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See detailTransparency and money laundering
Corbisier, Isabelle UL; Prüm, André UL

in Wymeersch, Eddy (Ed.) Transparency and money laundering. Study of the regulation and its implementation in the EU member states, that obstruct anti-money laundering international co-operation (2001)

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See detailTransparency by Design in Data-Informed Research: a Collection of Information Design Patterns
Rossi, Arianna UL; Lenzini, Gabriele UL

in Computer Law and Security Report (in press)

Oftentimes information disclosures describing personal data-gathering research activities are so poorly designed that participants fail to be informed and blindly agree to the terms, without grasping the ... [more ▼]

Oftentimes information disclosures describing personal data-gathering research activities are so poorly designed that participants fail to be informed and blindly agree to the terms, without grasping the rights they can exercise and the risks derived from their cooperation. To respond to the challenge, this article presents a series of operational strategies for transparent communication in line with legal-ethical requirements. These "transparency-enhancing design patterns" can be implemented by data controllers/researchers to maximize the clarity, navigability, and noticeability of the information provided and ultimately empower data subjects/research subjects to appreciate and determine the permissible use of their data. [less ▲]

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See detailTransparency measurement
Pierina Brustolin Spagnuelo, Dayana UL

Learning material (n.d.)

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See detailTransparency of Media Ownership - Luxembourg
Cole, Mark UL

Report (2013)

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See detailTransparent conductive CuCrO2 thin films deposited by pulsed injection metal organic chemical vapor deposition: up-scalable process technology for an improved transparency/conductivity trade-off
Crêpellière J.; Lunca Popa P.; Bahlawane N. et al

in Journal of Materials Chemistry C (2016)

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See detailTransparent Medical Data Systems
Pierina Brustolin Spagnuelo, Dayana UL; Lenzini, Gabriele UL

in Journal of Medical Systems (2016)

Transparency is described as the quality to be open about policies and practices. It is intended to inform end users of what happens to their data. It promotes good quality of service and is believed to ... [more ▼]

Transparency is described as the quality to be open about policies and practices. It is intended to inform end users of what happens to their data. It promotes good quality of service and is believed to sustain people's demand for privacy. However, at least for medical data systems, a clear definition of the property is missing and there is no agreement on what requirements qualify it. We look into this problem. First we identify concepts that relate with transparency: openness, empowerment, auditability, availability, accountability, verifiability. We discuss them in Health Information Technology, so clarifying what transparency is. Then we elicit a list of requirements that indicate how transparency can be realised in modern medical data systems such as those managing electronic health records. [less ▲]

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See detailTransparent Reputation Management for Composite Web Services
Bianculli, Domenico UL; Binder, Walter; Drago, Luigi et al

in Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2008), Beijing, China (2008)

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See detailTransparent-to-dark photo- and electrochromic gels
Gonzalez, Laura; Liu, Chung; Dietrich, Bart et al

in COMMUNICATIONS CHEMISTRY (2018), 1

Smart windows in which the transmittance can be controlled on demand are a promising solution for the reduction of energy use in buildings. Windows are often the most energy inefficient part of a building ... [more ▼]

Smart windows in which the transmittance can be controlled on demand are a promising solution for the reduction of energy use in buildings. Windows are often the most energy inefficient part of a building, and so controlling the transmittance has the potential to significantly improve heating costs. Whilst numerous approaches exist, many suitable materials are costly to manufacture and process and so new materials could have a significant impact. Here we describe a gel-based device which is both photo- and electrochromic. The gel matrix is formed by the self-assembly of a naphthalene diimide. The radical anion of the naphthalene diimide can be formed photo or electrochemically, and leads to a desirable transition from transparent to black. The speed of response, low potential needed to generate the radical anion, cyclability of the system, temperature stability and low cost mean these devices may be suitable for applications in smart windows. [less ▲]

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See detailLa transplantation de la société par actions simplifiée (SAS) dans le droit des sociétés luxembourgeois
Prüm, André UL

in Mélanges en l'honneur de Jean-Jacques Daigre (2017)

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See detailTransport and Logistics in City Regions: Driving Forces for Counterurbanization? Investigations on the Postmodern Urban Landscape
Hesse, Markus UL

in Black, William; Nijkamp, Peter (Eds.) Social Change and Sustainable Transport (2002)

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See detailTransport and thermodynamics in driven quantum systems
Haughian, Patrick UL

Doctoral thesis (2018)

This thesis studies the nonequilibrium properties of quantum dots with regard to electrical conduction as well as thermodynamics. The work documented here shows how these properties behave under the ... [more ▼]

