Fingerprint The fingerprint is based on mining the text of the research documents related to the associated persons. Based on that an index of weighted terms is created, which defines the key subjects of research unit.

Social Sciences

Denmark
public space
travel
airport
social housing
economy
mobility research
energy
environmental research
ecology
alienation
present
industry
economic research
renovation
dialogue
floating
pragmatism
staging
infrastructure
anniversary
tourist
learning
suburb
didactics
flight
conversation
continuity
exclusion
experience
holiday
Values
everyday life
urban development
district
segregation
water
North Sea
inclusion
urban area
theory formation
subjectivity
supervision
politics
surveillance
engineering
architect
move
Teaching
student
ambivalence
group cohesion
social science
industrialization
history
aesthetics
narrative
empirics
pupil
field research
social geography
economic growth
urban planning
pedestrian
concert
time
Holocaust
sociology
planning
educator
teacher
scenario
citizen
dance
abstraction
urbanity
society
interaction
tactics
ethnography
bankruptcy
obligation
research planning
artifact
unemployment rate
publicity
poster
traffic
interview
air
housing
economics
contact
geography
Canada
school
tolerance
social capital
municipality
worker

Earth & Environmental Sciences

urban design
design method
kinetic energy
commuting
oil
esthetics
site selection
lifestyle
water
fieldwork
public space
infrastructure
relocation
oil industry
edge city
economic growth
power plant
student
urban area
public
urban landscape
industrial site