Doctoral Graduates

Data last updated on October 19, 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
Fall 2005 Yuan Liu Electrical Engineering PhD Mikhael, Wasfy
Frequency Domain Independent Component Analysis Applied to Wireless Communications Over Frequency-Selective Channels
Spring 2005 Yi Liu Electrical Engineering PhD Yuan, Jiann-Shiun
Study of Oxide Brakdown, Hot Carrier and NBTI Effects on MOS Devise and Circuit Reliability
Spring 2004 Suibing Liu Environmental Engineering PhD Taylor, James
NITRIFICATION INVESTIGATION AND MODELING IN THE CHLORINATED DRINKING WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
Spring 1996 You-Cheng Liu Electrical Engineering PhD Christodoulou, Christos
ANALYSIS OF FREQUENCY SELECTIVE SURFACES WITH FERRITE SUBSTRATES
Summer 1991 Pwu-Sheng Liu Environmental Engineering PhD Cooper, Charles
MODELING OF THE INITIAL VERTICAL DISPERSION PARAMETERS OF MIXING ZONE FOR PREDICTING CARBON MONOXIDE CONCENTRATIONS NEAR INTERSECTIONS
Summer 2006 Tina Livingston Education PhD Counselor Education Young, Mark
A COMPARISON OF MARRIAGE EDUCATION AND BRIEF COUPLES COUNSELING
Summer 1994 Mark Llewellyn Computer Science PhD Bassiouni, Mostafa
TEMPORAL EXTENSIONS TO THE RELATIONAL DATA MODEL
Fall 1996 Yu-Lung Lo Computer Science PhD Hua, Kien
SCALABLE PARALLEL DATABASE TECHNOLOGY.
Spring 2005 Thomas Lobasso Educational Leadership EdD Bozeman, William
An Evaluation of Enrollment Mangement Models of the 28 Florida Community Colleges
Summer 2016 Fernando Lobeto Educational Leadership EdD Executive Murray, Kenneth
Ubiquitous Computing in Public Education: The Effects of One-to-One Computer Initiatives on Student Achievement on Florida Standardized Assessments