Student Theses

The student theses listed here are University of Manchester doctoral theses, submitted since 2010, which are currently Open Access. If you are unable to locate the thesis you are searching for, please contact the Library's Scholarly Communications Team at uml.scholarlycommunication@manchester.ac.uk.

  1. 2010
  2. Rational Monoid and Semigroup Automata

    Author: Render, E., 31 Dec 2010

    Supervisor: Borovik, A. (Supervisor) & Kambites, M. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  3. REINTEGRATION INTO MAINSTREAM SECONDARY SCHOOL FOLLOWING PERMANENT EXCLUSION: EXPERIENCES AND OPPORTUNITIES

    Author: Moran, K., 31 Dec 2010

    Supervisor: Woods, K. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Doctor of Educational and Child Psychology

  4. Responsive Hydrogels using Self-Assembling Polymer-Peptide Conjugates

    Author: Maslovskis, A., 31 Dec 2010

    Supervisor: Saiani, A. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  5. Scanning probe investigations on graphene

    Author: Neubeck, S., 31 Dec 2010

    Supervisor: Geim, A. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  6. Search for MSSM Higgs Bosons in Tau Final States with the Dzero Detector

    Author: Yang, W., 31 Dec 2010

    Supervisor: Soldner-Rembold, S. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  7. Selected Papers on Colorimetric Theory and Colour Modeling

    Author: Oulton, D., 31 Dec 2010

    Supervisor: Carr, C. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  8. Self-Assembled Peptide Gels for 3D Cell Culture

    Author: Tang, C., 31 Dec 2010

    Supervisor: Saiani, A. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  9. Silicon photonic materials obtained by ion implantation and rapid thermal processing

    Author: Crowe, I., 31 Dec 2010

    Supervisor: Halsall, M. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  10. SPECTRAL RESPONSE MODELLING AND ANALYSIS OF HETEROJUNCTIONBIPOLAR PHOTOTRANSISTORS

    Author: Khan, H., 31 Dec 2010

    Supervisor: Rezazadeh, A. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd