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Research Collection: Statistics June 2019

The publication with the highest altmetric score is again one of Prof. Tom Crowther. Climate change remains a hot topic in this summer. Read more

Persistent Identifiers in Research

To commemorate its tenth birthday, ETH Zurich’s DOI Desk invites you to attend a one-day event on the topic of “Persistent Identifiers in Research”. Persistent identifiers (PID) play an instrumental role in guaranteeing the traceability of digital objects from academia and research on the internet. Read more

Swiss National Science Foundation further intensifies its open access efforts

The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) has set the goal to reach 100% open access for SNSF funded publications by 2020. However, the actual percentage is still far away from that mark. Therefore, the SNSF has decided to monitor the publication outcome of SNSF projects closer in future. Read more

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  1. A 1.74.12 mm3 Fully Integrated pH Sensor for Implantable Applications using Differential Sensing and Drift-Compensation 

    Kang, Taewook; Lee, Inhee; Oh, Sechang; et al. (2019)
    2019 Symposium on VLSI Circuits
    Conference Paper
  2. Assortative mating in sympatric ascomycete fungi revealed by experimental fertilizations 

    Treindl, Artemis D.; Leuchtmann, Adrian (2019)
    Fungal biology
    Journal Article
  3. Rational Surface Nanoengineering for Phase Change and Separation Applications: From Desublimation Control to Sunlight-driven Antifogging 

    Walker, Christopher (2019)
    As the title suggests, my thesis investigates the use of rationally nanoengineered surfaces to control phase changes and phase separation. More precisely I look at the areas of desublimation frosting, sublimation defrosting, fogging, and oil-water separation. Each of these applications lie within the bounds of technologies that will improve our ability to more efficiently use energy and water, the two most important commodities on earth. ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  4. Microscale Rearrangement of Ammonium Induced by Snow Metamorphism 

    Trachsel, Jürg; Avak, Sven E.; Edebeli, Jacinta; et al. (2019)
    Frontiers in Earth Science
    Earth’s snowpack hosts chemical impurities that exchange with the overlying air, strongly impacting atmospheric chemistry. Being embedded in firn and glacier ice formed from surface snow, impurities provide the basis for reconstructing past atmospheric composition from ice core records. The location of these impurity compounds within the snow critically controls their reactivity and preservation. Ammonium (NH4+) determines acid-base ...
    Journal Article

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