Auckland Bioengineering Institute


Masters theses

2005

  • Multiaxial in-vivo testing of human skin, Yme Kvistedal, 2005.

2004

  • Instrumentation to investigate cardiac mechano-electric feedback, Punreddy Megha, 2004.

2003

  • Development of an experimental system for improving the design and prescription of an orthotic knee brace, Karen Lim, 2003.
  • An investigation of the machining of cellular solids with application to the harvesting of bone autograft, Sharif Malak, 2003.
  • Modelling the electrical activity of the human stomach and small intestine, Rita Yassi, 2003.

2000

  • Estimating the material properties of inhomogeneous elastic membranes, Duane Malclm, 2000.

1998

  • Electro-mechanical modelling of cardiac cells, David Nickerson, 1998.

1995

  • An anatomically accurate mathematical model of the human pulmonary acinus, Merryn Howatson, 1995.

1994

  • Particle tracking velocimetry, Shane Blackett, 1994.

1997

  • A three axis parallel drive microrobot, Robert Kirton, 1997.