Tommi Bergman defends his PhD thesis “Development and Validation of Climate Models: Towards a More Detailed Aerosol Description“ in Tietoteknia building (Savilahdentie 6, Kuopio) of the University of Eastern Finland in the auditorium TTA on Friday December 4th at 12:00 o’clock noon. The opponent is Dr. Claudia Timmreck from Max Planck Institute for Meteorology.
María Isabel Casas will on 6th May be defending her PhD Thesis in the conference room located in Rightmire Hall room 102 .We wish her all her best
defending my PhD thesis tomorrow, wish me luck ! - Imgur
Ella-Maria Kyrö will defend her PhD thesis "Aerosol processes in Polar regions - from the formation to climatic implications" in Physicum auditorium E204 on Friday 13 June, at 12 o'clock.
In 1996, I was an Erasmus student at the University of Jyväskylä in Finland, coming from the University of Porto in Portugal. In 1997, I moved to Sao Paulo in Brazil to establish a subsidiary for a Finnish multinational. In 1999, I returned to the University of Jyväskylä to make a PhD on eleven Finnish multinationals in Portugal. In 2004, I defended my PhD thesis and the jury from the University of Uppsala in Sweden praised the methodological chapter as their favourite. In the same year, I started teaching methodology at the University of Vaasa in Finland and in national courses of Kataja, the Finnish doctoral program of business studies.
On November 26, 15.45, Aula VU University, Daniel Napier will defend his PhD thesis entitled "From the Circular Soul to the Cracked Self: A Genetic Historiography of Augustine's Anthropology from Cassiciacum to the Confessiones" in the Faculty of Theology of the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. In his dissertation, From the Circular Soul to the Cracked Self, Daniel Napier produces a genetic account of Augustine of Hippo’s conceptions of the human person and the philosophical resources he called upon to construct In sum, designing and defending a PhD thesis requires a new approach to research design which is available at and applies to any field of knowledge. This new approach helps PhD candidates overcome research, philosophical, and methodological ambiguity with 21 decisions. The result is a focused research design that reduces the uncertainty of a PhD and the risk of not completing it.Kimmo Neitola defends his PhD thesis "Experimental studies on nucleation and new particle formation" 30th October at 12:00 in Brainstorm auditorium, Dynamicum (Erik Palmenin aukio 1). The opponent is prof. Jim Smith from the University of California, Irvine.