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See detailCorporate Governance in Europe : Recent Evolutions
Corbisier, Isabelle UL

Presentation (2015, April 22)

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See detailORBilu: des services pour être vu, pour être lu
Pausch, Marie-Pierre UL

Presentation (2015, April 21)

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See detailReduced order methods
Schenone, Elisa UL; Hale, Jack UL; Beex, Lars UL et al

Presentation (2015, April 16)

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See detail« Pédagogisation des relations en Ehpad »
Loffeier, Iris UL

Presentation (2015, April 15)

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See detailGenus 3 curves and explicit realisations of symplectic groups as Galois groups over Q
Arias De Reyna Dominguez, Sara UL

Presentation (2015, April 06)

Abstract: Let n be a natural number and l a prime number. Given a genus n curve C defined over Q, the group of l-torsion points defined over an algebraic closure of Q of its Jacobian variety J_C is ... [more ▼]

Abstract: Let n be a natural number and l a prime number. Given a genus n curve C defined over Q, the group of l-torsion points defined over an algebraic closure of Q of its Jacobian variety J_C is endowed with an action of the absolute Galois group G_Q , giving rise to a Galois representation ρ: G_Q → GSp(2n, l). When ρ is surjective, it provides us with a realisation of GSp(2n, l) as a Galois group over Q. To study Galois realisations (over Q) with particular ramification properties at l, it is of great interest to have conditions at auxiliary primes different from l that ensure surjectivity, while allowing great flexibility in the behaviour at the prime l. In this talk we focus on the case n = 3, and provide an explicit construction of curves C defined over Q such that ρ is surjective for a prefixed prime l. This is joint work with Cécile Armana, Valentijn Karemaker, Marusia Rebolledo, Lara Thomas and Núria Vila, and was initiated as a working group in the Conference Women in Numbers Europe (CIRM, 2013). [less ▲]

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See detailGeometry of generalized supermanifolds
Poncin, Norbert UL

Presentation (2015, April 02)

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See detailBiological Tissue Cutting Mechanics and Dynamics
Malukhin, Kostyantyn UL; Bordas, Stéphane UL; Bilger, Alexandre UL

Presentation (2015, April 02)

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See detailSeminar Imperial College London
Von Lilienfeld-Toal, Ulf UL

Presentation (2015, April)

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See detailThe role of visual-spacial thinking in complex problem solving simulations
Krkovic, Katarina; Mustafic, Maida UL; Greiff, Samuel UL

Presentation (2015, April)

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See detailCrystallization and Percolation Revisited
Schilling, Tanja UL

Presentation (2015, April)

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See detailDomain-general problem solving skills and its role in education in the 21st century.
Greiff, Samuel UL; Wüstenberg, Sascha UL; Csapo, B. et al

Presentation (2015, April)

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See detailUniversity of Zürich
Von Lilienfeld-Toal, Ulf UL

Presentation (2015, April)

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See detailDigital Humanities: Teaching and Research
Takats, Sean UL

Presentation (2015, March 27)

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See detailMultilingualism in a multidisciplinary Perspective
Huemer, Birgit UL

Presentation (2015, March 24)

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See detailNarrating the Time of Troubles in Polish history schoolbooks (1918-1989)
Venken, Machteld UL

Presentation (2015, March 23)

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See detailAbortion in the Third Reich: Ideology and the Penal System Concerning Women in the Penal Institution in Saarbrücken, Germany
Wingerter, Elisabeth UL

Presentation (2015, March 21)

With the help of almost 200 dossiers of the Penal Institution in Saarbrücken (Germany) from the period from 1928 to 1944, I examine the situation of imprisoned German women during the Nazi Regime. I am ... [more ▼]

With the help of almost 200 dossiers of the Penal Institution in Saarbrücken (Germany) from the period from 1928 to 1944, I examine the situation of imprisoned German women during the Nazi Regime. I am focusing on the cases of illegal abortions by examining individual cases as well as common ideological and legal conceptions. The dossiers helped me to make conclusions about the gap between ideological ideas concerning the German woman and the complex and dark reality of life conditions for women. Insufficient medical and sexual education along with a legal inferiority shaped the „abortion epidemics“ among lower class women. Secondary and primary sources show that along with the gradual descent of the whole legal system into a system of institutionalized crime, economic conditions also influenced the catastrophic conditions for the pregnant lower class woman. The complexity of the cases is striking: Along with the lack of understanding for the female body, economic misery, legal problems and war, many other factors appear during the research. Pressure from the own family, social norms and Christian morals played a role. Furthermore, men were an essential part of this history as husbands, fathers or rapists. Moreover, abortions developed into a business, as groups of men and women started to help other undergo abortion for money. I also explain the most common procedure of abortion and its risks. [less ▲]

