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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.

Cover pages of 4 PhD theses from students within NanoLon that defended in 2020

Qi Shi: Phase Modulation Two-Photon Microscopy of Hybrid Halide Perovskite. PhD Thesis, Chemical Physics, December 2020

Atena Malakpour Permlid: From a Road Less Travelled to a Worn Path: Three-Dimensional Tumour Models for Cancer Research and Therapeutics. PhD Thesis, Functional zoology, December 2020

Lert Chayanun: Nanowire devices for X-ray detection. PhD Thesis, Synchrotron Radiation Research, December 2020

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

Calle Preger: Magnetic-field-directed Self-assembly of Multifunctional Aerosol Nanoparticles. PhD Thesis, Solid State Physics, November 2020

Xianshao Zou: Dynamics of Photogenerated Charge Carriers in III-V Bulk and Nanowire Semiconductors. PhD Thesis, Chemical Physics, October 2020

Malin Alsved: Transmission of Infectious Bioaerosols: Sources, transport and prevention strategies for airborne viruses and bacteria. PhD Thesis, Ergonomics and Aerosol Technology, September 2020

Mattias Törnquist: Secondary Nucleation in Amyloid Formation. PhD Thesis, Biochemistry and Structural Biology, June 2020

Marcus Tornberg: Dynamics of a Droplet that Assists III-V Nanowire Growth. PhD Thesis, Solid State Physics, May 2020

Karin Lovén: Exposing the Exposures - Assessing occupational aerosol exposures and their possible health and toxicological effects. PhD Thesis, Ergonomics and Aerosol Technology, May 2020

Fredrik Lindelöw: III-V Nanowires for High-Speed Electronics. PhD Thesis, Nano Electronics, May 2020

Martin Josefsson: Quantum-Dot Heat Engines. PhD Thesis, Solid State Physics, May 2020

Florinda Viñas Boström: Theory of electronic structure and transport in heterostructure nanowires. PhD Thesis, Solid State Physics, May 2020

Axel Persson: Transmission Electron Tomography and In-situ Analysis of Nanowires. PhD Thesis, Centre for Analysis and Synthesis, March 2020

Gunnar Eriksson: Solitons, vortices and shell structure in ultracold atomic quantum systems. PhD Thesis, Mathematical Physics, March 2020

Mohammad Karimi: Infrared Photodetectors based on Nanowire Arrays with Embedded Quantum Heterostructures. PhD Thesis, Solid State Physics, February 2020

Vilhelm Malmborg: Characteristics of Particulate Emissions from Low Temperature Combustion and Renewable Fuels. PhD Thesis, Ergonomics and Aerosol Technology, January 2020

Reza Jafari Jam: Advanced patterning and processing for III-V nanowire device fabrication. PhD Thesis, Solid State Physics, January 2020

Bahareh Goldozian: Interactions and Coherences in Electron Transport through Serially Coupled Quantum Dots. PhD Thesis, Mathematical Physics, January 2020

Cover pages of four PhD theses by students in the NanoLund environment