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See detailInnovative Models of Governance
Schafer, Valerie UL; Wieneke, Lars UL

Presentation (2021, February 24)

Over the course of three days (24–26 February 2021) we hold two panels a day, during which the research team of OPERAS-P (WG 6) presented their findings to gather feedback from invited experts and the ... [more ▼]

Over the course of three days (24–26 February 2021) we hold two panels a day, during which the research team of OPERAS-P (WG 6) presented their findings to gather feedback from invited experts and the audience. The different panels addressed specific scholarly communication topics: innovative governance models in social sciences and humanities (SSH), business models for open access books, multilingualism and bibliodiversity in SSH, opportunities and challenges of FAIRification of SSH data, the future of scholarly writing, and quality assessment of novel research and innovative publications in the SSH research. Wednesday, 24 February 2021 10:00–11:30 CET Innovative models of governance The discussion focused on a critical review of modes of governance in distributed organisations and in the digital area, and recommendations for a governance model that can help manage smoothly the wide diversity of cultural backgrounds, expertise, level of commitment within its community, which is typical of SSH communities. Coordinator: Valérie Schafer (C2DH, University of Luxembourg), Lars Wieneke (C2DH, University of Luxembourg) Panelists: Lionel Maurel (INSHS, CNRS), Francesca Musiani (The Center for Internet and Society, CNRS), Jane Winters (University of London) [less ▲]

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See detailEvaluation of erosion inside AWJC Nozzle by 6-way coupling of DEM+CFD+FEM using preCICE
Adhav, Prasad UL; Besseron, Xavier UL; Rousset, Alban et al

Presentation (2021, February 23)

The objective of this work is to study the particle‐induced erosion within a nozzle for abrasive cutting. So far, the erosion in the nozzle was predicted only through the number of collisions, using only ... [more ▼]

The objective of this work is to study the particle‐induced erosion within a nozzle for abrasive cutting. So far, the erosion in the nozzle was predicted only through the number of collisions, using only a simple DEM+CFD coupling. To improve these predictions, we extend our model to a 6‐way momentum coupling with DEM+CFD+FEM to account for deformations and vibrations in the nozzle. Our prototype uses preCICE to couple 3 numerical solvers: XDEM (for the particle motion), OpenFOAM (for the water jet), and CalculiX (for the nozzle deformation). The OpenFOAM adapter has been adapted to add particles drag, which is modeled as semi‐implicit porosity, implicit and explicit drag terms injected to OpenFOAM solver through fvOptions. This 6‐way coupling between DEM+CFD+FEM brings the simulation of the particle‐laden multiphase flow inside the abrasive cutting nozzle close to the real‐life conditions. Thus opening up opportunities for further investigation and improvement of the Nozzle design. [less ▲]

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See detailReusing oral histories: challenges, issues, limits
Schafer, Valerie UL

Presentation (2021, February 18)

This short presentation, which is part of a roundtable, will analyse the reuse in oral history, the way Digital Humanities may provide new ways to apply close and distant reading to interviews and the ... [more ▼]

This short presentation, which is part of a roundtable, will analyse the reuse in oral history, the way Digital Humanities may provide new ways to apply close and distant reading to interviews and the challenges of contextualisation, FAIR Data, etc. [less ▲]

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See detailLes Clubs des Cinéastes Amateurs des Années 60 dans le Contexte transnational de la Grande Région
Wack, Julia UL

Presentation (2021, February)

«Ambitious Amateurs» vise à enquêter sur le soi-disant goût de masse à travers le prisme de la pratique culturelle participative du tournage dans les longues années 1960. Les cinéastes étaient des ... [more ▼]

«Ambitious Amateurs» vise à enquêter sur le soi-disant goût de masse à travers le prisme de la pratique culturelle participative du tournage dans les longues années 1960. Les cinéastes étaient des consommateurs d'un média qu'ils co-créaient eux-mêmes. Ils produisaient pour un cercle de pairs, respectivement pour obtenir la reconnaissance des professionnels. La forme esthétique de ces films et genres, l'excès de sens, ainsi que les idéaux politiques moraux représentent les axes centraux de l'analyse. En outre, les relations entre les membres du club et leurs activités dans les associations faîtières nationales ainsi que les contextes de rencontres transnationales (par exemple l'UNICA, fondée en 1937) doivent être davantage observés. Celui-ci sera exécuté sur les exemples de clubs et de lieux sélectionnés au Luxembourg, en Belgique, en France et en Allemagne. Outre la recherche d'archives et l'histoire orale, les documents cinématographiques eux-mêmes sont la pièce maîtresse de l'analyse. Le sujet est particulièrement pertinent pour la culture générale et l'histoire des médias, en raison de l'évolution historique des tendances à la censure et à l'autocensure concernant la permissivité sexuelle, le militantisme politique ou les déclarations religieuses dans les années 1960. Celles-ci seront liées à la question de l'américanisation, respectivement du rejet de cette dernière dans le discours des créateurs de films européens et de la presse d'actualité. La comparaison internationale facilitera en outre l'affichage des spécificités nationales et des diverses temporalités au sein de l'Europe (occidentale). Simultanément, une possibilité de concevoir certains développements transnationaux potentiels - également au-delà du «rideau de fer» - sera générée. [less ▲]

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See detailEMN Synthesis Report on Children on Migration
Sommarribas, Adolfo UL

Presentation (2021, January 28)

This presentation presents the key findings of the progress made by Member States in the implementation of the recommended actions laid down in the 2017 Commission Communication on the protection of ... [more ▼]

This presentation presents the key findings of the progress made by Member States in the implementation of the recommended actions laid down in the 2017 Commission Communication on the protection of children in migration, with a view to further understanding progress made in the implementation of the Communication's recommendations based on the EMN Synthesis report on Children on migration. [less ▲]

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See detailEMN Synthesis Report on Children on Migration
Sommarribas, Adolfo UL

Presentation (2021, January 28)

This presentation maps the key findings of the progress made by Member States in the implementation of the recommended actions laid down in the 2017 Commission Communication on the protection of children ... [more ▼]

This presentation maps the key findings of the progress made by Member States in the implementation of the recommended actions laid down in the 2017 Commission Communication on the protection of children in migration, with a view to further understanding progress made in the implementation of the Communication's recommendations. [less ▲]

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See detailL'hagiographie latine dans le diocèse de Trèves à la veille de la Réforme: l'exemple de l'abbaye bénédictine de Saint-Maximin
Dubuisson, Bastien UL

Presentation (2021, January 26)

A research paper about early modern hagiography in the diocese of Trier with the example of the Benedictine abbey of St Maximin. The lecture was given twice: 1) Let's Think about History, doctoral seminar ... [more ▼]