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See detailKarten als Träger von Raumwissen – Der Grenzraum zwischen dem Herzogtum Luxemburg, dem Königreich Frankreich und dem Erzstift Trier im Bild historischer Karten der frühen Neuzeit
Uhrmacher, Martin UL

Presentation (2015, March 06)

Kartographie und Grenzen gehören untrennbar zusammen. Spätestens seit der Frühen Neuzeit gelten Karten als das beste Mittel zur Darstellung von Grenzen und Grenzveränderungen in größeren räumlichen ... [more ▼]

Kartographie und Grenzen gehören untrennbar zusammen. Spätestens seit der Frühen Neuzeit gelten Karten als das beste Mittel zur Darstellung von Grenzen und Grenzveränderungen in größeren räumlichen Zusammenhängen. Im Gegensatz zur mündlichen oder schriftlichen Beschreibung, wie man sie beispielsweise aus Weistümern für kleinere Raumeinheiten kennt, lassen sich mit Hilfe einer Karte auch komplexe Grenzverläufe exakt und anschaulich zeigen. Mittelalterliche Karten verzeichneten in der Regel noch keine Grenzen. Das war weniger in fehlendem technischen Wissen als vielmehr in der Territorialstruktur und den Raumvorstellungen begründet: Es existierten zumeist noch keine Grenzen im Sinne einer Scheidelinie zwischen zwei Territorien. Die konkreten Verhältnisse zeigten sich vielmehr als Gemengelage aus sich überlagernden Herrschaftsrechten, Hochgerichtsbezirken, Gemeinherrschaften, umstrittenen Gebieten oder anderen Abhängigkeiten, die sich nur schwer exakt darstellen ließen. Ab dem späten 16. Jahrhundert setze ein Wandel ein; man begann, sich von den unübersichtlichen Herrschaftsstrukturen zu lösen und mit dem ‚Territorium‘ eine darüber gelagerte, flächige Raumstruktur zu denken und anzustreben. Unverzichtbare Voraussetzung einer derartigen Territorialpolitik war die genaue Kenntnis des Landes und seiner Grenzen, eine Aufgabe, für die man Spezialisten benötigte. Vor allem in Frankreich wurden schon früh große Anstrengungen zur exakten Vermessung von Territorien unternommen; dies setzte schon unter Ludwig XIII. ein und wurde im Zuge der Expansionspolitik Ludwigs XIV. noch intensiviert. Ute Schneider hat die „neue Definition von Macht über das Territorium“ treffend beschrieben: „Beide, das Territorium wie seine Grenzen, das lehrten die Expansionen und die Kriege, waren jedoch nicht auf ewig festgeschrieben, sondern dynamisch, und zwar aufgrund des eigenen Handelns. Die Machbarkeit von Grenzen durch Kriege und auf Karten gehörte zu den elementaren Erfahrungen dieser Zeit.“ Es ist genau diese Umbruchszeit, bei der das Referat einsetzt, um an ausgewählten Beispielen zu zeigen, wie Karten Raumwissen generieren. Konkret geht es dabei um die kartographische Darstellung des Grenzsaums zwischen dem Herzogtum Luxemburg und dem Erzstift Trier im Eifel-Moselraum. Zusätzlich wird auch die Vielschichtigkeit der Karte als historische Quelle in den Blick genommen; denn Karten sind als vielseitige, Schrift und Bild vereinende Wissensträger aufzufassen, deren Darstellungsmöglichkeiten gerade auch für politische Botschaften verschiedenster Art genutzt wurden. Die Karten, die im Referat vorgestellt und analysiert werden, dokumentieren einen herrschaftlich-politischen und sozialen Umgang mit Raum, dessen Regeln für jeden einzelnen Fall neu zu rekonstruieren sind. [less ▲]

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See detailMulti-Layered Spaces for Unequal Positioning in ECEC Systems
Nienhaus, Sylvia UL

