Upcoming Dissertations

May 2016

31 May at 09:00

Jesper Lindkvist - Experimental Physics

Dissertation Plasma Interactions with Icy Bodies in the Solar System.

June 2016

1 June at 10:00

Nicolas Boulanger - Physics

Dissertation Carbon nanotubes and graphene polymer composites for opto-electronic applications.

1 June at 14:00

Joan Stude - Experimental Physics

Dissertation Advanced plasma analyxer for measurements in the magnetosphere of Jupiter.

2 June at 09:00–12:00

Ryan Wagner - Global health

Dissertation The burden of epilepsy: Using population-based data to define the burden and model a cost-effective intervention for the treatment of epilepsy in rural South Africa

2 June at 09:00–12:00

Lars Berglund - physiotherapy

Dissertation Deadlift training for patients with mechanical low back pain. A comparison of the effects of a high-load lifting exercise and individualized low-load motor control exercises.

2 June at 13:00

Jenny Sullivan Hellgren - educational work, natural science

Dissertation Students as scientists - a study of motivation in the science classroom.

3 June at 09:00–12:00

Karin Nilsson - nursing

Dissertation Adherence to Venous Blood Specimen Collection Practice Guidelines Among Nursing Students and Healthcare Staff.

3 June at 09:00–12:00

Maria Garoff

Dissertation Carotid calcifications in panoramic radiographs in relation to carotid stenosis.

3 June at 13:00–16:00

Anna Bråndal

Dissertation Rehabilitation after stroke with focus on early supported discharge and post-stroke fatigue.

3 June at 13:00

Aleksandra Rybacka - Environmental Chemistry

Dissertation A step forward in using QSARs for regulatory hazard and exposure assessment of chemicals.

3 June at 14:00

Hélène Barthelemy - Ecology

Dissertation Herbivores influence nutrient cycling and plant nutrient uptake: Insights from tundra ecosystems.

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