November 2017

20 November–24 November

Vibrational Spectroscopy User Licence Course 2017 (2 ECTS)

Workshop Introduction to the usage of FT-IR spectrometers and microscopes as well as a Raman microscope.

21 November at 12:00–15:00

MIMS - Minisymposium

Seminar MIMS - Minisymposium; Speakers: Ellen Bushell, Falk Hildebrand, Ignacio Mir Sanchis, Barbara Sixt, Bhupesh Prusty

21 November at 15:15–16:15

Processing of arrested forks in yeast and human cells: from replication stress to chronic inflammation

Seminar series Philippe Pasero, Institute of Human Genetics (IGH) CNRS, Montpellier, France

22 November at 10:00–12:00

Impact and Innovation - increase your success rate on submitted research grant proposals

Other A lunch seminar on Impact and Innovation - how to increase your success rate on submitted research grant proposals.

22 November–23 November

ECOCHANGE: Food Web Efficiency in future climate conditions - integrating biodiversity, production and dynamics

Conference A conference which summarized the latest research findings of climate change effects on the ecology and chemistry in the Baltic Sea, pinpointing important messages to stakeholders and decision makers in countries around the Baltic.

22 November at 13:00–14:00

Cultural diversity, racism and the importance of moral courage

Lecture Lecture by Siavosh Derakhti; organised by The Equal Opportunity Committee at KBC and the Faculty for Science and Technology Contact: Caroline Blomquist, Department of Ecology and Environmental Science

22 November at 15:00–16:00

24 November at 14:00–15:00

Studying the mammalian gut microbiome in health and disease via cultivation

Seminar series National and International Seminar Series 2017/2018, Speaker: Thomas Clavel, University Hospital Aachen, Germany

28 November–30 November

Thin Film Deposition technology (Physical Vapor Deposition), 28-30 November 2017 (1.5 ECTS)

Course/education Course Instructor: Roushdey Salh, Department of Physics, Umeå University

28 November at 12:00–13:00

Brexit, bombs and Boris – life as a British Ambassador in 2017

Lecture A unique opportunity to attend an open lecture by the British Ambassador to Sweden, David Cairns.

December 2017

5 December at 13:00–14:00

Economy for researchers in EU projects

Seminar On this occasion, we want to give researchers the opportunity to ask questions about budgeting and financial reporting in different types of EU projects. We will inform what support researchers can get from Grants office when making applications, but also when projects are running.

8 December at 09:00

Lisa Wirebrand - Molecular Biology

Dissertation Global regulatory factors that impact metabolic and lifestyle choices in Pseudomonas putida.

8 December at 09:00

Eleonora Borén - Energy technology with a focus on thermal process chemistry

Dissertation Off-gassing from thermally treated lignocellulosic biomass.

9 December at 09:00–14:00

International Symposium on Cryo-EM – past and future challenges

Conference Celebrating the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017 at the Arrhenius Laboratory, Stockholm University, December 9, 2017

15 December at 09:30

Dagmar D. Egelkraut - Ecology

Dissertation Long-lasting ecological legacies of reindeer on tundra vegetation.

January 2018

11 January

February 2018

13 February–15 February

Introduction to Linux

Course/education Course "Introduction to Linux" organised by NBIS and Elixir

23 February at 09:00

Kristin Blum - Analytical Chemistryi

Dissertation Global regulatory factors that impact metabolic and lifestyle choices in Pseudomonas putida.

28 February at 09:30–15:00

Öppet Hus på Umeå universitet

Other En dag då man får veta mer om våra utbilningar och se vårt campus.

March 2018

2 March at 10:00

Cathrin Veenaas - Computational Science and Engineering with specialisation in Chemistry

Dissertation Developing tools for non-target analysis and digital archiving of organic urban water pollutants.

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