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Dissertations - 2018. A High-Density Carbon Fiber Neural Recording Array Technology: Design, Fabrication, Assembly, and Validation. Travis Massey (advisor: Kristofer Pister and Michel Maharbiz).Doctoral dissertations from September 1962-December 1970, and from December 1975 on, are available from ProQuest.; All other UC Berkeley dissertations and theses should be requested via the Duplication Request Form.If available, they will be scanned and transmitted electronically.Ph.D. Dissertations - Ming C. Wu. Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenide NanoLEDs: Towards High Speed and High Efficiency Kevin Han (2019) FMCW Lidar: Scaling to the Chip-Level and Improving Phase-Noise-Limited Performance Phillip Sandborn (2017). Berkeley EECS on YouTube.
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Data-Driven Methods for Improved Estimation and Control of an Urban Arterial Traffic Network, Leah Anderson, 2015. A Hybrid Approach of Physical Laws and Data-driven Modeling for Estimation: The Example of Queuing Networks, Aude Hofleitner, 2013.
Dissertations and Theses. D12-001 Death or Tobacco Taxes: The United States Cigarette Tax Policy and Some International Evidence. by Natasha Avenda?o Garcia, Fall 2011. Ph.D. Dissertation Submitted to the School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley. D11-001 Subsidized Housing and Neighborhood Change. by Florence Louise Wilson.
Department of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley. 2018: Jeffrey Kaplan Weightless Normativity: A Theory of Law, Language, and More.
Dissertations and Theses written for UC Berkeley's Earth and Planetary Science Department. This webpage is for archival purposes only. It is no longer being maintained.
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Dissertations. 2018-2019. Michael J. Fragomeni Optimality Theory and the Semiotic Triad: A New Approach for Songwriting, Sound Recording, and Artistic Analysis. Adrienne N. Merritt Recalling the Word: the Germanic Beguine “Sisters,” Memory, and the Question of Genre.. Berkeley, CA 94720-3243.
Ph.D. Dissertations - Constance Chang-Hasnain. De-Multiplexed Multiwavelength Interferometry for High Precision Metrology Syed Zain-Ul-Abideen Zaidi (2019) Design and Fabrication of VCSELs for 3D Sensing Kevin Cook (2019). Berkeley EECS on LinkedIn.
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Dissertation Title: “Sensationalism, Cinema and the Popular Press in Mexico and Brazil, 1905-1930” Damon Young. Assistant Professor of Film and Media and French, University of California, Berkeley Dissertation Title: “Making Sex Public: Cinema and the Liberal Social Body”.
Department of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley. 2019: Adam Bradley Sensitive Subjects: Bodily Awareness, Pain, and the Self.
Dissertations and Theses written for UC Berkeley's Geography Department.
The Pre-Dissertation Research Grant in International Studies supports UC Berkeley graduate students who will not formally advance to candidacy by the Fall of the fellowship term. Grants are intended to support travel, lodging, and research-related expenditures for graduate students who are conducting research away from campus.
My dissertation, Travesti Memory and Politics: Toward a Peruvian Transgender Imaginary, argues that travestismo is a critical tool by which to read the unstable and contested production of gender, sexuality, and race in contemporary Latin America.