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PhD Theses

(in reverse chronological order)

  • Helena Cindrič (mentor Bor Kos). Numerical modeling and treatment planning for clinical applications of electroporation. University of Ljubljana, 2023 [PDF]
  • Tjaša Potočnik (mentor Alenka Maček Lebar). Efficiency and mechanisms of gene transfection by electroporation in mammalian cells in vitro. University of Ljubljana, 2023 [PDF]
  • Angelika Vižintin (mentor Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor Mounir Tarek). Alternative pulse waveforms in electroporation-based technologies. University of Ljubljana, 2022 [PDF]
  • Aleksandra Cvetkoska (mentor Matej Reberšek). Improving safety of electroporation clinical use. University of Ljubljana, 2022 [PDF]
  • Tamara Polajžar (mentor Damijan Miklavčič). The effects of high-frequency bipolar and low-frequency monopolar electric pulses on cell survival. University of Ljubljana, 2022  [PDF]
  • Eva Pirc (mentor Matej Reberšek). High voltage pulse generation for electroporation based technologies and therapies. University of Ljubljana, 2020  [PDF]
  • Barbara Dovgan (mentor Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor Ariana Barlič). Cryopreservation of human mesenchymal stem cells and umbilical cord tissue with combination of cryoprotectant trehalose and reversibile electroporation. University of Ljubljana, 2020 [PDF]
  • Tadeja Forjanič (mentor Damijan Miklavčič). Modeling the biological response to electroporation for electrochemotherapy and gene therapy. University of Ljubljana, 2018 [PDF]
  • Janja DermolČerne (mentor Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor Gregor Serša). Mathematical modelling of molecular transmembrane transport and changes of tissues’ dielectric properties due to electroporation. University of Ljubljana, 2018. [PDF]
  • Lea Rems (mentor Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor Mounir Tarek). Applications of theoretical models of lipid membrane electroporation. University of Ljubljana, 2016. [PDF]
  • Samo Mahnič-Kalamiza (mentor Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor Eugene Vorobiev). Effects of electrical and thermal pre-treatment on mass transport in biological tissue. University of Ljubljana, 2015. [PDF]
  • Marija Marčan (mentor Damijan Miklavčič). Pre-treatment planning for electroporation-based treatments of deep-seated solid tumors. University of Ljubljana, 2015. [PDF]
  • Igor Marjanovič (mentor Tadej Kotnik). Electroporation as a natural mechanism of horizontal gene transfer in prokaryotes [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2015. [PDF]
  • Andraž Polak (mentor Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor Mounir Tarek). Electrical properties of planar lipid bilayers formed from lipid mixtures. University of Ljubljana, 2014. [PDF]
  • Patrik Pucer (mentor Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor Boštjan Žvanut). Use of new information and communications technologies in medicine [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2014.
  • Aljaž Velikonja (mentor Alenka Maček Lebar, co-mentor Aleš Iglič). Electrical properties of hydrated planar lipid bilayers [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2014. [PDF]
  • Jaka Čemažar (mentor: Tadej Kotnik). Dielectrophoretic fractionation of biological cells in a microfluidic chamber [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2013. [PDF]
  • Bor Kos (mentor: Tadej Kotnik, co-mentor: Peter Gajšek). Numerical computation of electromagnetic fields in the human body for preventive and therapeutic applications.
    University of Ljubljana, 2013. [PDF]
  • Denis Pavliha (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič). Integrated treatment planning software for electrochemotherapy of tumors. University of Ljubljana, 2013. [PDF]
  • Matej Kranjc (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič). Feasibility of magnetic resonance electrical impedance tomography for monitoring electric field distribution during electroporation.
    University of Ljubljana, 2012. [PDF]
  • Barbara Mali (mentor: Tomaž Jarm). The safety and effectiveness of electrochemotherapy. University of Ljubljana, 2012. [PDF]
  • Saša Haberl (mentor: Mojca Pavlin, co-mentor: Irena Mlinaric Rascan). Analysis of the influence of various parameters on gene electrotransfer efficiency in cell cultures and in in vitro tissue models [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2011. [PDF]
  • Marko Ušaj (mentor: Maša Kandušer). Optimization of in vitro cell electrofusion in hypotonic media [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2011.
  • Selma Čorović (mentors: Damijan Miklavčič and Lluis M. Mir). Modeling and visualization of electropermeabilization of biological tissues exposed to the high-voltage pulses. University of Paris XI, 2010. [PDF]
  • Peter Kramar (mentor: Alenka Maček Lebar). Electrical breakdown of a planar lipid bilayer [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2010. [PDF]
  • Ivan Pavlović (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor: Marko Snoj). Electronic data collection in clinical trials using a web-based system with reduced data management [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2010. [PDF]
  • Katja Trontelj (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor: Vladka Čurin-Šerbec). Cell fusion in vitro by means of electropermeabilization. University of Ljubljana, 2010. [PDF]
  • Anže Županič (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič). Treatment planning in biomedical applications
    of electroporation
    . University of Ljubljana, 2010. [PDF]
  • Matej Reberšek (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič). Research device for electropermeabilization of cell membrane [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2008. [PDF]
  • Nataša Pavšelj (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor: Véronique Préat). Gene transfection in skin by means of electroporation. University of Ljubljana, 2006. [PDF]
  • Gorazd Pucihar (mentor: Tadej Kotnik, co-mentor: Justin Teissié). Induced transmembrane voltage and electropermeabilization of cells in cultures in vitro. University of Ljubljana, 2006.
  • Blaž Valič (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič). The effect of implants on the distribution of electromagnetic fields in humans. University of Ljubljana, 2006. [PDF]
  • Marko Puc (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor: Janez Nastran). High performance electropermeabilization device. University of Ljubljana, 2004.
  • Mojca Pavlin (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič). Analysis of the induced transmembrane voltage and electrical conductivity of cells exposed to electric fields [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2003.
  • Davorka Šel (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič). Development of the time-discrete model of tissue electropermeabilisation [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2003. [PDF]
  • David Cukjati (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič). Analysis and prediction of wound healing dynamics of conservatively and electrically stimulated chronic wounds [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 2000. [PDF]
  • Tadej Kotnik (mentors: Lluis M. Mir and Damijan Miklavčič). Influence of electric field dynamics on the efficiency of cell membrane electropermeabilization [in French]. University of Paris XI, 2000. [PDF]
  • Tomaž Jarm (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor: Gregor Serša). The effects of electrotherapy on parameters of perfusion and oxygenation of tumours [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 1999. [PDF]
  • Alenka Maček-Lebar (mentor: Damijan Miklavčič, co-mentor: Gregor Serša). The effect
    of pulse parameters in cell membrane electroporation in vitro
    [in Slovenian]. University of Ljubljana, 1999. [PDF]