A research paper about early modern hagiography in the diocese of Trier with the example of the Benedictine abbey of St Maximin. The lecture was given twice: 1) Let's Think about History, doctoral seminar of IHIST and C2DH at the University of Luxembourg; 2) Atelier de la recherche virtuel, webinar organized by the PraME research centre at the University of Namur [less ▲]

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See detailModelling of concrete and cementitious materials
Zilian, Andreas UL; Habera, Michal UL

Presentation (2021, January 26)

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See detailDevelopment of New Concrete Mixes from Recycled Aggregates from known resources
Chewe, Ngapeya; Waldmann, Daniele UL

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See detailDiscussant of Working Group: Migration Crisis and Human Rights: A Challenge for the EU
Venken, Machteld UL

Presentation (2021, January 18)

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See detailRule of Law, Democracy and the EU-East enlargement:Case Study on Hungary and Poland
Danescu, Elena UL

Presentation (2021, January 18)

The European Communities (founded in 1951) with the ECSC and then the European Union started out as an exclusively west European enterprise. The guarantee of the “rule of law” was one of the criteria for ... [more ▼]

The European Communities (founded in 1951) with the ECSC and then the European Union started out as an exclusively west European enterprise. The guarantee of the “rule of law” was one of the criteria for accession to the European Union which the EU defined at the Copenhagen European Council in 1993, together with stability of institutions guaranteeing democracy, human rights, and respect for and protection of minorities. the existence of a functioning market economy as well as the capacity to cope with competitive pressure and market forces within the Union. Membership presupposes the candidate's ability to take on the obligations of membership including adherence to the aims of political, economic and monetary union. In their Constitutions today, all the countries of Central and East Europe confess to the “rule of law” as either a fundamental prerequisite or one of the highest values/a fundamental value of the constitutional order as stated (by Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland), or by declaring their country operates under or is based on the “rule of law” as stated (by the Baltic countries, Hungary), or that it is a “law-governed state” as stated by (Bulgaria; Romania). In doing so, the countries confess to the “rule of law” at least in its formalistic understanding.The crucial question is what the “rule of law” as referred to by the EU in the Copenhagen Criteria and by the Constitutions of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe effectively means. What is the state practice? [less ▲]

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See detailRound table: Jewish Studies in the Digital Age
Zaagsma, Gerben UL

Presentation (2021, January 14)

The international virtual conference “#DHJewish - Jewish Studies in the Digital Age” took place from 11 to 14 January 2021 and brought together more than sixty scholars and heritage practitioners to ... [more ▼]

The international virtual conference “#DHJewish - Jewish Studies in the Digital Age” took place from 11 to 14 January 2021 and brought together more than sixty scholars and heritage practitioners to discuss how the digital turn affects the field of Jewish Studies. The conference ended with a closing round table, which was introduced and moderated by Gerben Zaagsma, and featured Miriam Rürup, Sinai Rusinek, Daniel Stoekl Ben Ezra, Rachel Deblinger and Jeffrey Shandler. [less ▲]

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See detailMathEduc @ BScE
Kreis, Yves UL

Presentation (2021, January 14)

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See detailArtificial intelligence in personalized medicine
Glaab, Enrico UL

Presentation (2021, January 13)

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See detailPresentation of De Gruyter New Book Series 'Migrations in History'
Venken, Machteld UL

Presentation (2021, January 12)

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See detailAutomation, Growth, and Factor Shares in the Era of Population Aging
Irmen, Andreas UL

Presentation (2021)

How does population aging affect economic growth and factor shares in times of increasingly automatable production processes? The present paper addresses this question in a new macroeconomic model of ... [more ▼]

How does population aging affect economic growth and factor shares in times of increasingly automatable production processes? The present paper addresses this question in a new macroeconomic model of automation where competitive firms perform tasks to produce output. Tasks require labor and machines as inputs. New machines embody superior technological knowledge and substitute for labor in the performance of tasks. Automation is labor-augmenting in the reduced-form aggregate production function. If wages increase then the incentive to automate becomes stronger. Moreover, the labor share declines even though the aggregate production function is Cobb–Douglas. Population aging due to a higher longevity reduces automation in the short and promotes it in the long run. It boosts the growth rate of absolute and per-capita GDP in the short and the long run, lifts the labor share in the short and reduces it in the long run. Population aging due to a decline in fertility increases automation, reduces the growth rate of GDP, and lowers the labor share in the short and the long run. In the short run, it may or may not increase the growth rate of per-capita GDP, in the long run it unequivocally accelerates per-capita GDP growth. [less ▲]

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See detailCross-border mapping and social cohesion in border areas
Connor, Ulla UL

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See detailHistory for/with/by the Publics
Cauvin, Thomas UL

Presentation (2021)

The future of historiography seems to belong to Public History Thomas Cauvin author of the path breaking book Public History A Textbook of Practice, even argues that we should all become public historians ... [more ▼]

The future of historiography seems to belong to Public History Thomas Cauvin author of the path breaking book Public History A Textbook of Practice, even argues that we should all become public historians. In his book and as a public historian he explored fields as different as brewing and food history digital public history controversies over monuments public history as empowerment and the possibility of an international public history. Not only in these fields Public History seems to be on the rise Yet Public History also faces serious challenges such as the political fragmentation of societies and the idea of „alternative facts”. In his talk Thomas Cauvin will provide us with insights into the conceptual frame of Public History and use various examples to illustrate the practice of Public History. We will particularly discuss the role of Public History as a source of empowerment for underrepresented groups. This talk is part of the seminar History and Youtube organized by Anna Rosa Haumann and Florian Wagner at the University of Erfurt [less ▲]

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See detailPublic History as the New Citizen Science of the Past
Cauvin, Thomas UL

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See detailAutomation, Growth, and Factor Shares in the Era of Population Aging
Irmen, Andreas UL

Presentation (2021)

How does population aging affect economic growth and factor shares in times of increasingly automatable production processes? The present paper addresses this question in a new macroeconomic model of ... [more ▼]

How does population aging affect economic growth and factor shares in times of increasingly automatable production processes? The present paper addresses this question in a new macroeconomic model of automation where competitive firms perform tasks to produce output. Tasks require labor and machines as inputs. New machines embody superior technological knowledge and substitute for labor in the performance of tasks. Automation is labor-augmenting in the reduced-form aggregate production function. If wages increase then the incentive to automate becomes stronger. Moreover, the labor share declines even though the aggregate production function is Cobb–Douglas. Population aging due to a higher longevity reduces automation in the short and promotes it in the long run. It boosts the growth rate of absolute and per-capita GDP in the short and the long run, lifts the labor share in the short and reduces it in the long run. Population aging due to a decline in fertility increases automation, reduces the growth rate of GDP, and lowers the labor share in the short and the long run. In the short run, it may or may not increase the growth rate of per-capita GDP, in the long run it unequivocally accelerates per-capita GDP growth. [less ▲]

