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See detailFutaki invariant for Fedosov star products
La Fuente-Gravy, Laurent UL

in Journal of Symplectic Geometry (2019), 17(5), 1317-1330

We study obstructions to the existence of closed Fedosov star products on a given Kähler manifold (M, omega, J). In our previous paper [11], we proved that if the Levi-Civita connection of a Kähler ... [more ▼]

We study obstructions to the existence of closed Fedosov star products on a given Kähler manifold (M, omega, J). In our previous paper [11], we proved that if the Levi-Civita connection of a Kähler manifold will produce a closed (in the sense of Connes-Flato-Sternheimer [4]) Fedosov’s star product then it is a zero of a moment map μ on the space of symplectic connections. By analogy with the Futaki invariant obstructing the existence of cscK metrics, we build an obstruction for the existence of zero of μ and hence for the existence of closed Fedosov’s star product on a Kähler manifold. [less ▲]

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See detailLe futur "Learning Center" de Belval
Lorang, Antoinette; Pausch, Marie-Pierre UL

Article for general public (2015)

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See detailFuture and development of the European Combined Geodetic Network ECGN
Poutanen, Markku; Ihdes, Johannes; Bruyninx, Carine et al

in Rizos, C.; Willis, Pascal (Eds.) Earth on the Edge: Science for a Sustanaible Planet (2014)

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See detailFuture determination of entities in Talmudic public announcement logic
Abraham, Michael; Belfer, Israel; Gabbay, Dov M. UL et al

in Journal of Applied Logic (2013), 11(1), 63--90

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See detailLa future directive sur les services financiers à distance
Prüm, André UL

in Revue de Droit Bancaire et Financier (2002), (3), 111

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See detailThe Future Food Chain: Digitization as an Enabler of Society 5.0
Keogh, John G.; Dube, Laurette; Rejeb, Abderahman et al

in Building the Future of Food Safety Technology, 1st Edition, Blockchain and Beyond (2020)

Food systems and food supply chains (FSCs) have undergone significant changes in their operations and structure over the last decade as globalization expands both food choice and availability. As FSCs ... [more ▼]

Food systems and food supply chains (FSCs) have undergone significant changes in their operations and structure over the last decade as globalization expands both food choice and availability. As FSCs lengthen, and food passes through extended trading relationships, transparency on food origins, methods of cultivation, harvest, processing as well as labor conditions and sustainability is reduced, along with food trust. Moreover, while the rapid pace of technology innovation benefits FSCs, we are witness to the usage of social media platforms by citizen-consumers to amplify the rhetoric related to recurring incidents and crises in food quality, food safety, food fraud, food security, sustainability, and other ethical lapses. Furthermore, we are witness to new evidence on the global burden of foodborne diseases, including non-communicable diseases that range from severe malnutrition to morbid obesity and from severe illnesses requiring hospitalization to mortality. The World Health Organization claims that thirty-one foodborne hazards cause six-hundred million illnesses and four-hundred and twenty thousand deaths annually. Overcoming these challenges requires a holistic reframing of our food systems and societal challenges. The emergence of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provides an overarching framework for collaboration and alignment. Japan has put forward a vision for a human-centric, technology-enabled future branded as "Society 5.0". Increasingly, the redesign of FSCs necessitates a concerted, multi-stakeholder effort and the development of digitization strategies in order to cope with the evolution toward the vision of Society 5.0 and to achieve the UN SDGs. [less ▲]

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See detailFuture Issues in Design Research
Blessing, Lucienne UL

in Lindemann, Udo (Ed.) Human Behaviour in Design. Individuals, Teams, Tools (2003)

This chapter contains in its first part the core future issues I derived from the presentations and discussion sessions at the conference on "Human Behvaiour and Design : Individuals, Teams, Tools" as ... [more ▼]

This chapter contains in its first part the core future issues I derived from the presentations and discussion sessions at the conference on "Human Behvaiour and Design : Individuals, Teams, Tools" as well as personal reflections. The second part presents my personal views on the most urgent issues in the area of human behaviour in design, and ways to proceed. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Future of Asset Management Law - Financial Operating Systems
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL

Presentation (2019, December 09)

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See detailThe Future of Data-Driven Finance and RegTech
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL; Buckley, Ross; Arner, Douglas et al

in Journal of Law and Policy (in press)

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See detailThe Future of Data-Driven Finance and RegTech: Lessons from EU Big Bang II
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL; Arner, Douglas; Buckley, Ross et al

in Stanford J. of Law and Policy (2020)

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See detailThe Future of Design Management Research
Gericke, Kilian UL

Presentation (2013, September 04)

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See detailThe future of federalism - intergovernmental financial relations in an age of austerity
Sacher, Martin UL

in Regional & Federal Studies (2018), 28(1), 102-105

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See detailThe Future of GeoGebra
Kreis, Yves UL; Hohenwarter, Markus

Scientific Conference (2010, June 29)

The development team of GeoGebra is growing and very busy. Besides GeoGebra was selected to participate in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) initiative where 5 students have been assigned to the ... [more ▼]

The development team of GeoGebra is growing and very busy. Besides GeoGebra was selected to participate in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) initiative where 5 students have been assigned to the association. In our presentation we will show alpha and beta development ideas which might get included in a future GeoGebra version: GeoGebraCAS, GeoGebra3D, GeoGebraTouch, Layout Manager, Locus Line Equation, Implicit Plotting, ... [less ▲]

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See detailThe Future of Money in the Digital Age
Brand, Claus; Danescu, Elena UL

Scientific Conference (2020, October 09)

Research Seminar “The Future of Money in the Digital Age" (Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies. Digital Currencies vs Sovereign Currencies: Potential Implications for the Economic and Monetary Union.)

