Interesting links

Last changed: 10 May 2016

Here, we have collected interesting links for the members of the research school.

Doctoral School of Earth Sciences and Ecology

The scool works to improve the efficiency of doctoral studies in environmental sciences, to raise the quality of supervision of Ph.D students, to increase innovation by means of national and international interdisciplinary co operation and to enhance the quality and capacity of competitive research and development in natural science by promoting joint activities of univesities.

Svenskt Vatten - The Swedish Water & Wastewater Association, SWWA

The Swedish Water & Wastewater Association was set up by the municipalities in 1962 to assist with technical, economic and administrative issues and to represent the interests of the municipalities in negotiations with authorities and other organisations on regulations etc. Sign up for information here.

Research Schools at SLU

List of Research Schools and courses organized.

SoilSoc - Nordic network on Soils & Society

The SoilSoc network brings together teachers, students and researchers on the multidisciplinary field of soil sciences. SoilSoc is one of the subject networks under NOVA University Network, a collaboration platform of the agricultural, forestry and veterinary universities and faculties in all the five Nordic countries.

Research School for Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment (SENSE, the Netherlands)

SENSE organises courses and meetings for PhD students and researchers from both SENSE partners and outside of SENSE. The research focuses on both the natural sciences and socio-economic fields of environmental research.

VALUE - Doctoral School in Integrated Catchment and Water Resources Management (Finland)

VALUE provides the frameworks for improved cooperation between social sciences and water related technical and ecological sciences as well as for their joint graduate education.

Eawag, Institute for aquatic research (Switzerland)

Eawag is among the world’s leading aquatic research institutes. Its strengths and successes are based on a long-established portfolio of activities – research, education and consulting & knowledge transfer.

Carbon Dynamics in Managed Terrestrial Ecosystems, with implications for climate change mitigation (4 ECTS)

The EU is committed to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, the targets include reducing emissions, substituting fossil fuels with renewable energy, and increasing the use of wood materials in construction. This will have the major effects on the dynamics of carbon in the forest ecosystems, with major challenges to needs to sequestrate and retain carbon in ecosystems when producing timber and energy biomass. Carbon and energy input calculations are, therefore, important to evaluate the contribution of forests and energy biomass in reducing emissions and storing of carbon.  

The International Research School in Water Resources

The International Research School in Water Resources is a partnership between 9 universities, government and private research institutes in Denmark. The objective is to strengthen and coordinate the research education in Denmark within water resources and to establish a scientific forum for exchange of knowledge and research results.

SLU career

SLU career gate

SLU career website and career gate are designed to help SLU students and alumni find employment. Here, you can find tips and tools that will hopefully make your transition from studies to working life go more smoothly.

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