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See detailPolicy failure in urban governance: the case of large digital corporations
Carr, Constance UL; Hesse, Markus UL

Presentation (2021)

This paper draws upon the branch of urban studies literature known as policy mobilities (McCann 2011) and, particularly, policy failure (Temenos & Lauermann 2020) to understand the strategic practices of ... [more ▼]

This paper draws upon the branch of urban studies literature known as policy mobilities (McCann 2011) and, particularly, policy failure (Temenos & Lauermann 2020) to understand the strategic practices of large digital corporations (LDCs) in urban development. While it is a relatively new phenomenon that LDCs are appearing as important actors in the field of urban development, their role has moved beyond being simply the producers of new technological products that supposedly make cities more efficient, green and smart. They are, for example, in the background, forging their central position in the functioning of cities by taking up space (land, water, bodies) for so-called essential urban infrastructures such as data centers (Carr 2021) needed to support their technologies. At the same time, they are also driving the production of what we refer to as their symbolic spaces of LDC-style digital cities. These are Amazon’s HQ2 and the digital city that was proposed by Sidewalk Labs Toronto (daughter firm of Alphabet Inc.), projects that epitomised both their importance in the field and the height of their technological innovation. Yet, striking about these cases is that, with the exception of the HQ2 in Arlington, these projects never materialized. In this paper, we argue that this was not a coincidence. Rather, both Amazon and Alphabet effectively mobilized a strategy of policy-making that has recently received attention in the urban studies literature: policy failure (Lovell 2017; Temenos & Lauermann 2020). Viewing these cases through the lens of policy failure shows that LDC-led digital cities is not so much about producing flashy cities equipped with avant-garde technologies as it is about endorsing a post-political mode of urban governance that drains public institutions of time and resources and reconfigures state-society relations. This is a cautionary tale for practitioners, who need to understand and watch out for the flags of this disingenuous behaviour. [less ▲]

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See detailAutomation, Growth, and Factor Shares in the Era of Population Aging
Irmen, Andreas UL

Presentation (2021)

How does population aging affect economic growth and factor shares in times of increasingly automatable production processes? The present paper addresses this question in a new macroeconomic model of ... [more ▼]

How does population aging affect economic growth and factor shares in times of increasingly automatable production processes? The present paper addresses this question in a new macroeconomic model of automation where competitive firms perform tasks to produce output. Tasks require labor and machines as inputs. New machines embody superior technological knowledge and substitute for labor in the performance of tasks. Automation is labor-augmenting in the reduced-form aggregate production function. If wages increase then the incentive to automate becomes stronger. Moreover, the labor share declines even though the aggregate production function is Cobb–Douglas. Population aging due to a higher longevity reduces automation in the short and promotes it in the long run. It boosts the growth rate of absolute and per-capita GDP in the short and the long run, lifts the labor share in the short and reduces it in the long run. Population aging due to a decline in fertility increases automation, reduces the growth rate of GDP, and lowers the labor share in the short and the long run. In the short run, it may or may not increase the growth rate of per-capita GDP, in the long run it unequivocally accelerates per-capita GDP growth. [less ▲]

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See detailOn the Strength of Defeasible Inference Trees
Weydert, Emil UL

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See detailUrban development led by large digital corporations
Carr, Constance UL

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See detail„Das Begehren ist das Begehren des Anderen.“ (Jacques Lacan). Lacan et "Le grand Autre" - Lacan und der große Andere: Gott, Vater, Mutter, Wissenschaft, Arbeit und Liebe. Strukturale Psychoanalyse und Religion im Dialog.
Weber, Jean-Marie UL

Presentation (2021)

Methodik: Die Lehrveranstaktung findet in Form einer interaktiven Vorlesung mit Semianrinhalten statt. Studierende erhalten Anregungen zur Selbstreflexion/-erfahrung und kritischen Auseinandersetzung mit ... [more ▼]

Methodik: Die Lehrveranstaktung findet in Form einer interaktiven Vorlesung mit Semianrinhalten statt. Studierende erhalten Anregungen zur Selbstreflexion/-erfahrung und kritischen Auseinandersetzung mit Primär- und Sekundärliteratur zu Jacues Lacan und der strukturalen Psychoanalyse. Das Seminar setzt eine Offenheit zur Selbsterfahrung voraus und findet im geschützten Rahmen statt. Die vorbereitende Lektüre von Texten werden vorausgesetzt. Inhalt: Der große Andere ist ein Begriff der Lacan'schen Psychoanalyse. Der große Andere („A“) ist im Unterschied zum „kleinen anderen“ (Objekt klein a) ein Konzept der Alterität und Andersheit. Der große Andere ist das Andere des Subjekts, das Nicht-Ich, das dieses Subjekt jedoch immer schon strukturiert und ausrichtet. So muss „der Andere als der Ort [verstanden werden], an dem das Ich, das spricht, sich konstituiert“ (Lacan: Seminar III, S. 322). Der große Andere ist die symbolische Ordnung der Sprache, die das Subjekt benutzt, um selbst sprechen zu können und von der es sich seine Stimme leiht: „Was jedes Subjekt zuerst in seinem Leben antrifft, sind Signifikanten“ (Widmer, Subversion des Begehrens S. 43). Das Modell, das hinter dieser Konzeption von Sprache steht, ist die strukturalistische Zeichen-Theorie Ferdinand de Saussures mit ihren Begriffen Signifikant und Signifikat. Die erste Verkörperung des großen Anderen ist die Hauptbezugsperson des Kindes ( die Mutter"); sie ist ein „großer anderer Wille“, der spricht und der das Kind in die Ordnung der Sprache und des Sozialen einführt. Noch mehr gilt dies für den Vater, der im Ödipuskomplex die verbietende Rolle des Gesetzes einnimmt (Inzesttabu, Kastrationsdrohung), das Kind aus dem ödipalen Begehren herausdrängt und zur außerfamiliären, sozialen Welt hin orientiert. In der Gesellschaft gilt das Gesetz des Symbolischen, d. h. das Gesetz der Sprache, der sozialen Normen und des ökonomischen Tauschs. Der große Andere ist in diesem Sinne gleichzusetzen mit der Ordnung der Sprache, des Diskurses, der staatlichen Herrschaft und der Ökonomie sowie dem „Gesetz des Vaters“ („Name-des-Vaters“). Sie bilden gleichermaßen eine symbolische Herrschaftsordnung, die das Subjekt unterwirft (sub-jectum = Unterworfenes) und strukturiert. Eine weitere Bedeutung des Begriffs des „großen Anderen“ bei Lacan ist, dass dieser Andere nicht nur das Symbolische selbst ist, sondern zugleich ein Ort, der dieses Symbolische erst legitimiert. Er ist in diesem Sinne ein „Herrensignifikant“, d. h. ein übergeordneter Signifikant, der am Ende jeder Signifikantenkette steht und der diese erst organisiert und strukturiert. Als Herrensignifikant existiert der große Andere nur als sein eigener Effekt, indem er das Symbolische strukturiert innerhalb eines Feldes, in dem er selbst nicht beinhaltet ist, als dessen Garant und Sinnstiftung er jedoch funktioniert (die klassische Form eines großen Anderen ist Gott.) [less ▲]

