Master theses

Below the most recent (since 2007) master theses from the Chemical Physics group are listed.

David Schörling, Enhancing ammonia storage by tailoring zeolite doping (2020).

Viktor Rehnberg, High-throughput in-silico screening of oxygen carrier candidates for chemical looping oxygen uncoupling -Thermodynamical and practical considerations of data mining from ab-initio databases — towards a cost-effective negative emission technology (2020).

Henrik Klein Moberg, Implementing Machine Learning Algorithms for the Identification of Kinetic Phase Transitions on the Surface of Individual Catalyst Nanoparticles during Surface Chemical Reactions through Nanoplasmonic Spectroscopy (2020).

Emma Feldt, Electrochemical removal of mercury from contaminated aqueous solutions (2019)​.

Philip Edenborg, First Principles Calculations of Molecular Entropies in Zeolites - The Effect of Different Counter Ions (2019)

Johan Tenghamn, Improvements to a flow reactor and catalysis on core shell nanoparticles (2018).​

Madeleine Källmarker, Artificial Leaf – Leaf-inspired photosynthetic canopies for synthesis of energy and architectural space (2018).

Mattias Bengtsson, Electrochemical decontamination of aqueous solutions containing heavy metal ions. (2018)

Alexander Levinsson. Improving Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Generation from Water Splitting using Ultrathin Overlayers on Hematite Photo-anodes (2017).

Iwan Darmadi, Nanofabrication for Plasmon-Mediated Catalysis via Absorption Engineering (2016).

Alvaro Posada-Borbón, The structure of metal-oxide interfaces investigated by genetic algorithms (2016).

Sune Levin, Alloy Nanoparticles for Hydrogen Sensing (2016).

I-wen Hsu, Electrochemical Oxidation of Chlorination Byproducts in Swimming Poor Applications (2016).

Sebastian Idh, Light-induced Heating Effects in Perfect Absorbing Metamaterials (2016).​

Unni Engedahl, Hydrogen on PdAu surfaces: Diffusion and segregation (2016).

Sara Nilsson, Exploring collodial silica nanoparticles for Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage (2016).

David Albinsson, Complex Plasmonic Nanostructures for Materials Science and Catalysis (2015).

David Johansson, Nanoplasmonic Sensing of Transition Metal Catalyst Nanoparticle Oxidation States (2015).

Julia Alwan, Study of Van der Waals effects in gold-thiolate systems (2015).

Brita Abrahamsson, First principle calculation of NOx adsorption on ATiO3 perovskites surfaces (2015).

Pascal Gebauer, Production of green fuels from CO2 (2014).

Jenny Andersson, Towards Plasmon-Enhanced Heterogeneous Catalysis on Metal Nanoparticles (2014).

Adam Arvidsson, Water Oxidation on Porphyrines: A First-principles Study (2014).

Mattias Fredriksson,. Electrochemical hydride formation in thin Pd films analyzed with a combined optical and electrochemical technique (2014).

Emmanuel Nkurunziza, Indirect Nanoplasmonic Sensing Study of Z907 Dye Molecules Interacting with TiO2 Films for Dye Sensitized Solar Cell Applications (2014).

Emil Lidström, PdAu Alloy Nanoparticles for Hydrogen Sensing (2014).

Johan Hagberg, Combined electrochemical and optical measurements on Pt and Pd films (2013).

Viktor Nilsson, Adsorbate induced core level shifts of transition metal surfaces: A Density Functional Theory study (2013).

Håkan Carlsson, Numerical studies ofeffective diffusivity in fibrous media (2013).

Farzin Jahangiri, In situ and time resolved carbonaceous matter oxidation with IndirectNanoplasmonic Sensing (2013).

Simon Lindberg, Fabrication and characterization of Mg-Ni hydride thin films forphotovoltaic applications (2013).

Hans Lämås, Algorithms for multi-component phase equilibrium models in Modelica (2012).

Ferry Nugroho, 3D nanoplasmonic sensors (2012).

Mattias Sunesson and Linus Eklund, Methodsfor preventing the sticking of crude oil on radar antennas used for level measurements in oil tanks (2012).

Svetlana Syrenova, Carbon as aparticle-transfer material in hole-mask colloidal lithography (2012).

Bert Vanpoucke, Characterization of TiO2/Cu nanocomposite photocatalyst (2012).

Chandrakanth Reddy Chandraiahgari, Hydrolysis of Al Nanoparticles Studied by Nanoplasmonic Sensing (2011)

Mikael Antonsson and Simon Olin, An evaluation of the possibility to use infrared radiation for the drying process in dishwashers (2011).

Mandana Azmi, Nanostructured model electrodes prepared by Hole-Mask Colloidal Lithography for studying fuel cell reactions (2011).

Nicolas Boulanger, Nanostructured interfaces in thin hybrid and flexible solar cells (2011).

Andreas Eriksson, Light assisted CO2-conversion using nanostructured model catalysts
In collaboration with Ericsson AB, 2011).

Keisuke Takahashi, A global optimization scheme for bimetallic nanoparticles (2011).

Beza Minassie Wondimagegnehu and David Göransson, Nano-templating of iron oxide for solar cells (2011).

Eduardo Martini da Silva, Competingroutes for NO reduction over transition metals (2010).

Hector Hugo Perez Garza, Catalyzed carbon oxidation over Pt/C surfaces prepared by nanolithography (2010).

Tobias Moberg, Indirect nanoplasmonicsensing (2010).

Mesut Ogur, Potential fuels for fuel cell back-up power for Telecom sites
 (In collaboration with Ericsson AB, 2010).

Carl Wadell, Fabrication and characterization of plasmonic nanostructures for solar cells (2010).

Sebastian Skoog, Diffusion barriers to prevent degradation of PEM fuel cell membranes (2009).

L. Qiguang, Synthesis of alkynyl-functional PLL-g-PMOXA for the preparation of ‘click chemistry’-reactive non-fouling surface coatings (2008).

Simon Klacar, Vesicle diffusion - Monte Carlo simulations (2008).

Viktoria Gusak, Photosensitization of compact TiO2 films with PbS quantum dots for solar cell applications (2008).

A. Genvad, Surface coatings on medical implants (2008).

Q. Ye, Novel strategies for self-asssembly of poly(ethylene glycol)-supported lipid bilayers (2007).

Elsa Thomasson, Wet particle lithography - patterning proteins totally in liquid (2007).

M. Svensson, Analysis of different promoter systems for transgenic expression in human embryonic stem cells (2007).

Markus Schwind, Nanostructured alumina as plasmonic material: characterization and application and oxidation sensor (2007).

P. Axelsson and H. Ekstrand, Model studies of liposomes designed to be of relevance for drug delivery (2007).

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