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Disputation: Magnus Heldin, "Designing grinding tools to control and understand fibre release in groundwood pulping"
Magnus Heldin, div applied materials science, "Designing grinding tools to control and
understand fibre release in groundwood pulping". Opponent: Docent Birgitta Engberg från Mittuniversitetet.
Homicide Injury Quantification: Measures of injury severity in homicide victims and associations with homicide characteristics
Some previous studies have found that the amount and severity of injuries in homicide victims correlate with different homicide characteristics, such as the victim-offender relationship and drug influence of the offender. If such relationships exist, they may be used by homicide investigators as part of an offender profiling.
Electrochemical Characterizations of Conducting Redox Polymers: Electron Transport in PEDOT/Quinone Systems
In the present work, the conducting polymer PEDOT and the simplest quinone, benzoquinone, are covalently attached and form the conducting redox polymer used for most studies in this thesis.
Disputation: Mia Sterby, ”Electrochemical Characterization of Conducting Redox Polymers”
Disputation: Mia Sterby, div Nanotechnology and functional materials, ”Electrochemical Characterization of Conducting Redox Polymers”. Opponent: Professor Peter Pickup, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Disputation: Phenomenology of new Neutral Vector Bosons and Parton Distributions from Hadronic Fluctuations
The Higgs particle was first predicted in 1964, and was discovered in the summer of 2012 at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). This discovery was the latest in a long list of successful Standard Model predictions spanning the last fifty years.
Trans-crustal magma storage in contrasting tectonic settings
This process-oriented thesis examines fossil and active magmatic plumbing systems in Iceland, Indonesia, Cameroon, and the Canary Islands by applying a combination of traditional and state-of-the-art petrological and geochemical methods, mineral(-melt) thermobarometric modelling, and isotopic analytical techniques.
Disputation: Chenyu Wen, ”Solid-State Nanopores for Sensing – From theory to applications”
Disputation: Chenyu Wen, div Solid State Electronics. ”Solid-State Nanopores for Sensing - From theory to applications”. Opponent: Professor Ulrich F. Keyser, University of Cambridge
Disputation: Juan José Espadas Escalante, ”On numerical analyses of woven composite laminates: homogenization, damage and fracture”.
Disputation: Juan José Espadas Escalante, div Applied Mechanics”On numerical analyses of woven composite laminates: homogenization, damage and fracture”. Opponent: Docent Martin Fagerström, Chalmers.
Disputation: Transition to Cloud sourcing – Innovation and competitive advantage
Mirella Muhic defends her Doctoral Thesis in Innovation Engineering: Transition to Cloud sourcing – Innovation and competitive advantage
Disputation: Monica Norberg, “Engagerat ledarskap för att skapa förutsättningar för allas delaktighet”
Disputation: Monica Norberg, div Quality Sciences, “Engagerat ledarskap för att skapa förutsättningar för allas delaktighet”. Opponent: Professor Kristen Snyder, Mittuniversitetet.
Disputation: Gaia Olivo
Brain structure and function in adolescents with atypical anorexia nervosa
Disputation: Dan Wu, "Mechanical analyses of trabecular bone and its interactions with implants”.
Disputation: Dan Wu, div Applied materials science, “Mechanical analyses of trabecular bone and its interactions with implants”. Opponent: Professor Hanna Isaksson, LTH.
Disputation: Lukas Jablonka, division: Solid state electronics, "Contacts and Interconnects for Germanium-based Monolithic 3D integrated Circuits”
Disputation: Lukas Jablonka, avd Fasta tillståndets elektronik. ” Contacts and Interconnects for Germanium-based Monolithic 3D integrated Circuits”. Opponent: Fabrice Nemouchi, CEA-Leti, Frankrike.