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See detailPublic history training
Cauvin, Thomas UL

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See detailPerforming a historical re-enactment: the making of a 16mm home movie
van der Heijden, Tim UL

Presentation (2020, December 18)

In this presentation, I will “perform” the making of a 16mm home movie based on my media archaeological experiments with an original Ciné-Kodak film camera from 1930. A split screen montage shows the ... [more ▼]

In this presentation, I will “perform” the making of a 16mm home movie based on my media archaeological experiments with an original Ciné-Kodak film camera from 1930. A split screen montage shows the recorded analogue film fragments besides footage that illustrates the process of making the film captured by my documentation equipment, including a digital video camera, GoPro and 360 degree camera. My contribution aims to discuss and re-evaluate the performative nature of media archaeological experiments, and how digital (documentation) tools enable new forms of presentation, explication and dissemination of historical tacit knowledge in early-twentieth century amateur filmmaking. [less ▲]

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See detailAsynchronous Stream Data Processing using a Light-Weight and High-Performance Dataflow Engine
Ellampallil Venugopal, Vinu UL; Theobald, Martin UL

Presentation (2020, December 11)

Processing high-throughput data-streams has become a major challenge in areas such as real-time event monitoring, complex dataflow processing, and big data analytics. While there has been tremendous ... [more ▼]

Processing high-throughput data-streams has become a major challenge in areas such as real-time event monitoring, complex dataflow processing, and big data analytics. While there has been tremendous progress in distributed stream processing systems in the past few years, the high-throughput and low-latency (a.k.a. high sustainable-throughput) requirement of modern applications is pushing the limits of traditional data processing infrastructures. This paper introduces a new distributed stream data processing engine (DSPE), called “Asynchronous Iterative Routing” or simply AIR, which implements a light-weight, dynamic sharding protocol. AIR expedites a direct and asynchronous communication among all the worker nodes via multiple Message Passing Interface (MPI) communication channels and thereby completely avoids any additional communication overhead with a dedicated master node. With its unique design, AIR scales out to clusters consisting of up to 8 nodes and 224 cores, performing much better than existing DSPEs, and it performs up to 15 times better than Spark and Flink in terms of sustainable-throughput. [less ▲]

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See detailGood practice between good neighboors
Molostoff, Leslie UL; Tischer, Peter

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See detailTransition from in-class to outdoor learning with real-world mathematical modelling: PhD research project 2015-2021
Haas, Ben; Lavicza, Zsolt; Dana-Picard, Thierry (Noah) et al

Presentation (2020, December 10)

In this PhD outline, I will present highlights from my PhD research project on mathematical modelling with real-world information in the classroom, remote teaching and outdoor learning in Luxemburg ... [more ▼]

In this PhD outline, I will present highlights from my PhD research project on mathematical modelling with real-world information in the classroom, remote teaching and outdoor learning in Luxemburg. Through design-based explanatory studies, I investigated different technology enhanced tasks, learning and teaching settings that could likely engage students in understanding and transferring mathematical modelling to their living environments. The selected design-based research methodology and its characteristics, allowed to adapt task designs, settings and methods during my PhD research project. Hence, firstly, I investigated process skills learning (e.g.: mathematical modelling) with an automated tutoring system (the educational technology software MathemaTIC) within an international project. Although findings were promising, I redesigned my interventions to connect further students mathematical modelling learning to real-world information. Thus, secondly, I performed mathematical modelling tasks with augmented reality on real-world objects in remote teaching and in special needs educations. Utilising findings of these studies and a redesign of the intervention based on outdoor mathematical trails, thirdly, I undertook my final study. In pre-service teacher higher education, I explored outdoor mathematical modelling with an integrated STEAM (Science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) approach. With the aim of such holistic approach, I collected data on education-related perceptions from different stakeholders of elementary school education (students, parents, in-service, and pre service teachers) and developed conceptual frameworks on task creation, mathematical modelling, and stakeholders' roles. In my PhD research project, I aspired to contribute and explain how in-class learning and teaching could be connected and transferred to mathematical modelling within students living environments. Although there are many crucial moments, method choices and findings within these studies, in this report, I will offer highlights of my PhD work and results. [less ▲]

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See detailStrengthening links between multilingual practices in professional environments and university language programmes
Lejot, Eve UL

Presentation (2020, December 04)

Lorsque les pratiques multilingues en contexte professionnel international sont encadrées par des politiques linguistiques, elles donnent un point d’ancrage pour mesurer les oscillations entre le « ... [more ▼]

Lorsque les pratiques multilingues en contexte professionnel international sont encadrées par des politiques linguistiques, elles donnent un point d’ancrage pour mesurer les oscillations entre le « prescrit » et l’«existant ». La caractérisation des pratiques multilingues d’une entreprise aéronautique européenne et de l’UNESCO demande de placer notre recherche à la croisée des champs de la linguistique, de la didactique des langues, de la sociologie, et de la psychologie sociale et cognitive. Nous allons présenter les résultats d’analyse des besoins déclarés par les salariés eux-mêmes, des interactions enregistrées en réunions et aussi des bilans d’entretiens. Ces deux terrains de recherche ont des caractéristiques linguistiques similaires : l’utilisation de l’anglais comme langue véhiculaire, la localisation d’un site à Hambourg en Allemagne, leurs sièges sociaux respectifs en France, des communications régulières avec des sites en zone hispanophone, ainsi que l’offre de cours d’anglais, de français, d’allemand et d’espagnol auprès de leurs employés. La polyphonie des discours sur les pratiques multilingues en entreprise montre les tensions existantes entre le choix de l’usage de l’anglais comme lingua franca et celui du français, de l’allemand et de l’espagnol qui ouvre différents « univers du discours » (Charolles 1997). A partir de la question de cadrage, envisagé au plan linguistique comme au plan sociologique, nous essayons d’établir le lien entre posture professionnelle et pratiques langagières. Il semblerait que les faits de pluri-compétences, de pluri-linguisme, de multi-linguisme et de pluri-activités donnent matière à repenser nos méthodologies d’enseignement des langues. Par ailleurs. La relation d’aide (Amério 1991, Lejot 2014) entre les employés favorise le développement des compétences linguistiques dans la langue cible. Notre objectif est ici de faire un lien entre les besoins linguistiques et culturels identifiés en milieu professionnel et le développement des compétences multilingues en milieu universitaire. La personne bilingue n’est pas une somme de deux personnes monolingues (Grosjean 1989), et au même titre, l’enseignement plurilingue n’est pas une somme d’enseignements monolingues au sein d’une même formation en langues appliquées. Des recherches en linguistiques comparatistes (Huemer, Lejot, Deroey 2019) et des méthodes pédagogiques basées sur l’autonomie de l’étudiant ouvrent des perspectives à explorer ou à approfondir. [less ▲]

