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2017.03.31 | Talent development, PhD students

National PhD seminar "From PhD to Postdoc - career planning, strategy or coincidence?” (in Danish only)

Thursday, 11 May 2017 at 8:45-16:30, Young Academy/Videnskabernes Selskab, H. C. Andersens Boulevard 35, 1553 Copenhagen V

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


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?

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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.

Norberto José Salazar Moreira

2017.09.20 | PhD defence

Adsorption of organic molecules on the active sites of hydrodesulfurization catalysts

PhD defence, Wednesday, 20 September 2017. Norberto José Salazar Moreira

Niklas Stausberg

2017.09.18 | PhD defence

What Can Fe Stable Isotopes Tell Us About Magmas?

PhD defense, Monday, 18. September 2017, Niklas Stausberg

Zeinab Solati

2017.09.15 | PhD defence

Suitable protein crops and field management practices for animal feed protein production in a biorefinery

PhD defense, Friday 15 September 2017. Zeinab Solati

Karen Kræmmer Schelde
Confocal microscopy image of the murine bronchiolar wall after administration of chitosan/fluorescently-labelled siRNA nanoparticles. Nuclei are stained red, and the fluorescently-labelled siRNA is stained green. The green signal indicates that the siRNA is captured in the mucous on the apical (luminal) side of the epithelium.

2017.09.13 | PhD defence

RNA-based drugs for the lung and how to overcome the mucous barrier

PhD defence, Wednesday 13 September 2017. Karen Kræmmer Schelde.

Ingo van Duijn

2017.09.12 | PhD defence

Calculating points, lines, and rectangles, how hard can it be?

PhD defence, Tuesday 12 September 2017. Ingo van Duijn.

Sofie Vej Ugelvig

2017.09.08 | PhD defence

Modeling subglacial erosion processes – the fingerprint of glaciers

PhD defence, Friday 8 September 2017. Sofie Vej Ugelvig.

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