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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: istraživanje.. Projekti.. Unos projekata.. Statistika.. Povratak na CIRTT.. Sveučilište u Zagrebu.. English.. Kontakt.. PROJEKTI.. Project.. Acronym.. :.. Integrated Actve Filter for ADSL.. Name:.. Integrated Systems for Analog and Mixed Signal Processing - Active-RC Filter for ADSL Communication Systems.. Project status:.. From.. : 2013-01-20.. To.. : 2015-01-20 (Execution).. Type (Programme):.. BILAT.. Project funding:.. -.. International partner.. Organisation Name:.. Faculty of Electrical Engineering-University of Montenegro.. Organisation adress:.. George Washington bb, ME-81000 Podgorica.. Organisation country:.. Montenegro.. Contact person name:.. Budimir Lutovac.. Contact person email:.. Email.. Croatian partner.. Organisation name:.. Fakultet elektrotehnike i računarstva.. Organisation address:.. Unska 3, HR-10000 Zagerb.. Dražen Jurišić.. Contact person tel:.. 01 6129 949.. Contact person fax:.. 01 6129 652.. Contact person e-mail:.. Short description of project.. The new structure of the active-RC filter that is used to build ADSL splitter is proposed.. The most part of the ADSL filter can be integrated.. The basis of this structure is a feedback loop that includes a capacitor.. Using Miller's effect, this circuit is equivalent frequency-dependent capacitor.. In the initial phase, the project develops a new sophisticated method for the design of such a feedback loop, taking into account the surrounding circuitry, thus, gaining a simpler and better implementation of the current POTS filter realization.. Thanks to  ...   designing a filter for complex termination.. Since each country has its own standards for telephone networks, POTS filter needs to adapt to them.. The main difference is the termination of the impedance that is used for adjustment of telephone equipment line.. In the beginning, in most cases it was real termination, however, some countries have begun to use the complex impedance for a more precise representation of the line.. Termination using the complex impedance arose as a new problem that is not well covered in the literature so far.. In the conventional filter theory termination is mainly based on the real impedance.. In this project, we need to find a method to modify the given POTS filter for the complex terminating impedance.. Since the method, not only the solution of the problem is of interest, optimization procedures are avoided as far as possible in favor of the analytical derivation.. The entire filter has to be integrated in CMOS technology.. After testing it is possible to propose a filter for industrial purposes, i.. e.. integrated circuit as the IP (intellectual property), and installed in commercial integrated circuits, that are built into the modems or phones on the market.. Short description of the task performed by Croatian partner..

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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: Intercultural approach to integration of Roma: Croatia - Montenegro.. Filozofski fakultet.. Danila Bojovića bb, 81400 Nikšić.. Crna Gora.. Prof.. dr.. sc.. Saša Milić.. Ivana Lučića 3, 10000 Zagreb.. Neven Hrvatić.. 00385 1 6120 168.. 00385 1 6156 880..

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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: EEM2M.. Energy Efficient M2M Device Communication.. : 2013-02-01.. : 2014-12-31 (Execution).. FTW Forschungszentrum Telekommunikation Wien GmbH.. A-1220 Wien, Donau-City-Straße 1.. Austria.. Jesper Grønbæk.. Unska 3.. Mario Kusek.. +385 1 6129 801.. +385 1 6129 832.. Machine to Machine (M2M) communications is a fast-growing sector.. From the technology point of view, M2M communication involves various hardware components, such as computers, embedded processors, smart sensors, actuators, and mobile devices.. Wireless M2M devices, depending primarily on limited energy sources, like battery power, typically need to be active without human intervention for a long period of time (even for a few years in some application scenarios).. While such devices are built for low power consumption by design, the "energy cost" for computing and connectivity may be further optimized by applying smart choices which take into account the needs of the application.. The research in this project will focus on investigating how to make M2M devices and their computation and communication lifecycles energy efficient by utilizing network topology adaptation and self-organization.. The main idea is that energy efficiency can be accomplished by optimization techniques which can  ...   Specification of M2M device presence, including but not limited to its communication (and possibly other) capabilities and context.. Within this sub-objective, the project will investigate the state-of-the-art of currently available presence standards that focuses on users/people, define Rich Presence Information Data Format (RPID) for M2M devices and their context, and propose a system architecture and protocols for M2M device presence.. 2) Techniques and protocols for M2M communication, with focus on energy efficiency, using M2M device semantics and context, and using optimization techniques which can delegate computational tasks to the M2M core infrastructure.. Within this sub-objective, the project will investigate ad-hoc routing and communication protocols and analyse their energy efficiency in selected scenarios, and select protocols to be used in the prototype, as well as provide the ability for computational task migration to M2M core.. 3) Intelligent mechanisms to be implemented in M2M devices for network self-organization with a goal to lower energy consumption.. Within this sub-objective, the project will propose intelligent and self-organizing mechanisms for energy management, and apply them to improve energy efficiency of M2M device based on communication and computation..