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See detailScoping review on machine learning methods for stratification
Glaab, Enrico UL

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See detailNew Legal Aspects of the NISD Review
Schmitz, Sandra UL

Presentation (2020, December 02)

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See detailIntegrated likelihood based inference for nonlinear panel data models with unobserved effects
Schumann, Martin; Severini, Thomas A.; Tripathi, Gautam UL

Presentation (2020, December 01)

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See detailWell-being an Experiences vu Kanner während dem Lockdown
Kirsch, Claudine UL; Engel de Abreu, Pascale UL; Neumann, Sascha

Presentation (2020, November 27)

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See detailCultural Heritage Archives and Research Prospects
Janz, Nina UL

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Cultural Heritage - Definitions and Approach in Archives and in Academic Research

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See detailReinventing the Library
Pausch, Marie-Pierre UL

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See detailFrom the history of Internet to Internet and Web histories
Schafer, Valerie UL

Presentation (2020, November 18)

This presentation aims to describe the shift from the history of the Internet to Internet histories by analysing several factors (e.g. influence of media history, web sources, maintenance or platform ... [more ▼]

This presentation aims to describe the shift from the history of the Internet to Internet histories by analysing several factors (e.g. influence of media history, web sources, maintenance or platform studies, etc.). [less ▲]

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See detailMachine Learning on Graphs
Kozlowski, Diego UL

Presentation (2020, November 18)

Graphs are a ubiquitous data structure that can be exploited in many different problems. In tasks where observations are not independently drawn from the data generating process, but their codependencies ... [more ▼]

Graphs are a ubiquitous data structure that can be exploited in many different problems. In tasks where observations are not independently drawn from the data generating process, but their codependencies add valuable information, a network analysis might be useful for modelling those relations. In this seminar we will discuss about Graph Neural Networks, the deep learning approach for dealing with networks. [less ▲]

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See detailTranslanguaging course for preschool teachers to disrupt inequalities
Aleksic, Gabrijela UL; Bebić, Džoen Dominique UL

Presentation (2020, November 12)

The highly linguistically and culturally diverse reality of Luxembourg and its school system pose a great challenge to students, families, and teachers alike. This reality tends to produce one of the ... [more ▼]

The highly linguistically and culturally diverse reality of Luxembourg and its school system pose a great challenge to students, families, and teachers alike. This reality tends to produce one of the largest differences in reading performance between Luxembourgish and language minority children compared to other countries (PISA, 2019), which creates inequalities in students’ academic trajectory. Translanguaging as a pedagogy has been established to overcome these inequalities by disrupting language hierarchies and giving language minority children a space and voice to learn and prosper (García, 2019). To address the inequalities and help implement a translanguaging pedagogy in preschool, our project : (1) offered a professional development course in translanguaging to 40 teachers, (2) involves children’s parents to foster home-school collaboration through questionnaires and interviews, and (3) cultivates children’s linguistic, cognitive, and socio-emotional engagement in the classroom through linguistic tests and video observations. We also used focus groups and questionnaires at the beginning and the end of the course. The 18-hour course in Translanguaging (June to December 2019) aimed to challenge the teachers’ perception about multilingualism and equality in their classroom. Through the preliminary results of the focus groups, questionnaires and field notes, we were able to observe some positive changes in the teachers’ attitudes and beliefs about their language minority children such as realizing that language is a tool of communication. Teachers were also more positive about home-school collaboration. However, despite our continuous creative efforts, some teachers still maintained their traditional monolingual stance and conviction of parents’ lack of education and interest. Most of the teachers did, however, not completely overcome a monolingual bias and this remains our main focus in the remaining points and follow-ups of our project. References García, O. (2019). Translanguaging: a coda to the code?, Classroom Discourse, 10(3-4), 369-373, doi: 10.1080/19463014.2019.1638277 OECD (2019). PISA 2018 Results (Volume I): What students know and can do. PISA, OECD Publishing: Paris. doi: https://doi.org/10.1787/5f07c754-en [less ▲]

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See detailThe Monk's Guide to the Sacred Remains. Johannes Scheckmann's Heiltumsbücher between Hagiography and Curiosity
Dubuisson, Bastien UL

Presentation (2020, November 12)

At the dawn of Reformation and the religious tensions that spread across Europe in the 16th century, the German city of Trier was the theatre of a particular religious craze considered a peak in the ... [more ▼]

At the dawn of Reformation and the religious tensions that spread across Europe in the 16th century, the German city of Trier was the theatre of a particular religious craze considered a peak in the development of personal piety. During his second stay in the Mosellan city in 1512, emperor Maximilian of Habsburg ordered the clergy to excavate the tunica Christi, a relic that had remained buried under the main altar of the eastern choir of the cathedral since the end of the 12th century. This inventio was followed by a series of ostensiones to show the Holy Tunic to the mass of people gathered in front of the cathedral. Being located on the pilgrimage route to Aachen and Cologne, the churches of Trier took advantage of the influx of pilgrims to promote their own places of worship. A real “flood of relics” (“Heiltumsflut”) fell upon the city with all the drifts that went with it such as the digging of bones and a massive consumption of indulgence letters, a lucrative activity heavily criticized by Martin Luther a few years later. In this context, a whole literature related to these ostensiones reliquiarum as well as to the history of the city and of its churches emerged (so-called Heiltumsschriften), the most notorious example being Johannes Enen’s “Medulla Gestorum Trevirensium”, a vernacular treaty published in 1514, with a second edition in 1515. Two years later, in 1517, a Latin version of the above-mentioned text was released (“Epitome alias medulla Gestorum Trevirorum”). Its author was Johannes Scheckmann, a monk from the Benedictine abbey of St Maximin who had already published four other prints and is believed to be behind a series of hagiographic texts preserved in manuscript form only. Traditionally, Heilthumsbücher can be defined as printed brochures containing textual and visual information necessary for pilgrims to follow the exhibition ceremony of relics in a particular church. Yet, Scheckmann’s publications intrigue by their prosaic developments that lay far beyond the literary limits of their counterparts. Acting as a true hagiographer, the monk of Saint-Maximin shaped a new form of compendium by reemploying a classical hagiographical repertory, including one of the two only preserved medieval treaties about the cult of the saints and the worship of their relics: Thiofrid of Echternach’s Flores Epytaphii Sanctorum (ca. 1100). My paper’s proposal aims to explore to which extend Scheckmann’s work takes place in the context of an increased competition between sanctuaries to attract pilgrims; it also analysis the intended message of his writings in consideration with the past literature about the local saints. [less ▲]

