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2018.03.09 | Talent development, PhD students

GSST closed during the Easter holidays and on 26 March - 2 April 2018

The GSST secretariat will be closed during the Easter holidays in the period 26 March - 2 April 2018 (both days included) and on 10-11 May 2018 in connection with Ascension Day.

2018.02.28 | PhD students, Talent development

Updated rules for PhD thesis format

The PhD thesis format requirements (Section 11.1 of the GSST Rules and Regulations) have been updated after discussions among the GSST Programme Chairs and in the ST PhD Committee. If the thesis is composed mainly of manuscripts or papers (regardless of whether the complete texts are included, or they have been edited to form a coherent…

2018.02.06 | PhD students, Talent development

Astra Science Talenter: Public outreach course for PhD students

Learn how to get your message across to the general public - sign up for the Astra Science Talenter course in public outreach in Sorø on 23 February 2018.

Photo: Christina Troelsen

2018.01.30 | Talent development, PhD students

Staff parking at AU Campus

From 1 February 2018, there will be more parking areas reserved for employees at AU. These include the majority of parking spaces around ST buildings in the University Park. If you want to use the parking spaces, and you don’t already have a parking permit, you should register your car at

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Mon 30 Apr
17:00-19:00 | 1525-626, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, Ny Munkegade 120, 8000 Aarhus C
Qualifying exam: Structural Characterization of SL-V1+xS2 Synthesized on Au(111) Substrate
PhD student Raluca-Maria Stan, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Wed 02 May
09:30-11:30 | P1.16, Pavillonen, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, Frederiksborgvej 399, 4000 Roskilde
PhD defence: Movement Patterns and Resource Selection – Insights From West Greenland Caribou
PhD student Katrine Raundrup, Department of Bioscience
Wed 23 May
15:15-17:15 | 1110-223, Bioinformatics Research Centre, Aarhus University, C.F. Møllers Allé 8, 800 Aarhus C
PhD defence: Classification and Analysis of Biological Data
PhD student Dan Ariel Søndergaard, Department of Computer Science

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Ewa Molska

2018.04.10 | PhD defence

Diverse RNA classes use common maturation pathways

PhD defense, Tuesday 10 April 2018 Ewa Molska

Mona Lilian Vestbjerg Larsen

2018.04.09 | PhD defence

Production of slaughter pigs without tail biting and tail docking

Phd defence, Monday 9 April 2018, Mona Lilian Vestbjerg Larsen

David Nicolas Østedgaard-Munck
Shown is an illustration of a flow cell in which electrokinetic energy conversion takes place. Here a pressure difference across the membrane drives positive lithium ions through, while their negative counterpart is repelled. This induces electrode reactions which sends electrons through an external electrical circuit, lighting the lightbulb. Thus the kinetic energy of a pressure difference is converted into electricity

2018.04.06 | PhD defence

Alternative Energy Generation and Pumping Devices – Electrokinetic Energy Conversion

PhD defence, Friday 6 April 2018, David Nicolas Østedgaard-Munck.

Yitao Dai
Strategy for synthesizing expensive azo- and azoxy-benzene from cheap nitrobenzene by photocatalysis: In his PhD project, Yitao Dai has developed a facile photosynthesis method, by which azo-dyes can be obtained selectively via reductive coupling of nitroaromatic precursors under purple light irradiation. In contrast, blue light illumination can lead to the generation of azoxy-products. The method allows controllable synthesis of azo- and azoxy-compounds in a simple catalytic system using g-C3N4 under ambient conditions and illumination by visible light.

2018.04.04 | PhD defence

Solar-driven Organic Synthesis and H2 Production by Noble-metal Free Photocatalysts

PhD defence, Wednesday 4 April 2018, Yitao Dai.

Nadia Sukusu Nielsen

2018.04.04 | PhD defence

Investigation of the Disease Mechanisms of TGFBI-linked Corneal Dystrophies

PhD defence, Wednesday 4 April 2018, Nadia Sukusu Nielsen.

Matúš Tomlein

2018.04.03 | PhD defence

Tactics and Tools to Support Future Industrial IoT Ecosystems

PhD defence, Tuesday 3 April 2018, Matúš Tomlein.

Aliakbar Kamari

2018.03.26 | PhD defence

Implementation and Assessment of a Holistic Sustainable Building Renovation

Double degree PhD defence, Monday 26 March 2018, Aliakbar Kamari.

Malene Thostrup Pedersen
27Al MQMAS NMR spectrum (14.1 T) of ye’elimite and a structural drawing of the eight independent aluminium sites in orthorhombic ye’elimite. The spectrum shows an improved resolution of the different aluminium sites in the F1 dimension due to elimination of the second-order quadrupole broadening.

2018.03.23 | PhD defence

Calcium Sulfoaluminate Cement – an Approach to Lower the CO2 Emission From Cement Production

PhD defense, Friday 23 March 2018, Malene Thostrup Pedersen.

Aimei Wang

2018.03.23 | PhD defence

Diseases Detection in Onions - Can Onions Talk Through Volatiles?

PhD defence, Friday 23 March 2018, Aimei Wang.

Maéva Mollion

2018.03.23 | PhD defence

Inference on Adaptation From Population Genomics Data

PhD defense, Friday 23 March 2018, Maéva Mollion.

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