This is the digital archive for PhD, professional doctorates and Masters (Research) theses from the University of Sydney
Further information on how to submit your University of Sydney thesis is found at Research degree thesis lodgement
Sydney Digital Theses (Open Access) :  Collection home page
|Dec-2017||Understanding the Summary Jurisdiction in NSW||Mitchell, Tanya Louise|
|29-Sep-2017||Diamonds On The Inside: Imaging Nanodiamonds With Hyperpolarized MRI||Waddington, David Eric Jenner|
|Dec-2017||Investigation of a transcription factor complex and intrinsically disordered proteins||Caldas, Vania Santos|
|2-Aug-2016||HONNIN NO SHIRABE : SEARCHING FOR A COMPOSITIONAL RESPONSE TO THE TRADITION OF SHAKUHACHI HONKYOKU||Skipworth, Lachland|
|5-Mar-2018||Social Media within Emergency Management Organisations - A case study exploring Social Media utilisation for Emergency and Disaster Management||Ehnis, Christian Frank|
|2-May-2017||Neurofibromatosis Type 1 and Type 2 Associated Tumours: Current trends in Diagnosis and Management with a focus on Novel Medical Therapies||Ardern-Holmes, Simone|
|1-Mar-2018||Art Practice as Buddhist Practice: A Soteriology through Suffering||Warner, Lachlan Phillip|
|7-Dec-2017||Synthesis of bio-functional nanomaterials in reactive plasma discharges||Santos, Miguel|
|5-Dec-2017||Studies on the modification of ram spermatozoa by ejaculation and cryopreservation and the effects of Binder of Sperm Proteins||Pini, Taylor|
|26-Feb-2018||Physical and physiological considerations for mitigating thermal stress||Morris, Nathan Bradley|
|25-Oct-2017||The value of slow travel: An econometric method for valuing the user benefits of active transport infrastructure||Standen, Christopher|
|16-Nov-2017||The Trauma Machine: Volunteer Experiences in Australian Immigration Detention Facilities||Peterie, Michelle|
|30-Jun-2017||Occupied Memory: Polish Composers and German Music after the Second World War||Tatar, Jeremy Piotr|
|15-Jun-2017||wePlan Combining Wellbeing Information with Visualisations for Meaningful Representation of Spatial Design- using reference class forecasting and geo-situated augmented reality technology for informed engagement of disadvantaged communities||Khan, Mohammad Ashraf|
|23-Feb-2018||Materialising Contagion: An Archaeology of Sydney's North Head Quarantine Station||Longhurst, Peta|
|22-Feb-2018||Phenomenologies of Mars: Exploring Methods for Reading the Scientific Planetext Of Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars Trilogy||Cronin, Patrick Peter|
|15-Sep-2017||Monitoring and modelling spatio-temporal soil change in a semi-arid irrigated cotton-growing region of south-west NSW, Australia – The impacts of land use and climatic fluctuations||Filippi, Patrick|
|21-Feb-2018||Robust Quantum Control & Verification & Quantum Simulation with Trapped Ions||Ball, Harrison Burton|
|21-Feb-2018||If You Listen Closely||Clement, Adrian Hamish|
|21-Feb-2018||Quantum Nescimus: Improving the characterization of quantum systems from limited information||Harper, Robin Thomas Ross|
All Stanford dissertations and theses are listed in SearchWorks. (From the home page, click the “Dissertations & theses” link under Featured resources. Limit any search result by selecting "Thesis/Dissertation” under Genre in the left column.)
Most Stanford dissertations written between 1989 and 2009 are available as PDFs from Proquest. You can access these directly from Dissertations & Theses @ Stanford or from the Searchworks record.
If the thesis or dissertation was filed in a digital format (this option was available starting in November 2009) it may not be indexed in the Dissertations & Theses @ Stanford database, but it will be available through a direct link in the SearchWorks record and from Google. If the student opted for embargo restrictions, some of or the entire dissertation may not be available for up to five years after the submission date.
You can submit a request to view a print copy of a dissertation in the Special Collections & University Archives department (library use only). The SearchWorks record will indicate if there is a circulating print copy that you can check out.
You can purchase copies of Stanford dissertations completed before 2010 via UMI Dissertation Express from ProQuest.