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Parameswaran, Vignesh (author)
Given the rising research of thin film solar cells in recent years, flexible technology has been proven to be more light weight and cost effective. As photovoltaics is increasingly becoming the front runner in sustainable energy production, concerns over the associated impacts of solar modules throughout their life cycle are also increasing....
master thesis 2021
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Ammerlaan, Tim (author)
Lithium-ion batteries are currently most commonly used in most electronic devices. These batteries are used because of their superiority in gravimetric energy and cyclability compared to other battery technologies. The most common anode used in lithium-ion batteries is currently graphite. Graphite has proven to be a very stable cycling material....
master thesis 2021
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Petit, L. (author)
In the last decade silicon has emerged as a potential material platform for quantum information. The main attraction comes from the fact that silicon technologies have been developed extensively in the last semiconductor revolution, and this gives hope that quantum dots can be fabricated one day with the same ease transistors are made today....
doctoral thesis 2021
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Si, F.T. (author)
The direct utilization of sunlight is a critical energy source in a sustainable future. One of the options is to convert the solar energy into electricity using thin-film silicon-based solar cells (TFSSCs). Solar cells in a triple-junction configuration have exhibited the highest energy conversion efficiencies within the thin-film silicon...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Kawasaki, Shinnosuke (author)
Cellular stiffness plays an important role for several diseases such as atherosclerosis, malaria and cancer. Cellular stiffness can be derived by the velocity of a cell that is squeezed through a constriction channel. For example, a rigid cell will move slowly through the constriction channel and vice versa. In this research a microfluidic...
master thesis 2017
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Ghaderi, M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2016
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Sammak, A. (author)
Heterogeneous integration of III-V semiconductors with silicon (Si) technology is an interesting approach to utilize the advantages of both high-speed photonic and electronic properties. The work presented in this thesis is initiated by this major goal of merging III-V semiconductor technology with Si technology. The focus was primitively placed...
doctoral thesis 2012
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