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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hedlin Hayden, Malin;
    Publisher: Stockholms universitet, Institutionen för kultur och estetik
    Country: Sweden
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sannö, Anna; Giliyana, San; Lindhult, Erik; Synnelius, Elvira;
    Publisher: Mälardalens universitet, Innovation och produktrealisering
    Country: Sweden

    This handbook is developed for thesis students, as well as academic supervisors and industrial supervisors. The handbook aims to clarify the thesis process and make it easier for you to work as a team. By following this process, you will make sure that the thesis will have both academic and industrial contributions.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ulfsparre, Sanna Isabel;
    Publisher: Umeå universitet, Umeå universitetsbibliotek (UB)
    Country: Sweden

    As academia develops towards open science and increased access to research data and materials, we find ourselves with new possibilities and opportunities to use and reuse research output. Among indigenous people, this development is considered a great progress, as well as a source of tension, as they have worked towards both increased transparency and increased control over application and use of indigenous data and knowledge. In order to bring light to ethical issues regarding indigenous data, the organisation GIDA (Global Indigenous Data Alliance) is presenting the CARE (Collective benefit, Authority to control, Responsibility, Ethics) principles – a suggestion for a principal framework to be used as a complement to the established FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) principles for research data management. In the framework of CARE, the concept "Indigenous data" include all data connected to indigenous peoples and resources, regardless of level. Indigenous data are not limited to data collected within research contexts. The term include qualitative as well as quantitative data, and all types of data – from personal and cultural data to data concerning indigenous resources and environments. In the article Operationalizing the CARE and FAIR principles for Indigenous data futures, published in Nature (2021), Carroll et al. states that "Earth and space science research data is highly relevant to Indigenous communities". In other words, indigenous data occur in a wider range of research domains than one might generally assume. CARE might lead to increased visibility and dissemination of interdiciplinary research. Among other things it is important that descriptive metadata uphold a high quality in the larger, generalist resources and structures for information organisation. If the CARE principles are to be used, they need to operate in line with other existing frameworks for research ethics. The principles are interesting reading for researchers, regardless of level of implementation, as they provide information about aspects of research data management and use that might be ethically important. In a swedish context, the CARE principles are being processed in relation to our seats of learning and governing institutions. The question of whether, and to what extent, CARE might become guidelines for ethical research practices in Sweden is still open. However, that the CARE principles are on the agenda in itself mean that indigenous issues and the UN resolution UNDRIP are tested and brought to the fore in relation to our ethical framework for open science and open data. I takt med att den akademiska världen utvecklas mot öppen vetenskap och ökad tillgång till forskningsdata och forskningsmaterial får vi nya möjligheter att använda och återanvända de forskningsdata och material som forskningen alstrar. Bland världens urfolk betraktas utvecklingen mot öppen vetenskap som ett stort framsteg, samtidigt som det ger upphov till spänningar. Detta beror på att urfolken arbetar både för ökad öppenhet och transparens kring forskning, och för att få ökad kontroll över att tillämpning och användning av urfolksdata och -kunskap sker på ett etiskt sätt. För att belysa de etiska frågorna i relation till urfolksdata har organisationen GIDA (Global Indigenous Data Alliance) presenterat CARE-principerna (Collective benefit, Authority to control, Responsibility, Ethics) - ett förslag till en principiell ram som kan användas som ett komplement till de etablerade FAIR-principerna (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) för hantering av forskningsdata. Inom ramen för CARE-principerna används begreppet "Indigenous data" (urfolksdata) på ett sätt som omfattar all data som påverkar urfolk, oavsett nivå. Data behöver inte vara insamlade i forskningssyfte, men forskningsdata ingår i begreppet. Termen innefattar kvalitativ och kvantitativa data, och alla typer av data – från kulturella data och persondata till data som rör urfolkens resurser och miljöer. I artikeln Operationalizing the CARE and FAIR principles for Indigenous data futures, som publicerades i Nature (2021), konstaterar Carroll et al. att "Earth and space science research data is highly relevant to Indigenous communities". Urfolksdata kan med andra ord förekomma inom en större bredd av forskningsområden än vad man kanske i vanliga fall tänker sig. CARE kan leda till att tvärvetenskaplig forskning om urfolk får ökad synlighet och att forskare inom området får fler möjligheter att sprida sina forskningsresultat. För att detta ska vara möjligt krävs bland annat beskrivande metadata av hög kvalité i de stora, generella resurserna och strukturerna för informationsorganisation. Eventuell användning av CARE måste fungera tillsammans med befintliga forskningsetiska ramverk. Principerna är intressant läsning för forskare, oavsett grad av implementering, eftersom de ger information om olika aspekter av forskningsdataprocessen och -användningen som kan vara etiskt viktiga. I ett svenskt sammanhang processas CARE-principerna nu i förhållande till våra lärosäten och styrande institutioner. Frågan om, och i vilken utsträckning, CARE kan bli riktlinjer för etisk forskning i Sverige står fortfarande öppen. Men att CARE finns på agendan innebär i sig att urfolksfrågor och FN-resolutionen UNDRIP testas och lyfts fram i relation till våra forskningsetiska ramverk för öppen vetenskap och öppna data. The feature is available both in English and in Swedish. Originally published on the Umeå university library webpage. The text in the feature has a CC BY 4.0 license. The images are not included in the licence.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bernardi, G.; Brost, E.; Denisov, D.; Landsberg, G.; Aleksa, M.; d’Enterria, D.; Janot, P.; Mangano, M. L.; Selvaggi, M.; Zimmermann, F.; +32 more
    Publisher: Uppsala universitet, Högenergifysik
    Country: Sweden

    In this white paper for the 2021 Snowmass process, we give a description of the proposed Future Circular Collider (FCC) project and its physics program. The paper summarizes and updates the discussion submitted to the European Strategy on Particle Physics. After construction of an approximately 90 km tunnel, an electron-positron collider based on established technologies allows world-record instantaneous luminosities at center-of-mass energies from the Z resonance up to tt thresholds, enabling a rich set of fundamental measurements including Higgs couplings determinations at the sub percent level, precision tests of the weak and strong forces, and searches for new particles, including dark matter, both directly and via virtual corrections or mixing. Among other possibilities, the FCC-ee will be able to (i) indirectly discover new particles coupling to the Higgs and/or electroweak bosons up to scales around 7 and 50 TeV, respectively; (ii) perform competitive SUSY tests at the loop level in regions not accessible at the LHC; (iii) study heavy-flavor and tau physics in ultra-rare decays beyond the LHC reach, and (iv) achieve the best potential in direct collider searches for dark matter, sterile neutrinos, and axion-like particles with masses up to around 90 GeV. The tunnel can then be reused for a proton-proton collider, establishing record center-of-mass collision energy, allowing unprecedented reach for direct searches for new particles up to the around 50 TeV scale, and a diverse program of measurements of the Standard Model and Higgs boson, including a precision measurement of the Higgs self-coupling, and conclusively testing weakly-interacting massive particle scenarios of thermal relic dark matter. Contribution to Snowmass 2021arXiv:2203.06520

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    The Electric Mine Working Group,;
    Publisher: Canada : Global Mining Guidelines Group (GMG)
    Country: Sweden

    This guideline describes recommended practices for the use of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in underground mining. Its intent is to provide guidance and an overall discussion about the benefits, drawbacks, and planning neededto design and implement a BEV fleet within an existing or new mine. 

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Almqvist, Andreas; Ràfols, Francesc Pérez;
    Publisher: Luleå tekniska universitet, Maskinelement
    Country: Sweden

    This compendium comprises models and numerical solution procedure for tribological interfaces. It describes the tribological contact and the classical lubrication regimes. A thorough derivation of the Reynolds equation, governing the fluid pressure, from the Navier-Stokes momentum equations and the continuity equation for conservation of mass, is presented along with its analytical solution for the infinitely wide linear slider bearing. The compilation of the compendium was conducted by the first author during his tenure as Professor at the Division of Machine Elements, Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics, Luleå University of Technology and by the second author during his tenure as a postdoctoral researcher at the same division. Although the compilation of this text is the work solely of the authors, the models and solution procedure presented herein is joint development of many good colleagues and co-authors. Our sincere gratitude is extended towards them all.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Öhrlund, Isak; Schultzberg, Mårten;
    Publisher: Uppsala universitet, Industriell teknik
    Country: Sweden

    In “Arcturus 2.0: A meta-analysis of time-varying rates for electricity”, Ahmad Faruqui, Sanem Sergici and Cody Warner present a meta-analysis of an impressive collection of studies on the impact of time-varying pricing on peak electricity demand. Based on their analysis, the authors claim to have identified a positive log-linear relationship between peak demand reduction and the peak to off-peak price ratio and that this relationship is moderated by enabling technologies. However, we believe that there are a number of methodological issues and possible biases in the analysis that need to be addressed before we can draw such conclusions. This Commentary was written as a response to the claims made in the article "Arcturus 2.0: A meta-analysis of time-varying rates for electricity" by Ahmad Faruqui, Sanem Sergici and Cody Warner, published in The Electricity Journal in December 2017. The Commentary addresses a number of methodological issues and possible biases present in the article that are of great importance to be aware of for anyone engaged in demand side response research.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ehrlich, Samantha;
    Publisher: Stockholms universitet, PRIM-gruppen
    Country: Sweden

