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2017.03.09 | Events, PhD students, Staff

Ph.d.-konference 2017

On 6 April 2017 Minister of Higher Education and Science, Søren Pind will host a debate on the quality and relevance of the PhD programme. With its starting point in a recent comprehensive analysis, the conference will be open to all interested parties - including PhD students and supervisors. The conference will take place in Copenhagen. Learn…

2017.03.09 | Talent development, PhD students

WORKSHOP: THE BALANCE BETWEEN DEDICATION AND STRAIN OF WORK

How is your work-life balance? Can you keep up the motivation and commitment in your professional life with no stress? Where does your positive energy come from in your everyday life - and what zaps it?

2017.03.03 | Talent development, PhD students

Aarhus Novo Nordisk Science and Talent Network 2017 Symposium

On Friday, 17 March 2017, Novo Nordisk and Science and Technology will be hosting a symposium at Aarhus University with a focus on scientific topics for joint collaboration.

2017.02.24 | Events, PhD students

Volunteer as a host at the FIRST LEGO League Open European Championship 2017 (FLLOEC 2017)

FLLOEC is looking for hosts for the Championship on 25 to 28 May in Aarhus.

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LATEST EVENTS

Fri 30 Jun
13:00-15:00 | 1525-626, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, Ny Munkegade 120, 8000 Aarhus C.
Qualifying exam: Cosmological Simulations with Neutrinos
PhD student Jeppe Mosgaard Dakin, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Fri 30 Jun
13:00-15:00 | Auditorium, AU Flakkebjerg, Forsøgsvej 1, 4200 Slagelse
PhD defence: Using artificial sentinel prey to quantify predation intensity under field conditions
PhD student Marco Ferrante, Department of Agroecology
Fri 30 Jun
14:00-16:00 | 1514-213, Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University, Ny Munkegade 120, 8000 Aarhus C.
Qualifying exam: Formation and growth of Nanoparticles by Multitechnique studies
PhD student Sanna Sommer, Department of Chemistry
Mon 03 Jul
13:00-15:00 | 5335-297, Nygaard building, Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University, Finlandsgade 21, 8200 Aarhus N
Qualifying exam: Efficient Multi-party Computation and Its Applications
PhD student Satrajit Ghosh, Department of Computer Science
Wed 05 Jul
13:15-15:15 | 1514-213, Lecture Theatre I, Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University, 8000 Aarhus C.
PhD defence: Metal hydrides for electrochemical energy storage
PhD student Priscilla Huen, iNANO

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PHD DEFENCES

Jiayi Qin

2017.05.11 | PhD defence

Metabarcoding improves the efficiency of monitoring soil mesofauna

PhD defence, Thursday May 11 2017. Jiayi Qin

Bhaniswor Pokhrel

2017.05.11 | PhD defence

Fertigation – a challenge in organic food production

PhD defence, Thursday 11 May 2017. Bhaniswor Pokhrel

Julie Brender Trads

2017.05.05 | PhD defence

Exploring the Limits of Chemically Induced Control – Activatable Reagents and Light Dependent Control of Proteins

PhD defence, Friday 5 May 2017. Julie Brender Trads

Bernardo Machado David

2017.05.05 | PhD defence

Commitments for the Masses – Making UC Commitments Great Again

PhD defence, Friday, 5 May 2017. Bernardo David.

Line Edslev Andersen

2017.05.05 | PhD defence

Social aspects of mathematicians’ research practice

PhD defence, Friday 5 May 2017. Line Edslev Andersen

Ana Carolina Machado Suárez

2017.05.05 | PhD defence

Expanding the chemical toolbox in DNA-directed chemistry

PhD defence, Friday 5 May 2017. Ana Carolina Suárez

Antonija Grubisic Cabo 
Snapshots showing excitation in various 2D materals, such as graphene and TMDCs.  Using infrared and ultraviolet light, snapshots revealing the dynamics of electrons (green ball) and holes (yellow ball) are recorded.  On the right, a sketch of graphene growth on an iridium surface via chemical vapour deposition.

2017.05.03 | PhD defence

Graphene and its successors – exploring the 2D world

PhD defence, Wednesday 3 May 2017. Antonija Grubišić Čabo

Pablo Baudin

2017.04.28 | PhD defence

Development of accurate computational models for the description of electronic transitions in large molecules

PhD defence, Friday 28 April 2017. Pablo Baudin

Jane Lund Andersen 
Cosmogenic nuclides accumulate in rocks exposed near the surface of the Earth (upper 2-3 meters) as a consequence of incoming cosmic radiation created in supernova explosions. A high cosmogenic nuclide content indicates stable, slow-eroding surfaces. In southern Norway, the cosmogenic nuclide content in surface rocks on many plateaus was, in contrast, relatively low. This indicates that ice sheets and freeze-thaw processes have significantly eroded many of the plateaus during recent glacial cycles.

2017.04.28 | PhD defence

Climate-controlled evolution of plateau landscapes at high latitudes

PhD defence, Friday 28 April 2017. Jane Lund Andersen

Benjamin Randeris Johannesen

2017.04.27 | PhD defence

The heart of circle dynamics, operator algebra, and their relationship

PhD defence, Thursday 27 April 2017. Benjamin Randeris Johannesen

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