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2017.09.07 | Talent development, PhD students

Do you have a great business idea?

Are you a recent or soon to be graduate with a great business idea? InnoFounder is a design-driven incubator that offers 12 months of: ·         A monthly grant of DKK 15,000 ·         A permanent and experienced mentor who will coach your…

2017.08.15 | PhD students, Talent development

PhD Exchange Programme between Europe and Brazil

Are you considering a research stay in Brazil? Then have a look at the "Be a Doc" programme for AU researchers and PhD students.

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2017.06.13 | Talent development, PhD students

Implementation of e-Boks

Over the summer, Graduate School of Science and Technology / GSST will gradually implement the use of e-Boks. Documents previously sent by letter mail to PhD students will now be delivered via e-Boks. PhD students with a Danish CPR number are required to be able to receive digital mail from public agencies, and are responsible for checking their…

2017.04.24 | PhD students, Talent development

Financial support for PhD students going abroad!

Funding for research stays abroad – for PhD students enrolled at GSST

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LATEST EVENTS

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PHD DEFENCES

Jakob Ege Friis

2017.11.24 | PhD defence

Thin Polymer Brush Coatings for Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Surfaces

PhD defence, Friday 24 November 2017, Jakob Ege Friis.

Jingbo Li

2017.11.23 | PhD defence

Creating Values out of Wastestreams from Rapeseed Oil Refining

PhD defence, Thursday 23 November 2017, Jingbo Li.

Berihu Gebremedhin Welderufael

2017.11.20 | PhD defence

Breeding for Recoverability – a Novel Approach to Improve Genetics of Udder Health in Dairy Cows

PhD defence, Monday 20 November 2017, Berihu Gebremedhin Welderufael.

Lise Kjær Andersen
Principal drawing of the proposed sub-macroscopic model of compressive failure of actively confined concrete: An idealised concrete cross section is shown, consisting of circular aggregate particles embedded in hardened cement paste. The prism is subjected to a vertical load and supported by an external lateral compressive stress (active confinement). By searching for the critical/weakest path of failure line through the cross section (consisting of two different parts: (i) straight failure lines through bulk cement paste and (ii) interface cracks along the perimeter of hard aggregate particles encountered), the capacity of the structure is determined as the load which will cause this failure mode to initiate.

2017.11.17 | PhD defence

Understanding the Improved Structural Behaviour of Confined Concrete

PhD defence, Friday 17 November 2017, Lise Kjær Andersen.

Chuan Yu

2017.11.10 | PhD defence

Two-electron Ionization Dynamics Induced by Intense Laser Pulses

PhD defence, Friday 10 November 2017, Chuan Yu.

Helene Halkjær Jensen
Figure 1: Sideview of epithelial cells with (right) or without (left) infection with EPEC. In infected cells, the separation of the top (red) and bottom (green) proteins is disrupted. EPEC is an E. coli strain and a major cause of childhood death due to diarrhea in developing countries. The figure is from DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0179122

2017.11.09 | PhD defence

When Epithelia Lose Shape: Metastasizing Cancer and Intestinal Infections with E. Coli

PhD defence, Thursday 9 November, Helene Halkjær Jensen.

Søren Rasmussen

2017.11.03 | PhD defence

Assessing and improving data quality in the transient electromagnetic method via digital signal processing

PhD defense, Friday 3 November 2017. Søren Rasmussen.

Peter Christiansen
TractorEYE is a multi-modal real-time detection system developed in the dissertation to give tractors the ability to “see”. A key contribution of the detection system is a camera-based anomaly detection algorithm that is able to detect heavy occluded, unknown and very distant obstacles in real-time.

2017.11.03 | PhD defence

TractorEYE: Vision-based Real-time Detection for Autonomous Vehicles in Agriculture

PhD defence, Friday 3 November 2017. Peter Christiansen.

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