    ASSESS

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Reichel, Jane;
    Publisher: Stockholms universitet, Juridiska institutionen
    Country: Sweden

    In all five cases on the Banco Popular resolution (T-481/17, T-510/17, T-523/17, T-570/17, and T-628/17), the applicants argued that their right to some aspect of good administration in Article 41 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (CFR) had been infringed: the duty of care, the right to be heard, the right of access to files, or the right to reasoned decisions. The cases were a golden opportunity for the General Court to clarify (at least) two aspects of the principle of good administration: the sphere of application ratione personae for the two participation rights – the right to be heard and the right of access to files – and the allocation of the responsibility to uphold the principle when multiple administrative bodies collaborate in preparing a matter. Regrettably, the Court did not seize this opportunity.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ulfsparre, Sanna Isabel;
    Publisher: Umeå universitet, Umeå universitetsbibliotek (UB)
    Country: Sweden

    The transition to an open science system affects the entire research process. The reward systems also need to be adjusted in order to support and mirror the open research landscape, but what will this work look like, and what will change? We met Gustav Nilsonne, chair of the European working group dealing with the issue and a participant in the SUHF working group on merit reviews. Övergången till ett öppet system för vetenskap och vetenskaplig kommunikation påverkar hela forskningsprocessen. Meriteringssystemen behöver anpassas för att stödja och spegla det öppna forskningslandskapet, men hur kommer arbetet att se ut och vad kommer att förändras? Vi har träffat Gustav Nilsonne, ordförande för den europeiska arbetsgruppen som hanterar frågan och deltagare i SUHF:s arbetsgrupp för meritbedömningar. The text of the feature "Towards a new reward system for open science" is licensed with a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license (CC BY 4.0). This allows for extended sharing and use of the material. For more information, see the original document as web page or full text document.

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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hedlin Hayden, Malin;
    Publisher: Stockholms universitet, Institutionen för kultur och estetik
    Country: Sweden
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sannö, Anna; Giliyana, San; Lindhult, Erik; Synnelius, Elvira;
    Publisher: Mälardalens universitet, Innovation och produktrealisering
    Country: Sweden

    This handbook is developed for thesis students, as well as academic supervisors and industrial supervisors. The handbook aims to clarify the thesis process and make it easier for you to work as a team. By following this process, you will make sure that the thesis will have both academic and industrial contributions.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ulfsparre, Sanna Isabel;
    Publisher: Umeå universitet, Umeå universitetsbibliotek (UB)
    Country: Sweden

