtual Reality? How to use state of the art Augmented Reality displays that can show robot data? This paper introduces an opensource ICT framework approach for combining Unity-based Mixed Reality applications with robotic production equipment using ROS Industrial. This publication gives details on...
conference paper 2020
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Chaves Gonzalez, Felipe (author)
Rio de Janeiro has become a ’broken city’ (Ventura, 1994): rapid urbanization processes, wealth concentration, market-oriented development, governmental neglect and socio-spatial segregation have been enlarging the societal gap between rich and poor in Brazil. Those processes have shaped the fragmentation of the city, where multidimensional...
master thesis 2019
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van Bortel, G.A. (author), Gruis, V.H. (author)
Affordable housing is increasingly developed, financed and managed by a mix of state, third-sector, market and community actors. This has led to the emergence of various hybrid governance and finance arrangements. This development can be seen as part of a general long-term neoliberal trend in government policies, and social, cultural and...
journal article 2019
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Vergara d'Alençon, L.M. (author), Robertson, Cristián (author)
We are facing a paradigm shift in the production of housing, and it is precisely in this transition where contexts as different as The Netherlands and Chile find a common denominator: the problem of affordability and general discontent in the face of a supply that is increasingly remote from the economic capacity and needs of people. Access...
book chapter 2019
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Czischke, D.K. (author)
Against the backdrop of the current housing crisis, Europe has seen the (re)emergence of collectively self-organised housing projects. Collaborative housing stands as an umbrella term for the wide range of these housing forms, where groups of residents collectively design, develop and inhabit housing. This chapter provides a brief...
book chapter 2019
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Falco, E. (author), Kleinhans, R.J. (author)
Despite great advances in ICT, social media, participatory platforms and mobile apps, we seem to still be locked in the one‑way communication “paradigm” where information flows unilaterally from government to citizens and seldom vice‑versa. As a result, citizens are more receivers rather than conscious producers of information, data, ideas,...
journal article 2018
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Zhilin, S. (author), Klievink, A.J. (author), de Jong, W.M. (author)
Citizens interested in the democratization of urban development processes experiment with the co-creation of public spaces. Some of them collect, improve, and share design blueprints and manuals of their projects on the internet with help of free and open source tools. As a result, they produce open source design manuals that can be used freely,...
conference paper 2018
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