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Nominate Uppsala University Alumnus of the year 2020
Each year, Uppsala University awards the title of Alumnus of the Year to an alumnus who has made an outstanding contribution to their professional field, or has accomplished something else worthy of honouring.
Join in by nominating your favorite candidate!
Illustrations of bulbous plants from Olof Rudbeck the Elder’s magnificent Book of Flowers. All plants selected were cultivated in the Linnaeus Garden by Rudbeck in the 17th century.
Thesis defense Misty M Attwood
Title: Membrane-bound proteins: characterization, evolution, and functional analysis.
zoom link: https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/69895318190
Opponent is Arne Elofsson, Stockholm University, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Docent lecture: Ab initio Molecular Dynamics: New Feathers for an Old Bird
The Department of Chemistry – Ångström Laboratory hereby invite all interested to a docentship lecture in subject of Chemistry with specialization in Materials Chemistry
Dissertation: Studies of drug safety in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis
Johanna Karlsson Sundbaum defends her thesis "Studies of drug safety in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis".
Public defence: Magnetic fields of cool stars from near-infrared spectropolarimetry
Alexis Lavail defends his dissertation.
Opponent: Jeff Valenti, Space Telescope Science Institute.
UppTalk Weekly - The impact of artificial intelligence on people and society
UppTalk Weekly is a popular science seminar series via Zoom where you get to enjoy interesting conversations and interdisciplinary panel discussions with researchers from Uppsala University every Tuesday at lunch. The conversations revolve around socially relevant topics and where you as an audience have the opportunity to ask questions to our researchers.
Publish open free of charge - Online
Did you know that new agreements with the major scientific publishers (Elsevier, Wiley, Springer, Taylor & Francis and others) allows researchers at Uppsala University to publish with Open Access free of charge (i.e. no APC) in more than 10 000 journals?
CANCELLED! Chamber music concert at Musicum
THIS CONCERT IS CANCELLED. Members of the Royal Academic Orchestra performs chamber music togehter with the pianists Andreas Kreuger and Saeri Ueno.
Dissertation: Fluid Management in Haemodialysis: Studies on current practices and new methods
Jenny Stenberg defends her thesis "Fluid Management in Haemodialysis: Studies on current practices and new methods".
Library introduction for university staff- Online
Welcome to an introduction to the University Library!
We will show you how to access our resources and how you can access material that is not available at Uppsala University Library. We will tell you about our services and our support on information searching, reference management and publishing strategies.
This session is mainly for those at Campus Gamla Torget or Campus Ekonomikum.
/publish - Data Management Plans (online)
Most funding organisations require you to have a data management plan. Learn what this means for you, and how the university can help
Docentföreläsning: A Brief Tour of Aryne Chemistry
The lecture is an obligatory teaching test for those applying for admittance as docent and it should be possible for students and others with basic academic education in the relevant field to follow it. The lecture will last for 45 minutes and afterwards the audience may ask questions. The lecture will be given in English.
Docent Lecture: The hidden simplicity of scattering amplitudes in gravitational theories