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Doctoral Thesis Defence: Monsoon Paper Dragons
Shruti Rangan Kashyap defends her doctoral thesis: Monsoon Paper Dragons: Transparency, Accountability, Risk, and Compliance in Banking Regulation and Practice
Bottom-up and top-down regulation of heterogeneous lake food webs
Simon Rosenqvist – PhD Dissertation Defence
Dissertation: Highly concentrated eletrolytes for rechargeable lithium batteries
Double Doctoral Degree collaboration between Chalmers University of Technology and Uppsala University.
CANCELLED. Defence of doctoral thesis. Thomas Claybourn: Biostratigraphy and Systematics of Small Shelly Fossils from East Antarctica and South Australia.
Thesis Defence: “Evidential marking in spoken English: Linguistic functions and gender variation”
Disputation: Luimar Nogueira Correa Filho, “Functional properties of silicon nitride based materials for joint applications”
Disputation: Luimar Nogueira Correa Filho, “Functional properties of silicon nitride based materials for joint applications”, Department of Materials Science and Engineering,div Applied materials science. Opponent: Prof. Julia Shelton.
Public defense, Guilherme Costa Baião
Date: 24 April
Location: BMC, A1:111a
Title: Genomic and transcriptomic investigation of reproductive incompatibility in Drosophila
Dissertation: Patient-reported and medical outcomes in patients with diabetic macular edema – A real-world longitudinal study
Public defense, Jaka Sočan
Date: 8 May
Location: BMC A1:111a
Title: Enzyme Cold-Adaptation Via Evolution of Protein Flexibility
Dissertation John Wallert
Public defense, Emil Marklund
Date: 15 May
Location: BMC B22
Title: Orientational dynamics of single molecules applied to protein-DNA target search
Disputation: Jenny Carlsson, "On crack dynamics in brittle heterogeneous materials", Department of materials science and engineering.
Disputation: Jenny Carlsson, "On crack dynamics in brittle heterogeneous materials", Department of materials science and engineering, div Applied mechanics. Opponent: Docent Ralf Denzer.
Disputation: Marcus Tavares da Costa, div Applied Mechanics," Mechanical characterization of thin brittle coatings on polymer films for barrier applications"
Disputation: Marcus Tavares da Costa, div Applied Mechanics," Mechanical characterization of thin brittle coatings on polymer films for barrier applications". Opponent: Prof. Christoph Kirchlechner.
Dissertation Emma Gerhardsson
Emma Gerhardsson defends her thesis "Self-efficacy in breastfeeding. A predictor of breastfeeding".
Ergonomists’ risk assessments: From guesstimates to strategic approaches
Disputation: Susanne Lewin, div Applied materials science, "Functional Aspects of Cranial Implants: Mechanical and Regenerative Properties".
Disputation: Susanne Lewin, div Applied materials science, "Functional Aspects of Cranial Implants: Mechanical and Regenerative Properties". Opponent: Prof. Harry van Lenthe.
Public defense, Jonas Kjellin
Date: 5 June
Location: Not decided
Title: All roads lead to the non-coding RNome: Evolution of multicellularity and host response to bacterial infection
Dissertation: Towards algorithmic discovery, development and individualized selection of higher-order drug combinations using label-free video microscopy and secretomics