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Driebergen, Tim (author)
The minimum vertex cover problem (MinVertexCover) is an important optimization problem in graph theory, with applications in numerous fields outside of mathematics. As MinVertexCover is an NP-hard problem, there currently exists no efficient algorithm to find an optimal solution on arbitrary graphs. We consider quantum optimization algorithms,...
master thesis 2023
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Li, Jingya (author)
Finite element analysis and multibody dynamics are popular mathematical modeling techniques for sev- eral mechanical applications. The finite element method is a costly method from a runtime standpoint. Moreover, both multibody dynamics and finite element methods require approximating the geometry of the application either by meshing or by...
master thesis 2023
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Ruiter, Stijn (author)
<br/>The Material Point Method (MPM) is a numerical method primarily used in the simulation of large deforming or multi-phase materials. An example of such a problem is a landslide or snow simulation. The MPM uses Lagrangian particles (material points) to store the interested physical quantities. These particles can move freely in the spatial...
master thesis 2022
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van Ruiten, Frank (author)
Physics Informed Neural Networks are a relatively new subject of study in the area of numerical mathematics. In this thesis, we take a look at part of the work that has been done in this area up until now, with the ultimate goal to develop a new type of PINN that improves upon the old concept. We introduce the concept of parameterized PINNs,...
master thesis 2022
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Popa, Vlad (author)
In an attempt to find alternatives for solving partial differential equations (PDEs)<br/>with traditional numerical methods, a new field has emerged which incorporates<br/>the residual of a PDE into the loss function of an Artificial Neural Network. This<br/>method is called Physics-Informed Neural Network (PINN). In this thesis, we study dense...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Everingham, Dylan (author)
The development of optical metamaterials in recent years has enabled the design of novel optical devices with exciting properties and applications ranging across many fields, including in scientific instrumentation for space missions. This in<br/>turn has led to demand for computational methods which can produce efficient device designs....
master thesis 2022
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Wanningen, Nicky (author)
For scaling up the qubits in silicon quantum computers, it is vital to determine crosstalk effects that can lower the fidelity of the computer. <br/>In this computational project, we examine single-qubit gate-fidelities in the presence of crosstalk for uncoupled spin qubits that are driven with X-gates via electron dipole spin resonance (EDSR)....
bachelor thesis 2022
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Kakkar, Samarth (author)
The main objective of this thesis was to explore the capabilities of neural networks in terms of representing governing differential equations, primarily in the purview of fluid/aero dynamic flows. The governing differential equations were accommodated within the loss functions for training the neural networks, thereby making them 'physics...
master thesis 2022
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Ul Haq, Rana (author)
Convection-dominated flow problems are well-known to have non-physical oscillations near steep gradients or discontinuities in the solution when solved with standard numerical methods, such as finite elements or finite difference methods. To overcome this limitation, algebraic flux correction (AFC) can be used, which is a stabilization method....
master thesis 2022
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de Koning, Bart (author)
Differentiable ray-tracing is an exciting new development in computer graphics to approach all sorts of 3D scene design problems by obtaining gradients of renders produced by ray-tracing with respect to parameters that define the scene. These gradients can then be incorporated in a gradient-descent type optimization pipeline.<br/><br/>One such...
master thesis 2022
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Oerlemans, Marek (author)
In this work, we consider how to optimize an optical system, specifically one with diffractive optical elements (DOE). We start by describing optical theory called Fourier optics also known as wave optics. This type of optics is found by making assumptions from the Maxwell equations for magnetic and electrical fields. This leads us to the...
master thesis 2022
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van der Linde, Stan (author)
Recent developments in quantum annealing have shown promising results in logistics, life sciences, machine learning and more. However, in the field of geophysical sciences the applications have been limited. A quantum annealing application was developed for residual statics estimation. Residual statics estimation is a highly non-linear problem...
master thesis 2021
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de Zoete, J (author)
The aerospace engineering industry is continuously striving for faster methods to solve and optimize engineering and research problems with a higher degree of accuracy. It is therefore relevant to investigate possibilities that are expected to accelerate computational speed, such as quantum computing. For this reason, the objective of this...
master thesis 2021
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van Schie, Sebastiaan (author)
This thesis poses a new geometric formulation for compressible Euler flows. A partial decomposition of this model into Roe variables is applied; this turns mass density, momentum and kinetic energy into product quantities of the Roe variables. Lie derivative advection operators of weak forms constructed with this decomposed model naturally...
master thesis 2021
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van Mil, Juliette (author)
This report reviews two quantum key distribution (QKD) protocols: the BB84 protocol and the measurement device independent (MDI) QKD protocol. The goal of this report is to recreate the security proof of the BB84 protocol, to generate the secret key rate for a practical application of the BB84 protocol, both with and without decoy states, and to...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Crijns, Lucas (author)
This project aims to recreate intensity patterns using Fraunhofer diffraction as a means of simulation. These intensity patterns are created by phase shifting specific parts of an incoming field of light. These phase shifts are determined by a B-spline surface, which is in turn controlled by so-called control points. Only a handful of control...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Smaran Adarsh, SMARAN ADARSH (author)
Quantum computing is an emerging technology that combines the principles of both computer science and quantum mechanics to solve computationally challenging problems significantly faster than the current classical computers. In this thesis, a proof of concept to generate hardware-executable quantum circuits for Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum ...
master thesis 2021
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Wanguemert Guerra, Fernando (author)
master thesis 2021
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Herrera Clapera, Miquel (author)
Computational fluid dynamics is nowadays one of the pillars of modern aircraft design, just as impor­tant as experimental wind tunnel testing. Very ambitious goals in regards to performance, efficiency and sustainability are being asked of the aviation industry, the kind that warrant a virtual exploration of the edges of the flight envelope....
master thesis 2021
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Schalkers, Merel (author)
Large fault­tolerant universal gate quantum computers will provide a major speed­up to a variety of common computational problems. While such computers are years away, we currently have noisy intermediate­scale quantum (NISQ) computers at our disposal. In this project we present two quantum machine learning approaches that can be used to find...
master thesis 2021
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