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Data Management Plans for SNSF Grants
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Introduction of ORCID at ETH Zurich

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  1. Secure Sharing of Geospatial Wildlife Data 

    Frey, Remo M.; Hardjono, Thomas; Smith, Christian; et al. (2017)
    GeoRich '17 Proceedings of the Fourth International ACM Workshop on Managing and Mining Enriched Geo-Spatial Data
    Modern tracking technologies enables new ways for data mining in the wild. It allows wildlife monitoring centers to permanently collect geospatial data in a non-intrusive manner in real-time and at low cost. Unfortunately, wildlife data is exposed to crime and there is already a first reported case of ‘cyber-poaching’. Based on stolen geospatial data, poachers can easily track and kill animals. As a result, cautious monitoring centers ...
    Conference Paper
  2. Cold Pools in a Convection-Resolving Model 

    Leutwyler, David; Fuhrer, Oliver; Lapillonne, Xavier; et al. (2016)
  3. Wertvolle Korrekturen und Aktualisierungen (Korrigenda zur Norm SIA 262 “Betonbau”) 

    Kaufmann, Walter (2017)
    Schweizerische Bauzeitung TEC21
    Journal Article
  4. Empirics of multi-modal traffic networks – Using the 3D macroscopic fundamental diagram 

    Loder, Allister; Ambühl, Lukas; Menendez, Monica; et al. (2017)
    Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies
    Traffic is multi-modal in most cities. However, the impacts of different transport modes on traffic performance and on each other are unclear – especially at the network level. The recent extension of the macroscopic fundamental diagram (MFD) into the 3D-MFD offers a novel framework to address this gap at the urban scale. The 3D-MFD relates the network accumulation of cars and public transport vehicles to the network travel production, ...
    Journal Article

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