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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: MPPG.. Max Planck Partner Group for.. [.. PROJECT URL.. : 2016-01-31 (Execution).. Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law.. Günterstalstr.. 73, 79100 Freiburg i.. Br.. Germany.. Dr.. h.. c.. Hans-Jörg Albrecht.. Pravni fakultet.. Trg m.. Tita 14, 10000 Zagreb.. Doc.. Anna-Maria Getoš.. 0911659365.. 01 4564 381.. Summary of the Partner Group’s Objectives The MPPG's (Max Planck Partner Group for "Balkan Criminology") main objective is to sustain and intensify the existing collaboration of the MPICC (Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law) with the PFZ (Faculty of Law of the University of Zagreb) in the field of criminological and criminal justice research.. The Balkans can best be described as an ‘empirical challenge’ in terms of criminological and criminal justice research, either due to the lack of adequate research counterparts, or due to difficulties encountered with access to the region.. By establishing the MPPG at the PFZ, and supporting it to become a regional centre of criminological excellence, the MPICC shall gain access to the Balkans and position itself as a key player in the regional research setting.. The research agenda of the MPPG for Balkan Criminology is not only in the field of, Dr.. Anna-Maria Getoš, LL.. M.. , the MPPG Leader’s expertise and proven scientific interest, but simultaneously, and more importantly, also covers priority research topics of the MPICC, as well as a European long-term research priority area: Security and stability in the Balkans.. Therefore, after the presently proposed short-term capacity building phase as a MPPG (min.. 3 to max.. 5 years), in the long run it is expected that a regional centre of criminological excellence for Balkan Criminology at the PFZ will develop into a self-sustaining research unit closely connected to the MPICC.. The MPPG's Research Agenda - ‘Balkan Criminology’ The Balkans, or to be more exact, the states of Southeast Europe, feature certain common political, historical, cultural, and structural traits that make it plausible to focus criminological and criminal justice research on the area as a whole.. History provided the Balkans with common structures, as well as patterns of perception and behaviour, allowing for differentiation in respect of other parts of Europe and making it a criminological space sui generis.. Adding to this the violent dissolution of Yugoslavia, a huge part of the region has been, and still is, affected by the consequences of wide spread ethnic conflict and ongoing state-building, whereby the criminal justice system plays a major role.. Due to a lack of scientific counterparts in the Balkans, European criminological research, especially quantitative surveys, have  ...   principles should govern the sentencing, and should there be a minimal range of sentences for the ‘worst of the worst’ offenders? Additionally, the MPPG shall take on ad hoc projects relevant for the development of the MPPG into a regional centre of criminological excellence.. These just highlighted issues present the research agenda of the MPPG for Balkan Criminology and perfectly fit the research priorities of the MPICC (esp.. criminological focal points III and V on Homeland Security, Organized Crime, and Terrorism – Societal Perceptions and Reactions; and The Development of Criminal Policy and the Rule of Law in Transitional Societies): Research Focus I: Violence, Organized Crime, and Illegal Markets Research Focus II: Feelings and Perceptions of (In)Security and Crime Research Focus III: International Sentencing Ad hoc projects: Restorative Justice at Post-Sentencing Level - Supporting and Protecting Victims; International Self-Report Delinquency (ISRD-3) Study; etc.. Besides conducting criminological research in the region, there is a strong need to connect and interlink the present research potential, from the Balkans as well as from the outside.. Numerous activities