Master Theses

  1. Olle Fager (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Real-Time Multi-Object Tracking and Segmentation with Generated Data using 3D-modelling
    Defended on 15 June 2021
  2. Agaton Fransson (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Tracking plankton using neural networks trained on simulated images
    Defended on 4 June 2021
  3. Kevin Andersson and Eric Lindgren (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Saliency mapping of RS-fMRI data in GCNs for sex and brain age prediction
    Defended on 2 June 2021
  4. Gustaf Sjösten (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Deep Learning for Nanofluidic Scattering Microscopy
    Defended on 17 May 2021
  5. Nils Jacobson (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Vascular Bifurcation Detection in Cerebral CT Angiography Using CNN and Frangi Filters
    Defended on 16 February 2021
  6. Benjamin Midtvedt (Chalmers University of Technology)
    DeepTrack: A comprehensive deep learning framework for digital microscopy
    Defended on 15 June 2020
  7. Tobias Sandström and Lars Jansson (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Graph Convolutional Neural Networks for Brain Connectivity Analysis​​
    Defended on 15 June 2020
  8. Hillevi Wachtmeister (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Tracking marine micro organisms using deep learning
    Defended on 11 June 2020
  9. Sofia Lundborg (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Training Binary Deep Neural Networks Using Knowledge Distillation
    Defended on 4 June 2020
  10. Martin Selin (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Growing Artificial Neural Networks. Novel approaches to Deep Learning for Image Analysis and Particle Tracking
    Defended on 5 June 2019
  11. Adrian Leidegren (University of Gothenburg)
    Estimating the validity of synthetic data using neural network ensembles
    Defended on 5 June 2019
  12. Theo Berglin and Adam Liberda  (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Generation of random connectivity matrices for BRAPH
    Defended on 31 May 2019
  13. Freddie Ogemark and Maximlian Leyman (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Cooperative Robotics with Sensorial Delay
    Defended on 14 June 2018
  14. Rafal Piwowarczyk (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Influence of Delay on the Vicsek Model
    Defended on 19 February 2018
  15. Oleksii Bielikh (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Generation of Random Graphs for Graph Theory Analysis Applied to the Study of Brain Connectivity
    Defended on 5 October 2017
  16. Simon Nilsson (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Collective Dynamics in a Complex Environment
    Defended on 14 June 2017
  17. Ehsan Kakaei (Bilkent University)
    BRAPH: A Toolbox Developed for Brain Graph Analysis of Various Imaging Modalities
    Defended on 16 March 2017
  18. Tuğba Andaç (Bilkent University)
    Alteration of Self-Assembled Patterns by Microorganisms in Evaporating Droplets
    Defended on 2 August 2017
  19. Aykut Argun (Bilkent University)
    Non-Boltzmann stationary distributions and non-equilibrium relations in active baths
    Defended on 29 September 2016
  20. Naveed Mehmood (Bilkent University)
    Study of Anisotropic Particles in Active Bath
    Defended on 25 August 2015
  21. Mite Mijalkov (Bilkent University)
    Sorting of Chiral Microswimmers
    Defended on 19 December 2015
  22. Yazgan Tuna (Bilkent University)
    Experimental Study of Critical Casimir Forces on Microparticles in Critical Binary Liquid Mixtures
    Defended on 5 August 2014
  23. Özer Duman (Bilkent University)
    Dynamical Effects of Nosie on Nonlinear Systems
    Defended on 5 August 2014