Essays about: "19th century"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 252 essays containing the words 19th century.

  1. 1. Financial Justifications for the Software-as-a-Service Business Model Trend Based on Financial Differences between Companies in the Software-as-a-Service and Pharmaceutical Industry

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Johannes Lindvall; Daniel Olsson; [2021-02-24]
    Keywords : Software-as-a-Service; Pharmaceutical; Financial differences;

    Abstract : The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model is a new type of business model that hasgained great attention from both researchers and practitioners. The rapid growth has resultedin a more and more refined business model and is described as the future of software. Thus, itis not unexpected that the model is frequently used for many start-ups. READ MORE

  2. 2. Enamelled steel

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Steneby - Institutionen för Konsthantverk och Design

    Author : Johannes Postlmayr; [2021-01-05]
    Keywords : Enamelled Steel; Glass on metal; Enamel; Emaille; Emalj; Enamelware; Kitchenware; Householdware; Hollowware; Public health; Lead-poisoning; Industrial Revolution; Design; Functionalism; Gestaltung; Gestaltning; Contemporary Sculpture; Applied craft; Object art; CAD; CNC water-jet cutting; Augmented reality;

    Abstract : This exam project is about a material that developed with the rise of the industrial revolution, became almost obsolete in recent decades, and that I now use in the field of applied art, craft, and design.Enamelled steel is a material mostly known for its use in domestic kitchenware and colourful road and advertising signs. READ MORE

  3. 3. To portray the beautiful, exotic and feminine land of cheap export : How Sweden imagined Japan during Japonism, from 1858 to 1914

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Historiska institutionen

    Author : Hugo Ingemarsson; [2021]
    Keywords : Japan studies; image of Japan; Japonisme; Sweden; Orientalism; Ethnocentrism; Colonialism; digital archives; Julia Beck; Richard Bergh; Leander Engström; Gustavsberg; Einar Jolin; Nils Kreuger; Carl Larsson; Karl Nordström; Jenny Nyström; Helmer Osslund; Rörstrand; Alf Wallander; Carl Wilhelmson; Anders Zorn;

    Abstract : This master thesis explores the image of Japan in the artistic creations during Japonism in Sweden. Japan and Sweden first started trading in 1868 and knowledge about Japan in Sweden were limited at best. With the emergence of the Western art movement known as Japonism, ranging from 1858 to 1914, fascination for the unknown country grew in Europe. READ MORE

  4. 4. Sorgträd : ett grönt kulturarv med ena roten i graven? – en undersökning av utvecklingen av sorgträd mellan 1967 och 2021 på Gamla kyrkogården i Malmö

    University essay from SLU/Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management (from 130101)

    Author : Elna Strömvall; [2021]
    Keywords : sorgträd; sorgeträd; kyrkogård; begravningsplats; kulturhistoria; kulturarv; hängask; hängalm; paraplyalm; hängbjörk; tårbjörk; hängbok;

    Abstract : Grönområden och träd i urbana miljöer bidrar med för oss människor nödvändiga ekosystemtjänster, men grönområden riskerar att försvinna i och med en ökad exploatering. Många kyrkogårdar fyller idag en funktion både som begravningsplats och som en grön miljö för rekreation och återhämtning. READ MORE

  5. 5. Study of the vibronic mixing in chlorophylls with multidimensional spectroscopy

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Kemiska institutionen

    Author : Ignacio Martínez Casasús; [2021]
    Keywords : Two-dimensional spectroscopy; Ultrafast spectroscopy; Chlorophyll a; Chlorophylls; Photosynthesis; Light harvesting; Vibronic mixing; Quantum coherence; Chemical physics; Chemistry;

    Abstract : Chlorophylls comprise one of the most important families of molecules for the photosynthetic process. Chlorophyll-like molecules have been classically interpreted under the Gouterman model, being thought to feature two independent transitions, Qy(S1) and Qx(S2). READ MORE