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See detailDual Nationality: An International Law Perspective
Garcia Olmedo, Javier UL

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See detailWarlux - Soldiers and their communities in WWII - The impact and legacy of war experiences in Luxembourg
Janz, Nina UL; Pauly, Michel Romain UL; Vercruysse, Sarah Maya UL

Presentation (2020, October 28)

More than 10,000 Luxembourgish women and men wore German uniforms during WWII in armed forces and civil organizations. WARLUX will collect their biographies and investigate their individual profiles from ... [more ▼]

More than 10,000 Luxembourgish women and men wore German uniforms during WWII in armed forces and civil organizations. WARLUX will collect their biographies and investigate their individual profiles from the perspective of their social background, trajectories during the war and their life in the post-war period. [less ▲]

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See detailLes héritages des débuts d’Internet et du Web
Schafer, Valerie UL

Presentation (2020, October 23)

Alors que l’an dernier étaient célébrés les 50 ans du réseau ARPANET et les 30 ans du World Wide Web, ces anniversaires étaient l’occasion de revenir largement sur les fondements du « réseau des réseaux » ... [more ▼]

Alors que l’an dernier étaient célébrés les 50 ans du réseau ARPANET et les 30 ans du World Wide Web, ces anniversaires étaient l’occasion de revenir largement sur les fondements du « réseau des réseaux ». Ce retour aux sources permettait de prendre la mesure des changements intervenus, mais aussi de continuités certaines, ainsi que de valeurs séminales qui sont régulièrement convoquées dans les débats contemporains. Cette intervention se propose de revisiter les héritages des débuts d’Internet et du Web en trois temps : celui de la mémoire, de la nostalgie et de la reconstruction d’un âge d’or d’abord. Ensuite nous aborderons les héritages et patrimoines matériels et immatériels de ces premières communications en réseaux, notamment le patrimoine nativement numérique (Born-Digital Heritage) que sont les archives du Web et les newsgroups de la communauté Usenet. Enfin nous nous intéresserons à la réactualisation récurrente de controverses nées dès les premiers âges du Web, voire en amont (en termes d’anonymisation, régulation, rôle des intermédiaires, neutralité, etc.). [less ▲]

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See detailIntegrated likelihood based inference for nonlinear panel data models with unobserved effects
Schumann, Martin; Severini, Thomas A.; Tripathi, Gautam UL

Presentation (2020, October 14)

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See detailData Science and Environmental Cheminformatics (SanDAL Workshop, Uni Lu)
Schymanski, Emma UL

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Kozlowski, Diego UL

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See detailYouth reporting in Luxembourg. Knowledge for an evidence‐based youth policy
Heinen, Andreas UL

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See detailUnderstanding Alpha Decay
Penasse, Julien UL

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See detailKeynote lecture: The Hybrid Historian - Historical Research in the Digital Age
Zaagsma, Gerben UL

Presentation (2020, September 25)

In the past decade, we have witnessed a shift from technological determinism to more attention to the methodological and epistemological changes in historical research which the digital turn has brought ... [more ▼]

In the past decade, we have witnessed a shift from technological determinism to more attention to the methodological and epistemological changes in historical research which the digital turn has brought about. This talk will focus on how the practice of doing history has changed in the digital age against the background of broader historical developments in the so-called digital humanities. I will argue that, in many ways, hybridity, seen at its most basic level as the integration of 'traditional' and 'digital' approaches, is the new normal for most historians. However, when more broadly conceptualised as the integration of newly emerging tools, technologies, materials, and/or practices in historical research, it also becomes clear that hybridity has a long and often unacknowledged history that predates the advent of computers – analog and digital. Against this backdrop, the first part of my talk traces this unacknowledged history and the debates accompanying the (wo)man-machine encounter in the historical research process more generally. As I will argue, this encounter needs to be qualified according to its most elementary phases (data & information gathering, processing, analysis, and dissemination). Crucially, the speed, enthusiasm, and rate of the uptake of new technologies differs, and has always differed, significantly across these phases. In the second half of the talk, I will then offer a concrete example of these insights by using my research on the diaries of Anne Frank as a case study and will demonstrate the hybrid nature of today's historical research process, both as a reality and potentiality. Exploring the longue durée of the impact of new technologies on the practice of history is not to deny the specificity of the current moment but helps us to see how 'digital' has now come to affect the entire historical profession in ways unseen before. Indeed, technology has become inescapable, even if many historians refuse to acknowledge the fact and remain reluctant to embrace it. Yet, we can only truly ground our current 'digital' practices, and learn from past experiences and expertise, by contextualising and qualifying what is new and what is not. The real challenge for our profession now is to take a mental leap forward and be consciously hybrid, to acknowledge that 'digital' is not merely complementary but integral to the practice of doing history, and purposely reflect its implications. [less ▲]

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See detailTranslanguaging at school: students’ perspectives on using multiple languages
Degano, Sarah UL

Presentation (2020, September 25)

Numerous scholars advocate for translanguaging pedagogies to increase participation and learning opportunities for all students, in particular students with a migration background (Rosiers, Van Lancker ... [more ▼]

Numerous scholars advocate for translanguaging pedagogies to increase participation and learning opportunities for all students, in particular students with a migration background (Rosiers, Van Lancker, & Delarue, 2018). Conversely, critics argue that translanguaging can contribute to reiterate unequal participation dynamics and question the equitable access to curricular resources (Hamman, 2018). While most qualitative studies draw on observations of classroom practices of the teachers and/or the students, only few consider the students’ perspectives on these practices. The present paper aims to address this issue. While my doctoral project explores the translanguaging practices of four fourth-graders of different backgrounds and their development over time, this paper investigates their perspectives on translanguaging. From January to December 2018, I observed the students’ interactions with their peers and teachers in Years 4 and 5 and identified and recorded key events. Subsequently, selected events were shown to and discussed with the students. Findings based on recordings from discussions and stimulated recall interviews revealed, first, that translanguaging was the default mode of communication of all four students and was perceived as a common practice. Second, the newcomers reported that they translanguaged to communicate quicker and that translanguaging was particularly frequent in students who were not yet proficient language users. Similarly, students with more experience in the education system perceived translanguaging as an inferior practice and indicated using their home language as a scaffold with other students, but not with their teachers. The students’ self-monitoring connects to the classroom practices. [less ▲]

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See detailNetworked Governance and Multistakeholder Cooperation
Bouillard, Maxime; van Weyenbergh, Gaël; Schafer, Valerie UL et al

Presentation (2020, September 08)

At the crossroads of three topics of the workshop (Critical testimonies on the implementation or experiments with new modes of governance; Presentation and analysis of online decision-making tools ... [more ▼]

