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Elsayed, Hamdi (author)
In order to create radiotherapy treatment plans for cancer patients, dose calculations need to be done as quickly as possible to get accurate results. However, current dose calculation algorithms take too much time to be deployed effectively. The current in house algorithm of the Medical Physics and Technology Section at the TU Delft, attempts...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Dijksman, Rick (author)
With the introduction of machine learning algorithms in industry came a new improvement to excising production line. Image recognisance can now be used to detect defects of the product made by these production<br/>lines. However these kinds of flaw detection can be fooled by mirror-like specular light effect on these products, which can reduce...
bachelor thesis 2022
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van Malsen, Hans (author)
Numerical solving a full order model can be computationally and time expensive. For real time control problems, it may be infeasible to solve full order models. Reduced order models can be used in order to reduce the time and computational cost while maintaining a high enough accuracy. In this thesis, it will be researched if a convolutional...
master thesis 2022
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Veen, Martijn (author)
This report introduces a customized software tool to enable automation of optical inspection optical and SEM images of a superconducting quantum processor during its fabrication. This is achieved by implementing image processing algorithms using the Python package OpenCV. This suite consist of three components; pyclq_base, pyclq_jj, pyclq_ab....
bachelor thesis 2021
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Maradiaga Rosales, Ian (author)
Superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors (SNSPDs) are characterized by their quantum limited ability to accurately detect single photons, with low jitter, high detection efficiency and low dark count rate. To achieve this, the detector is cooled to 2-3K, bringing the device in a superconductive state, and is then biased with a direct...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Wielinga, Kevin (author)
Proton therapy is a great way to treat cancer, since protons can concentrate energy on one single spot, which minimises the irradiated healthy tissue. Because of this property protons are sensitive to uncertainties. Since the tumour is not stationary throughout the treatment, multiple scans are essential. With the current dose calculation...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Breedijk, Myrthe (author)
This study aims to look into the effect of small-scale surface heterogeneity on the mixing properties within the stable boundary layer (SBL) and the impact of different configurations of the heterogeneity on this mixing. The motivation for this research is to better understand the turbulent mixing phenomena in the SBL and to be able to represent...
master thesis 2021
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Teepe, Annick (author)
Generation of high fidelity entanglement between quantum nodes is a key component of a future quantum internet. Heralded entanglement generation of two spatially separated qubit nodes can be established by interference and measurement of two photons, each entangled with one qubit state. The two-node entanglement fidelity is limited by the degree...
master thesis 2021
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Zutt, Nico (author)
The development of quantum computers is a monumental challenge for modern physics. One proposed pathway toward a fully scalable and fault-tolerant quantum computer involves the development of a quantum network. Such a network would have applications ranging from distributed quantum computation to fundamentally secure quantum communication. The...
master thesis 2021
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Labay Mora, Adrià (author)
Distribution of high-quality entanglement over long distances is a key step for the development of a future quantum internet. Exponential photon loss related to distance in optical fibres makes it impractical to connect two nodes directly. Furthermore, the impossibility of copying general quantum states forbids using the same solutions as in...
master thesis 2021
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Schornagel, Sander (author)
Cancer remains one of the leading causes of death in today's world. Radiation is a widely used in the treatment of cancer. One of the relatively newer methods is proton therapy, which can spare healthy tissues better than traditional photon treatments due to the unique Bragg peak of protons. A promising improvement is FLASH proton therapy, which...
master thesis 2021
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Bloem, Reltje Jan (author)
In this master thesis the behaviour of a high speed railway track constructed on top of a pile foundation with settlements under a dynamic load has been analysed. Therefore, a model was developed in the software program DARTS, dynamic analysis of rail track structures. In DARTS the railway track was modelled by stiff and elastic layers, which...
master thesis 2021
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Pietx I Casas, Oriol (author)
In this master’s thesis we report on the characterization of spectral-multiplexed Bell-state measurement, a fundamental building block of spectral-multiplexed quantum repeater architecture. To test our hypothesis, we show an experimental setup that resembles an MDI-QKD setup, but multiplexed in frequency. The result is an increased secret key...
master thesis 2021
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Stoll, Sjoerd (author)
In the Netherlands, from time to time, remarkable bids can be observed among the results of tenders for large infrastructure projects with design and construction integrated in a single contract. This observation sparked interest in the decision-making processes that Dutch contractors apply. Contractors determine their bid amount with the mark...
master thesis 2021
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Kirana, Jeremy (author)
During proton therapy treatments of lung tumors, interplay effects occur due to the simultaneous movement of the tumor due to patient’s respiratory breathing motion and the scanning pencil beam. These effects make delivering the dose to the target challenging. In this project the biological effects of breathing interplay for proton therapy...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Roelvink, Y. (author)
In this report, we will focus on simulating galaxy observations with the Deep Spectroscopic High-redshift Mapper (DESHIMA). To do so, we will discuss and evaluate two main parts needed to accurately perform such a simulation:<br/><br/>Firstly, we will answer the question whether Time-dependent End-to-end Model for Post-process Optimization ...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Stroeks, Maarten (author)
master thesis 2020
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Kabbouch, Y. (author)
Radar rainfall nowcasting stands for the prediction of rainfall amounts and intensities over the next 6 hours by means of statistical extrapolation of radar measurements. It is the principal ingredient for modern flood forecasting and early warning systems. Radar forecasts are generated by identifying and tracking rainfall cells in radar images...
master thesis 2020
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Portheine, D.P. (author)
The third biggest cause of death in the western world is the stroke which is often caused by an aneurysm. Recent literature proposes the Wall Shear Stress (WSS), the Time-Averaged Wall Shear Stress (TAWSS), the Oscillatory Shear Index (OSI) and the Transverse WSS (Trans-WSS) as possible factors influencing the initiation, growth and rupture of...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Wijnands, Ruben (author), Bleeker, Arnoud (author)
In this thesis, the design and implementation of a wireless communication module and an accompanying network are discussed. This wireless communication module is used in a device which communicates frost temperatures measured at orchards. The goal is to gather data on how fruit frost develops on orchards, and to warn a fruit farmer if it starts...
bachelor thesis 2020
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