Presentation (2015, March)

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See detailAsset recovery in the EU
Simonato, Michele UL

Presentation (2015, March)

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See detailSlow dynamics in sheared DGEBA/SiO2 suspensions
Dannert, Rick UL; Sanctuary, Roland UL; Baller, Jörg UL

Presentation (2015, March)

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See detailAdministrative procedures in EU Funds
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

Presentation (2015, March)

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See detailReal-time surgical simulation using a lattice-continuum approach
Bui, Huu Phuoc; Courtecuisse, Hadrien; Bordas, Stéphane UL et al

Presentation (2015, February 06)

Surgery is a complex practice whose positive outcome relies heavily on the experience of surgeons and therefore involves a number of risks. Computer-based simulation is a strong candidate for surgical ... [more ▼]

Surgery is a complex practice whose positive outcome relies heavily on the experience of surgeons and therefore involves a number of risks. Computer-based simulation is a strong candidate for surgical training, guidance and surgical robotics. Cutting, tearing, needle insertion and similar operations which require topological changes, contact, and whose outcome is significantly affected by the microstructure of the material (discontinuities, holes, interfaces) remain some of the most difficult surgical gestures to simulate. One of the difficulties emanates from the  requirement to handle propagating discontinuities as well as the micro or meso structure of the material being cut. We are interested in the development of a numerical tool capable of the interactive (50Hz) simulation of surgical cutting using a multi-domain lattice-continuum approach. Around the cutting region, a mesoscopic discrete lattice approach suitable for initiation of cuts and subsequent tears is used. The remaining regions can be modeled by a continuum approach or through model reduction approaches based on pre computations. The algorithms are implemented within the SOFA framework which is  targets  real-time computations, with an emphasis on medical simulation and the work is being performed in collaboration with the group of Dr Hadrien Courtecuisse and Stéphane Cotin. [less ▲]

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See detailHow to measure aggressive behavior in the lab?
Melzer, André UL

Presentation (2015, February 02)

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See detailVideo games and their effects: the Pros and Cons of a fascinating medium.
Melzer, André UL

Presentation (2015, February 01)

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See detailReal-time surgical simulation using a lattice-continuum approach
Bui, Huu Phuoc; Bordas, Stéphane UL

Presentation (2015, February)

Surgery is a complex practice whose positive outcome relies heavily on the experience of surgeons and therefore involves a number of risks. Computer-based simulation is a strong candidate for surgical ... [more ▼]

Surgery is a complex practice whose positive outcome relies heavily on the experience of surgeons and therefore involves a number of risks. Computer-based simulation is a strong candidate for surgical training, guidance and surgical robotics. Cutting, tearing, needle insertion and similar operations which require topological changes, contact, and whose outcome is significantly affected by the microstructure of the material (discontinuities, holes, interfaces) remain some of the most difficult surgical gestures to simulate. One of the difficulties emanates from the  requirement to handle propagating discontinuities as well as the micro or meso structure of the material being cut. We are interested in the development of a numerical tool capable of the interactive (50Hz) simulation of surgical cutting using a multi-domain lattice-continuum approach. Around the cutting region, a mesoscopic discrete lattice approach suitable for initiation of cuts and subsequent tears is used. The remaining regions can be modeled by a continuum approach or through model reduction approaches based on pre computations. The algorithms are implemented within the SOFA framework which is  targets  real-time computations, with an emphasis on medical simulation and the work is being performed in collaboration with the group of Dr Hadrien Courtecuisse and Stéphane Cotin. [less ▲]

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See detailEndogenous traffic-induced air pollution and equilibrium city structure
Schindler, Mirjam UL; Caruso, Geoffrey UL

Presentation (2015, February)

Citizens' increasing concern about exposure to air pollution has implications on their residential decision and therefore on the internal structure of cities, which in turn impacts on the intra-urban ... [more ▼]