At the crossroads of three topics of the workshop (Critical testimonies on the implementation or experiments with new modes of governance; Presentation and analysis of online decision-making tools; Prospective outlook on the governance of knowledge and research infrastructures), this presentation allows us to discuss how to increase multistakeholder cooperation between scientists and other stakeholders in practice and to gather perspectives from different cultural backgrounds into the discussion. [less ▲]

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See detailLe Vieillissement Actif au Luxembourg (VAL): Active Ageing in Luxembourg
Albert, Isabelle UL

Presentation (2020, September 04)

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See detailMetFrag: Annotating "Unknowns" - Exposome Boot Camp 2020 Virtual Edition
Schymanski, Emma UL

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See detailCross national variation in the impact of COVID-19 on children and education
Coghill, David; Kirsch, Claudine UL; Engel de Abreu, Pascale UL et al

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See detailThe Networks of Science. Data-driven Understanding of Scientific Production
Kozlowski, Diego UL

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See detailPoint Collocation Methods for Linear Elasticity Problems
Jacquemin, Thibault Augustin Marie UL

Presentation (2020, June 19)

Point collocation is the oldest way to solve partial differential equations. Methods based on collocation have been studied since decades and many variations have been proposed over the years. More ... [more ▼]

Point collocation is the oldest way to solve partial differential equations. Methods based on collocation have been studied since decades and many variations have been proposed over the years. More recently, those methods have shown a greater interest thanks to the advances in computing hardware. The collocation methods offer a great flexibility with regards to the discretization of a defined domain and the approximation of the field derivatives. This presentation will introduce the bases of the collocation methods and of the generalized finite difference method. The importance of the selection of the nodes involved in the approximation of the field derivatives will then be presented. Finally two aspects for which the method is particularly attractive will be detailed: the solution of a PDE from a given geometry with minimum discretization effort and the adaptivity of a model based on a posteriori error estimation. [less ▲]

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See detailWhen Machiavelli breaks across borders: child protection and disability rights in the face of neoliberal and global social work
Limbach-Reich, Arthur UL; Schulze-Kruedener, Joergen

Presentation (2020, June)

A neoliberal and globally organized social work is the focus of this presentation, which discusses the very first results of an transnational research project on cross-border child protection and ... [more ▼]

A neoliberal and globally organized social work is the focus of this presentation, which discusses the very first results of an transnational research project on cross-border child protection and disability rights in the Greater Region including Belgium, Germany, France and Luxembourg (EUR&QUA) According to UN Conventions (UNCRC, 1990 and UNCRPD, 2006), States Parties shall ensure and promote the full realisation of all human rights and fundamental freedoms for all children and persons with disabilities. Essentially, the Conventions call upon States Parties to take legislative, administrative and other measures to implement the rights recognised in both Conventions. Such imperatives seem to contradict a neoliberal social policy, which is oriented towards restraint in market intervention, strict austerity and cost reduction, and individualisation of social problems (Cummins, 2018). Actually, initial research results suggest that cross-border social work care for children and their families is not always sufficient. Crossing the border often means breaking off helping relations in the home country and there is hardly any professional exchange between social work providers involved. As a result, a return to the original life context desired by the clients seems hardly feasible (EUR&QUA 2019). Furthermore, practitioners expressed concern that diagnoses and support needs were formulated with a targeted focus on care in a neighbouring country. The research also identified cases that were not in line with the Brussels-II-Treaty on cross-border custody procedures. Some results may be derived less from optimal child protection and disability rights than from neo-liberalism, managerialism and austerity. In order to counter this development, social work needs something like Machiavellian competences (Kusiak, 2018; Drouard, 2008), which consist of critically illuminating a dominant ideology, conducting empirical research and acquiring the corresponding strategic knowledge. To this end, the research project aims to establish a Master's programme to empower future social worker in cross-boarder protection tasks. [less ▲]

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See detailWWII: Soviet DPs in Luxembourg after WWII from 1944 untill 1946
Ganschow, Inna UL

Presentation (2020, May 29)

The presentation was based on the microhistorical and ego documental research about the former soviet POW and so called "Ostarbeiters" from USSR in Luxembourg in the two years after the liberation of ... [more ▼]

The presentation was based on the microhistorical and ego documental research about the former soviet POW and so called "Ostarbeiters" from USSR in Luxembourg in the two years after the liberation of Luxembourg in 1944: life in camps, integration in the society, repatriation [less ▲]

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See detailStudent translanguaging: insights into resource combinations and reflections of classroom practices
Degano, Sarah UL

Presentation (2020, May 15)

This presentation adopts a multimodal perspective on translanguaging. It focusses on the extent to which multilingual pupils’ translanguaging practices provide insights into the semiotic repertoires of ... [more ▼]

This presentation adopts a multimodal perspective on translanguaging. It focusses on the extent to which multilingual pupils’ translanguaging practices provide insights into the semiotic repertoires of the students and connect to the classroom practices of their learning environment as well as to those of the larger community. [less ▲]

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See detailDominus and tyrannos? Narratives of slavery in the political discourse of Late Antiquity
Binsfeld, Andrea UL

Presentation (2020, May 11)

In her book “Arbitrary Rule. Slavery, Tyranny, and the Power of Life and Death”, the author Mary Nyquist describes the pairing of slavery and tyranny as "political slavery” and distinguishes it from the ... [more ▼]

In her book “Arbitrary Rule. Slavery, Tyranny, and the Power of Life and Death”, the author Mary Nyquist describes the pairing of slavery and tyranny as "political slavery” and distinguishes it from the institution of slavery. She shows how the concept of political slavery has been used to describe political oppression since ancient times. Terms from the field of slavery were used by opposition groups to identify the tyrant. Nyquist also analyses the persistence of this concept and traces back its use in political philosophy and in literature from Greek and Roman antiquity to the early modern period. Political slavery became part of the tyrant topos. Authors from Late Antiquity give us many examples of how firmly images of slavery were rooted in the minds of contemporaries and how these images were incorporated into literary tradition and political discourse. Images from the world of slavery were applied in a wide variety of contexts, from criticism of an emperor's behavior or illustrating his loss of authority to characterizing the relationship between two emperors at a time when power was divided between pairs or quartets of emperors. The lecture will show how the presentation and perception of emperors of Late Antiquity, such as Diocletian and his co-emperors, were influenced by narratives from the world of slavery. [less ▲]

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See detailFinding Small Molecules (and PFAS) with High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
Schymanski, Emma UL

Presentation (2020, May 05)

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See detailContextualising and engaging with Web domains
Schafer, Valerie UL

Presentation (2020, May 05)

This presentation suggests concrete avenues both to contextualize research on web domains and domain names (e.g. collaboration with the Afnic in France and use of its web archives to retrieve the price of ... [more ▼]

