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PhD Thesis

1. Decarolis D. (2019) Effect of precious metal particle size and support type on catalytic activity as revealed by X-ray methods. UCL (University College London).

2. Wu, L. (2019). Transition metal chalcogenide based functional materials for renewable energy conversion Eindhoven: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven.

3. Chermprapai, Suttiwee The Immune-pathogenesis of Canine Atopic Dermatitis: Skin barrier, Microbiome and Inflammation.(2019) Utrecht University

4. da Silva G. F. L. (2019) Biophysical study of therapeutic antibody adsorption in affinity chromatography. UNIVERSIDADE DA BEIRA INTERIOR, Portugal.

5. Fabio Paolucci (2019) Characterisation of crystallization kinetics and mechanical properties of Polyamide 12. Technische Universiteit Eindhoven.

6. Tim Verdonck (2019) The “complex” chemistry of Cr(III) in deep eutectic solvents: towards sustainable Cr(VI)-free electroplating. Ghent University.

7. Stephen Bauters (2019) Development of XRF and absorption micro-spectroscopy at DUBBLE. Ghent University.

8. Mauro Povia (2019) Realization and Application of Operando and Combined A-SAXS

and XAS Apparatus for the Study of Pt/C and IrO2 Catalysts. ETH Zurich.

9. Meereboer, Niels Laurens (2019) Tuning the crystalline phases of poly(vinylidene fluoride) for capacitive energy storage applications. University of Groningen.

10. Sanja Novak (2019) Self-assembly of anisotropic DNA-based patchy particles. Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf.

11. Mieremet A. (2019) A multidirectional approach to optimize morphogenesis and barrier characteristics of human skin equivalents. Leiden University.

12. De Lemos Lima, Tiago Abel (2019) Local structure of Mn-doped ferromagnetic semiconductors. KU Leuven.

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