Citizens' increasing concern about exposure to air pollution has implications on their residential decision and therefore on the internal structure of cities, which in turn impacts on the intra-urban variation of air pollution. We analyse interdependencies of residential choice, internal city structure and air pollution by contributing an extension to the standard urban economics model with endogenous local pollution arising from passing traffic. We define the analytical conditions for the existence of equilibrium, derive equilibrium properties and perform comparative statics. We find that strong preference for air quality can lead households to move towards the urban fringe and accept higher densities on the outskirts when transport costs and background air pollution are low, resulting in non-monotonous density gradients. Households and pollution distributions vary spatially depending on the various factors shaping urban form; for instance, high background pollution concentration reduces spatial expansion, while improvements in vehicle technology foster it. We then contrast equilibrium structures resulting from the trade-offs in location choice from a health (exposure) and environmental (emissions) perspective. We further find that the processes shaping internal urban structure as well as the scale of air pollution as location choice determinant have variable spatial implications for pollution variations within cities. [less ▲]

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See detailHeterogenität im Unterricht: Welche Möglichkeiten bieten neue Medien?
Sonnleitner, Philipp UL

Presentation (2015, February)

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See detailError estimation in homogenisation
Alves Paladim, Daniel; Kerfriden, Pierre; Moitinho de Almeida, José et al

Presentation (2015, January 30)

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See detailMy Galileo signal made me do it: Civil liabilities of the EU from the provision of Galileo signals
Loukakis, Andreas UL

Presentation (2015, January 23)

What are the potential liabilities of the EU from the operation of Galileo?

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See detailUnexpected flow and relaxation behaviour of a low molecular weight glass former
Baller, Jörg UL

Presentation (2015, January 22)

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See detailCaught Between Irrelevance and Overreach: The Catch-22 of the Strasbourg Court
Fahner, Johannes Hendrik UL

Presentation (2015, January 21)

When adjudicating on controversial cases, the European Court of Human Rights needs to navigate between the pitfalls of irrelevance and overreach. The concept of the European consensus is the Court's most ... [more ▼]

When adjudicating on controversial cases, the European Court of Human Rights needs to navigate between the pitfalls of irrelevance and overreach. The concept of the European consensus is the Court's most reliable tool for finding the right direction. [less ▲]

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See detailSprachenlernen durch Geschichtenerzählen mit iTEO
Kirsch, Claudine UL

Presentation (2015, January 21)

Wir gehen davon aus, dass Kinder eine Sprache lernen, wenn sie diese in unterschiedlichen Situationen und mit unterschiedlichen Personen benutzen, um etwas mitzuteilen, was ihnen wichtig ist. Zuhören ... [more ▼]

Wir gehen davon aus, dass Kinder eine Sprache lernen, wenn sie diese in unterschiedlichen Situationen und mit unterschiedlichen Personen benutzen, um etwas mitzuteilen, was ihnen wichtig ist. Zuhören, Kollaboration, Autonomie und Respekt sind wichtige Kompetenzen, die man in der Schule entwickeln muss. Da diverse (neue) Medien zum soziokulturellen Alltag der Kinder gehören, sollen sie auch im Sprachunterricht eingesetzt werden. Die iPad App iTEO ermöglicht es, mündliche Texte zu produzieren und zu transformieren. Das automatische Replay der Aufnahmen sorgt dafür, dass die Kinder sich die Aufnahme anhören und sich mit ihrer mündlichen Sprache auseinandersetzen. Die Ergebnisse unserer Studie zeigen, dass Kinder Aspekte ihrer Sprache weiterentwickelten (z.B. Wortschatz, Grammatik, diskursive Kompetenzen), sich metalinguistisches Wissen aneigneten und Lernstrategien erwarben. Ziele dieses Workshops sind es, das Konzept 'Storying' vorzustellen, das Programm iTEO auszuprobieren, mündliche Textproduktionen von Kindern zu analysieren und, schlussendlich, zu diskutieren, wie man das Konzept in der eigenen Klasse umsetzen kann. [less ▲]

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See detailDomination des représentations d'un groupe de surface
Tholozan, Nicolas UL

Presentation (2015, January 12)

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See detailCrystallization seen from a non-equilibrium point of view
Schilling, Tanja UL

Presentation (2015, January)

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See detailAn introduction to deformation theory and quantization
Korvers, Stéphane UL

Presentation (2015, January)

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See detailOrganiser of the Conference: Growing Up in 20th Century European Borderlands
Venken, Machteld UL

Presentation (2015, January)

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See detailPresentation: Elite Training in Interwar Europe. A Perspective from the Border
Venken, Machteld UL

Presentation (2015, January)

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See detailCrystallization seen from a non-equilibrium point of view
Schilling, Tanja UL

Presentation (2015, January)

