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Recent Submissions

  • The Nile Water, Food and Energy Nexus - A system dynamics model 

    Elsayed, H; Djordjević, S; Savic, D (International Computing & Control for the Water Industry Conference, 1 September 2019)
    Water, Food and Energy (WFE) are inextricably linked and the action in one sector would not only affect that sector but could have significant impacts on the other sectors. The WFE Nexus is challenging in transboundary ...
  • The Nile Water Food and Energy Nexus Model 

    Elsayed, H; Djordjević, S; Savic, D (Serbian Association of Hydraulic Research & Serbian Association for Hydrology, 25 October 2018)
    The Water, Food and Energy (WFE) Nexus is a useful concept to address the interlinkages among these resources on which we depend to achieve socio-economic and environmental goals in a sustainable way. WFE are interconnected ...
  • Domino-like transient dynamics at seizure onset in epilepsy 

    Creaser, J; Lin, C; Ridler, T; et al. (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2020)
    The International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) groups seizures into “focal”, “generalized” and “unknown” based on whether the seizure onset is confined to a brain region in one hemisphere, arises in several brain region ...
  • Calcium-Stannous Oxide Solid Solutions for Solar Devices (dataset) 

    Taylor, N; Galbiati, A; Saavedra, M; et al. (University of Exeter, 28 September 2020)
  • The Nile System Dynamics Model for Water-Food-Energy Nexus Assessment 

    Elsayed, H; Djordjevic, S; Savic, D (EasyChair, 20 August 2018)
    The Nile River is considered one of the most complex rivers in the world because of its transboundary nature and its significance for riparian countries. Currently, the basin experiences challenges stemming from a rapid ...

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