New Dissertations Available in the Library

The Graduate School is pleased to announce new dissertations are now available in the J.R. van Pelt and Opie Library from the following programs:

  • Chemistry
  • Engineering Physics
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics
  • Physics
  • Rhetoric and Technical Communication

Amalia Anderson
Doctor of Philosophy in Physics
Advisor: Alexander B Kostinski
Dissertation title: Development of Record-Breaking Statistics for Climatological Time-Series Analysis

David Clark
Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematical Sciences
Advisor: Vladimir Tonchev
Dissertation title: Applications of Finite Geometries to Designs and Codes

Roxane Gay
Doctor of Philosophy in Rhetoric and Technical Communication
Advisor: M Ann Brady
Dissertation title: Subverting the Subject Position: Toward a New Discourse about Students as Writers and Engineering Students as Technical Communicators

Jorge Kurita Nagasawa
Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics
Advisor: Amitabh Narain
Dissertation title: Experimental Results on Gravity Driven Fully Condensing Flows in Vertical Tubes, their Agreement with Theory, and their Differences with Shear Driven Flows’ Boundary-Condition Sensitivities

Jiang Lu
Doctor of Philosophy in Physics
Advisor: Raymond A Shaw
Dissertation title: Dynamics of Settling Charged Particles in Turbulence: Theory and Experiments

Adan Niu
Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematical Sciences
Advisor: Qiuying Sha
Dissertation title: Statistical Methods for Identifying Gene-Gene Interactions

Archana Pandey
Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Physics
Advisor: Yoke Khin Yap
Dissertation title: PMMA-CNT Matrices for Vacuum Electronic, Biosensing and Energy Applications

Abhishek Prasad
Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Physics
Advisor: Yoke Khin Yap
Dissertation title: Functional ZnO Nanostructures for Electronic and Energy Applications

Xiang Zhang
Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry
Advisor: Shiyue Fang
Dissertation title: Synthesis of Chiral Ferrosalen Ligands and their Applications in Asymmetric Catalysis


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