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Machine-learning approaches for the empirical Schrödinger bridge problem

Francisco Vargas
The Schrödinger bridge problem is concerned with finding the most likely stochastic evolution between two probability distributions given a prior/reference stochastic evolution. This problem was posed by Schrödinger (1931, 1932) and solved to a large extent. Problems of this kind, whilst not popular in the machine learning community, have direct applications such as domain adaptation, hypothesis testing, semantic similarity, and others. Thus, the focus of this thesis is to carry out a preliminary study on...

Quelles actions pour la filière vigne et vin face au changement climatique ? : Sélection de propositions issues d’une démarche participative et de la consultation d’instances professionnelles viticoles

Patrick Aigrain, Benjamin Bois, Françoise Brugière, Eric Duchene, García de Cortázar-Atauri, Jacques Gautier, Hervé Hannin, Nathalie Ollat & Jean-Marc Touzard

Pflanzenkohle in der Landwirtschaft. Hintergründe zur Düngerzulassung und Potentialabklärung für die Schaffung von Kohlenstoff-Senken

Hans-Peter Schmidt, Nikolas Hagemann, Fredy Abächerli, Jens Leifeld & Thomas Bucheli

Handbook of Methods for the Analysis of Oceanographic Parameters at the CARIACO Time-series Station: Cariaco Time Series Study.

Yrene M. Astor & et al

Potenzieller Einfluss soziodemografischer Faktoren auf Zugang und Erfolg einer Rehabilitation

Barbara Fröschl, Daniela Antony & Sarah Ivansits
Wissenschaftlicher Hintergrund: Das übergeordnete Ziel von Rehabilitation besteht in der Erhaltung bzw. Förderung der körperlichen, beruflichen und sozialen Leistungsfähigkeit der Patienten sowie der Förderung der individuellen Fähigkeiten und Möglichkeiten zur Krankheits- und Lebensbewältigung. In Deutschland umfasst die Rehabilitation folgende Bereiche: - Medizinische Leistungen zur Rehabilitation - Leistungen zur Teilhabe am Arbeitsleben - Unterhaltssichernde und ergänzende Leistungen - Leistungen zur Teilhabe am Leben in der Gemeinschaft. Forschungsfragen: Dieser HTA-Bericht (HTA = Health Technology Assessment) hat zwei...

Musiktherapie bei depressiven Jugendlichen

Daniela Antony, Barbara Fröschl, Alexander Eisenmann & Isabella Röhrling
Wissenschaftlicher Hintergrund: Die Musiktherapie ist Teil der „Künstlerischen Therapien“. Sie wird in Deutschland in aktiver und rezidiver Form im intra- und extramuralen Bereich angeboten. Jugendliche gelten für Musiktherapie als besonders empfänglich, da sich die Art der Therapie mit dem besonderen Interesse Jugendlicher an Musik deckt. Die Musiktherapie wird besonders häufig bei Jugendlichen mit psychischen und Verhaltungsstörungen zusätzlich zur Standardtherapie eingesetzt. Forschungsfragen: Zur Anwendung der Musiktherapie an depressiven Jugendlichen wird deren Effektivität in Kombination mit der...

Arbeit, Sicherheit und Gesundheit in Nordrhein-Westfalen. Ergebnisse der Beschäftigtenbefragung 2016.

Manuel Keller, Carolin Risse, Christin Polzer-Baakes, Corinna Brauner & Peter Krauss-Hoffmann
Die Beschäftigtenbefragung NRW ist eine seit 1994 regelmäßig durchgeführte, repräsentative Querschnittsbefragung von Beschäftigten in Nordrhein-Westfalen. Die siebte Beschäftigtenbefragung NRW wurde im Jahr 2016 vom Landesinstitut für Arbeitsgestaltung in NRW im Auftrag des Ministeriums für Arbeit, Integration und Soziales durchgeführt. Ziel der Befragung ist es, die Entwicklungen der Arbeitsbedingungen in NRW aus Sicht der Beschäftigten abzubilden und so auch Trends zu identifizieren und Handlungsempfehlungen abzuleiten. Der Kern der Befragung sind arbeitsbedingte sowie zusätzliche private Belastungen, der...

Restitution des données collectées dans le cadre de la veille environnementale POLARIS

Laura Barth & Giulia Gatti
Ce document a pour première intention d’explorer les données d'occurrence recueillies par des plongeurs citoyens volontaires, dans le cadre de la veille environnementale proposée par POLARIS. Les analyses descriptives de ces données permettent de fournir une vue d’ensemble sur la répartition spatiale d’espèces cibles à intérêts scientifique et de gestion. Elles ont vocation à compléter des connaissances scientifiques et devront être mise en lien avec des études plus précises sur le territoire et sur les...

AI3SD Intern Project: Towards including chemical insights into large-scale quantum chemistry calculations

András Vekassy & Chris-Kriton Skylaris
This year 15 interns join us for a 10 week programme between 28th June and 25th September 2021. The projects they are working on are interdisciplinary and include both cutting-edge AI and cutting-edge chemical discovery and demonstrate how and why they are relevant to AI3SD. The projects must be able to demonstrate valuable outputs both with respect to developing student skill and providing impact to AI3SD.

The Interns will be required to produce a poster for...