and projects are being implemented in the region by a vast number of local, national, regional, European, and international players.. Yet, all this activism in pursuit of security and stability for the Balkans often unknowingly overlaps and unnecessary duplicates itself.. The MPPG shall set up a ‘Balkan Criminology’ network that should enable a synergy of efforts in the field of criminology and criminal justice research, a field that can currently be best described as chaotic, uncoordinated, and overlapping.. Outside players as well as those from inside the region desperately need a focal point, where they can establish the necessary contacts and exchange the basic information for their Balkan-focused activities.. The MPPG shall also fill the current gap in regional scientific editing by founding the Journal of ‘Balkan Criminology’ - Acta ‘Criminologica Balcanica’ and enabling local research findings to be disseminated in a specialised scientific journal throughout the region and beyond.. Additionally, a central listing of all major ‘Balkan Criminology’ events (conferences, courses etc.. ) and relevant ‘Balkan Criminology’ publications (especially security reports and crime trends from the region itself, but also a listing of relevant scientific journals) dealing with the above mentioned research focuses will be placed on a Partner Group web-page, which shall also lead to a synergy of all the criminal justice efforts put into the region and from the region.. The interlinking of the MPICC and MPPG web-pages should be of mutual benefit, and serve as a dynamic and flexible platform for information dissemination and interest attraction..

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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: UniGavle_UniZG.. Cooperation between University of Gavle and University of Zagreb.. : 2013-03-01.. : 2015-03-01 (Execution).. University of Gavle.. 801 76 Gävle.. Sweden.. dr.. sc.. Niclas Bjorsell.. Roman Malarić.. +38598777286.. +38516129616.. The University of Gävle (HiG) has a research niche in radio frequency measurement technology which is unique in Sweden and it is one among few research groups in Europe and the rest of the world, where University of Zagreb (UZ) is one of these groups.. It makes its mark on the courses and study programs given at the universities.. For example, the aim at HiG is to have a high amount of laboratory work in the education.. In order to achieve continuous development within this topic, international partners and networks are essential.. Our long-term goal is to establish cooperation in education with a focus on MSc and PhD level.. The PhD level is to some extent already established within the on-going project “Creation of the Third Cycle Studies-Doctoral Studies in Metrology”, and our joint ambition with this project is to start up MSc-student exchange.. Moreover, teacher exchange is  ...   staff - Subject didactic exchange.. The critical mass in each of the universities is not enough to offer more courses in metrology at a national level.. With the ability to offer courses from two universities with, to some extent, unique courses will overcome this limitation.. In order to develop the subject, outside influences are required.. Moreover, a larger critical mass of teachers provides a good basis for knowledge transfer and hence development of the subject.. A teacher exchange does not only provide new influences, it can be seen as a virtual increase of the teachers during the time of the exchange.. Project plan: 1.. MSc student exchange.. (From 2013) a.. Students from UZ start their education at HiG.. b.. Students from HiG start their education at UZ.. 2.. Joint supervision (from 2014-15).. Master thesis project will be supervised with one supervisor from the host university and one from the home university.. 3.. Teacher exchange.. (From 2015-16) 4.. MSc projects carried out jointly at the two universities.. (From 2016-17) 5.. Exchange of experience and knowledge among teachers.. (From 2017-18)..

