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LATEST NEWS

2017.12.01 | PhD students, Talent development

GSST secretariat will be closed due to Christmas holidays

The GSST secretariat will be closed on Saturday 23 December 2017 to Monday 1 January 2018 (both days included) due to Christmas holidays. GSST wishes everyone happy holidays!

2017.11.01 | PhD students, Talent development, Staff

Are you satisfied with your PhD programme?

Until November 27 alle PhD students at Aarhus University can participate in a new survey with the aim to provide an in-depth understanding of the quality of PhD programmes throughout the university.

2017.11.01 | PhD students, Talent development

PhD Career Day 2017

PhD Career Day 2017 will provide you with a strong and useful basis for at great start to your professional career. Join this event and get a unique opportunity to display your qualities and skills to a range of different companies.

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2017.10.31 | PhD students, Talent development

Financial support for stays abroad for PhD students at GSST – processing of applications

All PhD students enrolled at Graduate School of Science and Technology/GSST can apply for financial support in connection with a research stay at a foreign university. NB! As of 1 November 2017: Until 31 December 2017, GSST will only process applications related to stays abroad starting no later than 28 February 2018. The website will be updated…

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LATEST EVENTS

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PHD DEFENCES

Casper Welzel Andersen

2018.01.19 | PhD defence

Exploring the Crystal Structure of a deNOx Zeolite Catalyst – Not the Exact Same Variant as Used by VW

PhD defence, Friday 19 January 2018, Casper Welzel Andersen.

Siri Søndergaard

2018.01.19 | PhD defence

Dynamics of Telomeric DNA and Identification of G-quadruplex Structures

PhD defense, Friday 19 January 2018, Siri Søndergaard.

Xin Jie Jeryl Cheng

2018.01.18 | PhD defence

The role of LysM Receptor-like kinases in Lotus japonicus: Are you my Friend or Foe?

PhD defence, Thursday 18 January 2018. Jeryl Cheng.

Clare (Chi-Chih) Chang

2018.01.17 | PhD defence

Building Bones – Theranostics and Cellular Signals in Bone Tissue Engineering

PhD defence, Wednesday 17 January 2018, Clare (Chi-Chih) Chang.

Fang Fang

2018.01.05 | PhD defence

Analysis of microRNAs in honey bee - further understanding of caste determination

PhD defence, Friday 5 January 2018, PhD student Fang Fang

Estrella Elvira-Ramirez.

2017.12.19 | PhD defence

The Role of Lotus Japonicus Ethylene Receptors During Root Nodule Symbiosis – Identifying New Symbiotic Regulators

PhD defence, Tuesday 19 December 2017, Estrella Elvira-Ramirez.

Qianqian Zhang

2017.12.19 | PhD defence

Towards Cattle Precision Breeding Using Next Generation Sequencing

PhD defence, Tuesday 19 December 2017, Qianqian Zhang.

Ping Song

2017.12.15 | PhD defence

Lipidoid Materials-based Delivery Systems for RNAi Therapeutics

PhD defence, Friday 15 December 2017, Ping Song.

Kasper Trans Møller
A depiction of how renewable energy, from e.g. sun and wind power, may be utilised for electrolysis to split water into oxygen and hydrogen. Subsequently, hydrogen may be used to store the renewable energy and e.g. for utilisation as fuel in fuel-cell electrical vehicles. The research of Kasper T. Møller shows how incorporation of a complex metal hydride into the hydrogen storage tank may improve the energy density significantly.

2017.12.15 | PhD defence

Hydrogen – The Future Energy Storage Medium?

PhD defence, Friday 15 December 2017, Kasper Trans Møller.

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