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Posted on May 21, 2018 by Dr. Jennifer Birch The SMASH project is pleased to announce the successful dissertation defense and graduation of Dr. Stefan Brannan. His dissertation is entitled “The Settlement Archaeology of Singer-Moye: A large 14th century town in the Chattahoochee Valley.”.
Of particular interest to the dissertation writer are the chapters entitled The Doctorate: History and Hurdles, Managing Yourself, Choosing and Managing Your Thesis Committee, The Thesis Topic: Finding It, The Thesis Proposal, The Thesis: Writing It, The Thesis Defense, Dealing with Stress and Depression, The Social Milieu and Swimming with the Mainstream: Returning Students, Women, Minorities.
Stefan specializes in insurance, shipping and transport. He advices and represents insurance companies in maritime and non-maritime matters including complex insurance disputes, in particular such as cover defense, third-party liability and recourse actions.
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The dissertation examining committee will be composed of Professors Jennifer Schwarz, Mitchell Soderberg, Stefan Ballmer and Simon Catterall. Professor Jae Oh will serve as chair of the defense. The title of the candidate’s dissertation is: “Digital Control and Readout of Superconducting Qubits.”.