This thesis studies the nonequilibrium properties of quantum dots with regard to electrical conduction as well as thermodynamics. The work documented here shows how these properties behave under the influence of time-dependent drive protocols, pursuing two main lines of inquiry. The first concerns the interplay between nanomechanics and drive: In nanomechanical systems with strong coupling between the charge and vibrational sectors, conductance is strongly suppressed, an effect known as Franck-Condon blockade. Using a model Hamiltonian for a molecular quantum dot coupled to a pair of leads, it is shown here that this blockade can be exponentially lifted by resonantly driving the dot. Moreover, a multi-drive protocol is proposed for such a system to facilitate charge pumping that enjoys the same exponential amplification. The second line of inquiry moves beyond charge transport, examining the thermodynamics of a driven quantum dot coupled to a lead. Taking a Green's function approach, it is found that the laws of thermodynamics can be formulated for arbitrary dot-lead coupling strength in the presence of dot and coupling drive, as long as the drive protocol only exhibits mild non-adiabaticity. Finally, the effects of initial states are studied in this situation, proving that the integrated work production in the long-time limit conforms to the second law of thermodynamics for a wide class of initial states and arbitrary drive and coupling strength. [less ▲]

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See detailTransport Characteristics of Granular Matter on a Forward Acting Grate
Peters, Bernhard UL; Dzuigys, A.

in COST Action MP1305 Flowing Matter (2014)

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See detailThe Transport Geography of Logistics and Freight Distribution.
Hesse, Markus UL; Rodrigue, Jean-Paul

in Journal of Transport Geography (2004), 12(2), 171-184

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See detailTransport in molecular states language: Generalized quantum master equation approach
Esposito, Massimiliano UL; Galperin, Michael

in Physical Review B (2009), 79(20),

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See detailLe transport national sans ... boussole! La Cour de Justice sur le temps de repos hebdomadaire normal
Ratti, Luca UL

in Revue Pratique de Droit Social (2019)

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See detailTransport properties as a tool to study universal features of quench-induced dynamics in 1D systems
Calzona, Alessio UL; Gambetta, Filippo Maria; Cavaliere, Fabio et al

Poster (2017, August 14)

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See detailTransport Properties as a Tool to Study Universal Quench-induced Dynamics in 1D Systems
Calzona, Alessio UL; Gambetta, Filippo Maria; Carrega, Matteo et al

Scientific Conference (2017, August 07)

The study of the relaxation process that follows a quantum quench in 1D systems still represents an open research field. Here we consider a sudden change of the interparticle interaction and we identify a ... [more ▼]

The study of the relaxation process that follows a quantum quench in 1D systems still represents an open research field. Here we consider a sudden change of the interparticle interaction and we identify a peculiar correlator of the system whose behavior is directly and deeply affected by the quench-induced dynamics. Interestingly, it features a universal power-law decay in time. Unfortunately, such a universal decay, although present, turns out to be subleading in intrinsic properties of the system such as the non- equilibrium spectral function. We thus consider a tunnel coupling of the system with a biased tip in order to be able to study also transport properties, namely the charge and energy current flowing from the tip to the system after the quench. In these quantities the universal power-law emerges clearly, especially if one focuses on energy current and its fractionalization into a right- and left- moving components. In particular, we show that the presence of a transient in the energy fractionalization ratio is a direct hallmark of the quench-induced relaxation. Within the setup we have considered, time-dependent transport properties are thus promoted to useful and promising tools to access the mechanisms at the base of the out-of- equilibrium dynamics following quantum quench. [less ▲]

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See detailTransport properties of a superconducting single-electron transistor coupled to a nanomechanical oscillator
Koerting, V.; Schmidt, Thomas UL; Doiron, C. B. et al

in Phys. Rev. B (2009), 79

We investigate a superconducting single-electron transistor capacitively coupled to a nanomechanical oscillator and focus on the double Josephson quasiparticle resonance. The existence of two coherent ... [more ▼]

We investigate a superconducting single-electron transistor capacitively coupled to a nanomechanical oscillator and focus on the double Josephson quasiparticle resonance. The existence of two coherent Cooper-pair tunneling events is shown to lead to pronounced back action effects. Measuring the current and the shot noise provides a direct way of gaining information on the state of the oscillator. In addition to an analytical discussion of the linear-response regime, we discuss and compare results of higher-order approximation schemes and a fully numerical solution. We find that cooling of the mechanical resonator is possible and that there are driven and bistable oscillator states at low couplings. Finally, we also discuss the frequency dependence of the charge noise and the current noise of the superconducting single electron transistor. [less ▲]

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See detailTransport properties of double quantum dots with electron-phonon coupling
Walter, Stefan; Trauzettel, Björn; Schmidt, Thomas UL

in Phys. Rev. B (2013), 88

We study transport through a double quantum dot system in which each quantum dot is coupled to a phonon mode. Such a system can be realized, e.g., using a suspended carbon nanotube. We find that the ... [more ▼]

We study transport through a double quantum dot system in which each quantum dot is coupled to a phonon mode. Such a system can be realized, e.g., using a suspended carbon nanotube. We find that the interplay between strong electron-phonon coupling and interdot tunneling can lead to a negative differential conductance at bias voltages exceeding the phonon frequency. Various transport properties are discussed, and we explain the physics of the occurrence of negative differential conductance in this system. [less ▲]

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