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Quantitative demonstration of the Manually Driven Harmonic Oscillator

Matheus Navi dos Santos Silva & João Teles Carvalho-Neto
This is a physics teaching video showing a quantitative demonstration of forced oscillations and resonance using a spiral toy and the Harmetronome web application (http://harmetronome.glitch.me/) projected on a blackboard. More details can be found in this article.

Quantitative demonstration of the Manually Driven Harmonic Oscillator

Matheus Navi dos Santos Silva & João Teles Carvalho-Neto
This is a physics teaching video showing a quantitative demonstration of forced oscillations and resonance using a spiral toy and the Harmetronome web application (http://harmetronome.glitch.me/) projected on a blackboard. More details can be found in this article.

Size, Age, Sex, and/or Stage? Developing structured population models for ecotoxicology

Nathan Pollesch
Presentation to the University of Minnesota at Duluth, Department of Biology Seminar December 2019

Size, Age, Sex, and/or Stage? Developing structured population models for ecotoxicology

Nathan Pollesch
Presentation to the University of Minnesota at Duluth, Department of Biology Seminar December 2019

Qualitative demonstration of the Manually Driven Harmonic Oscillator

Matheus Navi dos Santos Silva & João Teles Carvalho-Neto
This is a physics teaching video showing a qualitative demonstration of forced oscillations and resonance using a spiral toy and the Harmetronome web application loaded on a smartphone (http://harmetronome.glitch.me/). More details can be found in this article.

Qualitative demonstration of the Manually Driven Harmonic Oscillator

Matheus Navi dos Santos Silva & João Teles Carvalho-Neto
This is a physics teaching video showing a qualitative demonstration of forced oscillations and resonance using a spiral toy and the Harmetronome web application loaded on a smartphone (http://harmetronome.glitch.me/). More details can be found in this article.

Introduction to RDM for Innovation Management @RSM

Miriam Braskova
An short introduction to data management including brief overview of tools, expertise, and policies available at Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM) and Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University of Rotterdam (RSM).

Presentation was given during Innovation Management section meeting on 15/01/2020.

Clay Figurines from Sirkeli Höyük

Moira Looney
Sirkeli Höyük is a settlement mound in the cilician plain near Adana, Turkey. It was first excavated in the 1930s by John Garstang. Work there was resumed in the 1990s by Barthel Hrouda and Horst Ehringhaus, and then again from 2006 until the present day; initially by the Universities of Tübingen and Çanakkale and subsequently (2011 onwards) by the Universities of Bern and Çanakkale. My Master’s thesis focused on the terracotta figurines unearthed during the...

Shaping Things: Design Fiction a Decade of Reflection

Dawne Irving-Bell, Matt McLain & David Wooff
Drawing directly upon earlier work and informed by the findings of more recent studies, inspired originally by the work of Bruce Sterling, this paper presents a collection of narratives from experienced design and technology teachers who were introduced to the notion of ‘design fiction’ during their teacher education programmes to use as a catalyst to effect innovative pedagogical approaches to the teaching of design and technology.

Specifically, this paper seeks to explore the advantages...

Reimplantation is Better Than Remodeling for Connective Tissue Disorders: Contrarian View

Lognathen Balacumaraswami
Lognathen Balacumaraswami of the Royal Stoke University Hospital in Stoke-on-Trent, UK, presents a discussion on reimplantation versus remodeling for the treatment of connective tissue disorders. He discusses the principles of reimplantation, long-term outcomes for reimplantation versus remodelling, and the techniques and complications of reimplantation.This presentation was originally given during the SCTS Ionescu University program at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery in Great Britain and Ireland. This content is published with...

Nicolas Born zum Gedenken - Günter Grass liest Gedichte: siehe auch Annotation

Günter Grass Stiftung-Medienarchiv

Genetic relationships specifying disease resistance in plant-bacterial interactions

Brian Staskawicz
Lecture given by Professor Brian Staskawicz, University of California-Berkely, USA at the Waite Campus, University of Adelaide, 20.4.1994
This lecture is part of the Campus Seminars and Distinguished Lecturer Series, Waite Campus, University of Adelaide, 1991 – 1997. https://figshare.com/projects/Campus_Seminars_and_Distinguished_Lecturer_Series_Waite_Campus_University_of_Adelaide/17756

Bach’s Fantasie (Partita No. 3 in A minor BWV: 827) Arr: Brissenden (Version 3)

Philip Glen Brissenden
Bach’s Fantasie (Partita No. 3 in A minor BWV: 827) Arr: Brissenden (Version 2)
Arranged using the three stave system developed to reflect more complex notation directions. The upper two staves reflect complete performance by the right hand in contact with the string face, the third (lower) staff represents the left hand, keyboard instructions. two varied performance recordings accompany this scored arrangement.

