As of 2014, all newly submitted Graduate Center dissertations and theses appear in Academic Works shortly after graduation. Some works are immediately available to read and download, and some become available after an embargo period set by the author. Dissertations and theses from before 2014 are generally accessible only to the CUNY community, but some authors have chosen to make theirs open access.

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Dissertations from 2016

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Mechanotransduction Modulates the Effect of Mechanical Forces (Fluid Shear Stress and Cyclic Strain) on Embryonic Stem Cell Differentiation Toward Vascular Endothelial Cells, Maria Nikmanesh

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Effect of Temporal Onset of Mechanical Loading on Tendon to Bone Healing, Determined with a Novel In-Vivo Device, Mark E. Stasiak

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The Design, Fabrication and Characterization of Integrated Photoconductive Antennas for On-Chip Terahertz Wave Radiation and Detection, Ruben Dario Velasquez Rios

Dissertations from 2015

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Development of Functional Interactions Among Cortical and Trabecular Traits During Growth of the Lumbar Vertebral Body, Melissa Ramcharan

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Seismic Fragility Analysis for Highway Bridges with Consideration of Soil-Structure Interaction and Deterioration, Xin Zong

Dissertations from 2014

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An Innovative RAN Architecture for Emerging Heterogeneous Networks: "The Road to the 5G Era", Shahab Hussain

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Optical Properties of Solar Cells Based on Zinc(hydr)oxide and its Composite with Graphite oxide Sensitized by Quantum Dots, S. M. Zakirul Islam

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Hydrodynamic and Mass Transport Properties of Microfluidic Geometries, Thomas F. Leary

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CITED2-Mediated Mechanotransduction and its use for Chondroprotection, Daniel J. Leong

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Reliability-Based Progressive Collapse And Redundancy Analysis Of Bridge Systems, Feng Miao

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On the Merits of Deploying TDM-based Next-Generation PON Solutions in the Access Arena As Multiservice, All Packet-Based 4G Mobile Backhaul RAN Architecture, Syed Rashid N. Zaidi

Dissertations from 2008

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Synergistic Surfactant Interactions and the Consequences on Phase Behavior, Interfacial Tension Reduction and Hydrophobic Surface Wetting, Makonnen Mateós Payne