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  • Reconfigurable Phase-Change Metasurface Absorbers for Optoelectronics Device Applications 

    García-Cuevas Carrillo, S (University of Exeter College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, 19 August 2019)
    This thesis is concerned with the design and development of dynamically reconfigurable optical metasurfaces. This reconfigurability is achieved by integrating chalcogenide phase-change materials with plasmonic resonator ...
  • Processing speed in children and adolescents 

    Gamman, L (University of Exeter School of Psychology, 19 August 2019)
    Literature Review Background: Mathematical and reading abilities are predictive of academic achievement. To date, limited research has examined the relationship between processing speed and academic achievement in typically ...
  • Producing and Contesting Precarity: The Politics of the Body in the British Asylum System 

    Mavin, R (University of Exeter Politics, 19 August 2019)
    This dissertation discusses how the body is central to processes of governance and agency within the British asylum system, and how this affects asylum seekers’ lived experiences and self-understandings.
  • Projection radiography in obese populations: how can image quality be improved? 

    Alqahtani, SJM (University of Exeter Medical Imaging, 29 July 2019)
    Introduction The prevalence of obesity is increasing globally; this, in turn, has impacted negatively on health service delivery, especially in radiology. The high radiation dose is one of the main challenges as the ...
  • Men’s Support for Gender Equality 

    Sudkaemper, A (University of Exeter College of Life and Environmental Sciences, 5 August 2019)
    Despite progress, profound gender inequality prevails and is harmful to the aspirations and well-being of both women and men. While much research has focused on the circumstances that motivate women to engage in collective ...

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