AFI Seminar by Esther Frostig (Haifa University)
“A reinsurance risk model with state dependent coverage”
Doctoral Seminar Jan-Bart Vervenne
Do small firms contribute to productivity growth? Macro evidence from corporate patenting in Europe.
Doctoraatsverdediging Brendan Van Alsenoy
Regulating data protection : the allocation of responsibility and risk among actors involved in personal data processing
Doctoraatsverdediging Gert-Jan Dugardein
Nielsen fixed and periodic point theory on infra-nilmanifolds
IFL 2016: 28th Symposium on Implementation and Application of Functional Languages
The goal of the IFL symposia is to bring together researchers actively engaged in the implementation and application of functional and function-based programming languages. IFL 2016 is a venue for researchers to present and discuss new ideas and concepts, work in progress, and publication-ripe results related to the implementation and application of functional languages and function-based programming.
Stem cell-derived hepatocytes: recent advances and applications
Literature Seminar by Nicky Helsen
Doctoraatsverdediging Garbiñe Fernandez Lizarribar
Reliability Analysis of Wind Turbine Blades
Analysis of mitophagy in patients with idiopathic and monogenic Parkinson's disease
Research seminar by Fieke Wauters
Modelling strategy for clinched joints in large assemblies
Clinching is a mechanical joining technique which involves severe local plastic deformation of two or more metal sheet parts resulting in a permanent mechanical interlock. Today, it is a reliable joining technique used in automotive, HVAC and general steel constructions whilst still gaining interest. As it is not computationally feasible to include detailed sub models of these type of joints in FE simulations of clinched assemblies during the design stage, the author proposes a simple methodology to represent these connections with simplified elements.