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See detailExperimental Finance
Neugebauer, Tibor UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailDash for Cash: Month-End Liquidity Needs and the Predictability of Stock Returns
Etula, Erkko; Rinne, Kalle UL; Suominen, Matti et al

Presentation (2015)

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See detailLe translanguaging en pratique: des salles de classe aux équipes projet du constructeur automobile smart
Ehrhart, Sabine UL; Langinier, Hélène; Polzin-Haumann, Claudia

Presentation (2015)

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See detailKlang und Klangentzug bei Kafka
Küpper, Achim UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailEndogenous Capital- and Labor-Augmenting Technical Change in the Neoclassical Growth Model
Irmen, Andreas UL

Presentation (2015)

The determinants of the direction of technical change and their implications for economic growth and economic policy are studied in the one-sector neoclassical growth model of Ramsey, Cass, and Koopmans ... [more ▼]

The determinants of the direction of technical change and their implications for economic growth and economic policy are studied in the one-sector neoclassical growth model of Ramsey, Cass, and Koopmans extended to allow for endogenous capital- and labor-augmenting technical change. We develop a novel micro-foundation for the competitive production sector that rests on the idea that the fabrication of output requires tasks to be performed by capital and labor. Firms may engage in innovation investments that increase the productivity of capital and labor in the performance of their respective tasks. These investments are associated with new technological knowledge that accumulates over time and sustains long-run growth. We show that the equilibrium allocation is not Pareto-efficient since both forms of technical change give rise to an inter-temporal knowledge externality. An appropriate policy of investment subsidies may implement the efficient allocation. [less ▲]

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See detailNutzung und Auswertung der Fragebogen-Sondervarianten: Jura
Kmiotek-Meier, Emilia Alicja UL; Schmidt, Julia

Presentation (2015)

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See detailEndogenous Capital- and Labor-Augmenting Technical Change in the Neoclassical Growth Model
Irmen, Andreas UL

Presentation (2015)

The determinants of the direction of technical change and their implications for economic growth and economic policy are studied in the one-sector neoclassical growth model of Ramsey, Cass, and Koopmans ... [more ▼]

The determinants of the direction of technical change and their implications for economic growth and economic policy are studied in the one-sector neoclassical growth model of Ramsey, Cass, and Koopmans extended to allow for endogenous capital- and labor-augmenting technical change. We develop a novel micro-foundation for the competitive production sector that rests on the idea that the fabrication of output requires tasks to be performed by capital and labor. Firms may engage in innovation investments that increase the productivity of capital and labor in the performance of their respective tasks. These investments are associated with new technological knowledge that accumulates over time and sustains long-run growth. We show that the equilibrium allocation is not Pareto-efficient since both forms of technical change give rise to an inter-temporal knowledge externality. An appropriate policy of investment subsidies may implement the efficient allocation. [less ▲]

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See detailProcedural safeguards in cross-border investigations of the EPPO
Simonato, Michele UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailThe Effects of Environmental Quality Misperception on Investments and Regulation
Tampieri, Alessandro UL; Lambertini, Luca; Pignataro, Giuseppe

Presentation (2015)

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See detailThe Effects of Environmental Quality Misperception on Investments and Regulation
Tampieri, Alessandro UL; Lambertini, Luca; Pignataro, Giuseppe

Presentation (2015)

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See detailGraded geometry in gauge theories: above and beyond
Salnikov, Vladimir UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailGraded geometry in gauge theories
Salnikov, Vladimir UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailTest der neuen Kompetenz-Batterie
Plasa, Tim; Kmiotek-Meier, Emilia Alicja UL; Ebert, Anna

Presentation (2015)

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See detailSustainability? Local opportunities and scalar contradictions
Carr, Constance UL

Presentation (2015)

In 2014, a colleague and I guest edited a Special Issue of Local Environment. Focus was on the urban and local scale as it is often postulated to be the most appropriate site of sustainability ... [more ▼]

