Ph.D. Theses

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2019-01-21
07:58
[FZJ-2019-00540] Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Übertragung von Nukleinsäuren mittels fusogener LiposomenEntwicklung, Charakterisierung, in vitro und in vivo Biokompatibilitätsstudien sowie Analysen der zellulären Immunantwort
127 pp. () = Dissertation, Uni Bonn, 2015

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2019-01-16
15:06
[FZJ-2019-00414] Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Network architecture and heme-positve gene regulation of the two-component systems HrrSA and ChrSA
171 pp. () = Dissertation, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, 2019

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2019-01-10
14:30
[FZJ-2019-00137] Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Investigation of Lithium-Ion Battery Dynamics by a 2D Regularized Impedance Data Analysis
63 pp. () = Dissertation, RWTH Aachen, 2018

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2019-01-04
08:36
[FZJ-2019-00045] Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Structural investigation of the human Guanylate Binding Protein 1 in solution
238 p. () = Dissertation, RWTH Aachen, 2019

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2019-01-03
10:38
[FZJ-2019-00023] Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Effects of aging in human motor network connectivity
146 p. () = Dissertation, University of Cologne, 2018

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2018-12-22
01:41
[FZJ-2018-07837] Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Dynamics of branched polymers studied with MD simulations and neutron scattering
110 pp. () = Dissertation, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, 2018

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2018-12-20
11:26
[FZJ-2018-07712] Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Spin and Charge Order in the newly deemed antiferroelectric YbFe2O4
178 p. () = Dissertation, RWTH Aachen, 2018

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2018-12-19
13:19
OpenAccess [FZJ-2018-07642] Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Thermophoresis of biological and biocompatible systems
Köln 160 p. () = Dissertation, Universität zu Köln, 2018
Thermophoresis, or thermodiffusion, is mass transport driven by a temperature gradient. This work focuses on thermodiffusion in a biological context, where there are two major applications for the effect: accumulation of a component in microfluidic devices through a combination of thermodiffusion and convection, and monitoring of protein binding reactions through the sensitivity of thermodiffusion to complex formation.Both applications are investigated, the first as an accumulation process in the context of origin-of-life theories and the second in light of the question what we can learn from the observed changes in thermodiffusion about modifications of the hydration shell upon complex formation. [...]
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2018-12-18
10:23
OpenAccess [FZJ-2018-07549] Book/Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Magnetic Order and Excitation in Frustrated Pyrochlore 5d - Transition Metal Oxides
Jülich : Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH Zentralbibliothek, Verlag, Schriften des Forschungszentrums Jülich Reihe Schlüsseltechnologien / Key Technologies 187, iv, 182 () = Dissertation, RWTH Aachen University, 2018
Motivated by the recent experimental realizations of novel magnetic phases and emergentquasiparticles, such as magnetic monopoles and Majorana fermions, in frustrated andtopological quantum magnets, this thesis focuses on the studies of the magnetic ground stateof a complete series of pyrochlore 5d transition metal oxides, including the Ln2Ir2O7 (Ln =rare-earth elements) family and Nd2Hf2O7, via in-house specific heat and magnetizationmeasurements as well as advanced neutron scattering techniques. This has allowed us toestablish a global phase diagram of the magnetic ground state of Ln2Ir2O7 [...]
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2018-12-18
10:08
OpenAccess [FZJ-2018-07541] Book/Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Inverse conditioning of a high resolution integrated terrestrial model at the hillslope scale: the role of input data quality and model structural errors
Jülich : Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH Zentralbibliothek, Verlag, Schriften des Forschungszentrums Jülich Reihe Energie & Umwelt / Energy & Environment 444, xxii, 160 () = Dissertation, RWTH Aachen University, 2017
Understanding the soil-vegetation-atmosphere continuum is essential to improve hydrologicalmodel predictions. Particularly the characterization and prediction of the spatio-temporal variabilityof soil water content (SWC) and its controlling factors are of high interest for many geoscientificfields, since these patterns influence for example the rainfall-runoff response and the partitioning ofthe net radiation into latent and sensible heat fluxes while interacting with the vegetation cover.Within this context, this PhD thesis explores the degree of model complexity that is necessary toadequately represent heterogeneous subsurface processes, and the benefit of merging soil moisturedata with an integrated terrestrial model. [...]
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