The Agora Materiae Graduate School for PhD students working in the research field of novel functional materials, including both hard and soft materials, was initiated in January 2012. Today Agora Materiae has almost 50 members, from the three departments IFM, ITN and IEI. In year 2014, 7 PhD theses and 4 licentiate theses of Agora members were presented and defended.
Agora Materiae provides financial support from AFM, which manages larger investments in research and infrastructure, based on the strategic support from the Swedish government for materials science. The Graduate School is dedicated to offer graduate studies in a true multi-disciplinary environment.
The dates and information about the schedule for the seminars of 2017 can be found here (last update 11/01/2017).
Wednesday April 12 at 15:15-17:00 in Planck, Campus Valla in Linköping.
April 12 (Planck)
First Session Chair: Claudia Schnitter
Speaker 1: Pimin Zhang
Speaker 2: Igor Mosyagin
Second Session Chair: Hama Nadhom
Speaker 3: Jesper Edberg
Invited Speaker: Jr-Tai Chen
Cake responsible: Mina Shiran Chaharsoughi, Hongling Yu
Publications by Agora Materiae members
Joining Agora Materiae
For those interested in joining Agora Materiae, please send an e-mail to Per Olof Holtz and Karina Malmström by clicking here. The e-mail, which should be sent by both the PhD student and his/her supervisor, should include the name of the PhD student and his/her supervisor, the institution and group to which they belong to, as well as their e-mail addresses.
Study Visit of Spring 2017:
We will go to Kiruna in the north of Sweden on 29-31 May. More info will follow, but save the date!.
Krishna Praveen Jonnalagadda, Engineering Materials, 10/03/2017
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Agora Materia Calendar
A Google Calendar has been created which will be updated with all Agora Materiae related events. It can be accessed here.
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Last updated: Thu Mar 23 09:22:59 CET 2017