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CANCELLED! Dissertation: Forensic taphonomy in an indoor setting: Implications for estimation of the post-mortem interval
Ann-Sofie Ceciliason defends her dissertation Forensic taphonomy in an indoor setting: Implications for estimation of the post-mortem interval. The public defense is given in English.
CryptoParty: Privacy vs Profiling: a relevancy overview of search engines
Nowadays search engines (web and not) have a quite clear business case: they are either totally into privacy or not. Such case often boils down to better results vs privacy. But what does this mean from a relevancy perspective? Can privacy play a role in the search engine market? What about the often mentioned concepts "pure web" and "democratic search"?
No prior knowledge required.
CANCELLED: The Royal Academic Orchestra - Autumn serenades
Unfortunately we have to announce that Friday's concert (23/10) with the Royal Academic Orchestra is cancelled due to the Public Health Agency's new, stricter general advice in Uppsala County. The concert is planned to be moved to January 2021. More information will be announced shortly.
CANCELLED! School holiday fun - play with food
Suitable for ages 6 to 15, the Tropical Greenhouse.
Do it now! Stop procrastinating
Do you have trouble organising your studies, a hard time getting started, or a tendency to put off tasks? If so, the Student Service's “Do it now!” group is for you.
Rule by law. Migration and the abuse of power in Hungary
AI4Research: Open talk on AI for research and new results on deep regression
Open talk by Professor Thomas Schön. In the first part he will discuss and show how AI/ML can be used for research in classical areas of natural science and medicine. In the second part he will discuss a new approach to deep regression.
IRES Webinar: Academic careers and research activities. The Edited Volume: Early Ideas, Bold Plans, Unexpected Pitfalls, and Project Completion
NB! The event will be held on Zoom. To attend the event please click on the link https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/64633418424
Webinar: Ask a PhD student
How does PhD studies really work? Now is the time to ask all the questions you have about post graduate studies!
Creative AI: how will it impact on democracy, freedom and justice?
Circus' annual Symposium: Doing research together: The good, the challenging and the ugly aspects of collaborative research
Announcing Circus’ 2nd annual symposium
Webinar "Right-Wing Populism and the Normalization of Racism: Discursive Shifts, Immigration and Moral Panics in Poland after 2015"
Dissertation: Pair production of Higgs bosons in the final state with bottom quarks and τ leptons in the ATLAS experiment: Search results using LHC Run 2 data and prospect studies at the HL-LHC
Petar Bokan defends his thesis Pair production of Higgs bosons in the final state with bottom quarks and τ leptons in the ATLAS experiment: Search results using LHC Run 2 data and prospect studies at the HL-LHC. The dissertation is given in English.
Dissertation: "Olefins from carbonyls: Development of new phosphorus-based cross-coupling reactions."
Nicolas D'Imperio defends his doctoral thesis entitled "Olefins from carbonyls: Development of new phosphorus-based cross-coupling reactions".
Disputation: Mining Futures: Predictions and Uncertainty in Swedish Mineral Exploration
Tobias Olofsson is defending his doctoral thesis. The title of his thesis is: Mining Futures: Predictions and Uncertainty in Swedish Mineral Exploration. The defense takes place Friday October 30 at 1.15 pm in Humanistiska teatern, Thunbergsvägen 3C, Uppsala, and in Zoom.