Sustainability assessment of roads containing reclaimed asphalt pavement - Decision support based on life cycle assessment & life cycle cost analysis during road design. University of Antwerp
Durable asphalt pavements for heavy duty roads. Research into the selection of the optimal road structure for heavy duty pavements. Part II: monitoring and optimization. University of Antwerp
Applicability of self-explaining roads in Flanders on the basis of driving simulator studies Hasselt University
Integrating Monitoring in the Nomination Process of Cultural Serial Transnational World Heritage Using Geospatial Content Management Systems: The Silk Roads Case Study KU Leuven
Cultural serial transnational World Heritage nominations contain component parts located in two or more countries that may or may not be contiguous. As such, they are a great opportunity for States Parties to collaborate and share experiences under a common Outstanding Universal Value (OUV). One way of properly protecting and managing these sites can be a systematic monitoring of change with regard to heritage values and attributes, and ...
The aim of this project is to use Ca-low iron silicate slags (from the copper industry) and Ca-rich iron silicates (from the lead industry) to enable applications for road applications such as noise-absorbing road cover, noise barriers and tunnel panels.
Eranet to Unravel new Roads to Eradiction and a Cure for Aids Ghent University
EURECA focuses on the role of cellular determinants in the development of HIV latency and HIV persistence. The goal is to identify new cellular targets for HIV curative therapies and to discover new diagnostic possibilities for quantification and clinical follow up of HIV latency.
Exploring new roads towards more family quality of life. The relationship between a family-centered approach and family quality of life in families with children with an intellectual disability. KU Leuven
Recent research on families with a child with a disability pays much attention to family quality of life (FQOL) and the family-centered approach (FCA). Although plenty of research has been conducted on their theorizing, conceptualization, and measurement, several questions regarding both concepts remain unanswered. In addition, several questions regarding their realization are still unresolved. Moreover, although they are often conceptually ...
Anti-Revolutionary Roads - The Distributive and Political Impact of Belgian Workmen’s Trains KU Leuven
The invention of the steam engine in the 18th century started a transport revolution that would gradually erode the costs of moving goods, people and ideas. Belgium was a global frontrunner in this revolution and was among the first to build railroads on such a large scale that, by the end of the 19th century, it had the densest track system in the world. Due to a unique government policy of cheap workmen’s tickets, it became one of the first ...