Jeanette Lindroos graduates as PhD with distinction

Aalto Doctoral Programme in Electrical Engineering has accepted Jeanette's PhD thesis with the grade "pass with distinction".
Opponent Eicke Weber, PhD candidate Jeanette Lindroos and Custos Hele Savin right after the successful defence.

The graduation ceremony was held on 4th of June, 2015 at Aalto University while the defence took place somewhat earlier with Prof. Eicke R. Weber from Fraunhofer ISE as the Opponent.

Jeanette's dissertation is entitled "Copper-related light-induced degradation in crystalline silicon" and it can be downloaded from here.

Jeanette continues her academic career as PostDoc in Karlstad University, Sweden.

Congratulations, Jeanette!

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