Dissertations

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2011

  • Fakhr, Omar Diaa Mohamed Maged: Design and Realization of Novel Tools for Soft Lithography. Dissertation, 2011 more… BibTeX
  • Fichtner, Nikolaus: Hybridization of the Transmission-Line-Matrix Method (TLM) with the Integral Equation Method for the Analysis of Electromagnetic Coupling. Dissertation, 2011 more… BibTeX
  • Garma, Tonko: Semiconductor nanowires and their field-effect devices. Dissertation, 2011 more… BibTeX Full text (mediaTUM)
  • Jegert, Gunther Christian: Modeling of Leakage Currents in High-κ Dielectrics. Dissertation, 2011 more… BibTeX
  • Mátyás, Alpár: Modeling of quantum cascade lasers by ensemble Monte-Carlo methods. Dissertation, 2011 more… BibTeX Full text (mediaTUM)
  • Yordanov, Hristomir: Wired and Wireless Inter-Chip and Intra-Chip Communications. Dissertation, 2011 more… BibTeX Full text (mediaTUM)

2010

  • Tedde, Sandro Francesco: Design, fabrication and characterization of organic photodiodes for industrial and medical applications. Dissertation, 2010 more… BibTeX

2009

2008

  • Harrer, Stefan: Next-Generation Nanoimprint Lithography: Innovative Approaches Towards Improving Flexibility And Resolution Of Nanofabrication In The Sub-15-nm Region. Dissertation, 2008 more… BibTeX Full text (mediaTUM)
  • Huang, Libo: Theoretical and experimental investigation of the tunable mobile antenna. Model, designing procedure and measurement methods. Dissertation, 2008 more… BibTeX Full text (mediaTUM)
  • Weber, Walter Michael: Silicon to Nickel Silicide Longitudinal Nanowire Heterostructures: Synthesis, Electrical Characterization and Novel Devices. Dissertation, 2008 more… BibTeX Full text (mediaTUM)
  • Zedler, Michael: Systematic Topological Design of Metamaterials: Scalar and Vectorial 3D Metamaterials and their Realisation. Dissertation, 2008 more… BibTeX Full text (mediaTUM)

Habilitations

        2008

        • Scarpa, Giuseppe: Innovative Nanofabrication Methods and Thin-Film Organic Devices. Habilitation, 2008 more… BibTeX