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Introduction to EBC Makerspace
Welcome to our introduction to everything there is to do with us at EBC Makerspace! The course is mandatory for anyone who wants to use our 3D printers and welcomes both beginners and more experienced makers. After you've completed the course you'll know everything there is to know about what we have to offer, and have gained full access to our 3D printers.
ZOOM SEMINAR: From Big Data to Deeper Knowledge of the Human
Jan Komorowski, SCAS and Uppsala University, gives a seminar on "From Big Data to Deeper Knowledge of the Human". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Docent lecture: "What are we measuring? The importance of selectivity."
The Department of Chemistry - BMC hereby invites all interested to a docentship lecture in the subject of Chemistry with specialisation in analytical chemistry. In this lecture, selectivity, an important concept in analytical chemistry, will be presented and with a number of examples, its significance for measurement results and its interpretation will be illustrated.
Celsius-Linnaeus Lectures 2021
Warm welcome to the annual Celsius-Linnaeus Lecturers. This years Celsius-lecturer is Neil Lawrence, inaugural DeepMind Professor of Machine Learning at the University of Cambridge. and the Linnaeus-lecturer is Melanie Sanford, the Moses Gomberg Distinguished University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The lectureres will be held via zoom.