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Mark Andermann, LCE and BRU, Probing prestimulus predictors of perception, Jan 29
Päivi Sivonen, Annika Hulten, Johanna Uusvuori, Reviews of fresh literature: The Birds, Jan 22
Hannu Laaksonen, Using DICS to investigate rhythmic activity in MEG, Jan 15
Yevhen Hlushchuk, BBQ, Jan 5
Liisa Helle, Cortically constrained L1-minimum norm estimate for MEG source modelling, Instructor: M.Sc. Lauri Parkkonen.
Jaakko Hosio, Nonlinear damping of vibrating objects in 3He-B. Instructor: Dr. Vladimir Eltsov.
Jaakko Hosio, Quantum turbulence and thermal transport in the ballistic regime of superfluid 3He-B. Instructor: Dr. Vladimir Eltsov.
Saana Jenu, Visuaalisen pinnan viritysfunktio. Instructor: Doc. Simo Vanni.
Laura Korhonen, Fabrication of a Bloch Oscillating Transistor. Instructor: Prof. Pertti Hakonen.
Matti Laakso, Frequency dependent conductance of a single-electron transistor. Instructor: Doc. Tero Heikkilä
Matti Laakso, Scattering approach to transport in graphene. Instructor: Doc. Tero Heikkilä
Juho Rysti, Quartz tuning fork as a probe for 3He consentration in gaseous helium mixture. Instructor: Doc Juha Tuoriniemi.
Juho Rysti, Computer controlled multiplexer for quartz resonator measurements at very low temperatures. Instructor: Doc. Juha Tuoriniemi.
Matti Tomi, Controlled deposition of carbon nanotubes by dielectrophoresis. Instructor: Prof. Pertti Hakonen.
Antti Paila graduated as M.Sc. from the Department of Engineering Physics and Mathematics on August. His diploma thesis Landau-Zener interferometry using a superconducting quantum bit was done in the LTL. Supervisor: Prof. Risto Nieminen, Instructor: Prof. Pertti Hakonen.
Olli-Pentti Saira graduated as M.Sc. from the Department of Engineering Physics and Mathematics on May 30th. His diploma thesis Thermal effects in Coulomb-blockaded nanostructures with superconductor-insulator-normal metal junctions was done in the LTL. Supervisor: Prof. Matti Kaivola, Instructors: Prof. Jukka Pekola and Dr. Sc. (Tech.) Mikko Möttönen.
Juha Voutilainen graduated as M.Sc. from the Department of Engineering Physics and Mathematics on February 5th. His diploma thesis Charge transport with Andreev reflection was done in the LTL. Supervisor: Prof. Risto Nieminen, Instructor: Prof. Nikolai Kopnin.
Annual Report 2007