This presentation suggests concrete avenues both to contextualize research on web domains and domain names (e.g. collaboration with the Afnic in France and use of its web archives to retrieve the price of a domain name, its policy for allocating domain names, the number of domain names it allocated with regards to the domain names retrieved in web archives, etc.) but also to create public engagement with this topic (identifying the first web page in each country, the most represented twitter accounts in web archives, etc.). [less ▲]

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See detailStudying Events: Feedback on a Pedagogical Experiment
Schafer, Valerie UL

Presentation (2020, May 05)

Based on the experience of the Winter School I conducted for 2 years on Web archives at the university of Luxembourg and which involved research on European events and Europan history by Master’s students ... [more ▼]

Based on the experience of the Winter School I conducted for 2 years on Web archives at the university of Luxembourg and which involved research on European events and Europan history by Master’s students, I will draw some methodological conclusions (interesting topics, difficulties in grasping participation, typology of transnational events with regard to Web archives, issues of visual studies and transmedia studies...). [less ▲]

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See detailVirtual Podium Keynote: Compound Identification and Exposomics: DIY Databases?
Schymanski, Emma UL; Bolton, Evan; Helmus, Rick et al

Presentation (2020, April 10)

In light of recent events, many of us have been impacted by the cancellation of conferences and meetings. We are not only losing the opportunity to present our research, but a chance to connect with our ... [more ▼]

In light of recent events, many of us have been impacted by the cancellation of conferences and meetings. We are not only losing the opportunity to present our research, but a chance to connect with our community. Virtual Podium is a platform and opportunity to present and learn about compelling scientific research. Our third session will be focused on Compound Identification. Our keynote speaker this week will be Emma Schymanski who is the PI of Environmental Cheminformatics at the University of Luxembourg. Session 3: Compound Identification Friday, April 10, 2020 at 12:00-1:00PM PDT (3:00-4:00PM EDT) Session 3 - Compound Identification: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/101426613732 [less ▲]

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See detailIntergenerationale Familiensolidarität
Albert, Isabelle UL

Presentation (2020, April 02)

Dieser Vortag geschäftigt sich mit intergenerationalen Familienbeziehungen. Im ersten Teil wird das Konzept der Generation sowie Konzepte zur Beschreibung von intergenerationalen Familienbeziehungen ... [more ▼]

Dieser Vortag geschäftigt sich mit intergenerationalen Familienbeziehungen. Im ersten Teil wird das Konzept der Generation sowie Konzepte zur Beschreibung von intergenerationalen Familienbeziehungen (Solidarität, Ambivalenz, Konflikt) eingeführt. Im zweiten Teil werden ausgewählte Ergebnisse aus einem Forschungsprojekt zu erwachsenen Kind-Eltern-Beziehungen im Kontext von Migration dargestellt. [less ▲]

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See detailWHAT’S PSYCHOLOGY GOT TO DO WITH IT: LABOUR MARKET INCLUSION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Limbach-Reich, Arthur UL

Presentation (2020, April)

The present contribution seeks to advance psychological approaches in inclusion of persons with a disability or health condition in decent work. People with disabilities and mental ill health appear to be ... [more ▼]

The present contribution seeks to advance psychological approaches in inclusion of persons with a disability or health condition in decent work. People with disabilities and mental ill health appear to be among the most neglected groups when it comes to integration into the labour market (ILO, 2018; WHO, 2011). Article 27 of the CRPD emphasises equal access to the labour market as a governmental obligation and obliges signatory states to take appropriate measures (CRPD, 2006). However, specific programmes and measures to promote the employment of people with disabilities based on a human image of "protean career attitude" (Fugate, Kinicki, & Ashforth, 2004) often achieve only moderate success despite the involvement of psychological services, as shown by the example of national concepts in Luxembourg (Limbach-Reich, 2019). Searching for reasons one can identify two main strands which, on the one hand, concern the perspective of people with disabilities in sheltered workshops with regard to the general labour market and, on the other hand, appear in the employers' insufficient recruitment practice (WHO, 2011). As the present study shows, for the majority of people in sheltered workshops this form of employment is the more attractive alternative under the given circumstances. Inclusion in the first labour market is only sought by a minority. The reasons given for the preference for a protected employment status are overstrain and negative experiences on the first labour market. At the same time, in an increasingly neo-liberal employment market, the willingness to employ people with disabilities seems to be only slightly pronounced. The majority of the population of disabled workers in a workshop are not considered attractive for the existing labour market, as they do not correspond to the propagated image of the individual oriented towards career advancement, entrepreneurship aspiration and self-optimisation (Seithe, 2013). In conclusion, it is demanded that psychology should review prevailing neoliberal assumptions about the human behaviour and become more politically involved. In particular, psychology has to ask itself whether, by pursuing inclusion in the labour market exclusively, it fails and contributes to blaming the victims, especially those with mental and psychological disabilities. If in the future there are fewer and fewer people available for paid work and unconditional basic income will rise (Harari, 2015; Kela, 2019), then psychology, in cooperation with other disciplines, must also face up to the challenges and develop approaches that make psychological well-being and self-actualisation possible beyond the overarching neoliberal employment rigor. [less ▲]

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See detailConference on La constellation multi-domaine
Fouillet, Thibault UL

Presentation (2020, March 31)

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See detailBerezin-Toeplitz quantization - an overview
Schlichenmaier, Martin UL

Presentation (2020, March 13)

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See detailN-point Virasoro algebras and Krichever-Novikov type algebras
Schlichenmaier, Martin UL

Presentation (2020, March 13)

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See detailInstitutionnalisation des politiques sociales: catégorisation des publics - études de cas
Limbach-Reich, Arthur UL

Presentation (2020, March 13)

Ce travail présente aux participants les zones de tension dans le travail social qui surgissent avec la mise en œuvre de la CRDPH (La Convention relative aux droits des personnes handicapées, 2006). Sur ... [more ▼]

Ce travail présente aux participants les zones de tension dans le travail social qui surgissent avec la mise en œuvre de la CRDPH (La Convention relative aux droits des personnes handicapées, 2006). Sur le plan conceptuel, on examinera si le concept central « l'inclusion » convient comme concept directeur pour le travail social. En ce qui concerne le Luxembourg, des exemples sont utilisés pour montrer à quel point le travail social avec les personnes handicapées est soumis à une politique sociale empreinte de néolibéralisme. Dans une approche prospective, les tendances d'une économisation, de la numérisation et de la prise en compte épigénétique des tâches du travail social sont discutées. Comment le travail social doit-il traiter cette problématique et s'y préparer ? [less ▲]

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See detailTHE NETWORKS OF SCIENCE. DATA-DRIVEN UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION.
Kozlowski, Diego UL

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See detailDie räumliche Grammatik der Großregion. Ein historischer Zugang.
Venken, Machteld UL

Presentation (2020, February 28)

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See detailLa technologie blockchain et ses implications juridiques et culturelles
Becker, Katrin UL

Presentation (2020, February 27)

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