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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: Human-in-the-loop Control of Multi-agent Aerial Systems Under Intermittent Communication.. : 2013-03-27.. : 2015-03-30 (Execution).. The European Office of Aerospace Research & Development (EOARD).. USA.. Stjepan Bogdan.. The objective of this research is decentralized control of heterogeneous multi-agent systems in degraded communication environments.. We propose a novel design of an HMI that allows a human to become a supervisor, when necessary, instead of a single unit operator.. By deploying dexterous aerial robots as components of multi-agent systems, we allow the supervisor to interact with its surroundings.. We envision a scenario in which a group of agents has to be deployed and controlled by an operator in order to perform mission(s) in a coordinated fashion by joining, breaking, maintaining and reconfiguring formation.. To accomplish such a mission, each agent has to take-off autonomously, reach formation with others in a decentralized manner, and then fly  ...   required task.. Once the task is completed, the agent autonomously returns in the formation.. Meanwhile, the operator takes over the control of another agent, equipped with different sensors/actuators, and executes another task.. In case cooperative actions are required (e.. g.. , heterogeneous urban reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition), a semiautonomous flight is activated in which the operator becomes a supervisor that issues a single prede ned command to reconfigure/break the formation and achieve desired area coverage as well as acquire all available data to become aware of the situation.. Several research groups have already demonstrated similar scenarios.. However, there are a few fundamental differences between their approaches and our envisioned mission.. In those approaches, agent trajectories are planed on-line, centralized coordination is considered, each agent has a designated ground station and/or an operator, missions are aborted when sporadic communication failures occur, etc..

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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: -.. The end-Permian and Early Triassic sedimentary environments in the Croatian Dinarides - the example of global warming ocean and a link to calibrate events in the western Tethys.. : 2013-10-31.. : 2015-10-31 (Execution).. Austrian Academy of Sciences c/o Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Graz.. Heinrichstraße 26, 8020 Graz.. Sylvain Richoz.. Rudarsko-geološko-naftni fakultet.. Pierottijeva ulica 6, 10 000 Zagreb.. Dunja Aljinović.. ++385 1 5535 790.. The end-Permian mass extinction and the subsequent Early Triassic experienced increase in global warming.. This interval is considered as a time of crisis and profound changes in ecosystems on Earth and thus worth of thorough investigation.. It is the greatest of all extinctions in the Phanerozoic.. The process of progressive elimination of marine species in Permian (Aljinović et al.. , 2008; Isozaki Aljinović, 2009) is punctuated by a final extinction pulse at Permian-Triassic Boundary.. This pulse is generally correlated with a conspicuous depletion in 13C especially in marine carbonates (δ13Ccarb), reflecting a dramatic disturbance in the global carbon cycle (e.. Baud et al.. , 1989; Richoz et al.. , 2010).. Although palaeogeographic, climatic, and geochemical conditions as well as evolutionary state of biological systems were different from now, results from this natural experiment on the Earth system can be observed from the fossil and stratigraphic record and provide information to understand our future global warming ocean.. Successive events and strong carbon and sulfur cycle disturbance have been described during the Lower Triassic and early Middle Triassic questioning the reasons of the expanded recovery time after the Permian-Triassic events (e.. : Payne et al.. , 2004, Richoz 2006, Horacek et al.. , 2007a, b, 2009, 2010a,b; Hermann et al.. , 2011; Meyer et al.. , 2011).. Although the negative carbon isotope shift at the Permian-Triassic Boundary have been well recorded in many places around the world (Luo et al.. , 2011 for a review), the Early Triassic and  ...   13Ccarb record with the ammonoid, conodont and microbial record in the Croatian Dinarides could give some clues on environmental and evolutionary conditions on the Early Triassic recovery in shallow ramp areas that are currently unknown.. Was the recovery straight forward or were there several rapid starts followed by extinctions as it is recently described from deeper-water faunas (Brayard et al.. , 2009)? The interpretation of the δ 13Ccarb and eventually δ 34Sbarite curves will allow us to better understand the geochemical disturbance in carbon cycle at this peculiar time of life evolution and to which extent episodes of severe environmental change lead to the development of alternative ecosystems in the global ocean.. Although not a perfect analogue, The Early Triassic ocean has much to teach us about the future global warming ocean.. The project is subdivided into field work and laboratory work Field work will include precise lithostratigraphic description; study of sedimentary and bedding features to recognize potential microbialitic structures, disconformity surfaces, sequence tracts and major cyclic pattern.. Sections will be measure in detail with bed by bed fossils collection, samples for microfacies, conodonts and C stable isotope.. The localities are Plavno and Muć (near Knin and Sinj, Dalmatia), Mrzla Vodica in Gorski Kotar Region and Velebit Mts.. Laboratory work will encompass study of ammonoid, conodont and other invertebrate faunas for biofacies analysis and to be used for regional and global correlation; calculation of evolutionary rates will give information about the environmental and recovery conditions after end-Permian mass extinction.. Petrography of carbonate and clastic rocks and microfacies analysis of potential microbial strucutres will give palaeoenvironmental indications of recovery phase; high-resolution δ13Ccarb curve calibrate with conodont and ammonite biostratigraphy will be produced, that will enable an exact correlation with the Werfen Formation in the Southern Alps and other sections worldwide.. It will allow us to focus in the environmental factor driving the observed changes..

