Students supervised by Volker Haarslev - Encs.
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow. al-Kayssi, Rakiah Dawud (1998) Iraq under Saddam Husayn and the Ba'th Party. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow. B. Bellinetti, Maria Caterina (2018) Building a nation: the construction of modern China through CCP's propaganda images. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
Lu, W ORCID: 0000-0003-1550-2276 2017, 'Biological and behavioural markers of smoking reduction', PhD thesis, University of Tasmania. Lu, X 2017, 'Bioinformatics, gene functional and germplasm physiology feature studies of Zea may ssp. mexicana L. under cold and other environmental stresses', PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.
Erik Demaine's Papers Papers are grouped into Books, Journal articles, Book chapters, Conference papers, Technical reports, Manuscripts, PhD thesis, and Master's thesis. Books. Games, Puzzles, and Computation (joint work with Robert A. Hearn) A K Peters, July 2009. A Lifetime of Puzzles.
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow. Hammond, David Andrew (2009) I. On Process II. Portfolio of Compositions. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow. Han, Jing (2016) The historical and chemical investigation of dyes in high status Chinese costume and textiles of the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1911). PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
Thesis Title: Algebraic Function Fields with Asymptotically Many Rational Places and Improvements of the Gilbert-Varshamov Bound Degree Year: 2000 Career Bio: 2000, Postdoc, Austrian Academy of Sciences 2002 onward, Tenure-track Assistant Professor, Clemson University, South Carolina.
Dr Lu is the Senior Biostatistician at SCRI. He has more than 6 years of experience in supporting clinical research. Following his PhD in Statistics, he joined SCRI in 2009. His thesis focused on two-stage adaptive design with different study endpoints. His current research focuses on multi-arm multi-stage adaptive designs.
Education B.S., Electrical Engineering, Sichuan University, 1984 M.S.E., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan, 1986 Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 1991 Research Interests Our research aims to understand brain mechanisms responsible for auditory perception and vocal communication in a naturalistic environment. We are interested in.