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Ph.D. Theses

*On periodically driven quantum systems,
B.M. Tarasinski (20 September 2016). Subsequent employment: Delft University of Technology.
*On electronic signatures of topological superconductivity,
M. Diez (8 September 2015). Subsequent employment: Blue Yonder Analytics.
*Quantum computation with Majorana modes in superconducting circuits,
B. van Heck (6 May 2015). Subsequent employment: Yale University.
*Signatures of Majorana zero-modes in nanowires, quantum spin Hall edges, and quantum dots,
S. Mi (22 April 2015). Subsequent employment: Aalto University.
*On topological properties of superconducting nanowires,
D.I. Pikulin (26 November 2013). Subsequent employment: University of British Columbia.
*Scattering theory of topological phase transitions,
I.C. Fulga (21 November 2013). Subsequent employment: Weizmann Institute.
*Random-matrix theory and stroboscopic models of topological insulators and superconductors,
J.P. Dahlhaus (21 November 2012). Subsequent employment: UC Berkeley.
*Dirac and Majorana edge states in graphene and topological superconductors,
A.R. Akhmerov (31 May 2011). Subsequent employment: Harvard University.
*On localization of Dirac fermions by disorder,
M.V. Medvedyeva (3 May 2011). Subsequent employment: Göttingen University.
*Anomalous diffusion of Dirac fermions,
C.W. Groth (8 December 2010). Subsequent employment: CEA Grenoble.
*Light scattering by photonic crystals with a Dirac spectrum,
R.A. Sepkhanov (20 May 2009). Subsequent employment: ASML.
* Scattering problems involving electrons, photons, and Dirac fermions,
I. Snyman (23 September 2008). Subsequent employment: National Institute for Theoretical Physics (NITheP).
* Effects of spin-orbit coupling on quantum transport,
J.H. Bardarson (4 June 2008). Subsequent employment: Cornell University.
* On dephasing and spin decay in open quantum dots,
B.D. Michaelis (16 November 2006). Subsequent employment: Rheinisch-Westfälisches Elektrizitätswerk (RWE).
* On the production and transfer of entangled electrons and photons,
J.L. van Velsen (28 September 2005). Subsequent employment: Ministry of Justice.
* Superconductivity in nanostructures: Andreev billiards and Josephson junction qubits,
M.C. Goorden (15 September 2005). Subsequent employment: University of Geneva.
* Study of a stroboscopic model of a quantum dot,
A. Tajic (12 May 2005). Subsequent employment: Philips Research Laboratories.
* Electron counting statistics in nanostructures,
M. Kindermann (3 September 2003). Subsequent employment: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
* On chaotic wave dynamics,
K.J.H. van Bemmel (6 December 2001). Subsequent employment: Statistics Netherlands.
* On quantum optics of random media,
M. Patra (6 September 2000). Subsequent employment: Helsinki University of Technology.
* Opto-electronic properties of disordered organic semiconductors,
M.C.J.M. Vissenberg (28 January 1999). Subsequent employment: Philips Research Laboratories.
* Thermal and electrical phenomena in chaotic conductors,
S.A. van Langen (3 September 1998). Subsequent employment: Philips Research Laboratories.
* On the transmission of light through random media,
J.C.J. Paasschens (16 October 1997). Subsequent employment: Philips Research Laboratories.
* Induced superconductivity in microstructures,
J.A. Melsen (18 June 1997). Subsequent employment: IBM Nederland.
* On the random-matrix theory of quantum transport,
P.W. Brouwer (11 June 1997). Subsequent employment: Harvard University.
* Shot noise and electrical conduction in mesoscopic systems,
M.J.M. de Jong (21 June 1995). Subsequent employment: Philips Research Laboratories.
* On the conductivity of strongly correlated low-dimensional systems,
B. Rejaei-Salmassi (23 March 1994). Subsequent employment: Delft University of Technology.
* Coulomb-blockade oscillations in quantum dots and wires,
A.A.M. Staring (5 November 1992). Subsequent employment: Philips Research Laboratories.

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