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Fri 09 Apr
13:15-16:00 | The PhD defence will be held online
PhD defence: Structural Characterization of Calcium Alumino-Silicate Hydrate (C-A-S-H) Phases by Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy
PhD student Sheng-Yu Yang, iNANO
Wed 07 Apr
13:15-15:15 | Will be held online
PhD defence: Advancing Polycrystalline Experimental X-ray Diffraction - Vacuum powder diffraction and XFEL method development
PhD student Bjarke Svane, Department of Chemistry
Fri 26 Mar
13:15-16:00 | The PhD defence will be held online
PhD defence: Synthesis, structure and properties of magnetic ferrites – In situ and ex situ powder diffraction studies
PhD student Jennifer Hoelscher, iNANO
Fri 26 Mar
13:15-16:00 | The PhD defence will be held online
Absolute Scale Modelling of SAXS Data From Self-Assembled Systems
PhD student Henriette Gavlshøj Mortensen, iNANO
Fri 26 Mar
13:15-15:00 | Will be held online
Qualifying exam: Synthesis of Iridium-Pincer Catalysts and Their Application in Alkane Dehydrogenation and Gas-Cylinder Free Access to Transition-Metal Complexes Requiring Gaseous Reagents
PhD student Hongwei Sun, iNANO
Fri 26 Mar
09:15-11:00 | Will be held online
Qualifying exam: A Surface Science Study of the Methanol ZnO-Cu/Al2O3
PhD student Mathias Hans Ripka Mammen, iNANO
Thu 25 Mar
13:30-15:30 | Will be held online
Qualifying exam: Macroscale perspectives on past, present, and potential future European megafauna and their ecological impacts
PhD student Marco Davoli, Department of Biology
Thu 25 Mar
10:00-12:00 | Will be held online
Qualifying exam: How to fold when it is cold: A biophysical study of psychrophilic enzymes & Modified oligomers and ex vivo aggregation kinetics
PhD student Jan Stanislaw Nowak, iNANO
Wed 24 Mar
08:38-08:38 | Will be held online
PhD defence: Stereoselective Bioconjugations through Asymmetric Oxidative Organocatalysis
PhD student Henriette Natorp Tobiesen, Department of Chemistry
Mon 22 Mar
14:15-16:15 | Will be held online
Qualifying exam: Understanding the activity of ionophores using molecular probes
PhD student Jaime Moyano Villameriel, Department of Chemistry
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