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Towards Sustainable Organizations: What Do Prospective Employees Really Expect? Insights From Austrian Engineering College Students

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Austria is facing a lack of skilled workers. Thanks to the demographic change of the Austrian society, the so-called war for talents, – particularly in the engineering and technical professions –, will even get worse in the run up to 2025. This paper aims to gain a better understanding of labor market-related demands and the needs of engineering...

Austria is facing a lack of skilled workers. Thanks to the demographic change of the Austrian society, the so-called war for talents, – particularly in the engineering and technical professions –, will even get worse in the run up to 2025. This paper aims to gain a better understanding of labor market-related demands and the needs of engineering college students. We present a trend study that identifies the 11 factors of corporate attractiveness, grouped into three different layers. These layers differ from each other in terms of perceived importance for prospective employees and the differentiation potential of employers. ; Sustainable Organizations, Human Resource Management, Trend Study, College Students Minimize

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TUM-HEP-611/05 Scaling Laws for the Cosmological Constant

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We study the expansion of the universe at late times in the case that the cosmological constant obeys certain scaling laws motivated by renormalisation group running in quantum theories. The renormalisation scale is identified with the Hubble scale and the inverse radii of the event and particle horizon, respectively. We find de Sitter solutions...

We study the expansion of the universe at late times in the case that the cosmological constant obeys certain scaling laws motivated by renormalisation group running in quantum theories. The renormalisation scale is identified with the Hubble scale and the inverse radii of the event and particle horizon, respectively. We find de Sitter solutions, power-law expansion and super-exponential expansion in addition to future singularities of the Big Rip and Big Crunch type. 1 Minimize

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2013-09-14

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TUM-HEP-575/05 The Running of the Cosmological and the Newton Constant controlled by the Cosmological Event Horizon

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We study the renormalisation group running of the cosmological and the Newton constant, where the renormalisation scale is given by the inverse of the radius of the cosmological event horizon. In this framework, we discuss the future evolution of the universe, where we find stable de Sitter solutions, but also “big crunch”-like and “big rip”-lik...

We study the renormalisation group running of the cosmological and the Newton constant, where the renormalisation scale is given by the inverse of the radius of the cosmological event horizon. In this framework, we discuss the future evolution of the universe, where we find stable de Sitter solutions, but also “big crunch”-like and “big rip”-like events, depending on the choice of the parameters in the model. 1 Minimize

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2013-09-13

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TUM-HEP-575/05 The Running of the Cosmological and the Newton Constant controlled by the Cosmological Event Horizon

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We study the renormalisation group running of the cosmological and the Newton constant, where the renormalisation scale is given by the inverse of the radius of the cosmological event horizon. In this framework, we discuss the future evolution of the universe, where we find stable de Sitter solutions, but also “big crunch”-like and “big rip”-lik...

We study the renormalisation group running of the cosmological and the Newton constant, where the renormalisation scale is given by the inverse of the radius of the cosmological event horizon. In this framework, we discuss the future evolution of the universe, where we find stable de Sitter solutions, but also “big crunch”-like and “big rip”-like events, depending on the choice of the parameters in the model. 1 Minimize

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2013-09-13

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Period-Luminosity relation for short period Cepheids towards the SMC

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Introduction Cepheids are young, bright periodic variable stars, with typical masses of 2--10 M fi , that have evolved away from the main sequence. After having initiated the helium burning in the core, stars in the Cepheid mass range will follow an horizontal evolutionary track in the HR--diagram and cross a zone, called the instability strip, ...

Introduction Cepheids are young, bright periodic variable stars, with typical masses of 2--10 M fi , that have evolved away from the main sequence. After having initiated the helium burning in the core, stars in the Cepheid mass range will follow an horizontal evolutionary track in the HR--diagram and cross a zone, called the instability strip, where their enveloppe will become vibrationally instable The period of pulsation is tightly correlated with the luminosity, and this Period--Luminosity relation (hereafter PL--relation) has been used for many decades to derive local and extragalactic distances. The microlensing searching projects towards the Magellanic Clouds have the ability of nightly photometric follow-up of millions of stars over long time-scales, and are therefore suitable to monitor variable stars in a systematic way. The Eros1 collaboration has already reported the discovery of 97 and 450 Cepheids towards the LMC and the SMC respectively (Beaulieu Minimize

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2009-04-11

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TUM-HEP-611/05 Scaling Laws for the Cosmological Constant

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We study the expansion of the universe at late times in the case that the cosmological constant obeys certain scaling laws motivated by renormalisation group running in quantum theories. The renormalisation scale is identified with the Hubble scale and the inverse radii of the event and particle horizon, respectively. We find de Sitter solutions...

We study the expansion of the universe at late times in the case that the cosmological constant obeys certain scaling laws motivated by renormalisation group running in quantum theories. The renormalisation scale is identified with the Hubble scale and the inverse radii of the event and particle horizon, respectively. We find de Sitter solutions, power-law expansion and super-exponential expansion in addition to future singularities of the Big Rip and Big Crunch type. 1 Minimize

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2013-09-13

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Gravity and Quantum Fields in Discrete Space-Times

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Abstract. In a 6D model, where the extra dimensions form a discretised curved disk, we investigate the mass spectra and profiles of gravitons and Dirac fermions. The discretisation is performed in detail leading to a star-like geometry. In addition, we use the curvature of the disk to obtain the mass scales of this model in

Abstract. In a 6D model, where the extra dimensions form a discretised curved disk, we investigate the mass spectra and profiles of gravitons and Dirac fermions. The discretisation is performed in detail leading to a star-like geometry. In addition, we use the curvature of the disk to obtain the mass scales of this model in Minimize

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2013-01-29

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2012-11-21

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TUM-HEP-575/05 The Running of the Cosmological and the Newton Constant controlled by the Cosmological Event Horizon

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We study the renormalisation group running of the cosmological and the Newton constant, where the renormalisation scale is given by the inverse of the radius of the cosmological event horizon. In this framework, we discuss the future evolution of the universe, where we find stable de Sitter solutions, but also “big crunch”-like and “big rip”-lik...

We study the renormalisation group running of the cosmological and the Newton constant, where the renormalisation scale is given by the inverse of the radius of the cosmological event horizon. In this framework, we discuss the future evolution of the universe, where we find stable de Sitter solutions, but also “big crunch”-like and “big rip”-like events, depending on the choice of the parameters in the model. 1 Minimize

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2013-09-13

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Inflation with Non-Minimal Coupling: Metric vs. Palatini Formulations

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We analyze non-minimally coupled scalar field theories in metric (second-order) and Palatini (first-order) formalisms in a comparative fashion. After contrasting them in a general setup, we specialize to inflation and find that the two formalisms differ in their predictions for various cosmological parameters. The main reason is that dependencie...

We analyze non-minimally coupled scalar field theories in metric (second-order) and Palatini (first-order) formalisms in a comparative fashion. After contrasting them in a general setup, we specialize to inflation and find that the two formalisms differ in their predictions for various cosmological parameters. The main reason is that dependencies on the non-minimal coupling parameter are different in the two formalisms. For successful inflation, the Palatini approach prefers a much larger value for the non-minimal coupling parameter than the Metric approach. Unlike the Metric formalism, in Palatini, the inflaton stays well below the Planck scale whereby providing a natural inflationary epoch. 1 Minimize

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2013-08-04

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