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Disputation Noor Badariah Asan, avd “Fat-IBC: A New Paradigm for Intra-body Communication”
Disputation: Noor Badariah Asan, div Solid State Electronics, “Fat-IBC: A New Paradigm for Intra-body Communication”. Opponent: Dr. Ali Khaleghi , Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Disputation: Lisa Toller-Nordström
Disputation: Lisa Toller-Nordström, div Applied material science, “Insights into wear and deformation of alternative binder hardmetals”. Opponent: Dr Ben Britton, Imperial College London, UK.
Disputation: Lee Fowler, “Development of titanium-copper alloys for dental applications”.
Disputation: Lee Fowler, div Applied material science, “Development of titanium-copper alloys for dental applications”. Opponent: Professor Eduard Hryha, Chalmers.
Disputation: Hoang Duc Long, div "Solid state electronics"
Disputation: Hoang Duc Long, avd “Fasta tillståndets elektronik”, High Power Radio Frequency Solid-State Amplifiers and Combiners for Particle Accelerators”. Opponent: Professor Paul Tasker, Cardiff University, UK.
Disputation: Xingxing Xu, div Solid state electronics
Disputation: Xingxing Xu, avd Fasta tillståndets elektronik, “ Interface Studies for Gold-based Electrochemical DNA Sensors”. Opponent: Professor Rabah Boukherroub, University of Lille, France.
Disputation: Shuangshuang Zeng, div Solid state electronics
Disputation: Shuangshuang Zeng, div Solid state electronics“ Solid-state nanopores: fabrications and applications”. Opponent: Professor Amit Meller, Technion Israel Institute of Technology.