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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: Cardiovascular Health Informatics: Unobtrusive Sensing and Information Integration for the Tele-Monitoring of Patients.. : 2014-01-01.. : 2015-12-31 (Execution).. Shenzhen Advanced Institutes of Technology.. 1068 Xueyuan Avenue, Shenzhen University Town, Shenzhen.. P.. R.. China.. Yuan-Ting Zhang.. UNSKA 3.. RATKO MAGJAREVIĆ.. 01/6129938.. 01/6129652.. Cardiovascular health informatics, which includes acquisition, analysis, management and systematic use of obtained cardiovascular information, plays a key role in maintaining, enhancing and improving quality of human health.. It can range from individual patients recordings to sharing integrated data on cardiovascular diseases.. Contemporary challenges for cardiovascular health informatics are in the re-design and integration of the different distributed cardiovascular data that would obtain better understanding and would improve treatment of cardiovascular diseases and efficiency of the healthcare.. The group from the University of Zagreb, Croatia, has developed OZIMS (Personal mobile health informatic system), a wireless integrated micro-systems that includes wearable intelligent sensor shirt capable for detection and continuous recording of heart rate rhythm, respiration rhythm rate, temperature and generally for recording of ECG.. The OZIMS system is adapted for integration with the other sensor networks and therefore as a continuous recording system it can be used as wireless transmitter-receivers system for mobility and rehabilitation monitoring in hospitals or at home.. The group from China have developed the sensors for continuous monitoring of  ...   well as for the sharing cardiovascular information between multiple hospitals and agencies or for the alerting health professionals when a patient needs attention.. Furthermore, through the proposed project confidentiality and security of patient data from misuse remains to be highlighted in order to ensure users’ (patients’) acceptability.. In the proposed collaborative work, apart from seamlessly collecting, integrating and keeping track of individual record we are planning to expand it into trusted decision support system that would offer relevant, systematic and not overloaded information to clinicians and patients.. In addition, we would like to point out that the proposed collaboration can be considered as continuation of the research at the project “Non-invasive measurements and methods in biomedicine” (Ministry of Science, Education and Sports grant no.. 036-0362979-1554) and the is in alignment with the aims and objectives of that project.. The proposal anticipates collaboration of young researchers from both partners and their exchange visits to laboratories in partner institutions.. High interest for the proposed research topic expressed in scientific community worldwide and inclusion of young researchers into project research ensures sustainability of the collaboration and shall enable partners development of larger project proposals at international and EC calls.. The research parties will subsequently arrange the dates of their visits during the second year of the project..

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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: Pottery production in prehistoric cultures, especially Hallstatt culture, of Croatian and Austrian Danube regions.. University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences.. Peter Jordan-Strasse 70, A-1190 Wien.. Karin Wriessnig.. Pierottijeva 6, HR-10000 Zagreb.. Marta Mileusnić.. 385 1 5535 797.. The subject of the project is a ceramic material from different prehistoric cultures that existed in the eastern Alpine region and the Croatian Danube region.. The main objective of the project is to determine the availability and types of raw materials, as well as reconstruction of the pottery technology.. The purpose of the project was to determine the extent to which the Danube Region can be seen as a unique area during prehistoric times.. Archaeological part of the  ...   of raw materials and ceramic materials in order to determine the technology of firing and the composition of the primary raw material, as well as the transfer of knowledge about the possibilities of analytical techniques in solving archaeological problems.. Three groups of materials will be analysed: ceramic fragments excavated in prehistoric settlements, clay samples from the immediate vicinity of the village and from the available clay-made replicas made within this project.. Archaeometrical analysis of pottery fragments (petrographic and mineralogical analyses and various spectroscopic and microscopic methods) are the essential step in the reconstruction of the technological process and their results indicate the composition of raw materials, a recipe for the clay mixture and the baking regime..