    As academia develops towards open science and increased access to research data and materials, we find ourselves with new possibilities and opportunities to use and reuse research output. Among indigenous people, this development is considered a great progress, as well as a source of tension, as they have worked towards both increased transparency and increased control over application and use of indigenous data and knowledge. In order to bring light to ethical issues regarding indigenous data, the organisation GIDA (Global Indigenous Data Alliance) is presenting the CARE (Collective benefit, Authority to control, Responsibility, Ethics) principles – a suggestion for a principal framework to be used as a complement to the established FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) principles for research data management. In the framework of CARE, the concept "Indigenous data" include all data connected to indigenous peoples and resources, regardless of level. Indigenous data are not limited to data collected within research contexts. The term include qualitative as well as quantitative data, and all types of data – from personal and cultural data to data concerning indigenous resources and environments. In the article Operationalizing the CARE and FAIR principles for Indigenous data futures, published in Nature (2021), Carroll et al. states that "Earth and space science research data is highly relevant to Indigenous communities". In other words, indigenous data occur in a wider range of research domains than one might generally assume. CARE might lead to increased visibility and dissemination of interdiciplinary research. Among other things it is important that descriptive metadata uphold a high quality in the larger, generalist resources and structures for information organisation. If the CARE principles are to be used, they need to operate in line with other existing frameworks for research ethics. The principles are interesting reading for researchers, regardless of level of implementation, as they provide information about aspects of research data management and use that might be ethically important. In a swedish context, the CARE principles are being processed in relation to our seats of learning and governing institutions. The question of whether, and to what extent, CARE might become guidelines for ethical research practices in Sweden is still open. However, that the CARE principles are on the agenda in itself mean that indigenous issues and the UN resolution UNDRIP are tested and brought to the fore in relation to our ethical framework for open science and open data. I takt med att den akademiska världen utvecklas mot öppen vetenskap och ökad tillgång till forskningsdata och forskningsmaterial får vi nya möjligheter att använda och återanvända de forskningsdata och material som forskningen alstrar. Bland världens urfolk betraktas utvecklingen mot öppen vetenskap som ett stort framsteg, samtidigt som det ger upphov till spänningar. Detta beror på att urfolken arbetar både för ökad öppenhet och transparens kring forskning, och för att få ökad kontroll över att tillämpning och användning av urfolksdata och -kunskap sker på ett etiskt sätt. För att belysa de etiska frågorna i relation till urfolksdata har organisationen GIDA (Global Indigenous Data Alliance) presenterat CARE-principerna (Collective benefit, Authority to control, Responsibility, Ethics) - ett förslag till en principiell ram som kan användas som ett komplement till de etablerade FAIR-principerna (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) för hantering av forskningsdata. Inom ramen för CARE-principerna används begreppet "Indigenous data" (urfolksdata) på ett sätt som omfattar all data som påverkar urfolk, oavsett nivå. Data behöver inte vara insamlade i forskningssyfte, men forskningsdata ingår i begreppet. Termen innefattar kvalitativ och kvantitativa data, och alla typer av data – från kulturella data och persondata till data som rör urfolkens resurser och miljöer. I artikeln Operationalizing the CARE and FAIR principles for Indigenous data futures, som publicerades i Nature (2021), konstaterar Carroll et al. att "Earth and space science research data is highly relevant to Indigenous communities". Urfolksdata kan med andra ord förekomma inom en större bredd av forskningsområden än vad man kanske i vanliga fall tänker sig. CARE kan leda till att tvärvetenskaplig forskning om urfolk får ökad synlighet och att forskare inom området får fler möjligheter att sprida sina forskningsresultat. För att detta ska vara möjligt krävs bland annat beskrivande metadata av hög kvalité i de stora, generella resurserna och strukturerna för informationsorganisation. Eventuell användning av CARE måste fungera tillsammans med befintliga forskningsetiska ramverk. Principerna är intressant läsning för forskare, oavsett grad av implementering, eftersom de ger information om olika aspekter av forskningsdataprocessen och -användningen som kan vara etiskt viktiga. I ett svenskt sammanhang processas CARE-principerna nu i förhållande till våra lärosäten och styrande institutioner. Frågan om, och i vilken utsträckning, CARE kan bli riktlinjer för etisk forskning i Sverige står fortfarande öppen. Men att CARE finns på agendan innebär i sig att urfolksfrågor och FN-resolutionen UNDRIP testas och lyfts fram i relation till våra forskningsetiska ramverk för öppen vetenskap och öppna data. The feature is available both in English and in Swedish. Originally published on the Umeå university library webpage. The text in the feature has a CC BY 4.0 license. The images are not included in the licence.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bernardi, G.; Brost, E.; Denisov, D.; Landsberg, G.; Aleksa, M.; d’Enterria, D.; Janot, P.; Mangano, M. L.; Selvaggi, M.; Zimmermann, F.; +32 more
    Publisher: Uppsala universitet, Högenergifysik
    Country: Sweden

    In this white paper for the 2021 Snowmass process, we give a description of the proposed Future Circular Collider (FCC) project and its physics program. The paper summarizes and updates the discussion submitted to the European Strategy on Particle Physics. After construction of an approximately 90 km tunnel, an electron-positron collider based on established technologies allows world-record instantaneous luminosities at center-of-mass energies from the Z resonance up to tt thresholds, enabling a rich set of fundamental measurements including Higgs couplings determinations at the sub percent level, precision tests of the weak and strong forces, and searches for new particles, including dark matter, both directly and via virtual corrections or mixing. Among other possibilities, the FCC-ee will be able to (i) indirectly discover new particles coupling to the Higgs and/or electroweak bosons up to scales around 7 and 50 TeV, respectively; (ii) perform competitive SUSY tests at the loop level in regions not accessible at the LHC; (iii) study heavy-flavor and tau physics in ultra-rare decays beyond the LHC reach, and (iv) achieve the best potential in direct collider searches for dark matter, sterile neutrinos, and axion-like particles with masses up to around 90 GeV. The tunnel can then be reused for a proton-proton collider, establishing record center-of-mass collision energy, allowing unprecedented reach for direct searches for new particles up to the around 50 TeV scale, and a diverse program of measurements of the Standard Model and Higgs boson, including a precision measurement of the Higgs self-coupling, and conclusively testing weakly-interacting massive particle scenarios of thermal relic dark matter. Contribution to Snowmass 2021arXiv:2203.06520

