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Resource Recovery

The doctoral programme includes a course component with the aim to, among other things, give a general introduction to research and science, in-depth knowledge of the subject, method knowledge and skills which are beneficial to the thesis work or serve as a preparation for the continued research career.

Mandatory courses for the Resource Recovery doctoral degree

Overview of mandatory courses for the Resource Recovery doctoral degree (pdf)

Courses offered

For registration, contact Jonas Edberg

Planned third-cycle courses:

Fall semester 2016

Resource Recovery, 5 credits. Examiner: Anita Pettersson
(September - October)

Bioreactor Hydrodynamics and Gas-Liquid Mass Transfer, 5 credits. Examiner: Mohammad Taherzadeh
(November - March)

Research seminar, 1 credit. Examiner: Päivi Ylitervo
(continuous admission)

Spring semester 2017

Methanogenesis, 5 credits. Examiner: Mohammad Taherzadeh
(January - February)

Research seminar, 1 credit. Examiner: Päivi Ylitervo
(continuous admission)

Applied Statistical Design of Experiment, 7,5 credits. Examiner: Magnus Lundin
(starts in February)


Other third-cycle courses:

Advanced mathematics 1, 5 credits. Examiner: Dragu Atanasiu

Advanced mathematics 2, 5 credits. Examiner: Dragu Atanasiu

Advanced molecular modelling, 5 credits. Examiner: Kim Bolton

Biomass Recalcitrance, 5 credits. Examiner: Mohammad Taherzadeh

Bioplastics and Biocomposites, 5 credits. Examiner: Mikael Skrifvars

Combustion technology, 5 credits. Examiner: Tobias Richards

Fungal Biotechnology, 5 credits. Examiner: Mohammad Taherzadeh

Introduction to molecular modelling, 10 credits. Examiner: Kim Bolton

Membrane Bioreactors, 5 credits. Examiner: Mohammad Taherzadeh

Thermodynamics, advanced, 5 credits. Examiner: Peter Ahlström

Thermodynamics, specialisation, 2,5 credits. Examiner: Peter Ahlström

Second-cycle courses:

In some cases a doctoral student can attend a second-cycle course and transfer the credits into his or her doctoral studies. See the overview of planned courses (pdf) of the MSc in Resource Recovery and discuss with your supervisor if any of the courses could fit into your study plan. Contact Jonas Edberg in order to register for the course, or if you have further questions.

Valuation of a course

There may be times when a doctoral student performance needs to be adjusted in relation to the current research topic. It is the examiner of the doctoral student who evaluates how many credits a doctoral student should obtain from a finished course.