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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: Quality insurance of processless printing plates.. Hochschule der Medien, Fakultät Druck und Medien.. Stuttgart, Nobelstraße 10.. Thomas Hoffmann-Walbeck.. Grafički fakultet.. Zagreb, Getaldićeva 2.. Sanja Mahović Poljaček.. +385 1 2371 080.. +385 1 2371 077.. Offset processless printing plates have been introduced to the market a few years ago.. They are called processless because their processing phase differs from the others, and is based on the usage of wetting solution, instead of the developer solution that has an adverse impact on the  ...   friendly offset printing plates, application thereof has not yet been accepted in the industry.. The reason for this is the inability to control the quality of the processless printing plates and the lack of standards which ensure the processing phase of those printing plates.. Two main goals have been defined: 1.. Development of laboratory methods for evaluating the quality processless printing plates; 2.. Research of wetting solution that will be used for processing phase of processless printing plates in offset printing machines..

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  • Title: Projekti - Baza međunarodnih projekata - Ured za istraživanje
    Descriptive info: NALPS.. Tools for modelling past and future global climate change: case study of loess-palaeosol sequences (Quaternary aeolian deposits) from Istria and Kvarner (North Adriatic area).. Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics.. Stilleweg 2, 30655 Hannover.. Manfred Frechen.. Pierottijeva 6, HR 10000 Zagreb.. Goran Durn.. 01 5535793.. 014836057.. In recent years there have been remarkable results and new scientific findings about loess-palaeosol sequences in Europe.. The excellence of these sediment archives for making climate and environment reconstructions of the recent past was quantitatively revealed from a local/regional perspective to more global interpretations (Frechen, 2011a, b; Marković, 2010;.. Zoeller et al.. , 2009).. Through the development of innovative modern analytical methods, such as the optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating methods, laser diffraction particle size analysis, rock magnetism and stable isotopes, the reconstruction and quantification of environmental and climatic changes during the Quaternary and the present can be performed.. This can be used for solving socially relevant issues of climate change and the dynamics of landscape systems, especially in terms of deciphering aeolian sediment archives in protected depositional environments.. Within the framework of this bilateral project, this work will be performed by a Croatian-German research group in the area of Istria and Kvarner.. Based on the results, modeling of climate and environment change will be improved keeping in mind variations of precipitation and temperature in the coming centuries owing to global warming.. Loess is probably the most wide spread Quaternary deposit, forming loess belts across Europe and Asia.. It is usually genetically connected to large river systems (e.. the Danube or the Rhine in Europe) and is a direct result of forceful climatic changes during the Quaternary, thus making loess-palaeosol sequences an excellent high-resolution sediment and palaeoclimate archive.. While loess from the Carpathian basin has been investigated in many aspects using up to date analytical methods, the river Po loess region in the north Adriatic area is usually neglected for major palaeoclimatic reconstructions.. The reason for this neglect is the lack of a continuous loess cover as well as the relatively small thickness of these deposits.. The only exception is the up to 90 meters thick loess-palaeosol sequence found on the island of Susak.. This project will focus on the research of loess-palaeosol sequences on the island of Susak as well as in Istria (Savudrija, Premantura), which have not been investigated in more detail nor used for major global correlation and palaeoclimatic interpretation, up to now.. To be able to interpret the sedimentary archives found in the North Adriatic region it is mandatory to establish a more reliable and robust geochronological framework which will be the first step in our research.. For establishing a detailed geochronological framework optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) and radiocarbon dating (14C) methods will be used.. Furthermore, a detailed high resolution chronology can be used for the calculation of mass accumulation rates of the area which is related to climatic conditions and the aeolian dust flux during the last 150.. 