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

Colloquium, Fri 16.11.2018 at 10 am (FYS1)
Wladek Trzaska: ALICE 25 years

Dissertation, Fri 30.11.2018 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Marton Vargyas, Jet fragmentation in two-particle correlations in Pb-Pb and in pp collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 2.76 TeV
Opponent: Prof. Roy A. Lacey, Stony Brook University, USA

Dissertation, Wed 5.12.2018 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Sampsa Vihonen, Numerical studies on neutrino oscillation physics in long baseline experiments
Opponent: Prof. Mattias Lennow, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Dissertation, Fri 7.12.2018 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Pekka Pirinen, Theoretical predictions of WIMP-nucleus and neutrino-nucleus scattering in context of dark matter direct detection
Opponent: Prof. Achim Schwenk, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

Dissertation, Wed 12.12.2018 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Michal Matusewicz, The microstructure of bentonite clay
Opponent: Dos. Paul Wersin, University of Bern, Switzerland

Dissertation, Thu 13.12.2018 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Jan Borovsky, Development of Microfluidics for Sorting of Carbon Nanotubes
Opponent: Prof. Sami Franssila, Aalto University, Finland

Farewell lecture, Fri 14.12.2018 at 13 (FYS1)
Jukka Maalampi

Dissertation, Tue 18.12.2018 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Dongkai Shao,  Experimental studies of nanocarbon hybrids with hemicellulose and avidin: Structure, conductivity and optical properties
Opponent: Prof. Patrick Wagner, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

Dissertation, Fri 22.2.2019 at 12 pm (FYS1)
Oleg Kit, TBC
Opponent: Assistant Prof. Antti Karttunen, Aalto University, Finland

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

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