BB3470 Research Presentation in Theoretical Chemistry and Biology 3.0 credits

Forskningspresentation i teoretisk kemi och biologi

  • Education cycle

    Third cycle
  • Main field of study

  • Grading scale

Course offerings

Autumn 18 for programme students

  • Periods

    Autumn 18 P1 (1.5 credits), P2 (1.5 credits)

  • Application code

    51415

  • Start date

    27/08/2018

  • End date

    14/01/2019

  • Language of instruction

    English

  • Campus

    AlbaNova

  • Tutoring time

    Daytime

  • Form of study

    Normal

  • Number of places *

    Max. 50

    *) If there are more applicants than number of places selection will be made.

  • Teacher

    Haichun Liu <haichun@kth.se>

Information for research students about course offerings

Every semester

Intended learning outcomes

In this course the students should present results from their own research. By presenting background, results, and questioning the material the students learn critical thinking towards research.

Course main content

Research presentation once per semester during the PhD studies. The PhD student should assemble results from studies performed during the last year. The course also includes criticism of other students’ presentations. An introduction to presentation techniques is part of the course.

Disposition

Presentations once per semester. Attending seminars of other students. Opponent of other students presentation.

Eligibility

Admission to the PhD program in theoretical chemistry

Literature

Examination

Requirements for final grade

Presentation, opposition and attendance at at least 80% of the seminars. Attendance at the introduction to presentation techniques.

Offered by

BIO/Biotechnology

Contact

Mårten Ahlquist, e-mail: ahlqui@kth.se

Examiner

Mårten Ahlquist <ahlqui@kth.se>

Supplementary information

How to apply: Cotact Mårten Ahlquist: e-mail: ahlqui@kth.se

Number of students: max 50

For whom: PhD students admitted to the doctoral program in theoretical chemistry and biology

Version

Course syllabus valid from: Autumn 2016.