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  • Badarneh, Mohammad H. A. (University of Iceland, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Physical Sciences, 2024-02-21)
    Encoding data with magnetic states is currently used in various devices for data transmission, storage, and processing. The operating principle in these devices is often based on controlled switching, e.g., using a pulse of an external magnetic field, ...
  • Olafsdottir, Gudrun; Bogason, Sigurdur; Aubert, Pierre-Marie; Thakur, Maitri; Đurić, Ivan; Nicolau, Mariana; McGarraghy, Sean; Sigurdardottir, Hildigunnur; samoggia, antonella; Holden, Nicholas M.; Cechura, Lukas; Jaghdani, Tinoush; Svanidze, Miranda; Esposito, Gianandrea; Monticoni, Fransesca; Fedato, Cristina; Xhelili, A.; Huber, Elise; Hargaden, Vincent; Saviolidis, Nína María; Gorton, Matthew; Hubbard, Carmen; Kahiluoto, Helena; Hoang, Viet (University of Iceland, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Industrial Eng., Mechanical Eng. and Computer Science, 2021-09-15)
    The functioning of food value chains entails a complex organisation from farm to fork which is characterised by various governance forms and externalities which have shaped the overall food system. VALUMICS food value chain case studies: wheat to bread, ...
  • Benediktsson, Ívar Örn; Aradóttir, Nína; Ingólfsson, Ólafur; Brynjólfsson, Skafti (Elsevier, 2022-01)
    Ice streams are thought to have regulated the past Iceland Ice Sheet (IIS) during and following the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) by discharging ice and sediment from the interior of the ice sheet towards the shelf edge. Previous assessments of ice streams ...
  • Nguyen, Hang Thi (University of Iceland, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Food Science and Nutrition, 2023-04)
    A significant amount of small pelagic species and side streams obtained from industrial fish processing are currently converted to fishmeal and fish oil, and primarily used in feed production. The demand for fish and seafood products and fishmeal ...
  • Vilhjálmsson, Þorsteinn (Informa UK Limited, 2022-05-24)
    This article criticizes an acclaimed Icelandic documentary film series from 2019, People Like That („Svona fólk“), which has become the quasi-canonical history of the country‘s gay and lesbian rights struggle. The series tells the story of the forward ...
  • Hjartardóttir, Ásta Rut; Einarsson, Páll (Elsevier, 2021-09)
    The Hofsjökull volcanic system is located at the northern border of the Hreppar microplate on the Mid-Atlantic plate boundary in Iceland, between the more active Western and Eastern volcanic zones. In this study, fractures, and faults within the fissure ...
  • Höskuldsson, Árni Björn (University of Iceland, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Industrial Eng., Mechanical Eng. and Computer Science, 2023-11-30)
    The effects of global warming are being felt around the world, with extreme weather events occurring ever more frequently. Accelerating the ongoing transition towards renewable energy resources, both in transportation and industry, is of vital ...
  • Guðmundsdóttir, Lísabet (University of Iceland, School of Humanities, Faculty of History and Philosophy, 2024)
    Markmið þessarar rannsóknar er að rannsaka hvernig norrænir menn á Grænlandi öfluðu trjáviðar og nýttu hann á tímabilinu 985-1500 e. Kr. Grænland var numið af norrænu fólki á seinni hluta 10. aldar. Byggðarlögin voru tvö: Eystribyggð á suðurvestur ...
  • Urimi, Dileep (University of Iceland, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2023-08)
    Inherited retinal degeneration (RD), a rare neurodegenerative group of retinal blinding disorders and is characterized by a progressive loss of retinal photoreceptor cells that are responsible for vision. The symptoms of RD include onset of night ...
  • Borovac, Ana (University of Iceland, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Industrial Eng., Mechanical Eng. and Computer Science, 2024-01)
    Seizures are the most common neurological emergency among neonates and if left untreated they can cause permanent brain damage. The current gold standard for neonatal seizure detection is continuous electroencephalogram (EEG) visually interpreted by a ...
  • Sigurðsson, Kristján Þór (University of Iceland, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Sociology, Anthropology and Folkloristics, 2023-09)
    Þessi ritgerð fjallar um samfélag múslíma á Íslandi, innbyrðis tengsl þess sem og samskipti við íslenskt þjóðfélag og stofnanir þess. Staða þessa samfélags er sett í sögulegt og pólitískt samhengi og einkum þá orðræðu sem varð áberandi eftir 11. ...
  • Sigurbjörnsson, Gústav Adolf Bergmann (University of Iceland, School of Humanities, Faculty of History and Philosophy, 2023-12-06)
    In this thesis I explore the nature of issues in communication through the lenses of social epistemology and phenomenology. What is of primary interest is the relation between speech and empathy and what limitations we face when we articulate our ...
  • Nishida, Megumi (University of Iceland, 2023-12)
    This dissertation collects my five self-studies to make meaning of my doctoral project. I explore the path to empowerment in becoming a hybrid educator through the Self- Study of Teacher Education Practices (S-STEP/self-study) methodology. In each ...
  • Stefánsdóttir, Valgerður (University of Iceland, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Sociology, Anthropology and Folkloristics, 2023-12)
    Rannsóknin sem hér er kynnt er fyrsta heildstæða yfirlitið og rannsókn á íslensku táknmáli (ÍTM) og þróun döff menningar sem unnin hefur verið hér á landi. Þrjár rannsóknarspurningar voru hafðar að leiðarljósi: Spurt var hvernig ÍTM og samfélag döff ...
  • Jozranjbar, Bahareh (University of Iceland, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Psychology, 2023)
    This thesis probes the intricate nature of visual object recognition, especially how visual recognition skills are associated or dissociated in developmental disorders and the neurotypical population. Our primary areas of focus include the role of ...
  • Houborg, Christian (University of Iceland, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Psychology, 2023-11-30)
    When we are viewing the environment around us, we are exposed to an overwhelming continuous stream of information: not everything can be processed at once, and the perceptual system must pick and choose. We must direct our attention and select stimuli ...
  • Ingólfsdóttir, Jóna Guðbjörg (University of Iceland, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Sociology, Anthropology and Folkloristics, 2023-09)
    Despite the avowed aims of Icelandic welfare policies to provide services in a family-centred manner, parents commonly express their experiences of fragmented services that are offered more on the terms of the service providers than the families. ...
  • Smárason, Orri (University of Iceland, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Psychology, 2023-12)
    Background: Pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is debilitating and often chronic, associated with significant social and educational impairment as well as reduced quality of life. OCD can present with highly heterogenous symptom profiles. ...
  • Safavi, Aysan (University of Iceland, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Industrial Eng., Mechanical Eng. and Computer Science, 2023-11-20)
    Municipal solid waste incineration has been identified as a major source of dioxins in the air, leading to the closure of many European incinerators. While gasification of waste and biomass has been considered a more environmentally friendly alternative, ...
  • Ingólfsdóttir, Jóna Guðbjörg; Traustadóttir, Rannveig; Egilson, Snæfríður Þóra; Goodley, Dan (Norsk senter for barneforskning, 2012)
    It is commonly expressed by parents of disabled children within the Nordic region that there is a mismatch between the official aims of the welfare state and the services provided. In an attempt to explore ways to improve welfare services for disabled ...

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