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Scientific Theses

The Laboratory of Equipment Design offers a variety of of interesting topics for bachelor and master theses. For details please have a look at our central moodle page for open vacancies.


Completed Scientific Theses

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MasterMahdi Hachem (Supervisor: Robin Dinter)

Development of a Continuous Two-Phase Flow Reaction System for Amide Coupling towards DNA-Encoded Chemistry

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 15.07.2022

MasterLennart Helwes (Supervisor: Robin Dinter)

Development of a microfluidic open-source conductivity sensor and investigation of the scope of application

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 10.12.2021

MasterLeon Justen (Supervisor: Robin Dinter)

Transfer of discontinuous purification steps in the field of DNA-encoded chemistry into an integrated and automated system using microwell plates and microchannels

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 03.12.2021

MasterThilo Nissalk (Supervisor: Robin Dinter)

Development of continuous and discontinuous photoreactors applied to photochemical radical and redox reactions

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 16.11.2021

BachelorThomas Schmidt (Supervisor: Robin Dinter)

Development of an automated remote-controlled acid-base titration using open-source equipment

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 29.01.2021

BachelorMarcel Pillath (Supervisor: Robin Dinter)

Development of an open-source microfluidic conductivity sensor using an Arduino

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 05.10.2020

MasterRobin Dinter (Supervisor: Jens Bobers)

Application and Validation of an Automated Dosage System (ADoS) for Screening of DNA-tagged Substrates

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 21.11.2019

BachelorRobin Dinter (Supervisor: Waldemar Krieger)

Arduino basierte Sensoren und Aktoren für die Untersuchung des Stofftransportes in Kapillaren

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 19.09.2017

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