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    The Electric Mine Working Group,;
    Publisher: Canada : Global Mining Guidelines Group (GMG)
    Country: Sweden

    This guideline describes recommended practices for the use of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in underground mining. Its intent is to provide guidance and an overall discussion about the benefits, drawbacks, and planning neededto design and implement a BEV fleet within an existing or new mine. 

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Almqvist, Andreas; Ràfols, Francesc Pérez;
    Publisher: Luleå tekniska universitet, Maskinelement
    Country: Sweden

    This compendium comprises models and numerical solution procedure for tribological interfaces. It describes the tribological contact and the classical lubrication regimes. A thorough derivation of the Reynolds equation, governing the fluid pressure, from the Navier-Stokes momentum equations and the continuity equation for conservation of mass, is presented along with its analytical solution for the infinitely wide linear slider bearing. The compilation of the compendium was conducted by the first author during his tenure as Professor at the Division of Machine Elements, Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics, Luleå University of Technology and by the second author during his tenure as a postdoctoral researcher at the same division. Although the compilation of this text is the work solely of the authors, the models and solution procedure presented herein is joint development of many good colleagues and co-authors. Our sincere gratitude is extended towards them all.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Öhrlund, Isak; Schultzberg, Mårten;
    Publisher: Uppsala universitet, Industriell teknik
    Country: Sweden

    In “Arcturus 2.0: A meta-analysis of time-varying rates for electricity”, Ahmad Faruqui, Sanem Sergici and Cody Warner present a meta-analysis of an impressive collection of studies on the impact of time-varying pricing on peak electricity demand. Based on their analysis, the authors claim to have identified a positive log-linear relationship between peak demand reduction and the peak to off-peak price ratio and that this relationship is moderated by enabling technologies. However, we believe that there are a number of methodological issues and possible biases in the analysis that need to be addressed before we can draw such conclusions. This Commentary was written as a response to the claims made in the article "Arcturus 2.0: A meta-analysis of time-varying rates for electricity" by Ahmad Faruqui, Sanem Sergici and Cody Warner, published in The Electricity Journal in December 2017. The Commentary addresses a number of methodological issues and possible biases present in the article that are of great importance to be aware of for anyone engaged in demand side response research.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ehrlich, Samantha;
    Publisher: Stockholms universitet, PRIM-gruppen
    Country: Sweden

    ASSESS

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Reichel, Jane;
    Publisher: Stockholms universitet, Juridiska institutionen
    Country: Sweden

    In all five cases on the Banco Popular resolution (T-481/17, T-510/17, T-523/17, T-570/17, and T-628/17), the applicants argued that their right to some aspect of good administration in Article 41 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (CFR) had been infringed: the duty of care, the right to be heard, the right of access to files, or the right to reasoned decisions. The cases were a golden opportunity for the General Court to clarify (at least) two aspects of the principle of good administration: the sphere of application ratione personae for the two participation rights – the right to be heard and the right of access to files – and the allocation of the responsibility to uphold the principle when multiple administrative bodies collaborate in preparing a matter. Regrettably, the Court did not seize this opportunity.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ulfsparre, Sanna Isabel;
    Publisher: Umeå universitet, Umeå universitetsbibliotek (UB)
    Country: Sweden

    The transition to an open science system affects the entire research process. The reward systems also need to be adjusted in order to support and mirror the open research landscape, but what will this work look like, and what will change? We met Gustav Nilsonne, chair of the European working group dealing with the issue and a participant in the SUHF working group on merit reviews. Övergången till ett öppet system för vetenskap och vetenskaplig kommunikation påverkar hela forskningsprocessen. Meriteringssystemen behöver anpassas för att stödja och spegla det öppna forskningslandskapet, men hur kommer arbetet att se ut och vad kommer att förändras? Vi har träffat Gustav Nilsonne, ordförande för den europeiska arbetsgruppen som hanterar frågan och deltagare i SUHF:s arbetsgrupp för meritbedömningar. The text of the feature "Towards a new reward system for open science" is licensed with a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license (CC BY 4.0). This allows for extended sharing and use of the material. For more information, see the original document as web page or full text document.

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