SwedNess PhD-student dissertations

Ashok Sreekumar Menon
Uppsala University
Defended his thesis on June 14 2021
Thesis title:
Synthesis–Structure–Property Relationships in Li- and Mn-rich Layered Oxides


Nitesh Raj Jaladurgam
Chalmers University
Defended his thesis on October 8 2021
Thesis title:
Deformation mechanisms and load distribution in multi-phase engineering materials


Karolina Mothander
Lund University
Defended her thesis on October 15 2021
Thesis title:
Grazing incidence small angle neutron scattering as a tool to study curved biomembranes on nanostructured surfaces


Victor Pacheco
Uppsala University
Defended his thesis on October 22 2021
Thesis title:
Processing–Structure–Properties Relationship in Metal Additive Manufacturing


Yifei Zhang
Chalmers University
Defended his thesis on November 19 2021
Thesis title:
Improving Thermoelectric Properties of Inorganic Clathrates by Atomic and Microscale Structure Engineering


Elin Törnquist
Lund University
Defended her thesis on December 10 2021
Thesis title:

Bone structure characterisation using neutron scattering techniques


Marija Dubackic
Lund University
Defended her thesis on December 16 2021
Thesis title:

Alpha-synuclein: amyloid fibrils and interactions with lipid membranes


Ahmet Bahadir Yildiz
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Defended his thesis on February 28 2022
Thesis title:
Neutron scattering studies of hard metals


Prabhat Pant
Linköping University
Defended his thesis on May 25 2022
Thesis title:
Residual Stress in Additive Manufacturing: Control using orientation and scan strategies


Stefanie Siebeneichler
Stockholm University
Defended his thesis on May 27 2022
Thesis title:
Magnetic frustration and low-dimensional magnetism:
Transition metal fluorophosphates and square-lattice intermetallic compounds


Filippa Lundin
Chalmers University
Defended his thesis on September 16 2022
Thesis title:
Local Structure and Dynamics of Next Generation Electrolytes - linking microscopic and macroscopic properties


Marie Lycksell
Stockholm University
Defended his thesis on December 1 2022
Thesis title:
Combining low resolution, high resolution, functional, and simulation techniques: In the study of pentameric ligand-gated ion channels


Elisabetta Nocerino
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Defended his thesis on December 19 2022
Thesis title:
A Comprehensive Experimental Approach to Multifunctional Quantum Materials and their Physical Properties: Geometry and Physics in Condensed Matter

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