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Place Marketing in Hungary: The Case of Debrecen
Gábor Kozma
European Spatial Research and Policy , 2009, DOI: 10.2478/v10105-009-0004-6
Abstract: After the political transformations in East-Central Europe local authorities were forced to realise that they have to employ more active policy, and consequently, the use of place marketing became more popular. The study examines one particular city in Hungary, Debrecen, and concentrates on two areas. First, it presents what methods were employed in an attempt to attract economic players and tourists, and to increase the satisfaction of existing target groups. Secondly, it evaluates the steps taken: how characteristic were the tools used in Debrecen in other Hungarian cities, and what positive and negative features of marketing activity can be identified.
Supernova Remnants, Pulsars and the Interstellar Medium - Summary of a Workshop Held at U Sydney, March 1999  [PDF]
Vikram Dwarkadas,Lewis Ball,James Caswell,Anne Green,Simon Johnston,Brian Schmidt,Mark Wardle
Physics , 2000, DOI: 10.1071/AS00083
Abstract: We summarise the proceedings of the SRCfTA workshop on ``Supernova Remnants, Pulsars and the Interstellar Medium'' that was held at the University of Sydney on Mar 18 and 19, 1999.
Workshop Summary  [PDF]
Frederick J. Gilman
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: Recent progress in understanding the physics of B mesons and of CP violation, as presented to this Workshop, is put in historical perspective and summarized.
CHARACTERIZATION OF URBAN AEROSOL SOURCES IN DEBRECEN, HUNGARY  [PDF]
ZSóFIA KERTéSZ,ZOLTáN SZOBOSZLAI,ERIK DOBOS,ILDIKó BORBéLY-KISS
Acta Geographica Debrecina. Landscape and Environment Series , 2008,
Abstract: Debrecen is an average middle European city from the point of view of aerosol pollution. Its location makes the city an ideal place for observing aerosol transport processes. Systematic investigation ofatmospheric aerosol of the east-Hungarian region has been performed in the Institute of Nuclear Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for 20 years by accelerator based elemental analytical technique. As a complementation of this research we observed the size distribution andshort-term time variation of the elemental component of fine (PM2.5) and coarse (PM10-PM2.5) urban aerosol in the frame of sampling campaigns during 2007 and 2008 in a downtown site of Debrecen.Meteorological parameters were also recorded parallel to the aerosol sampling. Elemental concentrations (Z ≥ 12) were determined by particle induced X-ray emission (PIXE) analytical technique at the Laboratory of Ion Beam Applications (IBA) of the ATOMKI. On the obtained database six sources of the urban aerosol were identified: 2 types of soil, domestic heating, sulphate originating from long range transport processes, an unidentified source enriched with chlorine andtraffic. Emission episodes were also observed. The short-time variation of urban aerosol combined with meteorological data and with mass size distribution serves as a basis to reach a better understanding of the aerosol sources in receptor areas, to select local emission and long range transport episodes, to follow the evolution of aerosol, and to make a better estimate on the health impact.
Workshop summary and the future  [PDF]
Gianfranco De Zotti,Carlo Burigana,Carlo Baccigalupi
Physics , 2001, DOI: 10.1063/1.1471866
Abstract: We present a tentative summary of the many very interesting issues that have been addresses at this workshop, focussing in particular on the perspectives for measuring the polarization power spectra of the Cosmic Microwave Background produced by scalar and tensor perturbations, in the presence of foregrounds.
Workshop Summary: Experiment  [PDF]
Kenneth Hicks
Physics , 2005,
Abstract: A summary of experimental results from the Pentaquark 2004 Workshop held at the SPring-8 facility in Japan is given. New results from the LEPS collaboration are highlighted, and older results are reviewed. Non-observations are also discussed in light of theoretical estimates of possible $\Theta^+$ production mechanisms. The problem of the narrow width and the parity of the $\Theta^+$ are explored and point to future experimental work that is needed.
Summary of the Nijmegen Workshop on Multiparticle Production  [PDF]
Rudolph C. Hwa
Physics , 1996,
Abstract: This is the summary talk of the Nijmegen Workshop. The topics are: 1. Introduction, 2. Phenomenology of mature topics, 2.1 Bose-Einstein correlations, 2.2 Fluctuations, 2.3 Phenomenology of QCD and other dynamics, 3. Experiments not driven by conventional theory, 3.1 Search for DCC, 3.2 Soft-photon production, 4. Theory not driven by conventional experiments, 4.1 Criticality, 4.2 Erraticity and chaos, 5. Other comments.
HISTORY OF THE METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATOIONS IN DEBRECEN  [PDF]
SáNDOR SZEGEDI
Acta Geographica Debrecina. Landscape and Environment Series , 2008,
Abstract: Debrecen was among the first cities in Hungary where meteorological observatories were established, although the weather station of our University was put into operation 80 years ago, Meteorological observations have a much longer history in the city. In the present paper history of the meteorological observations and stations worked in the city has been reviewed with special emphasis on the meteorological observatory of the University of Debrecen.
Executive Summary: “Mantle Frontier” Workshop
Workshop Report Writing Group
Scientific Drilling , 2011, DOI: 10.2204/iodp.sd.11.07.2011
Abstract: The workshop on “Reaching the Mantle Frontier: Moho and Beyond” was held at the Broad Branch Road Campus of the Carnegie Institution of Washington on 9–11 September 2010. The workshop attracted seventy-four scientists and engineers from academia and industry in North America, Asia, and Europe.Reaching and sampling the mantle through penetration of the entire oceanic crust and the Mohorovi i discontinuity (Moho) has been a longstanding goal of the Earth science community. The Moho is a seismic transition, often sharp, from a region with compressional wave velocities (Vp) less than 7.5 km s-1 to velocities ~8 km s-1. It is interpreted in many tectonic settings, and particularly in tectonic exposures of oceanic lower crust, as the transition from igneous crust to mantle rocks that are the residues of melt extraction. Revealing the in situ geological meaning of the Moho is the heart of the Mohole project. Documenting ocean-crust exchanges and the nature and extent of the subseafloor biosphere have also become integral components of the endeavor. The purpose of the “Mantle Frontier” workshop was to identify key scientific objectives associated with innovative technology solutions along with associated timelines and costs for developments and implementation of this grandchallenge.
Summary report of MINSIS workshop in Madrid  [PDF]
Rodrigo Alonso,Stefan Antusch,Mattias Blennow,Pilar Coloma,Andre de Gouvea,Enrique Fernandez-Martinez,Belen Gavela,Concha Gonzalez-Garcia,Sergio Hortner,Marco Laveder,Tracey Li,Jacobo Lopez-Pavon,Michele Maltoni,Olga Mena,Pasquale Migliozzi,Toshihiko Ota,Sergio Palomares Ruiz,Adam Para,Stephen J. Parke,Nuria Rius,Thomas Schwetz-Mangold,F. J. P. Soler,Michel Sorel,Osamu Yasuda,Walter Winter
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: Recent developments on tau detection technologies and the construction of high intensity neutrino beams open the possibility of a high precision search for non-standard {\mu} - {\tau} flavour transition with neutrinos at short distances. The MINSIS - Main Injector Non-Standard Interaction Search- is a proposal under discussion to realize such precision measurement. This document contains the proceedings of the workshop which took place on 10-11 December 2009 in Madrid to discuss both the physics reach as well as the experimental requirements for this proposal.
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