Research for Master’s Thesis

For my master’s thesis in applied physics I did optical and acoustical measurements on micrometer sized bubbles which are used for cancer detection and treatment. This was done with a highspeed camera (15 Million frames/second) and a calibrated ultrasonic setup. Two articles published in the Journal of┬áthe Acoustical society of America are partly based on this research.


You can read my thesis here if you like.

The JASA article “Combined optical and acoustical detection of single microbubble dynamics” can be downloaded here.

The JASA article “”Subharmonic behavior of phospholipid-coated ultrasound contrast agent microbubbles” can be downloaded here.

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