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See detailThe future of teacher education: Evidence, competence or wisdom?
Biesta, Gert UL

in Research on Steiner Education (2012), 3(1), 8-21

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See detailFuture planning of intercultural couples: A case study of a couple migrating to New Zealand
Aleksic, Gabrijela UL; David, Flechsig

in Aleksic, Gabrijela (Ed.) Experiencing Culture in Intercultural Intimate Relationships (2022)

There has not yet been any research done on future planning in international and intercultural couples. The purpose of this case study is to give a first insight into the process of future planning in ... [more ▼]

There has not yet been any research done on future planning in international and intercultural couples. The purpose of this case study is to give a first insight into the process of future planning in intercultural couples. A qualitative case study with two participants, one from New Zealand and one from Belgium who are immigrating to New Zealand. One interview with each participant was held before the couple moved to New Zealand for three months and one more interview with each participant after they returned. Results are plentiful. A clear sign that different cultural backgrounds influence future planning seems to exist. Further the couple reported multiple projects and events in which decision making, goal hierarchy and future planning existed. Not all results have been analysed and are available for further use.This case study offers a first insight into future planning of international and intercultural couples. The next step would be to try to support the findings with quantitative data. [less ▲]

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See detailFuture plans and the regulation of well-being of older Portuguese immigrants in Luxembourg
Albert, Isabelle UL; Barros Coimbra, Stephanie UL; Ferring, Dieter UL

in Social Inquiry into Well-Being (2016), 2(1), 70-78

Ageing and migration have become key issues in many European countries, as an unprecedented number of first generation immigrants are currently approaching retirement age. A permanent return to the ... [more ▼]

Ageing and migration have become key issues in many European countries, as an unprecedented number of first generation immigrants are currently approaching retirement age. A permanent return to the country of origin seems to be enacted more seldom after retirement than initially envisaged, a phenomenon referred to as “myth of return”. Instead, a third alternative seems to gain interest for ageing migrants, namely commuting between host country and country of origin. The present paper addresses future plans regarding preferred country of residence after retirement and the regulation of well-being of middle-aged and older first generation immigrants. The sample included N = 109 Portuguese first generation immigrants (49.5% female; average age: M = 55.35, SD = 7.42) who had been living in Luxembourg for about M = 30.69 (SD = 8.55) years. Analyses show that only one-fifth of participants plan to return to Portugal, whereas almost one-half prefer to stay in Luxembourg, one-quarter choose to commute, the remainder still being undecided. No differences in life-satisfaction were found, but those who plan to return used fewer self-regulatory strategies compared to those who want to stay or commute; in the STAY group, positive reappraisal strategies were related most strongly to their life-satisfaction, whereas for those who plan to commute both primary and secondary control were beneficial. Interestingly, lowering aspirations was positively related with life-satisfaction for those who plan to return to their country of origin after retirement. Results are discussed taking into consideration aspects of integration and migration experiences over the life-span. [less ▲]

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See detailFuture Scenarios for the European Higher Education Area: Exploring the Possibilities of "Experimentalist Governance"
Harmsen, Robert UL

in Curaj, Adrian; Matei; Pricopie, Remus (Eds.) et al The European Higher Education Area: Between Critical Reflections and Future Policies, Part 2 (2015)

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See detailFuture Scenarios for the European Higher Education Area: Exploring the Potential of 'Experimentalist Governance'
Harmsen, Robert UL

Scientific Conference (2014, November 25)

The launch of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) in 2010 posed many of the central questions already asked of the Bologna Process (BP) with a renewed urgency, reflecting a growing sense among ... [more ▼]

The launch of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) in 2010 posed many of the central questions already asked of the Bologna Process (BP) with a renewed urgency, reflecting a growing sense among participants of a possible exhaustion of the initial process. Taking as its point of departure the irrevocably “soft law” character of the BP as a pan-European process, the present paper seeks to develop an understanding of how the process might be re-energized with reference to a model of “experimentalist governance” derived from the work of Sabel and Zeitlin. The paper first maps the functioning of the BP to date relative to the strictures of this experimentalist model, particularly identifying the absence of a strong dynamic of iterative policy learning as a major shortcoming. Building on this diagnosis, four broad lessons are then drawn for the possible future development of the EHEA. These lessons concern the role of expertise (and experts) in the process; the representative function of European-level stakeholder groups; the higher education policy discourse of the European Commission; and the reframing of national higher education policy debates in a manner that overcomes an identified logic of “discursive closure”. [less ▲]

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