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- PhD Thesis: This study aimed to create piezoelectric thin-film transducers for high-frequency ultrasonic applications. The application in focus is a scanning acoustic microscope that operates in the 300MHz-1GHz range, with zinc-oxide being the active transducer material. Funding for this research was provided through a Crown Research Grant.
| ResearchAreas || Applied Physics, Material Science, Microtechnology, Transducers, Ultrasound, Microscopy |
| ThesisTitle || Zinc-Oxide Thin-Film Optimization Towards the Fabrication of High-Frequency Ultrasound Transducers |
| Supervisor || Dr Gideon Gouws; Dr Ciaran Moore |
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