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The GSST secretariat offices are physically closed

Due to the coronavirus situation, the offices of the GSST secretariat in Ny Munkegade are physically closed from 12 March 2020 and – until further notice – to 13 April 2020.

All PhD partners are working from home, so PhD students and supervisors are encouraged to contact their relevant PhD partner by e-mail if they have any questions or concerns regarding PhD studies that need to be addressed.

Please use the contact boxes on our 'Contact us' page to find the relevant PhD partner for your situation.

We have started to collect answers to the most common PhD-related questions in this corona FAQ.

Please take a look at this page before contacting your PhD partner.

Updated 25 March 2020 at 13:05


2020.03.09 | Events, PhD students

Tax seminar for PhD and researchers at AU

Meet the Danish tax agency and ask all your questions about your specific tax scheme as a researcher and other related topics for PhD students in Denmark. The event takes place on 12 March 2020 from 16:00-18:00 at Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2, 8000 Aarhus. Remember to sign up!

Three Minute Thesis

2020.03.09 | Events, PhD students

CANCELLED: Three Minute Thesis Competition 2020

The 3MT competition 2020 will take place Tuesday 17 March 16.00-18.30 in Stakladen at Aarhus University. In 3MT, PhD students present their research project in three minutes for an audience of non-specialists with only one static slide – and no other resources. Come and cheer on your fellow PhD students - it is free to be part of the audience!

So what are your core strengths?

2020.03.09 | Events, Talent development

So what are your core strengths?

This is a targeted workshop on 11 March 2020 for Natural Sciences/Technical Sciences/Health PhDs & JRs. In this workshop, you will work on identifying your competences and career options through competency mapping.

Photo: Colourbox

2020.02.28 | News from the management, Staff

Information about the Coronavirus for AU Staff and Students

Aarhus University is monitoring the situation closely and encourages everyone to comply with the recommendations of the relevant government authorities. In this news item, AU provides general answers to some of the most common staff and student questions about the coronavirus.

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David Nagy

2020.04.06 | PhD defence

Soil worms cause fast transport of water and nitrogen to field drainage systems.

PhD defence, Monday 6 April 2020. David Nagy.

Thuy Jane Dinh Nguyen

2020.04.03 | PhD defence

POSTPONED: Flipping the switch on protein production

PhD defence, Friday 3 April 2020, Thuy Jane Dinh Nguyen.

Alessandra Zarantonello

2020.04.03 | PhD defence

Activation of the classical pathway and its inhibition with a novel nanobody targeting the proconvertase

PhD defence, Friday 3 April 2020. Alessandra Zarantonello.

Abrha Teklay Abay

2020.04.03 | PhD defence

Does climate change really benefit Danish agriculture?

PhD defence, Friday, 3 April 2020, Abrha Teklay Abay.

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Tue 31 Mar
13:00-15:00 | Will be held online
Qualifying exam
PhD student Martin Ernst Bidlingmaier, Department of Computer Science
Fri 03 Apr
10:00-12:00 | Will be held online
Qualifying exam: Structure search with the joint interpretation of mass and infrared spectra
PhD student Zeyuan Tang, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Fri 03 Apr
10:00-13:00 | Will be held online
PhD defence: The Economic Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture and Farmers’ Response Behavior
PhD student Abrha Teklay Abay, Department of Environmental Science
Fri 03 Apr
12:15-14:15 | Will be held online
PhD defence: Investigating the Classical Pathway of the Complement System: Activation and Inhibition
PhD student Alessandra Zarantonello, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics

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