PhD Vivas - Opponent

[1]   Indradumna Banerjee. Point of care microfluidic tool development for resource limited settings. PhD thesis, School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology & Health, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, March 29, 2019. note:external examiner, Aman Russom.

[2]   Ingmar Schwarz. Lumped model simulation for the fast development of robust centrifugal-microfluidic lab-on-a-chip systems. PhD thesis, Technische Fakultät der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany, February 8, 2019. note: external examiner; supervisor: Roland Zengerle.

[3]   Gabriel Lenk. Development of capillary driven devices for patient centric blood and plasma sampling and point of care applications. PhD thesis, KTH Stockholm, Sweden, September 28, 2018. note:external examiner, Niclas Roxhed and Göran Stemme.

[4]   Lidia Morelli. SERS-based detection methods for screening of genetically modified bacterial strains. PhD thesis, DTU, Nyngby, Copenhagen, Denmark, February 2018. note:external examiner; supervisor: Anja Boisen.

[5]   Christopher J. Hayes. The utilisation of microfluidic qPCR technology for the identification of novel cancer biomarkers. PhD thesis, University of Limerick – Faculty of Science & Engineering, Limerick, Ireland, March 2017. note: external examiner; supervisor: Tara Dalton.

[6]   Frank Schwemmer. Advanced centrifugal microfluidics: Timing, aliquoting and volume reduction. PhD thesis, Technische Fakultät der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany, July 13 2016. note: external examiner; supervisor: Roland Zengerle.

[7]   Carl Esben Poulsen. All-polymer microfluidic systems for droplet based sample analysis – Bringing droplet technologies to life: Bridging the gap between academia and industry. PhD thesis, DTU, Nyngby, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 2016. note:external examine; supervisor: Anders Wolff.

[8]   Oliver Strohmeier. Centrifugal microfluidics for nucleic acid analysis at the point-of-care. PhD thesis, Technische Fakultät der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany, April 2016. note: external examiner; supervisor: Roland Zengerle.

[9]   Marc Karle. Pressure-driven, multi-flow assay system (preliminary title). PhD thesis, Technische Fakultät der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany, 2013. note: external examiner; supervisor: Roland Zengerle.

[10]   Éanna McCarthy. Growth of Zinc Oxide nanowires for field emission application. PhD thesis, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, February 2013. note: internal examiner; supervisor: Jean-Paul Mosnier.

[11]   Susanna Aura. Fabrication of inorganic-organic hybrid polymer micro and nanostructures for fluidic applications. PhD thesis, Aalto University – Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Helsinki, Finland, December 16, 2011. note: main opponent; supervisor: Professor Sami Franssila.

[12]   Fiachra O’Leary. The development of a capillary driven point-of-care microdevice for the fluorescent detection of HSV type 1 and 2. PhD thesis, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Limerick, Ireland, December 2011. note: main opponent; internal supervisor: Philip Griffin.

[13]   Jérémy Galineau. EMμ: The next generation of separation science. PhD thesis, Dublin City University, December 2010. note: internal examiner; supervisors: Prof. Malcolm Smyth and Dr. Blánaid White.

[14]   Thomas Glasdam Jensen. Improved optical solutions for on-chip light scattering detection. PhD thesis, DTU Nanotech – Department of Micro and Nanotechnology, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark, October 23, 2010. note: external examinaer; supervisor: Professor Jörg Kutter.

[15]   Troels Balmer Christensen. Lab-on-a-chip technologies for detection of Campylobacter and other food pathogens. PhD thesis, DTU – Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark, March 12 2008. note: external examiner; supervisor: Anders Wolff.


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