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  • Quantum Control of Thermodynamic Processes in Semiconductors 

    Murphy, Conor (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2022)
    In this thesis, we explore theoretically the thermodynamics of heat exchange in laser driven solid state systems. In particular, we focus on the heat exchanged between phonons and a semiconductor quantum dot exciton, driven ...
  • Low Frequency Observations of the Solar Corona using LOFAR 

    Ryan, Aoife Maria (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2022)
    The Sun is a highly dynamic, active star, dictated by the evolution of its magnetic fields, which transition from periods of maximum activity to periods of minimum activity over an 11-year cycle. During solar maximum the ...
  • Connections between Internal and Surface properties of Massive Stars 

    Farrell, Eoin James (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2022)
    Massive stars have an important impact on the universe. They are responsible for the generation of many of the chemical elements such as oxygen and silicon. They can produce core collapse supernovae which impact the chemical ...
  • Ultrafast Optical Nonlinearity of Liquid Phase Exfoliated Pdse2 Nanosheets. 

    Alotaibi, Manal Saleh (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2022)
    In recent years, the study of condensed matter and optical physics has resulted in increasing technological progress, and this study may be credited with a significant portion of current scientific research and technical ...
  • Evaluation of STEM@University Experiences for Transition Year Students 

    Davey, Christopher Michael (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2022)
    This master's monograph and research present a study on the influence of STEM@University (a non-formal, university-school intervention) on a Transition Year student's STEM identity, through the measurement of STEM capital, ...

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