8 search results for “scala” in the Public website
Software development by abstract behavioural specification
The development process of any software has become extremely important not just in the IT industry, but in almost every business or domain of research.
Data based decision making processes in secondary education
How can teachers be motivated by their students’ data in making stepwise changes to their teaching practices?
Discover our Perspectives on the Past
The Faculty of Archaeology proudly presents the research brochure Perspectives on the Past, featuring passionate, dedicated researchers introducing a dazzling scala of research topics: from present-day traditional knowledge in Africa to the power of glue in Palaeolithic Europe. In addition to these…
Professor Joke Bouwstra elected as KNAW member
Professor Joke Bouwstra has been elected as member of the Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen (KNAW, The Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences). This is a very prestigious recognition and a great honor for Joke. You can find the announcement by the KNAW below (short version) and as an attachment.
Josephus Scaliger: famous scholar and grouch
Josephus Justus Scaliger was one of the most famous scholars of his time and yet today his name is likely to be met with blank looks. His correspondence shows that this Leiden professor was also irritable to say the least. Kasper van Ommen will defend his PhD thesis on Scaliger’s legacy on 2 July. Find…
Twinkle, twinkle, giant star
Up above the world so high a giant star twinkles. Could an 83-year-old astronomer unravel the mystery of this megastar? ‘At times I thought: that’s it! I give up! It’s beyond me.’
Leergang Public Affairs door Gemeenten
Fake news about fake news. A socio-cognitive perspective on some myths of online disinformation