Energy systems must be designed and implemented from a cross-disciplinary perspective, where both technical and societal aspects are considered. So says Caroline Bastholm in her study of how small electricity systems with the help of solar energy can increase availability and access to electricity.
A former student of mathematics and mathematical statistics, Ilias Thomas recently completed his PhD in Microdata Analysis. His doctoral dissertation is entitled “Automating Dosing Schedules for Parkinson’s Disease” and is about dosing schemes for patients with Parkinson’s disease.
Short films, documentaries and music put together in creative yet highly untraditional ways. These were just a few examples of what the media students had on show last week during the annual EXPO 2019.
This week, Dalarna University will welcome close to 100 international guests to its Campus Falun, all of whom will attend the ACENDIO (The Association for Common European Nursing Diagnoses, Interventions and Outcomes) Conference 2019.
Short lectures on the subject of grammar, a quiz and a special cake just for the day. Together these recognised Grammar Day, the aim of which is to raise the status of grammar and spread the message that grammar is fun!
No religious group in Sweden has been the focus of more interest than Knutby Filadelfia, which gained notoriety as a result of the 2004 murder of the then pastor's wife. For her recent thesis, Sanja Nilsson interviewed children and young people who grew up within the congregation.
Last week, Professor Emeritus Richard Tinning from the University of Queensland, Australia, was in Dalarna to visit the University, where he gave lectures and held seminars on the subject of Sport and Health Sciences.
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