Recent Submissions 

  1. Supplementary movies to doctoral thesis by R. Fischer 

    Fischer, Robert (2022)
    This collection contains movies of time series depictions of figures within the thesis. The tar-file has a separate subfolder for each relevant chapter. The filenames begin with the corresponding figure name, for example 'ch05/figure_5_2_supplementary_movie_1a.mkv' for the movie corresponding to figure 5.2 in chapter 5.
  2. Transitional Space. Six Japanese Houses Traversed 

    Uzor, Myriam; Overath, Luisa; Vollmer, Matthias; et al. (2021)
  3. Data-Enabled Predictive Control for Quadcopters – Video 

    Elokda, Ezzat; Coulson, Jeremy; Beuchat, Paul N.; et al. (2021)
  4. Flow animation of Great Aletsch Glacier generated by autofocusing temporally multilooked SAR time series 

    Leinss, Silvan (2021)
    The animation of the flow of Great Aletsch Glacier is based on 2-m resolution synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images acquired by the satellite TanDEM-X. For reduction of radar specke and for determination of the flow velocity a method for "glacier velocity determination by autofocusing temporally multilooked SAR time series" was applied. The method is published in the IEEE proceedings of the IGARSS Conference 2021.
  5. Supplementary video for "H-infinity Network Optimization for Edge Consensus" 

    Farhat, Omar; Jaoude, Dany Abou; Hudoba de Badyn, Mathias (2021)
  6. Ground-penetrating radar imaging reveals glacier’s drainage network in 3D - Video Supplement 

    Church, Gregory James (2021)
    During a 2020 field campaign on Rhonegletscher, we acquired a 3D ground-penetrating radar (GPR) dataset over the Rhonegletscher's drainage network. The presented videos show the GPR data cube with vertical slices (inline and crossline) and horizontal slices (depth slices).
  7. Dynamical effects of Atlantic islands 

    Gao, Qinggang (2021)
  8. Double Bind 

    Jasper, Adam (2019)
    A journey is a confrontation of expectation with reality. How will the place we visit compare to the images we have formed in our head? Few islands are as evocative as Bali, the famous island in the Indonesian archipelago that was often described as the last paradise. Double Bind documents a trip to Bali as well as the possibility and impossibility of finding an approach to the complex reality of a place. The film was inspired by the ...
  9. Halfway Demolition 

    De Vylder, Jan; Vinck, Inge; Taillieu, Jo (2018)
    An old pyschiatric clinic in Melle, Belgium. Already there since the turn of the twentieth century. Back then, an unique place, ahead of its time. (...) Its excistence, however, had already suffered a first demolition. Yet, by considering this as a chance rather than a loss, an opening came into view. (...) And yet, the building stood there. The building existed. Except from that the building might turn the usual ideas around - might ...
  10. Sustainability Issues in Global Supply Chains: Forest Conservation 

    Garrett, Rachael; Voudrisli, Marina; Deplazes, Janic (2020)
    The seventh and last video of our "ISTP4Public" series sheds light on sustainability issues in forest-focused supply chain policies. Prof. Rachael Garrett from the Department of Environmental Systems Science discusses the global developments that provoked her scientific interest in this topic, and she talks about supply chain policies' effectiveness. She also highlights the need for local governments' involvement and the key role of ...
  11. Managing the COVID-19 pandemic in poor urban neighborhoods: The case of Accra and Johannesburg 

    van der Merwe, Antoinette; Durizzo, Kathrin; Voudrisli, Marina; et al. (2020)
    The global COVID-19 pandemic is manifesting differently in every country. The new video of our "ISTP4Public" series sheds light on how the urban poor mitigated their risk of infection in Accra and Johannesburg at the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak. Researchers Antoinette van der Merwe from the Swiss Minerals Observatory and Kathrin Durizzo from the Development Economics Group talk about their main findings and the policy implications.
  12. Utilization-focused scientific policy advice: a six-point checklist 

    Kaufmann, David; Sager, Fritz; Mavrot, Céline; et al. (2020)
    ISTP4Public Video Series
    In this video of our "ISTP4Public" series, Prof. David Kaufmann from ETH Zurich’s Spatial Development and Urban Policy Group highlights the need for policy advice that includes considerations of implementability and acceptance of the proposed policy. To help climate scientists provide such utilization-focused policy advice, Prof. Kaufmann worked together with various researchers and formulated a six-point checklist. One of their key ...
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  13. What drives public support for policies to enhance electric vehicle adoption? 

    Brückmann, Gracia; Bernauer, Thomas; Voudrisli, Marina; et al. (2020)
    ISTP4Public Video Series
    The second video of the "ISTP4Public" video series provides fresh insights into the public support and the political feasibility of policy options for promoting EV adoption. Based on a choice experiment, ISTP PhD student Gracia Brückmann and Prof. Thomas Bernauer found that pull measures, such as subsidies for electric cars, attract more public support even when policy funding is revealed. This suggests that more ambitious pull measures ...

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