In 2014, a colleague and I guest edited a Special Issue of Local Environment. Focus was on the urban and local scale as it is often postulated to be the most appropriate site of sustainability intervention. But we were also interested in mechanisms of change that higher levels of authority are not able to engage. Clearly, there is a rich diversity of initiatives: Ideas are abound, technologies are available, and projects already exist in a variety of forms and at various stages of maturity. In this way, the issue contributes to the growing catalog of sustainability efforts. Significant, however, was that local initiatives must be viewed not as isolated events, but in association the wider multi-scalar contexts that enable them or inhibit them. If making a better planet ultimately means invoking change on a broad scale – which is the broad goal of sustainable development, sustainability, or sustainability transitions – then ideas have to originate with one or a few bodies, and there must be a process of translating the emerged new practice to anchor it at wider-reaching scales. In this way, the general course can be changed. Yet, it is a path that treads the fine line between alternative niches and mainstream, between counter and accepted practice, between the visionary ‘lone (eco)hero’ and conventional operations, between real change in the mainstream and expropriation of the alternative by the mainstream. At this point, a paradox often arises as local initiatives transgress from micro-local to wider, established and well known spheres. This tension – between what enables and what constrains actors interested in sustainability transitions – is the focus of this contribution. [less ▲]

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See detailUniversity of Venice
Mehra, Rajnish UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailInter-regionalism through civil society participation
Velasco Pufleau, Monica UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailGreat Expectations - The Persistent Effect of Institutions on Culture
Litina, Anastasia UL

Presentation (2015)

This research exploits the event of immigration to establish that institutions have a persistent effect on culture. It is argued that immigrants coming from corrupt countries, tend to overtrust the ... [more ▼]

This research exploits the event of immigration to establish that institutions have a persistent effect on culture. It is argued that immigrants coming from corrupt countries, tend to overtrust the institutions at the host country. This inflated trust of immigrants is documented as the Great Expectations effect. This result is interesting and intriguing for several reasons. First, it highlights the persistent effect of institutions (at the origin country) on the cultural attitudes of immigrants. Interestingly, this effect is rather persistent and can be detected even to the second generation immigrants. Second, the analysis explores whether mean attitudes at the origin country have an effect on immigrants' attitude. The findings suggest that mean attitudes do not confer a statistically significant effect, whereas a horserace between origin institutions and origin culture suggests that it is the effect of institutions that prevails. Last, the analysis establishes that the inflated trust of immigrants affects their political attitudes. Immigrants coming from corrupt countries tend to be less interested in politics, to overtrust the host governments and to be less active in the political arena. In a globalized world where international immigration is rather extensive, pinning down the cultural differences across immigrants and thus the differences in their political attitudes is of an essence. [less ▲]

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See detailHochbegabungsdiagnostik.
Baudson, Tanja Gabriele UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailJahrestagung des Sozialwissenschftlichen Ausschusses
Neugebauer, Tibor UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailBefunde und Interpretationen des Forschungsprojektes SUSTAIN_GOV
Carr, Constance UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailDash for Cash: Month-End Liquidity Needs and the Predictability of Stock Returns
Rinne, Kalle UL; Suominen, Matti; Vaittinen, Lauri

Presentation (2015)

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See detailA World without Fathers? : Fictions of Authority around 1920
Kohns, Oliver UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailMoment map and closed Fedosov star products
La Fuente-Gravy, Laurent UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailMoment maps and closed Fedosov star products
La Fuente-Gravy, Laurent UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailBerezin-Toeplitz quantization and K3 surfaces
Castejon-Diaz, Hector UL

Presentation (2015)

I will do a small introduction to Berezin-Toeplitz quantization. Afterwards, I will introduce K3 surfaces, which (under some regularity conditions) admit three different BT quantizations, and I will ... [more ▼]

I will do a small introduction to Berezin-Toeplitz quantization. Afterwards, I will introduce K3 surfaces, which (under some regularity conditions) admit three different BT quantizations, and I will explain some relations between them. As we will see, the associated quantum line bundles are not isomorphic, but their spaces of holomorphic sections have the same dimension and there exist some canonical relations between them. [less ▲]

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See detailEconomic Design
Neugebauer, Tibor UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailIMEBESS
Neugebauer, Tibor UL

Presentation (2015)

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See detailThe Kernels of Jacobians at Eisenstein primes
Yoo, Hwajong UL

Presentation (2014, December 22)

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See detailLa monarchie au prisme du droit de vote du monarque. Une analyse historique et comparée
Heuschling, Luc UL

Presentation (2014, December 19)

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See detailZ_2^n Supergeometry
Poncin, Norbert UL

Presentation (2014, December 17)

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