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 2018

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The Combined Effect of Photovoltaic and Electric Vehicle Penetration on Conservation Voltage Reduction in Distribution System, Narayan Bhusal

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Mitigating Accumulation of Aeolian Dust Particles on Solar Power Generator Panels without Water, Sanjana Das

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A Distributed Real-Time Short-Term Solar Irradiation Forecasting Network for Photovoltaic Systems, Michael Adelbert Gacusan

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Design, Layout, and Testing of Sige APDs Fabricated in a Bicmos Process, Dane Laurence Gentry

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Affinity Points in Variable Frequency Drive – Motor Systems, Christophe Hicks

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Fundamental Tradeoffs in Estimation of Finite-State Hidden Markov Models, Justin Le

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Variable Transition Time Inverters in a Digital Delay Line with Analog Storage for Processing Fast Signals and Pulses, James Kenton Mellott

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High Speed Fast Transient Digitizer Design and Simulation, Eric Clark Monahan

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Linear and Nonlinear Adaptive Attitude Control of Asteroid-Orbiting Spacecraft Using State Feedback and Output Feedback, Nicholas Moya

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Design and Analysis of First and Second Order K-Delta-1-Sigma Modulators in Multiple Fabrication Processes, Shada Sharif

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Secure Device and Knowledge Discovery in Internet of Things, Shahab Taregh Tayeb

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Channel Estimation and ICI Cancelation in Vehicular Channels of OFDM Wireless Communication Systems, Vahid Vahidi

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Analysis and Design of Analog Front-end Circuitry for Avalanche Photodiodes (APD) and Silicon Photo-multipliers (SiPM) in Time-of-flight Applications, Vikas Vinayaka

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Design on High Performance Nanoscale CMOS Circuits with Low Temperature Sensitivity, Ming Zhu

Theses/Dissertations from 2010

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Evaluation of video based pedestrian and vehicle detection algorithms, Varun Bandarupalli