Contributions published at Informatics and Sustainability Research (Lorenz Hilty)

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Show abstractMaria Pouri, Lorenz Hilty, Digitally Enabled Sharing and the Circular Economy: Towards a Framework for Sustainability Assessment, In: Advances and New Trends in Environmental Informatics, Springer International Publishing, Cham, p. 105 - 116, 2020. (Book Chapter)
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Clemens Mader, Pros and Cons of AI in Education and Research – Learnings from a TA study on AI , In: 4th European Technology Assessment Conference. 2019. (Conference Presentation)
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Show abstractJürg Bargetze, The Influence of AI on Education; An Impact Analysis for Primary Schools in the Lehrplan 21 Area, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2019. (Master's Thesis)
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Show abstractMaciej Lebiedz, Digitalization - Analysis of its Influence on Individual Time Use and Associated Impacts on the Environment, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2019. (Master's Thesis)
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Show abstractJuergen Reinhard, Gregor Wernet, Rainer Zah, Reinout Heijungs, Lorenz Hilty, Contribution-based prioritization of LCI database improvements: the most important unit processes in ecoinvent, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Vol. 24 (10), 2019. (Journal Article)
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Show abstractLorenz Hilty, Weltretter 3.0. Drei Chancen für smarten Umweltschutz, Movum - Briefe zur Transformation, Vol. 2019 (25), 2019. (Journal Article)
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Show abstractAndreas Gerber, Markus Ulrich, Patrick Wäger, Review of Haptic and Computerized (Simulation) Games on Climate Change, In: ISAGA conference. 2019. (Conference Presentation)
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Show abstractMaurus Dora, Use of Time: Theories and Application in the Age of Digitalisation, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2019. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Show abstractJeremy Kubrak, Videoconferencing at University of Zurich – Status Quo, Requirements, and Recommendations, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2019. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Show abstractJoao Sa Vinhas Goncalves, Lorenz Hilty, Patrick Wäger, Multi-model Simulation Specification and Execution, In: SIMULTECH 2019 – 9th International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologied, Technologies and Applications. 2019. (Conference Presentation)
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Show abstractJan Bieser, Visual Exploration of Time Use Data to Support Environmental Assessment of Lifestyles, In: 41st International Association for Time Use Research Conference, International Association for Time Use Research. 2019. (Conference Presentation)
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Show abstractGianluca Piga, Impacts of e-commerce on individual travel from a time-use perspective, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2019. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Majurikka Sivanantham, Vergleich verschiedener Suchmaschinen hinsichtlich Datenschutz und Suchqualität, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2019. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Show abstractBodo Brägger, Green VVZ, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2019. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Show abstractAndreas Gerber, Post-fossil Cities, In: EPSF 2019. 2019. (Conference Presentation)
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Lorenz Hilty, Video-Streaming ist weit weniger klimabelastend als Fliegen, In: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, p. 9, 14 June 2019. (Newspaper Article)
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Show abstractMaria Pouri, Lorenz Hilty, First Workshop on Digitally Enabled Sharing and Sustainability (DESS), In: ICT4S 6th International Conference on ICT for Sustainability. 2019. (Conference Presentation)
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Show abstractJan Bieser, David Haas, Lorenz Hilty, VETUS – Visual Exploration of Time Use Data to Support Environmental Assessment of Lifestyles, In: 6th International Conference on ICT for Sustainability, CEUR-WS, 2019-06-10. (Conference or Workshop Paper published in Proceedings)
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Show abstractDavid Wyss, Lifestyle-based Analysis of Travel Behavior, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2019. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Show abstractMirco Triner, Smart Homes – Wie sich die Interaktion mit der Wohnumgebung durch Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie verändert, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2019. (Master's Thesis)
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