6. Expanded Interiors - House of the Cryptoporticus, Pompeii. Project Point Cloud in .XYZ format (Zipped)

Catrin Huber, Ian Haynes, Alexander Turner, Thea Ravesi & Rosie Morris
Laser scans of the House of the Cryptoporticus, Pompeii using a Faro Focus X330D laser scanner. The scans were used to plan Catrin Huber's installation at the House of the Criptoporticus, Pompeii 2018

Data Management Experiences and Best Practices from the Perspective of a Plant Research Institute

Daniel Arend
Presentation on the DILS 17.July.2014 in Lisbon, Portugal

Keynote - Changing the conversation: Putting learning at the heart of the curriculum

Claire Saunders
Video of the keynote presentation given at Quality Enhancement Conference 2019 by Claire Saunders, Staff Tutor (Education) The Open University.
Changing the conversation: Putting learning at the heart of the curriculum
Link to Panopto version available under 'References'.
#CmetQE2019#GAMetC2019

Gleichnamige Brüche

Henning Schluß
In der DDR wurden seit Beginn der 1970er Jahre zu Lehrerausbildungs- und Forschungszwecken Unterrichtsstunden auf 1-Zoll-Videobändern aufgezeichnet. Über zweihundert dieser Aufzeichnungen aus den Beständen der Ost-Berliner Humboldt-Universität, der Akademie der Pädagogischen Wissenschaften der DDR (APW) sowie der Pädagogischen Hochschulen Potsdam und Dresden blieben bis heute erhalten. Die Bänder gerieten nach der Friedlichen Revolution und der Wiedervereinigung in Vergessenheit und die Abspieltechnik an den Hochschulen der DDR wurde entsorgt. Erschwerend kam hinzu, dass es in den...

Data School Diary - Day 06 - Data Stewards and Information Security

Sanjin Muftic
Audio diary: Day 6 of CODATA-RDA Research Data Science School 2019 held at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Grignano, near Trieste in Italy between August 5 and August 16.
Sessions discussed include: Intro to Research Data Stewardship with Joy Davidson (DCC, University of Glasgow); Data Stewardship with Marjan Grootveld (DANS); FAIR Data with Joy Davidson (DCC, University of Glasgow); Data Management Planning with Shanmugasundaram Venkataraman (EPCC, University of Edinburgh); Information Security...

Solarnet Transnational Access and Service Programme 2013 - 2017

Solarnet- High Resolution Solar Physics Network
As a part of the SOLARNET project, the Transnational Access and Service Programme supports the access of the European solar physics community to some of the best European telescopes. To enhance the efficiency of data usage, external observers will receive also support for postfactum reduction of data, while standard pipelines are not fully developed, with the aim of providing them science-ready data. A successful Programme, which will bring together researchers of different nationalities, forms the...

Kingsbury Bay-Grassy Point Habitat Restoration: A Health Impact Assessment

Kathleen Williams, Joel Hoffman, Justicia Rhodus & Rosita Clark
Presentation to the Grassy Point Restoration Site Team Meeting November 2019

Kingsbury Bay-Grassy Point Habitat Restoration: A Health Impact Assessment

Kathleen Williams, Joel Hoffman, Justicia Rhodus & Rosita Clark
Presentation to the Grassy Point Restoration Site Team Meeting November 2019

16mm-filming-lighting.mp4

Nick Hall, John Ellis & Amanda Murphy
This footage was filmed in May 2015 in the television studio at Royal Holloway University of London in Egham, United Kingdom.
A team of veteran television film cameramen, electricians, and sound engineers who worked at the BBC Television Film Studios in the 1960s and 1970s recalled various aspects of their work.
Their memories were filmed using three Sony PMW-100 digital cameras and recorded using wireless microphones. The conversation was free-flowing with occasional questions and interventions from the...

Harmonically Mapped Averaging for Everyone

Andrew Schultz
Mapped averaging is a recently published scheme for the reformulation of ensemble averages. The framework uses approximate results from statistical mechanical theory to derive new ensemble averages (mapped averages) that represent exactly the error in the theory. Well-conceived mapped averages can be computed by molecular simulation with remarkable precision and efficiency, and in favorable cases the speedup factors are several orders of magnitude.

Harmonically mapped averaging (HMA) is the application of mapped averaging to crystalline...

Harmonically Mapped Averaging for Everyone

Andrew Schultz
Mapped averaging is a recently published scheme for the reformulation of ensemble averages. The framework uses approximate results from statistical mechanical theory to derive new ensemble averages (mapped averages) that represent exactly the error in the theory. Well-conceived mapped averages can be computed by molecular simulation with remarkable precision and efficiency, and in favorable cases the speedup factors are several orders of magnitude.

Harmonically mapped averaging (HMA) is the application of mapped averaging to crystalline...

Developing Protective Aquatic Life Values for Data-Limited PFAS Chemicals

Michael Elias, Gerald Ankley, Mace Barron, Christine Bergeron, Diana Eignor, Russell Erickson, Dale Hoff, Amanda Jarvis, James Justice, Carlie LaLone, David Mount, Daniel Villeneuve & Kathryn Gallagher
Presentation to the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) 40th annual meeting in Nov 2019

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