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Public defence, Mayank Mahajan
Evolution of cellular complexity and other remarkable features in Gemmataceae: Complex bacterial lineages defy prokaryotic trends
Disputation: Man Song, “Graphene Based Inks for Printed Electronics”
Disputation: Man Song, div Solid State Electronics, “Graphene Based Inks for Printed Electronics”. Opponent: PhD Anwar Ahniyaz, RISE.
Disputation: Yuanyuan Han, ”Biosensing platforms using graphene based bioreactive nanostructures with various dimensions”,
Yuanyuan Han, Department of Applied Material Science, ”Biosensing platforms using graphene based bioreactive nanostructures with various dimensions”,Opponent: Dr. Rabah Boukherroub, Université de Lille, France.
Doctoral thesis defence: Optimal adaptive designs and adaptive randomization techniques for clinical trials
Adherence to drug treatment and interpretation of treatment effects
The overall aim of this thesis was to investigate factors with relevance to adherence, to estimate treatment effects with the time-based Delay of Event (DoE) measure in anticoagulant preventive treatments, and to explore how lay people responded to the DoE measure, as compared with established measures, regarding treatment decisions and effect interpretation.
Moving out, moving up, becoming employed: Studies in the residential segregation and social integration of immigrants in Sweden
This thesis investigates the complex relationship between residential segregation and social integration. The dominant discourse in Sweden and Europe sees residential segregation as hindering socioeconomic and cultural integration, creating parallel societies and even threatening the social cohesion of European societies.
Asthma and Sleep Disturbances: Associations to Comorbidities and Asthma Control
This thesis aimed to investigate the associations between asthma control, asthma-related comorbidity, and sleep. Insomnia symptoms with asthma are common, and have commonly been explained by poor asthma control and asthma symptoms during the night, which affect most asthmatics to some degree.
Pharmacometric Models to Improve the Treatment and Development of Drugs against Tuberculosis
The aim of this thesis was to develop pharmacometric models to optimise the development and use of current and future drugs for treating tuberculosis.
Joshua Juvrud – PhD Dissertation Defence
The perception of actions and interactions: And the importance of context
The present thesis took a developmental and individual differences approach to understanding action perception and processing in infancy. The overarching aim was to understand the development of action perception and how individual differences contribute to the perception and processing of actions.
Structural Studies of Mn-X (X=Al, Bi): Permanent Magnetic Materials without Rare Earth Metals
How to generate and use electricity in a more efficient way is a major challenge for humankind. In this context, permanent magnets play an important role within a very broad range of electric power applications. The strongest magnets used today are mainly based on alloys that contain rare-earth metals, which are neither economical nor sustainable.
Dissertation: Structural Studies of Mn-X (X=Al, Bi): Permanent Magnetic Materials without Rare Earth Metals
Working Life Among First-Line Managers and Their Subordinates in Elderly Care: an Empowerment Perspective
The aim of this thesis was to study the working life of first-line managers and their subordinates in elderly care from an empowerment perspective.
Learning based segmentation and generation methods for handwritten document images
Computerized analysis of handwritten documents is an active research area in image analysis and computer vision. The goal is to create tools that can be available for use at university libraries and for researchers in the humanities. Working with large collections of handwritten documents is very time consuming and many old books and letters remain unread for centuries.
Measuring Pregnancy Planning and the Effect of Childhood Abuse on Reproductive Health
The London Measure of Unplanned Pregnancy (LMUP) and the Swedish Pregnancy Planning Scale (SPPS) are two measurements of pregnancy planning. Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and childhood abuse are stressful events that have been suggested to have both short- and long-term effects.
Change Point Detection with Applications to Wireless Sensor Networks
In this thesis work we develop a new algorithm for detecting joint changes in statistical behavior of multiple, simultaneously recorded, signals. Such signal analysis is commonly known as multivariate change point (CP) detection (CPD) and is of interest in many scientific and engineering applications.
Disputation: Markus Eriksson, "Change Point Detection with Applications to Wireless Sensor Networks".
Markus Eriksson, div. Signals and systems, "Change Point Detection with Applications to
Wireless Sensor Networks". Opponent: Professor Idris Eckley, Department of
Mathematics and Statistics, Lancaster University, UK.
