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Terahertz dielectric study of bio-molecules using time-domain spectrometry and molecular dynamics simulations
(Queen Mary University of London, 2014-06)
Terahertz frequency domain constitutes the least explored part of electromagnetic spectrum. At the same time plenty of physical phenomena occurs on picoseconds to nanosecond time-scale and have and can be monitored/contr ...
Exploration of the Interaction of Electromagnetic Fields with Nanoscale Materials.
(Queen Mary University of London, 2012-06)
Nanoscale materials usually present strikingly different properties in comparison with their bulk counterparts, such as quantum size effects, surface plasmon resonance (SPR). To explore new properties as well as for novel ...
FDTD Modelling of Nanostructures at Microwave Frequency.
(Queen Mary University of London, 2014-10)
The thesis which is hereby presented describes a study of the numerical modelling of the coupled interaction of nanostructures with electromagnetic fields in the range of microwaves. This is a very ambitious task and ...
Automatic Music Transcription using Structure and Sparsity
(Queen Mary University of London, 02/05/2014)
Automatic Music Transcription seeks a machine understanding of a musical signal in terms of pitch-time activations. One popular approach to this problem is the use of spectrogram decompositions, whereby a signal matrix is ...
Atoms organised: On the orientations of theory and the theorisations of organisation in the philosophy of Karl Marx
(Queen Mary University of London, 22/05/2015)
The contemporary crisis has lead to a renewed interest in Marx's critique of political economy. But today it is hard to read Marx as the prophet of a new and better world, hiswritings on capitalism's self-destructive ...