Gervais' Lab Theses 

Department of Physics

Gervais' Lab Theses


  • Michel Savard, PhD, Mass Transport in Single Nanopores, December 2014. [PDF]

  • Jonathan Guillemette, PhD, Electronic Transport in Hydrogenated Graphene, January 2014. [PDF]

  • Dominique Laroche, PhD, Coulomb Drag in Vertically-Integrated One-Dimensional Quantum Wires, December 2013. [PDF]

  • James Hedberg, PhD, Low Temperature Force Microscopy on a Deeply Embedded Two Dimensional Electron Gas, January 2011. [PDF]

  • Cory Dean, PhD, A Study of the Fractional Quantum Hall Energy Gap at Half Filling, January 2009. [PDF]

  • MSc:

  • Matei Petrescu, MSc, Computational Fluid Dynamics in Mesoscopic Nozzles , December 2015. [PDF]

  • Samuel Gaucher, MSc, Flip-Chip Fabry-Perot Electron Interferometer , November 2015. [PDF]

  • Bram Evert, MSc, Electrical Transport, Filtering and NMR of GaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Wires , November 2013. [PDF]

  • Sam Neale, MSc, High Speed Flow Through Silicon Nitride Nanopores as a Potential Dumb Hole , September 2013. [PDF]

  • Chenxu Shao, MSc, Fabrication of Indium Nitride Nanowire Hybrid Devices , September 2012. [PDF]

  • Guillaume Dauphinais, MSc, Fabrication, Structural Relaxation, and Flow in Solid-State Nanopores, January 2012. [PDF]

  • Jonathan Buset, MSc, Near Infrared Optical Manipulation of a GaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Well in the Quantum Hall Regime, September 2008. [PDF]