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Experimental high energy physics with the CMS detector at the LHC

Faculty of Science - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Physik Institut
Introduction:Research analyzing data and/or building detectors at the CMS experiment in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN.

Operando research in heterogeneous catalysis

Sciences - Leiden, The Netherlands
Department: Chemistry
Introduction:The nanoscale structure of a catalyst under reaction conditions determines its activity, selectivity, and stability. For the production of sustainable energy and materials, new catalysts are needed. By understanding the structure-activity relationships of catalysts under reaction conditions, insight in the development of these new catalysts can be obtained. Using in situ imaging techniques under industrial conditions, we are currently studying Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, NO reduction and oxidation, hydrodesulfurization, CO oxidation, and chlorine production.

Affective Sciences

Swiss Center for Affective Sciences (CISA) - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Swiss Center for Affective Sciences (CISA)
Introduction:Many phenomena, ranging from individual cognitive processing to social and collective behavior, cannot be understood without taking into account affective determinants.

Determinants of Electoral Behavior: A Comparative Approach

Social Sciences - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Center for Political Science Research
Introduction:Across liberal democracies, electoral behavior is on the rise and this has given rise to more fundamental questions on democratic legitimacy and stability.

Characterization of the molecular mechanisms that underlie metabolic adaptation

Sciences - Leiden, The Netherlands
Department: Institute of Biology
Introduction:Τo maintain energy homeostasis, organisms need to adapt their metabolism according to nutrient availability.

History of language teaching in Germany

- Munich, Germany
Department: Dept opf British and American Studies
Introduction:The research project History of English Language Teaching in Germany, has two different foci which form the core of subprojects. The first focus rests on language education policy in the post-war period, the second on the role of literary texts in English language teaching in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Carbon Nanotubes & Polymer composites

KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Department of Materials Engineering
Introduction:Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) possess extremely high intrinsic mechanical properties and are therefore considered as good candidates to reinforce polymer composite materials.

Exploring individual differences in learning

University of Geneva - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
Introduction:The human brain is endowed with outstanding learning abilities that are crucial to our everyday lives. One of these is the capacity to detect and extract statistical regularities from the environment (statistical learning).

Electrical energy systems

KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Department of Electrical Engineering
Introduction: Research topics: security of (energy) supply, renewable electricity technology, energy markets, distributed energy resources, power electronics, electrical drives, electrical transportation, dependable control.

Probing the viscosity of conduction electrons in metals

University of Geneva - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Condensed Matter Physics
Introduction:An important property characterizing a liquid is its viscosity. Honey is for example very viscous, while water is rather fluid. Metals conduct electricity
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