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  1. WebTigerJython - A Browser-based Programming IDE for Education 

    Trachsler, Nicole (2018)
    Master Thesis
  2. Novel Pb(II), Sn(II) and Bi(III) Halide Semiconductors 

    Nazarenko, Olga (2019)
    Doctoral Thesis
  3. The Role of Copper for Methane-Oxidizing Bacteria in Lakes 

    Guggenheim, Carole (2018)
    Doctoral Thesis
  4. Structural Folding for Architectural Design 

    D'Acunto, Pierluigi (2018)
    From an architectural standpoint, folding as a design operation enables the creation of forms that can deal with different requirements in terms of both space and programme. Moreover, from an engineering perspective, folding is an effective strategy to generate efficient structures that withstand the applied loads through their form. Although these two aspects have been explored extensively as independent research questions, so far, only ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  5. Neural networks for improving drug discovery e fficiency 

    Hassan Harrirou, Hussein (2019)
    Master Thesis
  6. A Data-Driven Exploration Of Non-Nashian Game Theory 

    Sulser Larraz, Felipe (2019)
    Master Thesis
  7. Improved Network Decomposition Algorithms And Applications 

    Portmann, Julian (2019)
    Master Thesis
  8. Visual and Inertial Motion Estimation and Calibration 

    Schneider, Thomas (2019)
    Doctoral Thesis
  9. Cherenkov-Plenoscope 

    Mueller, Sebastian Achim (2019)
    Telescopes – ’far seeing’ – have since centuries revealed insights to objects at cosmic distances. Adopted for gamma-ray-astronomy, ground based Cherenkov- telescopes image the faint Cherenkov-light of air-showers induced by cosmic gamma- rays rushing into earth’s atmosphere. In the race for the lowest possible energy- threshold for cosmic gamma-rays, these Cherenkov-telescopes have become big- ger, and now reached their physical ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  10. Excess Carrier Generation in Silcion Carbide Devices 

    Nida, Selamnesh (2018)
    Doctoral Thesis
  11. Electrodynamic Energy Harvesting from Moving Conductive Surfaces 

    Flankl, Michael (2018)
    Typically, the wagons of a freight train do not have an electric train supply (ETS), which is in contrast to passenger coaches, where such a supply is used for coach lighting and heating. An emerging application, which, however, requires an electric power supply, is condition monitoring of freight wagons, e.g. an anti-lock braking system, or of the transported goods. It has the potential of saving costs and giving additional benefit to ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  12. Reducing Pesticide Use Risks: An Economic Analysis 

    Möhring, Niklas (2019)
    The reduction of environmental and health risks is on top of the agricultural policy agenda worldwide. The design of effective and efficient policies though is complex. Pesticides are very heterogenous with regards to their properties and usages, pesticide application behaviour of farmers is driven by different deterministic and stochastic determinants, such as environmental conditions, weather and risk preferences and perceptions of ...
    Doctoral Thesis

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