Imperial College Phd Thesis Online

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Al-Sayari, "The Influence of Wettability and Carbon Dioxide Injection on Hydrocarbon Recovery", Ph D thesis (2009) Saleh K.Al-Mansoori, "Impact of Carbon Dioxide Trapping on Geological Storage", Ph D thesis (2009) Nasiru A.

A research candidate might also publish material generated from their research in the form of a paper in a journal.

Before requesting a thesis please check whether an electronic copy is available in the Spiral Repository.

ALI, Rheeda Title: Calibration of a personalised model of left atrial electrophysiology Thesis (Ph D and DIC) – Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 AZMI, Nur Liyana Title: Musculoskeletal Modelling to analyse and treat ACL Deficiency Thesis (Ph D and DIC)- Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 BAGNATO, Carlo Title: Influence of pain on human sensorimotor control and learning Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 BINTI ISMAIL, Siti Title: Musculoskeletal Modelling for Ergonomics: Shoulder & Low Back Loading in Bricklaying Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 BONO, Jacopo Title: Sunaptic plasticity: from single cell to microcircuit Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 BRITZMAN, David Title: A novel in vivo biomechanical model of knee osteoarthriatis in rodents Thesis (Ph D and DIC)- Department of Bioengineering, Imperial college London 2017 Cadinu, Paolo Title: Engineered nanofluidic platforms for single molecule detection, analysis and manipulation Thesis (Ph D and DIC)- Department of Bioengineering, Imperial college London 2017 CIGANOVIC, Nikola Title: Active micromechanics and fluid dynamics in mammalian low-frequency hearing Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 CHANDARIA, Vikesh Title: Mechanical Stimulation and Morphogenesis of the Embryonic Chick Knee Joint Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 CHARALAMBOUS, Christoforos Title: Identifying people using gait patterns of 3D space occupancy Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 CHRISTODOULIDES, Panayiotis Title: Mathematical design of optimal treatment schedules for atopic dermatitis based on a mechanistic modelling approach Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 CHRISTOU, Alexandros Title: Modelling spinal injury due to high-rate axial loading Thesis (Ph D and DIC)- Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 CHRONOPOULOS, Antonios Title: Mechanotransduction in Health and Disease Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 EDWARDS, Dafydd Title: An investigation into the outcome of amputations from recent military operations with regard to the formation of heterotopic ossification Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 FARZANEH, Behzad Title: Analysis, Design and Fabrication of a Low-power Brain Tissue Oxygenation Pulse Oximetry Front-end Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 GARASTO, Sefania Title: Investigating the neural code through pixel-wise visual stimuli reconstruction from two photon calcium imaging of mouse V1Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 GOLDEN, Caroline Title: Neuronal dynamics of the anterior cingulate cortex during working memory and serotonergic manipulation Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 GRANADOS CASTRO, Alejandro Title: Information encoding in dynamic responses of transcription factor activation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 JONAS, Felix Title: Deciphering the transcriptional response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to perturbations of lipid metabolism and graded endoplasmic reticulum stress Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 KUNTZ, Juan Title: Deterministic approximation schemes with computable errors for the distributions of Markov chains Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 LEARNEY, Robert Title: Sensor system for monitoring isolated kidneys Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 LEOW, Chee Hau Title: Flow Visualisation and Quantification Using High Frame Rate Ultrasound Imaging and Microbubble Contrast Agents Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 LI, Yuanwei Title: Computer-aided segmentation and quantification in contrast-enhanced echocardiography Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 LIN, Chin-Hsuan Title: The ageing sensorimotor control system and falls in the elderly Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 LIN, Shengtao Title: Phase-Change Contrast Agent and Its Applications in Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound and Photoacoustic Imaging Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 MCINTOSH, James Title: Probing ongoing movement decision processes with transcranial alternating current stimulation Thesis (Ph D and DIC) - Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, 2017 METCALF, Gavin Title: Sensing and profiling of circulating cell-free nucliec acids with fluorogenic PNA probes: A high-throughput and minimally invasive approach for diagnosis and prognosis of cancer.

Your Ph D, MPhil, MD(Res) or Eng D thesis will be deposited in Spiral, Imperial's open access repository, and made available to the public.

Mosayeb Shams, Modelling two-phase flow at the micro-scale using a volume-of-fluid method, Ph D thesis, July 2018 Hasan A.

Nourdeen, Upscaling Immiscible Capillary-Controlled Two-Phase Flow in Porous Media, Ph D thesis, June 2018Tarik M A Saif, Multi-scale Multi-dimentional Imaging and Charactrization of Oil Shale Pyrolysis‌, Ph D thesis, August 2017 Matthew G Andrew, "Reservoir-Condition Pore-Scale Imaging of Multiphase Flow", Ph D thesis (2015) Ali Qaseminejad Raeini, "Modelling Multiphase Flow through Micro-CT Images of the Pore Space", Ph D thesis (2013) Peyman Mostaghimi, "Transport Phenomena Modelled on Pore-Space Images", Ph D thesis (2012) Christopher H Pentland, "Measurements of Non-wetting Phase Trapping in Porous Media", Ph D thesis (2010) Saif S.Please note: you are required to submit your thesis by your submission deadline, regardless of whether you have been contacted by Registry or not at this stage.Once you have submitted your thesis, the Registry will ensure that copies are provided to your examiners, in advance of your viva examination.Your supervisor, or another member of staff in your department/division, will be responsible for organising the viva and making all the necessary arrangements.Once you have submitted the final thesis and your examiners have agreed that they are satisfied, the Registry will write to you confirming the award of your degree.It is important that you follow the guidance below when preparing your thesis for submission.‌‌‌‌For a full list of departments with MScs and dissertations in Spiral, see Theses The deposit of Master's dissertations is managed by departments and is not mandatory.Imregun, 1983 Reconciliation of Predicited and Measured Modal Properties of Structures Joga Sidhu, 1983 Mistuned Bladed Disc Assemblies H.Dare Afolabi, 1982 ‌Identification of Spatial Models Peter Thomas Gleeson, 1979 Determination of The Modal Properties of Complex Structures Including Non-Linear Effects Geoffrey R.The time scale for digitisation is currently 4 weeks.If you wish to visit the Central Library to consult a thesis, complete the form below prior to your visit.

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