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Dissertation: Molecular Imaging of Diabetic Kidney Tissue and Binding Studies of Proinsulin C-peptide
Lina Lindfors will defend her thesis.
Opponent: Prof. Fredrik Almqvist, Umeå University.
Public defence: Core-hole Clock Spectroscopy Using Hard X-rays: Exciting States in Condensed Matter
Dissertation: Characterisation of natural dissolved organic matter with liquid chromatography and high resolution mass spectrometry
Claudia Patriarca will defend her thesis.
Opponent: Dr Norbert Hertkorn, Helmholtz Zentrum München, German Research Center for Environmental Health
Dissertation: Ergonomists’ risk assessments: From guesstimates to strategic approaches
Kristina Eliasson defends her thesis "Ergonomists’ risk assessments: From guesstimates to strategic approaches".
Disputation: Bariatric surgery as treatment of type 2 diabetes – clinical and mechanistic aspects
Petros Katsogianno defends his thesis "Bariatric surgery as treatment of type 2 diabetes – clinical and mechanistic aspects2
Dissertation: New horizons in string theory: bubble babble in search of darkness
Suvendu Giri defends his thesis New horizons in string theory: bubble babble in search of darkness. The dissertation is given in English.
Dissertation: Towards an Earlier Detection of Progressive Multiple Sclerosis using Metabolomics and Machine Learning
Stephanie Herman defends her thesis "Towards an Earlier Detection of Progressive Multiple Sclerosis using Metabolomics and Machine Learning"
Defence of doctoral thesis
David Johansson defends his thesis in Private Law.
Opponent: Professor Marcus Norrgård, university of Helsinki
Dissertation: Intellectual Property Damage and Compensation
David Johansson defends his doctoral thesis.
Dissertation: Iron, Manganese and Iridium Complexes from Models of RNR and Catalase to Water Oxidation.
Michele Bedin will defend his thesis entitled "Iron, Manganese and Iridium Complexes from Models of RNR and Catalase to Water Oxidation." Opponent: Prof. Vadim Kessler, SLU.
Public defence: Compliance with Territorial Awards: Territorial Concessions, Domestic Constraints, and International Legal Rulings
David Larsson Gebre-Medhin defends his thesis "Compliance with Territorial Awards: Territorial Concessions, Domestic Constraints, and International Legal Rulings". Faculty opponent is Stephen Gent, Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Disputation: Modeling and Forecasting of Electric Vehicle Charging, Solar Power Production, and Residential Load: Perspectives into the Future Urban and Rural Energy Systems
Mahmoud Shepero defends his PhD thesis. The defence can be attended via zoom.
Dissertation: Modelling and Simulation of Electro-catalysts for Green Energy: From Solvated Complexes to Solid-Liquid Interfaces
Jose Luis Lima de Jesus Silva defends his thesis Modelling and Simulation of Electro-catalysts for Green Energy: From Solvated Complexes to Solid-Liquid Interfaces. The dissertation is given in English.
Disputation: Demand Side Response: Exploring How and Why Users Respond to Signals Aimed at Incentivizing a Shift of Electricity Use in Time
Isak Öhrlund, doctoral student at the division of industrial engineering and management, is defending his thesis
Defence of Amelia Krzymowska
Amelia Krzymowska defends her thesis in European Law
Defence of Gustaf Almkvist
Gustaf Almkvist defends his thesis in Criminal Law