Upcoming Dissertations

May 2015

26 May at 10:15

Emadeldeen Hassan - Computational Science and Engineering

Dissertation Topology Optimization of Antennas and Waveguide Transitions.

27 May at 13:00–16:00

Andreas Stomby - medicine

Dissertation Brain function and glucocorticoids in obesity and type 2 diabetes including effects of Lifestyle.

28 May at 10:00

Rickard Degerman - Ecology

Dissertation Response by marine food webs to climate-induced changes in temperature and inflow of allochtonous organic matter.

28 May at 13:30

Venkata Prabhakar Soudham - Chemistry

Dissertation Biochemical conversion of biomass to biofuels.

29 May at 09:00–12:00

Maria Nelson - Molecular Biology

Dissertation Host Responses to Malaria and Bacterial Co-infections.

29 May at 09:00–12:00

Mikael Brink - rheumatology

Dissertation Presence of immunological markers preceding the onset of rheumatoid artritis.

29 May at 13:00–16:00

Mona Olofsson - cardiology

Dissertation Heart failure in elderly with focus on diagnosis and prognosis.

June 2015

3 June at 09:00–12:00

Anne Wickström - neurology

Dissertation Work ability in multiple sclerosis. The impact of immunomodulating treatments and adjusted working conditions.

3 June at 10:00

Anteneh Assefa - Chemistry

Dissertation Tracing and apportioning sources of dioxins using multivariate patterns ercognition techniques.

4 June at 09:00–12:00

Lina Gyllencreutz - nursing

Dissertation To prevent without over-protecting - Children and senior Citizens injured during outdoor activitites.

4 June at 09:00

Margarida Figueiredo - Molecular Biology

Dissertation Epigenetics and targeting mechanisms in Drosophila melanogaster.

4 June at 13:00

Kristoffer Hagvall - Chemistry

Dissertation Characterization of aluminium in environmental systems using X-ray absoprtion and vibrational spectroscopy - The importance of organic matter.

5 June at 09:00–12:00

Magnus Carlsson - sports medicine

Dissertation Physiological demands of competetive elite cross-country skiing.

5 June at 10:00–13:00

Maria Joanna Niemiec - molecular biology

Dissertation Neurophils versus pathogenic fungi - through the magnifying glass of nutritional immunity.

5 June at 13:00–16:00

Johan Iraeus - Surgical and Perioperative Sciences

Dissertation Stochastic finite element simulations of real Life frontal crashes - with empahsis on chest injury mechanisms in near-side oblique loading conditions.

5 June at 13:00–15:00

James Barret – modern language literature with specialization in English

Dissertation The Ergodie Revisited: Spatiality as a governing principle of digital literature

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