Below are theses and dissertations completed by graduates of the University of Nevada Las Vegas Electrical & Computer Engineering Department.

For the entire collection of UNLV theses and dissertations, visit UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones

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Theses/Dissertations from 2009

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Evaluation of rapid electric battery charging techniques, Ronald Baroody

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Analysis and design of low power CMOS ultra wideband receiver, Abdul Bhuiyan

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Magnetic sensors for biodetection, Pranjali Vineet Sneha Deshpande

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Modulated nanopores using pulse anodization on thin aluminum, Mahesh Babu Gunukula

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Individual copper nanowire decorated by gold nanoparticles for Surface enhanced Raman scattering, Roshan Guttikonda

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Optimal design of discrete-time delta sigma modulators, Matthew Edward Jackson

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System architecture for an intelligent implantable bio-telemetry device, Karthik Kumar Nattamai Kumaresan

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On-board three-dimensional object tracking: Software and hardware solutions, Ajay Kumar Mandava

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Extents and limits of radioscopic detection of nuclear materials in cargo containers with two megavoltage energy barriers, Vijay Kumar Mandava

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Spectral analysis of pathological acoustic speech waveforms, Priyanka Medida

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Effect of mechanical vibrations on light emitting diode luminaires, Jayalakshmi Paladugu

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Biology-Inspired Adaptive and Nonlinear Robust Control of BAUV Using Pectoral-Like Fins, Subramanian Ramasamy

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Low power FFT processor design considerations for OFDM communications, David Layne Rushforth

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Studying the impacts of primary incidents on freeways to identify secondary incidents, Rohit Reddy Saddi

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Metal induced crystallization of silicon thin films, Sandeep Kumar Raju Sangaraju

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Anti-islanding schemes for machine-based distributed generation, Temesgen Tadegegn

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Islanded operation of a distribution feeder with distributed generation, Chandu Venu

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Novel techniques in iris recognition, David Walker

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Performance evaluation of network-on-chip interconnect architectures, Xinan Zhou

Theses/Dissertations from 2005

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Study of Secondary Electron Emission from Niobium at Cryogenic Temperatures, Anoop George