Public defence, Asgeir Astvaldsson
Pathogenesis and Cell Biology of the Salmon Parasite Spironucleus salmonicida
In this thesis, the S. salmonicida genome was sequenced and compared to the genome of its diplomonad relative, the mammalian pathogen G. intestinalis (Paper I). Our analyses revealed large genomic differences between the two parasites that collectively suggests that S. salmonicida is more capable of adapting to different environments.
Dissertation: Probing Catalytic Reaction Mechanisms of Biomimetic Diiron Complexes through Time-resolved Absorption Spectroscopy
Wind Turbine Sound in Cold Climates
The increase in the number of wind turbines (WTs) in populated areas in cold climates increases the number of people potentially being affected by WT sound. Outdoor sound propagation is strongly dependent on meteorological conditions, however, limitations in the knowledge exist regarding the implications of meteorological conditions in cold climates.
Disputation: Maria Angeliki Chatzigiannakou "Offshore deployments of marine energy converters”.
Maria Angeliki Chatzigiannakou, "Offshore deployments of marine energy converters”, Opponent: Tony Lewis, University College Cork, Irland.
Coercion and its Effects: Evidence from the Israel-Palestine Conflict
This dissertation studies the efficacy and effects of coercive policies in the context of the Israel-Palestine conflict. The four composite essays investigate the impact of Israel’s practice of house demolition and construction of a separation barrier on Palestinians’ conflict preferences and use of violence, as well as the broader consequences of these policies for Palestinian communities.
Disputation: Zhen Qiu, "Transition Metal-Based Electrocatalysts for Alkaline Water Splitting and CO2 Reduction".
Zhen Qiu, "Transition Metal-Based Electrocatalysts for Alkaline Water Splitting and CO2 Reduction".Opponent: Professor Kevin Sivula, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne,
Disputation: Mohd Nasir Ayob, ”Adaption of wave power plants to regions with high tides”.
Mohd Nasir Ayob, ”Adaption of wave power plants to regions with high tides”. Opponent: Professor Ian Masters, UK.
Disputation: Xi Chen, ”Silicon Nanowire Field-Effect Devices as Low Noise Sensors”
Xi Chen, Div. Solid state electronics,”Silicon Nanowire Field-Effect Devices as Low Noise Sensors”. Opponent: Professor Fengnian Xia, Yale University, USA.
Disputation: Maria Vall, ”Development of nanoporous inorganic carbonates for pharmaceutical and enviromental applications”.
Disputation: Maria Vall, division of nanotechnology and functional materials, ”Development of nanoporous inorganic carbonates for pharmaceutical and enviromental applications”. Opponent: Prof. Jessica Rosenholm, Åbo Akademi.
Doctoral thesis defence: Constructions in higher-dimensional Auslander-Reiten theory
Opponent: Petter Andreas Bergh from NTNU (Trondheim)
Thesis Defence: Emelie Gauffin
Long-term consequences after severe burn injury
Dissertation defense Mudassir Imran Mustafa on June 10, 2019
Mudassir Imran Mustafa U-CARE co-worker and joint PhD student at the Department of Informatics and Media, and Department of Women's and Children's health Uppsala University, is defending his dissertation "Sustaining the Usefulness of eHealth Research Software - Lessons Learned in Action Design Research" on June 10 13:00 at Ekonomikum Hörsal 2, Kyrkogårdsgatan 10, 751 20 Uppsala.
Disputation: Jie Zhao, "Solution-Processable Conductive Graphene-Based for Flexible Electronics".
Disputation: Jie Zhao, "Solution-Processable Conductive Graphene-Based for Flexible Electronics". Opponent: Professor Matti Mäntysalo, Tampere University of Technology.
Disputation: Frida Rångtell
If only I could sleep – maybe, I could remember
From Oral to Written: A Textlinguistic Study on Wakhi Narratives
Disputation: Lukas Jablonka, division: Solid state electronics, "Contacts and Interconnects for Germanium-based Monolithic 3D integrated Circuits”
Disputation: Lukas Jablonka, avd Fasta tillståndets elektronik. ” Contacts and Interconnects for Germanium-based Monolithic 3D integrated Circuits”. Opponent: Fabrice Nemouchi, CEA-Leti, Frankrike.