Doctoral Graduates

Data last updated on December 13, 2018 at 04:01 AM

This site includes all doctoral graduates, from the first graduate in Fall 1980 to the most recent term. Search for doctoral graduates using one or more of the filters. Selecting no filters displays all students for all terms. Remember to Reset Filters between searches.

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Term Student Name Program Subplan Chair
Spring 2011 Yidong Liu Electrical Engineering PhD Yuan, Jiann-Shiun
CMOS RF CITUITS VARIABILITY AND RELIABILITY RESILIENT DESIGN, MODELING, AND SIMULATION
Fall 2010 Fuyu Liu Computer Science PhD Hua, Kien
Query processing in location-based services
Summer 2010 Zhiwei Liu Electrical Engineering PhD Liou, Juin
DESIGN OF SILICON CONTROLLED RECTIFERS FOR ROBUST ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PROTECTION APPLICATIONS
Fall 2009 Xiong Liu Chemistry PhD Huo, Qun
GOLD NANOPARTICLES: SYNTHESIS, PROPERTY STUDY AND APPLCICATIONS FOR BIOMOLECULAR DETECTION AND PHOTOTHERMAL THERAPY
Fall 2009 Jingen Liu Computer Science PhD Shah, Mubarak
Learning semantic features for visual recognition
Summer 2009 Danzhou Liu Computer Science PhD Hua, Kien
Efficient Techniques for Relevance Feedback Processing in Content-based Image Retrieval
Fall 2008 Miao Liu Mechanical Engineering PhD Chen, Quanfang
A customer programmable microfluidic system
Fall 2007 Jing Liu Materials Science and Engineering PhD Sohn, Yongho
Mechanisms of lifetime improvement in Thermal Barrier Coatings with Hf and/or Y Modification of CMSX-4 Superalloy Substrates
Spring 2006 Quan Liu Mechanical Engineering PhD Kapat, Jayanta
Study of Heat Transfer Characteristics of Impinging Air Jet using Pressure and Temperature Sensitive Luminescent Paint
Fall 2005 Yuan Liu Electrical Engineering PhD Mikhael, Wasfy
Frequency Domain Independent Component Analysis Applied to Wireless Communications Over Frequency-Selective Channels