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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.
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.
Did you know that over 200 varieties of apples are grown in Sweden? Get to know a good quarter of them at the apple exhibition at Linnaeus' Hammarby. Find out which apples you have in your garden.
Peter No-Tail's Bike Day
Fun and games, road sense education, bike race and other activities. In Swedish. Enter in advance. See www.pellescykeldag.se
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.
Online: Additive manufacturing: challenges and opportunities for business models
Additive manufacturing is changing how we design, manufacture and use both existing and new products. In order to benefit from this new technology, we need to have a complete understanding of its potential, including the ones related to business modelling.
ZOOM SEMINAR: Knowledge and Curriculum in the Changing Landscapes of Higher Education
A seminar on the topic "Knowledge and Curriculum in the Changing Landscapes of Higher Education". The talk will be followed by Q&As. For more information and the zoom invitation, please see www.swedishcollegium.se.
Webinar: LinkedIn - maximize your profile
How can you optimize LinkedIn for your professional development?
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.
Online Roundtable Discussion "Russian Politics after the Nationwide Vote: An Analysis of the Regional Elections of September 13, 2020"
Introduction to 3D-printing at Ångström Makerspace
Welcome to a makerspace-evening for both the new and experienced maker. This evening will introduce you to 3D-printing. After completed course you will have a 3D-printing licence and full access to the printers.
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