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Research Paper Drop-in! Individual guidance at the Library
Do you want help with searching for information, source material or data? Or do you have questions regarding citing or source criticism? The Library invites all students who wish to improve an essay or research paper to four drop-in sessions during the semester. Librarians from all subject fields will be there to help you out. We offer coffee. Welcome!
Nobel Lecture in Physics and Chemistry 2019
The 2019 Nobel Laureates in chemistry and physics visit Uppsala University and give a public lecture on the research that led to their Nobel Prize.
Christmas tunes with the Royal Academic Orchestra
The Royal Academic Orchestra invites you to a Christmas concert with sing-along and a beautiful classical Christmas repertoire, which includes music by Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker and music known from TV and movies.
Holmquist symposium 2020 in organic chemistry
The Ulla and Stig Holmquist prize in organic chemistry is awarded annually "to a researcher in the field of organic chemistry whose main work has been done in Sweden and who has done pioneering work in that discipline."
The symposium will be held in English. For programme and registration before January 15, see website.
Winter Conferment Ceremony
The Conferment Ceremony is a ceremony for all who have completed their PhDs during the year.
Computational Modeling of the Structure, Function and Dynamics of Biomolecular Systems
Celsius-Linnaeus lecturers 2020
On Thursday February 6 the doors will open for the traditional Celsius-Linnaeus lecturers. This year we welcome Prof. Zhong Lin Wang from Georgia Tech and Prof. Angela M. Gronenborn from University of Pittsburgh
Characterization of conjugated protease inhibitors
Opponent: Prof. Boris Turk
School holiday fun - potato art
Make potato prints. Create cards to send to friends and relatives. Let the tropical greenery inspire you.
Reuse or recycle? Li ion batteries and the battle for transition metals
Interrogating Diffusional Mass and Charge Transport in Catalytic Metal-Organic Frameworks
Opponent: Prof. Dr. Nicolas Plumeré, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Supervisor: Prof. Sascha Ott, Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Synthetic Molecular Chemistry.
Exploring Dye-Sensitized Mesoporous NiO Photocathodes: from Mechanism to Applications
Opponent: Prof. Fabrice Odobel, University of Nantes
Supervisors: Associate Prof. Haining Tian and Prof. Leif Hammarström, Dept. for Chemistry - Ångström Lab., Physical Chemistry
3rd Nordic Algae Symposium, NAS2020
We are pleased to welcome you to the 3rd Nordic Algae Symposium which will take place on March 4 (2020) in Uppsala, Sweden.
The workshop is jointly arranged by Uppsala University and the Nordforsk funded Center of Excellence NordAqua.
SUNRISE Sweden Stakeholder Event
The Stakeholder event will present the vision and results of SUNRISE-CSA, as well as the plans for the next steps. The audience will learn about the state-of-the-art and the prospects for the future.
Developing and evaluating analytical techniques for antibodies and antibody-drug conjugates: From verification of conjugation to stability testing
Dissertation: Highly concentrated eletrolytes for rechargeable lithium batteries
Double Doctoral Degree collaboration between Chalmers University of Technology and Uppsala University.
Docent lecture: Ab initio Molecular Dynamics: New Feathers for an Old Bird
The Department of Chemistry – Ångström Laboratory hereby invite all interested to a docentship lecture in subject of Chemistry with specialization in Materials Chemistry
EMMC-eSSENCE Multiscale Modelling Meeting 2020
If you want to have a poster, please register at the latest on Tuesday 3 June. We of course appreciate early registration, but the actual deadline for participants without posters is midnight on 6 June. The e-conference is free of charge. The Zoom platform will be used. All registered participants will receive a link to the meeting shortly before the conference.
Dissertation: Realization of Sodium-ion Batteries: From Electrode to Electrolyte Materials.
Ronnie Mogensen defends his dissertation. Opponent: Kang Xu, Adelphi Laboratory Center (ALC), Army Research Laboratory, USA. Supervisors: Reza Younesi and Daniel Brandell, Structural Chemistry, Department of Chemistry - Ångström.
Lic.thesis defence: Synthesis and Structural Chemistry of Li-rich Layered Transition Metal Oxides
Ashok Sreekumar Menon will defend his licentiate thesis titled "Synthesis and Structural Chemistry of Li-rich Layered Transition Metal Oxides".
Opponent: Prof. Paul Henry, ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, UK (who will join via Zoom due to the current circumstances).
The defence will be held in English.
A Zoom link to the seminar is coming soon.
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.
Lic.seminar: Cationic and anionic redox contributions in manganese-based cathode materials for sodium-ion batteries
Le Anh Ma will defend her licentiate thesis entitled "Cationic and anionic redox contributions in manganese-based cathode materials for sodium-ion batteries".
Opponent: Assoc. Prof. Erik Lewin. The defence will be given in English.
Let’s tackle materials challenges together!
AIMday Materials is a unique opportunity for academic researchers, companies and organisations to network, exchange knowledge, and initiate collaboration related to sustainable solutions for materials challenges.This year’s event will be held digitally. However, we are looking into the possibility of conducting informal face-to-face meetings as well.