Seminars, colloquia and dissertations

Bringing the knowledge to the fore is an important part of the mission. Our events include weekly Departmental Seminars, Colloquia and Dissertations. The language of the announcement is also the language of the talk. Everyone interested in the topic is warmly welcome to come listen to students and researchers present their research! 

Seminars and dissertations


Master's seminar, Fri 1.2.2019 klo 10.15 (FYS1)
Antonino Cangialosi,  

Dissertation, Fri 22.2.2019 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Oleg Kit, Nanomaterial distortions simulated effectively: the technique and its nanocarbon applications
Opponent: Assistant Prof. Antti Karttunen, Aalto University, Finland

Dissertation, Fri 1.3.2019 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Luis Cort Barrada, Time-dependent density-functional theory for strongly correlated electrons
Opponent: Prof. Stefan Kurt, Universidad de Pais Vasco, San Sebastian, Spain

Dissertation, Fri 8.3.2019 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Laetitia Canete, High precision mass measurements for nuclear astrophysics
Opponent: Prof. Christopher Wrede, Michigan State University, USA

Dissertation, Fri 22.3.2019 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Gianluca Salvioni, TBC

Dissertation, Fri 14.6.2019 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Emmi Pohjolainen, TBC

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