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Academic Year 2015 - 2016
  • Vishvas Pandey
    Quasielastic electroweak scattering cross sections in kinematics relevant for accelerator-based neutrino-oscill
    Supervisors: Prof. N. Jachowicz , Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Friday 4th March 2016
Academic Year 2014 - 2015
  • Jonas Vlietinck
    Diagrammatic Monte Carlo study of polaron systems
    Supervisors: Dr. K. Van Houcke , Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Thursday 22nd January 2015
Academic Year 2013 - 2014
  • Maarten Vanhalst
    Quantifying Short-Range Correlations in Nuclei
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Monday 29th September 2014
  • Tom Vrancx
    Electromagnetic production of pseudoscalar mesons
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Tuesday 9th September 2014
Academic Year 2011 - 2012
  • Lesley De Cruz
    Bayesian model selection for electromagnetic kaon production in the Regge-plus-resonance framework
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Monday 12th December 2011
Academic Year 2010 - 2011
  • Simon Standaert
    Connecting the dynamics of financial markets to the dynamics of non-equilibrium liquids
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Thursday 25th November 2010
  • Pieter Vancraeyveld
    Regge-plus-resonance appraoch to strangeness production from the deuteron
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Wednesday 10th November 2010
Academic Year 2009 - 2010
  • Klaas Vantournhout
    Nuclear Pasta with a touch of Quantum: Towards fully antisymmetrized dynamics for bulk fermion systems
    Supervisors: Dr. N. Jachowicz , Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Friday 27th November 2009
Academic Year 2008 - 2009
  • Christophe Preat
    Modeling quasi-free neutrino-nucleus reactions for accelerator-based experiments
    Supervisors: Dr. N. Jachowicz , Prof. J. Ryckebusch , Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Friday 12th June 2009
  • Wim Cosyn
    Exploring the limits of the hadronic picture of nuclei through pion and nucleon removal reactions
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Tuesday 26th May 2009
Academic Year 2007 - 2008
  • Annelies Van Dyck
    Generalized parton distributions of pseudoscalar mesons in a relativistic Bethe-Salpeter framework
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Monday 2nd June 2008
Academic Year 2006 - 2007
  • Tamara Corthals
    Regge-plus-Resonance Approach to Kaon Production from the Proton
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Wednesday 27th June 2007
  • Bart Van Overmeire
    A Relativistic Eikonal Description of Nucleon Propagation through Nuclei
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Wednesday 23rd May 2007
  • Kris Van Houcke
    Pairing in Many-body Systems: a Quantum Monte-Carlo Approach and Applications
    Supervisors: Dr. S. Rombouts , Prof. K. Heyde
    Public PhD defense on Wednesday 16th May 2007
Academic Year 2005 - 2006
  • Anneleen De Maesschalck
    The changing mean field in exotic nuclei : A shell-model point of view
    Supervisors: Dr. N.A. Smirnova , Prof. K. Heyde
  • Pascal Lava
    Nucleon propagation induced by electroweak excitation of atomic nuclei
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
Academic Year 2004 - 2005
  • Tim Van Cauteren
    Electromagnetic properties of strange baryons
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Tuesday 24th May 2005
  • Lode Pollet
    Ultracold atoms in an optical lattice: a numerical approach
    Supervisors: Dr. S. Rombouts , Prof. K. Heyde
Academic Year 2003 - 2004
  • Wim Van Nespen
    Two-nucleon knockout from 4He in a translationally invariant model
    Supervisor: Prof. J. Ryckebusch
    Public PhD defense on Thursday 27th May 2004
  • Ruben Fossion
    Study of nuclear binding energies and shape coexistence using algebraic methods
    Supervisor: Prof. K. Heyde