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Theses

Below you find a list of Bachelor's, Master's and PhD theses supervised by Peter Puschnig. If you are interested in doing a Bachelor's Thesis or Master's Thesis in Peter Puschnig's research group, feel free to contact him directly via email or, in person, in his office.

Bachelor's Theses

Johanna Moser Berechnung von Adsorptionseigenschaften eines Benzolrings auf MgO mittels van-der-Waals Dichtefunktionalen July 2021
Paul Schnabl Photoemission Tomography of Heptacene on Metallic Surfaces June 2021
Roland Scheidl Theoretische Grundlagen und numerische Berechnungen für das Na2 Molekül May 2021
Christoph Stockinger Photoemission Tomography: Implementation and Testing of a Phase Retrieval Algorithm Jan. 2021
Alexander Josef Seyr Numerical simulation of the planetary motions in the solar system with Runge-Kutta Methods Nov. 2020
Daniel Khodachenko Algorithms for iterative phase recovery for photoemission tomography data August 2020
Dominik Brandstetter Photoemission tomography: experimental data evaluation by fitting to simulated momentum maps August 2019
Dominic Hirtler Quantum Mechanical Scattering at Arbitrary Potentials in 1 and 2 Dimensions by Numerically Solving the Lippmann-Schwinger Equation July 2019
Alexander Wachter

Vergleich von Oligoacenen mit fluorinierten Versionen dieser Moleküle

May 2019
Siegfried Kaidisch Benzene under ultrashort XUV laser fields: a time-dependent density functional study June 2019
Emil Parth Imaging molecular orbitals for ARPES simulations Jan. 2019
Max Niederreiter Determining elastic constants of graphene using density functional theory August 2018
Kevin-Alexander Blasl Numerical simulations of neutron scattering cross sections for heavy nuclei June 2018
Gernot Ohner Two Dimensional Finite Difference Time Domain Computation of Electromagnetic Fields in Python March 2018
Christoph Wachter Numerical Solution of the Time-Dependent 1D-Schrödinger Equation using Absorbing Boundary Conditions (Python Code) Sept. 2017
Florian Russold Die Inversion vom Stickstoff im Ammoniak-Molekül Sept. 2016
Nikita Reichelt Dichtefunktionaltheorie: Theoretische Grundlagen und Anwendung auf Graphen und Diamant Nov. 2014

 

Assoz. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.

Peter Puschnig

Institut für Physik
Phone:+43 316 380 - 5230


Fr 11:00 - 12:00 und nach Vereinbarung (e-mail)

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