Disrupting Digital Monolingualism: A report on multilingualism in digital theory and practice

Paul Spence
This report is about the Disrupting Digital Monolingualism virtual workshop in June 2020. The DDM workshop sought to draw together a wide range of stakeholders active in confronting the current language bias in most of the digital platforms, tools, algorithms, methods, and datasets which we use in our study or practice, and to reverse the powerful impact this bias has on geocultural knowledge dynamics in the wider world. The workshop aimed to describe the state...

WaterSNIP Meetcampagne Nitraatsensoren. Een vergelijking van acht verschillende sensoren die hoogfrequent nitraat meten in oppervlaktewater

EV Tenner, AEJ Hooijboer & JC Rozemeijer

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Theo Stefan
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Business Plan WindScanner.pt. Research Infrastructure. National Research Infrastructure (PINFRA/22207/2016)

José Grosso, José Campos, Teresa Simões & Luis Frölén
This report describes the Business Plan for the implementation of the Research Infrastructure WindScanner.PT and presents the main activities to be developed by the RI.

Inclusive Education: Take Action! Luxembourg Recommendations flyer

On 16 October 2015, the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union hosted the Agency's fourth Hearing, entitled 'Inclusive Education – Take Action!'. Seventy-two young people from across Europe, both with and without special educational needs and/or disabilities, had the opportunity to discuss how their schools and communities ensure inclusive education for them. This flyer below summarises the young people's recommendations expressed at the Hearing in Luxembourg, later presented to the European Ministers...

Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems flyer

Countries' systems of funding for education play a critical role in implementing the right to education and in developing inclusive education systems that promote participation and achievement for all learners.

The Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems (FPIES) project aims to identify coherent financing mechanisms for inclusive education, examine how they operate and assess what critical levers affect the effectiveness of funding policy mechanisms to reduce disparities in learning outcomes affecting learners from disadvantaged...

Mapping the Implementation of Policy for Inclusive Education flyers

The Mapping the Implementation of Policy for Inclusive Education (MIPIE) project work involved over 60 experts from 27 European countries. The MIPIE work made it possible to highlight a number of recommendations to guide future work in the area. These recommendations are the focus of this paper, which summarises the overall findings of the MIPIE project. For further information, visit the MIPIE project web area. Download the MIPIE flyer below as a PDF in 21...

Does Aspirin help or damage the liver?

Alexandros Balaskas, Olga Ivanova, Marius Lazar, Lucas Smith & Carolina Diamandis
Aspirin is one of the most widely used medicines in the world and has been on the market for over a century. Therefore, it is surprising that little solid research has been done regarding the effects of aspirin on the liver. If anything, you can find a few studies from the 1970s. At that time, aspirin was described as damaging to the liver by quite some authors. But since the turn of the millennium, studies...

Exploring Indigenous Igorot Culture in Virtual Reality

Maria Nenita Victoria E. Chaluyan
This practice-based research project explores the possibility and benefits of using virtual reality as a multimedia tool in cultural heritage education particularly that of indigenous Igorot culture. It aims to encourage appreciation of indigenous Igorot culture through immersive and interactive means in light of growing innovations in technology and the digitally evolving mindset of the 21st century person. The challenge lies on how to effectively interpret tangible and intangible aspects of Igorot culture in the...

Exploring Indigenous Igorot Culture in Virtual Reality

Maria Nenita Victoria E. Chaluyan
This practice-based research project explores the possibility and benefits of using virtual reality as a multimedia tool in cultural heritage education particularly that of indigenous Igorot culture. It aims to encourage appreciation of indigenous Igorot culture through immersive and interactive means in light of growing innovations in technology and the digitally evolving mindset of the 21st century person. The challenge lies on how to effectively interpret tangible and intangible aspects of Igorot culture in the...

Lisbon Declaration – Young People's Views on Inclusive Education

On 17 September 2007, the Agency, together with the Portuguese Ministry of Education, held a European Hearing entitled 'Young Voices: Meeting Diversity in Education'. The event took place within the framework of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Young people with special educational needs from 29 countries, attending secondary, vocational and higher education, participated in the Hearing. Their proposals resulted in the Lisbon Declaration – Young People's Views on Inclusive Education....

Lisbon Declaration – Young People's Views on Inclusive Education

On 17 September 2007, the Agency, together with the Portuguese Ministry of Education, held a European Hearing entitled 'Young Voices: Meeting Diversity in Education'. The event took place within the framework of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Young people with special educational needs from 29 countries, attending secondary, vocational and higher education, participated in the Hearing. Their proposals resulted in the Lisbon Declaration – Young People's Views on Inclusive Education....

Assessment in Inclusive Settings – Key policy messages

This paper gives an overview of the main conclusions and recommendations from Phase 1 of the Agency project on Assessment in Inclusive Settings. It highlights how the project recommendations may contribute to international and European Union policy priorities in the field. Assessment is a crucial factor in supporting the learning of all pupils, including learners identified with special educational needs. Assessment can contribute to or, alternatively, hinder the process of inclusive education. The development of...

Mapping the Implementation of Policy for Inclusive Education – Key policy messages

This paper gives an overview of the findings of the Agency project on Mapping the Implementation of Policy for Inclusive Education (MIPIE). It highlights how the project recommendations may contribute to European Union and international policy initiatives. Policy-makers are under pressure to demonstrate how policies are leading towards greater educational inclusion. This creates a need for the systematic collection of qualitative and quantitative information that answers key questions and that countries can use both longitudinally...

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