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2018Implications of potential future grand solar minimum for ozone layer and climateArsenovic, Pavle; Rozanov, Eugene; Anet, Julien; Stenke, Andrea; Schmutz, Werner; Peter, Thomas
2018Compositional data analysis of our favourite drinksTempl, Matthias
Nov-2017Decadal to multi-decadal scale variability of Indian summer monsoon rainfall in the coupled ocean-atmosphere-chemistry climate model SOCOL-MPIOMMalik, Abdul; Brönnimann, Stefan; Stickler, Alexander; Raible, Christoph C.; Muthers, Stefan; Anet, Julien; Rozanov, Eugene; Schmutz, Werner
16-Oct-2017Nekhoroshev theorem for the Dirichlet Toda chainHenrici, Andreas
2017Novel algorithm for calibration-free absorption spectroscopy sensorVenturini, Francesca; Michelucci, Umberto
2017Visual metaphors as applied to process diagramsDumont, Elisabeth; Fuchs, Hans Ulrich
2017From metaphors to narratives in macroscopic physical science : stories of forces of nature for young children and their teachersFuchs, Hans U.; Contini, Anamaria; Corni, Federico; Dumont, Elisabeth; Landini, Alessandra
2017Applied statistical disclosure control : methods and softwareTempl, Matthias
2017Local projections for high-dimensional data analysisTempl, Matthias; Ortner, Thomas
2017Exploring outliers in compositional data with structural zerosTempl, Matthias; Hron, Karel; Filzmoser, Peter
2017Visualisation and imputation of missing valuesKowarik, Alexander; Templ, Matthias
2017EURAC workshop on advanced R : ggplot2Templ, Matthias
2017Understanding anisotropic mechanical properties of shales at different length scales : in situ micropillar compression combined with finite element calculationsKeller, Lukas M.; Schwiedrzik, Jakob J.; Gasser, Philippe; Michler, Johann
2017Aufwärtswandler für Thermogeneratoren : kleine Temperaturdifferenzen optimal nutzenGruber, Juan-Mario; Mathis, Simon
2017Intelligenter Schuh als energieautarkes WearableGruber, Juan-Mario
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