Handing in your PhD thesis and additional information In relation to the submission of your dissertation please note the following matters: We will distribute the pdf to the members of the assessment committee, supervisors, department etc. Please contact the PhD partner responsible for your field. Co-author statements If any of the articles included in the dissertation were written in cooperation with others, please include co-author statements.
We will also forward the description of your project to selected media, including newspapers. We encourage you to think carefully about the description — see hints below.
Experience shows that good, informative descriptions increase the likelihood of having the defence published in the media, and the media may even contact you with a view to writing a more in-depth story. Decide on a title which is different from the title of your PhD project and a brief description of your PhD project no longer than the example shown in the next sectionas well as the other points shown in the example.
Please use the template for project description in both Danish and English located in the menu to the right. If you can provide a relevant illustration such as a photo, a drawing or a figure from your research or your project, including captions and legends, you are more than welcome to send that as well.
This increases your chances of being mentioned in the media. The description of your PhD project must be submitted in both Danish and English.
The project description will be translated within 2 weeks. Find a photo of yourself for use in the project announcement.
The photo does not have to be a traditional passport photo — a more casual or descriptive photo would be better.
A good example would be a photo showing you at work, for example bent over your books, doing fieldwork, teaching or something similar, or a photo of you in your spare time.
Please send the photo separately as an attached JPG file and not inserted in the Word document or similar. Please indicate in the e-mail whether you would like us to send the description to selected local media, for example a paper in the town where you went to school.
If you would like us to forward it to local media, please provide the relevant e-mail address es. It is a good idea to also send us a separate version or an additional comment in which you mention your association with the local area in question e.
You cannot fit it all into ten lines, so choose what is most important and simplify it. Think of your target group as the average newspaper reader, not someone from the same subject area or department.
Avoid using specialist terms and technical jargon, both in the heading and everywhere else. You can use technical terms, but only if they are sufficiently common to appear in the science sections of newspapers.
If possible, it is a good idea to give examples of how your research results have been used in practice. Ask your friends, family or partner — who do not work in your field — for feedback about your heading and the text. Analysis of proteins in connective tissue — gaining an understanding of rheumatoid diseases PhD defence, Sunday 24 December Connective tissue is special in that its cells form a strong network of highly water-binding carbohydrates and proteins located outside the cells.
The new research findings contribute to the understanding of how the connective tissue is formed and the mechanisms the body uses to counteract the breakdown of the connective tissue seen in rheumatic diseases.
Sunday 24 December at Inter-alpha-inhibitor a proteoglycan in the extracellular matrix Contact information: The PhD dissertation will be defended in English The defence is public. Additional illustration and corresponding text optional: Peter Gabriel Image of the development of rheumatoid arthritis The dark round holes are where the inflammation is in the process of breaking down the connective tissue cells, thereby developing rheumatoid arthritis.
This provided the researchers with a new tool to gain insight into the development of rheumatoid diseases.The MSc programme in Marketing qualifies students in state-of-the-art approaches to each of the following strategic marketing areas: innovation, channel management, product/market selection, pricing and profit planning, marketing research and consumer insights, customer and brand relationship, and communications management.
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About Aarhus BSS.
Aarhus BSS is a broad business school and one of the four faculties at Aarhus University. With approx. 14, full-time students, several thousand part-time students, almost PhD students and more than academic staff members, Aarhus BSS ranks among the largest business schools in Europe.
IDEA’s international network is incorporated in the MIU network and developed as part of the project. As part of our collaboration with the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at the University of Cambridge, PhD student Lars Hedemann Nielsen from the Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University, participated in a very successful and productive entrepreneurship workshop: Enterpricers .
Aarhus BSS is a broad business school and one of the four faculties at Aarhus University. With approx. 14, full-time students, several thousand part-time students, almost PhD students and more than academic staff members, Aarhus BSS ranks among the largest business schools in Europe. Aarhus BSS Graduate School offers seven PhD field programmes.
The Department of Business Development and Technology (BTECH) is part of the seventh field programme – Social Science and Business - which ensures that Aarhus BSS is able to train PhD students whose areas of research span several of or lie between the six fields.