BACHELOR AND MASTER THESIS TOPICS 2018/2019

Study of impurity ion incorporation in nanostructured fluorides

Supervisor:

Andris Antuzevics

Analysis of impurities in silicon single crystals using FTIR spectrometry

Supervisor:

Georgijs Cikvaidze

Luminescence studies in Tb3+ and Eu3+ doped oxifluoride glass ceramics

Supervisor:

Meldra Kemere

Oxyfluoride glasses and glass - ceramics containing iron and silver nanoparticles

Supervisor:

Meldra Kemere

Study of thermoelectric properties of thin films of tetratiotetracene derivatives

Supervisor:

Kaspars Pudzs

Study of thermoelectric properties of polymer materials for 3D printed thermoelectric generators

Supervisor:

Kaspars Pudzs

Obtaining thermoelectric active nanowires by electrospinning method

Supervisor:

Kaspars Pudzs

Determination of thermal conductivity of thin films of thermoelectric organic materials by 3ω method

Supervisor:

Kaspars Pudzs

Determination of charge carrier mobility in organic thin films

Supervisor:

Aivars Vembris

WO3 and MoO3 IR and Raman spectra

Supervisor:

Jevgenijs Gabrusenoks

Oscillation spectra of molecular crystalline phosphorus and their modeling

Supervisor:

Jevgenijs Gabrusenoks

Luminescence of nanoparticles of activated AlN, Al2O3  and similar materials

Supervisor:

Baiba Berzina

Study of optical properties of point defects and impurities in silicon dioxide and optical light guides 

Supervisor:

Linards Skuja

Study of scale effect in hardness of functional materials using nanoindentation method 

Supervisor:

Janis Maniks

Synthesis and characterization of hybrid metal-oxide core-shell nanowires

Supervisor:

Boriss Polakovs

Up-converted luminescence in oxifluoride glass ceramics

Supervisor:

Anatolijs Sarakovskis

  

About the development of bachelor’s and master’s thesis at the Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia, please contact Anatolijs Sarakovskis (Anatolijs.Sarakovskis@cfi.lu.lv), the Deputy Director of Studies at the ISSP UL.