Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Doctoral Theses

Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Doctoral Theses

 

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  • Conroy, Michele (University College Cork, 2016)
    Controlling the growth mechanism for nano-structures is one of the most critical topics in material science. In the past 10 years there has been intensive research worldwide in IIIN based nanowires for its many unique ...
  • Buckley, John (University College Cork, 2016)
    Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are currently having a revolutionary impact in rapidly emerging wearable applications such as health and fitness monitoring amongst many others. These types of Body Sensor Network (BSN) ...
  • Tao, Jing (University College Cork, 2016)
    Semiconductor chip packaging has evolved from single chip packaging to 3D heterogeneous system integration using multichip stacking in a single module. One of the key challenges in 3D integration is the high density ...
  • Tugwell, Josef; Brennan, Philip; O'Shea, Conor; O'Donoghue, Killian; Power, Timothy; O'Shea, Michael; Griffiths, James; Cahill, Ronan A.; Cantillon-Murphy, Pádraig (IEEE, 2014-10-29)
    The use of magnets for anchoring of instrumentation in minimally invasive surgery and endoscopy has become of increased interest in recent years. Permanent magnets have significant advantages over electromagnets for these ...
  • Jones, Daniel (University College Cork, 2015)
    This thesis explores methods for fabrication of nanohole arrays, and their integration into a benchtop system for use as sensors or anti-counterfeit labels. Chapter 1 gives an introduction to plasmonics and more specifically ...

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