PhD Theses from students within NanoLund
Here, we have collected doctoral theses from PhD students within the NanoLund environment (2020 onward). All are directly linked to the library record, where bibliographic information and full texts are available. After the end of this year new theses will be added in parallel with compiling the Annual Report.
2022 PhD theses
D Acunto, G. Reaction Mechanisms and Dynamics in the Early Stage of High-κ Oxide Atomic Layer Deposition: Investigations by In Situ and Operando X-ray Photoemission Spectroscopy. PhD Thesis, Synchrotron Radiation Research, April 2022.
Gren, L. Renewable diesel fuels and emission control strategies: Implications for occupational exposure, human health, and the environment. PhD Thesis, Ergonomics and Aerosol Technology, January 2022.
2021 PhD theses
Xu, H: Study the Influence of Quantum Interference on the Electrical Conductance and Thermoelectric Properties of Molecular Junctions: Synthesis and Thermoelectricity. PhD Thesis, Centre for Analysis and Synthesis, June 2021.
2020 PhD theses
Johan Agorelius: Development of highly biocompatible neuro-electronic interfaces towards monitoring authentic neuronal signaling in the brain. PhD Thesis, Neuronano Research Center (NRC); December 2020