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2016.09.28 | PhD students

GSST SECRETARIAT WILL BE CLOSED DUE TO AN INTERNAL MEETING

The GSST secretariat will be closed Wednesday, 28 September 2016 due to an internal meeting.

2016.09.20 | PhD students

Meeting about Applying for a Visa to the US

Learn more about how to apply for a visa if you are planning a research stay to the US.

2016.09.09 | PhD students

Joint Action Workshops with Aarhus University PhD Association (AUPA)

Joint Action is an opportunity for PhD Students across faculties to come together and discuss typical challenges of the PhD life. Moreover, it's a chance to exploit the smarts of your colleagues, learn from others' know-how, and to improve the management of your PhD.  AUPA organised the first Joint Action event in June 2016 on the topic…

2016.09.09 | PhD students

GRANTS FOR STUDY AND RESEARCH STAYS IN USA

The Denmark-America Foundation & the Fulbright Commission offer grants and advise for study and research stays in USA. For more information and to access the application form, please see here (in Danish only) The next application deadline for study or research stays planned for the academic year 2017-2018 is Wednesday, 5 October 2016 at…

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PHD DEFENCES

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

Santosh Lamichhane

2017.04.25 | PhD defence

Development of a metabolomics platform to elucidate the effects of polydextose intake on activity of the gut microbiota

PhD defence, Tuesday 25 April 2017. Santosh Lamichhane.

Maja Krüger Thomsen

2017.04.18 | PhD defence

Electron Density Studies of Metal-Organic Complexes

PhD defence, Tuesday 18 April 2017. Maja Krüger Thomsen.

Ditte Høyer Engholm 
Digital whole-cell illustration of the pneumococcus. The components of the bacterium are visualized at a consistent scale. The DNA is shown in purple in the central part of the cell surrounded by cytoplasmic proteins in shades of brown. The cell membrane is in yellow followed by the pale green grid-like structure of the cell wall. The outermost layer is a capsule made of sugar strands, which protects the bacterium form the host immune system.
Watercolor illustration of pneumococcal cell division. The painting shows the intricate network of proteins that are responsible for cell division. The green cell wall is on the outside of the bacterium and the brown proteins within the cell.

2017.04.11 | PhD defence

Attention to detail – scientific visualization of the bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae

PhD defense, Tuesday 11 April 2017. Ditte Høyer Engholm.

Lærke Søndergaard Stewart 
Maps showing the modelled distribution of vegetation types along a mountain slope in Northeast Greenland (present conditions are shown in the centre of the top row (0;0)).  Changing temperature and soil moisture scenarios are modelled for altered vegetation patterns. With rising temperatures, the potential habitat for heath types dominated by dwarf-shrubs (Empetrum heath and Vaccinium heath) increases at the expense of more open habitats dominated by forbs and grasses. The relative distribution of these two types is largely determined by the degree of soil moisture.

2017.04.07 | PhD defence

How are patterns of arctic plant communities affected by climate and the ongoing climate change?

Ph.D. defence, Friday 7 April 2017. Lærke Stewart.

Lasantha Indika Herath Herath Mudiyanselage

2017.04.06 | PhD defence

Where soil physics meets biology; A biophysical perspective to understand soil inner space ecology

PhD defense, Thursday 6 April 2017. Lasantha Herath

Ingeborg Elbæk Nielsen 
The particle instrumentation setup during a campaign in North Greenland. Photo by Nina Sarnela.

2017.03.31 | PhD defence

Particles impact on climate in the Arctic

PhD defence, Friday 31 March 2017. Ingeborg Elbæk Nielsen

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