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Doctoral education

A programme consisting of four years' full-time study and 240 credits, which leads to a doctorate. A licentiate degree consists of 120 credits and two years' full-time study. In order to be accepted for doctoral studies, you must have completed basic university education, with at least one year at second-cycle level. A doctoral student gains a deeper insight into their subject in their doctoral studies. A doctoral thesis constitutes at least 120 credits of doctoral studies (80 for a licentiate degree).


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SLU Grogrunds workshopserie – Methods in Modern Plant Breeding – Product Quality

marianne.persson@slu.se Online workshop in english, theme Product Quality Main teacher: associate Professor Ramune Kuktaite, Departement of Plant Breeding. Target groups are PhD students,

SLU Grogrunds workshopserie – Methods in Modern Plant Breeding – Plant Breeding

SLU Grogrunds workshopserie II – Methods in Modern Plant Breeding – Plant Breeding marianne.persson@slu.se Online workshop in english, theme Plant Breeding. Main teacher: associate Professor Larisa

Workshopserie om modern växtförädling fortsätter

During the fall of 2022, SLU Grogrund is arranging three digital workshops on modern methods in plant breeding. They are open to doctoral students, postdocs and researchers as well as professionals.

Dissertation Felicia Dahlgren Lidman

Natural regeneration and management of birch charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Felicia Dahlgren Lidman defends her thesis "Natural regeneration and management of birch" on October 7 2022. Silver and

Dissertation Rikard Jonsson

Strategic technology decision-making in Swedish large-scale forestry charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Rikard Jonsson defends his thesis "Strategic technology decision-making in Swedish large-scale

PhD student forestry symposium

PhD student forestry symposium - Navigating the forest landscape dimitris.athanassiadis@slu.se SILVA and ClimBEco research schools are hosting a joint symposium in Lund for PhD students who study

Diss Shamik Mazumdar

The effect of stress on plant vascular development and regeneration charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Shamik Mazumdar defends his thesis "The effect of stress on plant vascular development and regeneration

phd-LCA-course

Advances in life cycle assessment, 5 HP/ECTS agnes.soto@slu.se This course gives an in-depth orientation of LCA. It includes a broad range of LCA-related topics: the methodology, its application,

Diss Sara Sandström

Sources, composition and transport of fluvial suspended sediment and attached phosphorus in agricultural catchments : a cross-scale analysis charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Sara Sandström defends her

Statistics IV: Generalized Linear Models, 4 hp

The Ph. D. course Statistics IV: Generalized Linear Models, 4 hp hilda.edlund@slu.se The Ph. D. course Statistics IV: Generalized Linear Models, 4 hp, will be given in Uppsala. Content The course

Statistics III: Regression analysis, 4 hp

Statistics III: Regression analysis, 4hp hilda.edlund@slu.se The Ph.D. course will be given in Uppsala 10 January - 10 February 2023. Content The course will cover the following topics: • Simple

Ph. D. course Statistics I

Statistics I: Basic statistics, 4 hp hilda.edlund@slu.se The Ph.D. course will be given in Uppsala 3- 28 October 2022. Prerequisites: None Objective: The objective of the course is to give an

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