000 years.. Along with high-resolution granulometric investigations data the dynamics of the aeolian dust transportation can be interpreted.. These data combined with existing data  ...   well as for the comparison and correlation with similar and coeval deposits in Europe (e.. loess in the Carpathian basin and similar deposits in north Italy as well as with the stratigraphycally coeval deposits in Germany like Nuβloch, Koblenz-Metternich and Tönchesberg or Süttő in Hungary) for which published data already exist (Antoine et al.. , 2009; Schmidt et al.. , 2011, Boenigk and Frechen, 2001, Novothny et al.. By doing such interesting studies and comparisons, we believe we will stimulate more intensive international cooperation and focus on Quaternary research in the area under study.. Antoine, P.. , Rousseau, D.. D.. , Moine, O.. , Kunesch, S.. , Hatté, C.. , Lang, A.. , Tissoux, H.. , Zöller, L.. , 2009.. Rapid and cyclic aeolian deposition during the Last Glacial in European loess: a high-resolution record from Nussloch, Germany.. Quaternary Science Reviews 28, 2955-2973.. Boenigk, W.. , Frechen, M.. , 2001.. The loessrecord in sections at Koblenz-Metternich and Tönchesberg in the Middel Rhine Area.. Quaternary International 76/77, 201-209.. Frechen, M.. , Oches, E.. A.. , Kohfeld, K.. E.. , 2003.. Loess in Europe – mass accumulation rates during the Last Glacial Period.. Quaternary Science Reviews 22, 1835-1857.. Lucke, B.. , Kemnitz, H.. , Bäumler, R.. , Schmidt, M.. Red Mediterranean Soils in Jordan: New insights in their origin, genesis, and role as environmental archives, Catena (2013), http://dx.. doi.. org/10.. 1016/j.. catena.. 006 Marković, S.. B.. , Catto, N.. , Smalley, I.. J.. , 2011.. The Second Loessfest (2009).. Quaternary International 240, 1-3.. Novothny, Á.. , Horváth, E.. , Wacha, L.. , Rolf, Ch.. Investigating the penultimate and last glacial cycles of the Süttő loess section (Hungary) using luminescence dating, high resolution grain size, and magnetic susceptibility data.. Quaternary International 234, 1-2, 75-85.. Schmidt, E.. , Murray, A.. S.. , Tsukamoto, S.. , Bittmann, F.. Luminescence chronology of the loess record from the Tönchesberg section: A comparison of using quartz and feldspar as dosimeter to extend the age range beyond the Eemian.. Quaternary International 234, 1-2, 10-22.. Sheldon, N.. , Tabor, N.. Quantitative paleoenvironmental and paleoclimatic reconstruction using paleosols.. Earth-Sci.. Rev.. 95, 1-2, 1-52 Zoeller, L.. , 2010.. New approaches to European loess: a stratigraphic and methodical review of the past decade.. Central European Journal of Geosciences 2(1), 19-31.. Investigation of aeolian dust transportation dynamics with the purpose to reconstruct quasi-continuous long term trends of the aeolian dust dynamics and palaeowind regimes using high-resolution grain size analysis (laser particle size diffractometer) and rock magnetism.. Reconstruction of palaeotemperature and palaeoprecipitation regimes using stable isotopes (δ13C, δ18O) from the carbonate matrix and loess molluscs.. Reconstruction of the evolution of the palaeosols situated on Upper Cretaceous limestone and other red, yellowish-red and brown palaeosols within loess sequence on Susak Island based on high-resolution depth approach.. Establishing a geochronological framework using optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) and radiocarbon dating (14C) which is the basis for quantitative interpretations.. Correlation of the investigated deposits from North Croatia with results from similar sediments from Croatia and the wider region, as well as correlation with global climate archives from deep seas and Greenland ice cores..

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