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Theses/Dissertations from 2024
Non-Hermitian physics achieved via non-local Gilbert damping, Trevor Joshua MacIntosh
An SOA-Based Approach of Adaptive E-Tutoring Systems, Parth Hetalkumar Mistry
Material Behavior of Concrete Used in 3D Printed House, Siddharth Popli
Computer Vision-based Ergonomic Assessment of Dentists Using Different Dental Units, Seyedehfatemeh Sadeghi
Dynamic Metal-Ligand Interactions in Semiconducting π-Conjugated Materials, Peter Blake Joseph St Onge
ALVEOLI-IN-A-DISH: 3D-BIOPRINTED HUMAN LUNG TISSUE MODEL FOR INHALATION TOXICITY, Jessica Katherine Szawara
A MEMS Planar Fresnel Lens for CMUT Array, Shivani Nilesh Upadhyay
HepatoToxicity-in-a-Dish: Human Microphysiological System for Liver Injury, Lucas Joseph Aaron Marie Vajko Siddall
Theses/Dissertations from 2023
Control and Protection Solutions for Resilient Protective Relaying of Modern Power Systems, Abdallah Alaa Mohieldien Aboelnaga
Tree-Based Approaches for Predicting Financial Performance, Ahmed Shafeek Abouhassan