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2017.04.07 | PhD students, Talent development

Announcing the 2017 Zonta Denmark Scholarship for a female PhD student in natural science or technology

Zonta International has the mission of “Empowering women”. This encompasses fighting violence against women, ensuring equal legal rights and encouraging women to educate themselves also in areas that have traditionally been male domains. Zonta Denmark decided in 2011 to put a focus on women’s abilities to do research in natural science and…

2017.04.07 | PhD students, Talent development

PhD Career counselling and drop in at Ny Munkegade

AU Career PhD now offers career counseling at Ny Munkegade 120. You can book an appointment with a career consultant or you can drop in without an appointment from 10:30-12:30 for a quick look at your CV or for advice about an upcoming job interview. These are the dates for counselling at Ny Munkegade 120, building 1530, room 131 before summer…

2017.04.03 | Talent development

For PhD supervisors: Call for industrial PhD stipends within technologies

The Aarhus-Novo Nordisk (AU-NN) industrial PhD partnership accepts pre-proposals with deadline 1 May 2017.

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PHD DEFENCES

Zelalem Eshetu Bekalu

2017.09.29 | PhD defence

Friend or foe? Benefits to plant defence may outweigh negative effects on feed enzymes of a novel phytase inhibitor in barley.

PhD defence, Friday 29 September 2017, Zelalem Eshetu Bekalu.

Michael Rosenlund Lodahl

2017.09.29 | PhD defence

Smectite minerals and buildings – how something very small affects some things very big

PhD defence, Friday 29 September 2017, Michael Rosenlund Lodahl.

Jakob Holm Jørgensen

2017.09.29 | PhD defence

Self-assembly of graphene nanostructures with atomic precision

PhD defence, Friday 29 September 2017, Jakob Holm Jørgensen.

Roberto Trifiletti

2017.09.29 | PhD defence

Improved techniques for computations on encrypted data

PhD defence, Friday 29 September 2017, Roberto Trifiletti.

Karin Fisher

2017.09.27 | PhD defence

Relax! Controlling the confinement of trapped ions

PhD defence, Wednesday 27 September 2017. Karin Fisher.

Mette Birch Kristensen
EMS konference

2017.09.22 | PhD defence

Energy Storage and Conversion using Ion Exchange Membranes

PhD defence, Friday 22 September 2017. Mette Birch Kristensen

Amin Salami Dehkharghani 
Illustration of particles confined in a one-dimensional trap, where particles can only exchange position by going through each other.

2017.09.22 | PhD defence

Quantum Mechanics in One Dimension – How Do Tiny Cold Particles Behave in One Dimension?

PhD defence, Friday 22 September 2017. Amin Salami Dehkharghani.

Nikolaj Lilholm Villadsen
The natural products BE-43547A1 and rakicidin A have both been isolated from bacteria and synthesized via organics chemistry. Both natural products possess hypoxia-selective cytotoxicity a rare and interesting phenotype.

2017.09.22 | PhD defence

Killing resistant cancer cells with selective natural toxins

PhD defence, Friday 22 of September 2017. Nikolaj Lilholm Villadsen

Armin Ghasem Azar

2017.09.22 | PhD defence

Benefits of flexibility in residential electricity consumption– Paving the way towards a smarter grid

PhD defence, Friday 22 September 2017, Armin Ghasem Azar.

Jannik Nedergaard Pedersen. 
Snapshot from a computer simulation of one of the complexes used to improve the availability of vitamin D. In blue are shown four milk proteins, and in red and white are seen 36 molecules of a fatty acid.

2017.09.21 | PhD defence

Milk proteins to prevent vitamin D deficiency

PhD defence, Thursday, 21 September 2017. Jannik Nedergaard Pedersen.

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