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  • Quantifying Battery Rate Performance 

    Horváth, Dominik Valter (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2023)
    The global energy demand is quickly increasing and sustainable energy solutions are needed to keep pace. Batteries have emerged as the premier energy storage solution for increasing the adoption of renewable energy sources, ...
  • Characterisation of SemiconductorLasers for use as a Pump Source for Microresonators 

    McDermott, Michael (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2023)
    Optical frequency combs (OFCs) were first developed in the 1990s, initially as a means to count the cycles from atomic clocks. They have since proved very useful as a tool for metrology, sensing and frequency synthesis. ...
  • Evaluation of 3D Photogrammetry Tools for Applications in the Scanning Electron Microscope 

    Gannon, Edward Byron (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2023)
    3D models find application in a range of materials science areas, from fractography and failure studies to 3D printed metal topology. Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is commonly used for measuring surface topology, though ...
  • Non-equilibrium transport properties of quasiperiodic models 

    Chiaracane, Cecilia (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2023)
    The advances in the manipulation of ultracold atoms trapped by optical lattices has established this set-up as a promising analogue simulator of quantum Hamiltonians. The extended coherence times allow for the monitoring ...
  • Improved Solar Thermal Technology For Decarbonising Residential Heating 

    Fogarty, Cian (School of Physics, Physics, 2023)
    The field of solar energy harvesting has emerged over the last number of years as one with considerable scope to provide clean and renewable electricity and heat. Solar Thermal (ST) technology is vital to tackle the pressing ...

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