As you know from reading about me, I went to Queen's University in Kingston, ON, Canada for my undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics.
As part of this degree, I had to take a course called PHYS 455, "Engineering Physics Thesis". This course involved researching and writing a large report which they called a "thesis", but wasn't really, because it didn't have to have any original research. It turned out that many peoples did, but still.
Anyway, here's mine. It's a rudimentary design for a fuelling system for a fusion reactor based on compact toroid injection.
Olynyk, G. (2007). "Design and evaluation of a repetitive-fire compact toroid fuelling system for ITER". Undergraduate thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. [pdf, executive summary]
Undergraduate thesis, presented at the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Congress 2007 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Olynyk, G. & Morelli, J. (2007). “Design and evaluation of a repetitive-fire compact toroid fuelling system for ITER”, presented at the 2007 CAP Congress, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, June 17-20, 2007. Abstract published in Physics in Canada 63(2), pp. 92-93. [abstract], [presentation (pdf)]
From the work I did with Dr. Chris Thurgood at the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) in the summer of 2006. He presented it the following winter at the AIChE annual meeting.
Thurgood, C.P. & Olynyk, G. “Design of a heat exchange reformer for methanol steam reforming”, non-refereed presentation at 2007 AIChE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, November 4-9, 2007.
I and Dr. Morelli wrote up my undergraduate thesis and it was published in IAEA Nuclear Fusion in August 2008. Unfortunately I can't give you the PDF here because I relinquished the copyright to the IAEA.
Olynyk, G. & Morelli, J. (2008). "Development of a compact toroid fuelling system for ITER". Nuclear Fusion 48 095001. doi:10.1088/0029-5515/48/9/095001