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2017.10.05 | Talent development, PhD students

University elections 2017

The elections to the Aarhus University Board, the Academic Councils, the study boards and the PhD committees take place 13-16 November 2017. As for the Aarhus University Board, only non-employed PhD students can be nominated and vote. As for the Academic Council, only non-employed PhD students are up for elections. See the current members of the…

2017.09.22 | PhD students, Talent development

Call for Applications to the Falling Walls Lab Aarhus 2017

We would like to call your attention to an innovative scientific format for aspiring researchers – the Falling Walls Lab. The Lab is a platform for PhDs and PhD students from all disciplines who get the opportunity to present their research work, business model, innovative project or idea with peers and a distinguished jury from academia and…

2017.09.07 | PhD students, Talent development

The Royal Danish Academy of Science and Letters' scholarships and funds

The Royal Danish Academy of Science and Letters has application deadline Wednesday, 1 October 2017 for the following scholarships and funds: Inge Lehmanns Legat af 1983Julie von Müllens FondNiels Bohr FondetRagna Rask-Nielsens Grundforskningsfond The grants will mainly be given to research stays abroad. To be eligible, the applicant must have…

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PHD DEFENCES

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.

Lara M. Jochum

2017.12.14 | PhD defence

From Communities to Single Cells – Sulfate-reducing Microorganisms in Aarhus Bay

PhD defence, Thursday 14 December 2017, Lara M. Jochum.

Fauziatu Ahmed
An image showing branched grass roots, taken whiles the plant was growing in the soil. The red mesh is a grid that is used for counting roots and the white light is an LED light from the rootsnap sensor. This tool developed in Fauziatu´s PhD project provides a new technique to observe plant root growth and dynamics in situ.

2017.12.14 | PhD defence

Biochar Effect on Crop Physiology Under Drought and Salinity Stress

PhD defence, Thursday 14 December 2017, Fauziatu Ahmed.

Palle Duun Rohde

2017.12.12 | PhD defence

Digging Into the Genetic Causes of Schizophrenia and ADHD

PhD defence, Tuesday 12 December 2017, Palle Duun Rohde.

Henning Heldbjerg

2017.12.08 | PhD defence

The importance of Citizen Science – Can we improve the scientific use of Citizen Science data in Bird Population Studies?

PhD defence, Friday 8. December 2017. Henning Heldbjerg

Casper Clausen

2017.12.08 | PhD defence

Sensors and Batteries – Part of the Road to a Smarter and Greener Future

PhD defence, Friday 8 December 2017, Casper Clausen.

Jean-Pierre Desforges

2017.12.07 | PhD defence

Threat of Environmental Contaminants in Marine Mammals

PhD defence, Thursday 7 December 2017, Jean-Pierre Desforges.

Steffen Meyer

2017.12.04 | PhD defence

Probing a single atom with 100.000 lasers: Direct frequency comb spectroscopy

PhD defence, Monday 4 December 2017, Steffen Meyer.

Dennis Hove

2017.12.01 | PhD defence

A Study of How Small-scale Structures Dictate Large-scale Behavior

PhD defense, Friday 1 December 2017, Dennis Hove.

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