PhD seminars, fall 2019

Once a week – usually on Wednesdays at 12:00 - the PhD students meet at a lunch seminar to present their work to each other. The PhD seminar is an informal forum where presentations are made of very preliminary and incomplete papers as well as of more complete papers. The format may vary. Usually the presenter has 30-35 minutes and the discussant 10 minutes with the seminar starting 12:15. Alternatively the seminar starts at 12:00 and the presenter has 45 min for the talk and the discussant 10 min. In other cases the seminars are organized as double headers, where two PhD students do 30 min presentations without discussion.

It is expected that all PhD students (external and internal students and visitors) attend the seminars. 

The seminars are held in the seminar room CSS 26.2.21. The preliminary plan looks like this:

 

Date

Presentation

Discussion

 4/9

Kasper Brandt

Bjørn Bjørnsson Meyer

11/9




Newcomers' session (Hanna Berkel, Emil Chrisander, Lars Harhoff Andersen, Emil Holst Partsch, Mathilde Lund Holm, Kristian U.O. Larsen, Malene C. Fuglsang, Joachim K. Rasmussen)

 

18/9

Janek Bligaard Eskildsen (45 min)

August Emil Twile-Nielsen

 25/9

Gustav Agneman

Helge Zille

 2/10

Rasmus Bisgaard Larsen (45 min)

Rasmus Kehlet Berg

 9/10

Bjørn B. Meyer/Patrick K. Mogensen (45 min)

Nikolaj Nielsen

16/10

Fall break

 

 23/10

Esben Scriver Andersen

Janek Bligaard Eskildsen

 30/10

Nikolaj Nielsen

Esben Scriver Andersen

   6/11

Esther Chevrot

Gustav Agneman

 13/11

Mia Renee Herløv Jørgensen

Katrine Marie Tofthøj Jakobsen

 20/11

Planning of next semester’s PhD seminars

 

 27/11

Katrine Marie Tofthøj Jakobsen (45 min)



Mia Renee Herløv Jørgensen

  4/12

Anna Kollerup Iversen


Ida Lykke Kristiansen

 11/12 

Rasmus Bisgaard Larsen (45 min)

??

18/12



Peter Eibye Bache, Thais Lærkholm
Jensen and Nick Fabrin Nielsen (60 min)