Kommende 5 dager

31 jan.
Tid og sted: 31. jan. 2020 10:15, Lille Fysiske auditorium, Fysikkbygningen

Sigvald Marholm at the Department of Physics will give a trial lecture on the given topic:

“Challenges of large-scale kinetic plasma simulations”​

Tid og sted: 31. jan. 2020 12:00, Kristian Birkelands auditorium Fysikkbygningen

"Presenting clinical diagnostics based on the analysis of the functional magnetic resonance imaging measurements and clinical parameters of the Neoadjuvant Avastin Breast Cancer study"

Henter forslag fra Google
Tid og sted: 31. jan. 2020 13:15, Lille Fysiske auditorium, Fysikkbygningen

Doctoral candidate Sigvald Marholm at the Department Of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, is defending the thesis

The Unstructured Particle-In-Cell Method with Applications for Objects in Ionospheric Plasmas

for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.

Flere kommende arrangementer

Professor Heather Lewandowski
Tid og sted: 10. feb. 2020 12:1513:30, CCSE's seminar room Ø465, 4th floor, east

We have developed a framework to describe the modeling process in physics laboratory activities.

Professor Matthew Berland
Tid og sted: 13. feb. 2020 12:1513:30, CCSE's seminar room Ø465, 4th floor, east

The ScienceAtHome group at Aarhus University has developed a number of games and tools for quantum-physics-based citizen science and education. One of these tools, Quantum Composer, allows students and researchers to explore quantum mechanics in one dimension.

Image of Mark Guzdial and Barbara Ericson
Tid og sted: 2. mars 2020 12:1514:00, CCSE's seminar room Ø465, 4th floor, east

Computer science was originally invented as a tool to support learning in other disciplines, including engineering and economics. Today, most of computer science education is aimed at preparing future software developers. How do we broaden the appeal of and access to computer science education, to something closer to what the inventors of the field had in mind?