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## B

Bagchus, Nina
(2023)
*Diagonal magnetic gradient design for cost-effective noise reduction in motion encoded MRI.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## C

Castellano Gomez, Irene
(2023)
*Modelling traffic flow using DAEs.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## D

De Boni Yamashiro, Mateo Kazuo
(2023)
*A Fourier-Series representation of periodic orbits in the Lid-Driven Cavity.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## G

Gao, Ting
(2023)
*Implicit Finite Difference Method For Pricing Two- Asset Options.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## J

Jong, Remco de
(2023)
*Equilibria in network congestion games.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## K

Kuzmenko, Darina
(2023)
*Switched nonlinear DAEs in electrical circuit theory.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## M

Mandeville, Milène
(2023)
*Average Surface Roughness for 2-Dimensional Atmospheric flow.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

Mishra, Siddhanta
(2023)
*The Effect of Change in Temperature and Rainfall upon the Spread of Malaria.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## P

Peroš, Noah
(2023)
*Sensitivity Analysis using the Adjoint State Method.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## R

Repášová, Michaela
(2023)
*Adaptive time stepping strategies; Lowering computational complexity of numerical solutions for a cardiovascular model.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## S

Sardjoepersad, Julian
(2023)
*Neuromodulation of Spiking and Bursting Behavior.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## T

Tamba, Leonardus
(2023)
*Regularity Tests for Pattern DAEs.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## V

Vliet, Ilse van
(2023)
*Exact solutions to the time-dependent harmonic oscillator using Hermite polynomials.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## W

Wasiljew, Maria
(2023)
*Signal separation of dual tracer PET scans.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.

## Z

Zheng, Qingna
(2023)
*Comparison between the Finite Volume Method and the Finite Element Method for the heat conduction problem.*
Bachelor's Thesis, Applied Mathematics.