DSpace Repository

The Notre Dame University-Louaize Institutional Repository, known as DSpace, is a digital archive of the university's intellectual output accessible to others worldwide over the Internet. The institutional Repository contains a collection of research and publications written by academic authors, students, staff, alumni and research groups that have sufficient quality to be collected and preserved by the Library but which are not controlled by commercial publishers.

Notre Dame University members are eligible to engage in self-archiving of their digitally-born materials within the institutional repository. For self-archiving please review the Guidelines, Thesis Submission and the Submission Guidelines pages.

OR, you can email the publications you would like to add to: specialcollections@ndu.edu.lb

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  • El Meouchy, Paolo (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2020)
    Public authorities around the world have been historically responsible for the management of their municipal solid waste. The burden of this task has been increasing through the years considering the rapid expansion of urban cities and their corresponding populations along with a decline in land availability. The escalating figures in municipal solid waste generation increased the technical and financial challenges faced by local authorities, especially in developing countries. In the case of Lebanon, political conflicts and corruption, weak law enforcement and lack of planning in addition to ...
  • Salameh, Lourdes (Notre Dame University Louaize, 2020)
    The current coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) affected 218 territories around the world, infected more than 60 million people, and killed more than one million. It is expected that the number of cases will continue to increase unless a vaccine becomes available to all countries. However, the coronavirus outbreak is much more than a health crisis. This pandemic poses numerous challenges on different sectors and exacerbates existing inequalities. COVID-19 exposed major problems with our cities and highlighted their limited resilience. In an ever-more interconnected world (social, environmental, ...
  • Essaye, Anthony (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2021)
    Quantum Computers, the next wave of computing, and an emerging field in computer science have brought numerous advancements to problem solving and a quantum approach to programming a certain machine. This thesis tackles three main areas in the approach to quantum computers. First, the thesis provides a state-of-the-art review to Quantum computers/ Second it proposes a timeline for the progress of the technology and highlights the importance of early action. Finally, it focuses on the implications of such advancements on the current standards of network security. Specifically, it proposes ...
  • El Chemor, Hala (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2021)
    School psychology appears to add credibility to the schooling and learning process of children. The profession of school psychology is relatively lesser known and appreciated. School psychologists’ main concern is the psychological, emotional, and social well-being of the students. The role of the school psychologists is very important, although very little research has been done on the perceptions, experiences, and challenges that school psychologists undergo in their profession in Lebanon. A phenomenological qualitative research is used in this study. The study is based on a set of interviews ...
  • Dgheim, Nada (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2020-01-30)
    Salt is one of the most used food additives not only to improve taste, but also for preservation and different functional properties. In recent years, there is a notable growing body of evidence demonstrating that salt is contaminated by extraneous substances such as microplastics. Many substances with adverse health effect such as heavy metal and endocrine disruptors can adhere to microplastics or enter as inherent part of the plastic end product. Plastics end up in body of water such as oceans and seas. This is the case in Lebanon where very little portion of plastics are recycled and the rest ...

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