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41. Sagar Bhandari, "Imaging Electron Flow in Graphene", Harvard University, 2015.

40. Halvar J. Trodahl, "Low Temperature Scanning Probe Microscope for Imaging Nanometer Scale Electronics", Harvard University, 2011.

39. Keith A. Brown, "Imaging and Manipulation of Nanoscale Materials with Coaxial and Triaxial AFM Probes", Harvard University, 2011.

38. Alex Nemiroski, "A Wireless Lab-in-a-Pill Biosensor for Rapid Gastrointestinal Bleeding", Harvard University, 2011.

37. Erin Boyd, "Imaging Electrons in Ultra-thin Nanowires", Harvard University, 2011.

36. David Issadore, "Hybrid Integrated Circuit / Microfluidic Chip for the Control of Living Cells and Ultra-Small Biomimetic Containers", Harvard University, 2009.

35. Thomas Hunt, "Integrated Circuit / Microfluidic Chip for Dielectric Manipulation", Harvard University, 2007.

34. Katherine Aidala, "Imaging Magnetic Focusing in a 2-D Electron Gas", Harvard University, 2006.

33. Parisa Fallahi, "Imaging Electrons in Few-Electron Quantum Dots", Harvard University, 2006.

32. Ania Bleszynski, "Imaging Electrons in Semiconducto Nanostructures", Harvard University, 2006.

31. Andrew Vidan, "Charge and Spin Effects in Semiconductor Nanostructures", Harvard University, 2006.

30. Hakho Lee, "Microelectronic / Microfluidic Hybrid System for the Manipulation of Biological Cells", Harvard University, 2005.

29. Ian Chan, "Quantum Dot Circuits: Single-Electron Switch and Few-Electron Quantum Dots", Harvard University, 2003.

28. Brian LeRoy, "Imaging Coherent Electron Flow Through Semiconductor Nanostructures", Harvard University, 2003.

27. Chungsok Lee, "Control and Manipulation of Magnetic Nanoparticles and Cold Atoms using Micro-electromagnets", Harvard University, 2002.

26. Mark Topinka, "Imaging Coherent Electron Wave Flow Through 2-D Electron Gas Nanostructures", Harvard University, 2002.

25. Lester Chen, "Charge-imaging Field-effect Transistors for Scanned Probe Microscopy", Harvard University, 2001.

24. David Duncan, "Mesoscopic Electron Transport in Semiconductor Nanostructures", Harvard University, 2000.

23. Marija Drndic, "Micro-electromagnets for Particle Control", Harvard University, 2000.

22. Rex Beck, "Strain Sensing Field-Effect Transistors in Nano-Electromechanical Systems", Harvard University, 1998.

21. Carol Livermore, "Coulomb Blockade Spectroscopy of Tunnel-Coupled Quantum Dots", Harvard University, 1998.

20. Mark A. Eriksson, "Cryogenic Scanning Probe Microscopy for Semiconductor Nanostructures", Harvard University, 1997.

19. Jordan A. Katine, "Electronic Quantum Interference in Ballistic Semiconductor Nanostructures", Harvard University, 1996.

18. Junmin Hu, "Collective Transport and Phase Transitions in Two-Dimensional Magnetic Bubble Arrays", Harvard University, 1996.

17. Catherine L. Hirshfeld Crouch, "Single Electron Transport and Charge Quantization in Coupled Quantum Dots", Harvard University, 1996.

16. Aram. S. Adourian, "Single-Electron Transport in Parallel Coupled Quantum Dot Nanostructures", Harvard University, 1996.

15. H. Scott Yang, "Conductance Oscillations in a Deformable Quantum Ring", Harvard University, 1995.

14. Frederick Waugh, "Novel Architectures and Devices for Computing", Harvard University, 1994.

13. Michael Berry, "Mesoscopic Transport and Quantum Chaos in Ballistic Quantum Dots", Harvard University, 1994.

12. Douglas Mar, "Cryogenic Field Effect Transistorsfor the Study of Semiconductor Nanostructures", Harvard University, 1994.

11. John Baskey, "Transport and Capacitance Measurements of Electron Multilayers in Wide Parabolic Quantum Wells", Harvard University, 1994.

10. Alex J. Rimberg, "Magnetotransport in Uniform and Modulated ElectronGases in Wide Parabolic Quantum Wells", Harvard University, 1992.

9. Raj Seshadri, "Melting, Pinning and Forced Flow of Two Dimensional Magnetic Bubble Arrays", Harvard University, 1992.

8. Andrew M. Kahn, "Space-Charge Dynamics in Germanium", Harvard University, 1991.

7. Peter F. Hopkins, "Magnetotransport in Wide Parabolic GaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Wells", Harvard University, 1990.

6. Charles M. Marcus, "Stability and Dynamics of Electronic Neural Networks", Harvard University, 1990.

5. Kenneth L. Babcock, "Cellular Domain Patterns in Magnetic Garnet Films", Harvard University, 1989.

4. Elizabeth G. Gwinn, "Quasiperiodicity and Frequency Locking in Electrical Conduction in Ge", Harvard University, 1987.

3. Stephen W. Teitsworth, "Nonlinear Dynamics of Electrical Conduction in Extrinsic Photoconductors", Harvard University, 1986.

2. Alex C. Sacharoff, "Electronic Conduction in Disordered Metallic Systems at Low Temperatures", Harvard University, 1985.

1. Robert M. Westervelt, "Nucleation Phenomena in the Formation of Electron-Hole Drops in Ge", University of California at Berkeley, 1977.

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