Jump to main content

SLU Alnarp

SLU Alnarp focuses on landscape architecture, horticulture, plant production and southern Swedish forestry and agriculture. Alnarp has around 900 students studying within these fields. The Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science har its base in Alnarp.

There are 184 pages tagged with Alnarp:

Disp C Lundström

Care in digital farming – from acting on to living with internkommunikation@slu.se Christina Lundström, defends her thesis “Care in digital farming – from acting on to living with”.  

Disp S Sandgrind

Genome editing of oilseed species by CRISPR/Cas9 for trait improvement internkommunikation@slu.se Sjur Sandgrind, defends his thesis “Genome editing of oilseed species by CRISPR/Cas9 for trait

Disp A Nicolaidis

Managing coupled human and natural systems (CHANS): the case of water internkommunikation@slu.se Andreas Nicolaidis Lindqvist, defends his thesis “Managing coupled human and natural systems (CHANS)

Disp J Leo

Phylogenetic studies of Elymus s.s. L. (Poaceae): plant systematics as a prerequisite for efficient conservation and utilization internkommunikation@slu.se Jonatan Leo, institutionen för

Disp Evelyn

Bolivian tomatoes: genetic diversity, quality traits and value chains internkommunikation@slu.se Evelyn Elizabeth Villanueva Gutierrez defends her thesis “Bolivian tomatoes: genetic diversity,

Seed money call for interdisciplinary research

To strengthen interdisciplinary research, Future Forests is launching a seed money call in subjects related to forest sciences and sustainable forestry development. What can you apply for? Short-term

Record year for grants for research on broadleaves and alternative silviculture

Climate change, environmental factors and multiple goals increase the demands on the Swedish forests. Several of the department's researchers now have received a record sum of research funding to

Sensola user policy

Researchers and students at SLU can be granted access to equipment in Sensola, to use in research projects and student work. A prerequisite is that the intended usage is research oriented and that

Contact Sensola

Contact us at: sensola@slu.se Or: Caroline Hägerhäll, project manager phone: 004640415015 e-mail: caroline.hagerhall@slu.se Gunnar Cerwén, researcher phone: 00467371 82 797 e-mail: gunnar.cerwen@

Environmental psychology

Research and education within the group for environmental psychology at the Department of People and Society concentrate on studies of outdoor environments in relation to well-being, quality of life

Facilities and equipment

Sensola consists of a traditional laboratory in a controlled indoor environment, which supports an innovative set of portable equipment that is used for outdoor studies. The research is oriented


The department is engaged in research projects that often involve social as well as natural sciences. Research issues include, for instance, work environments, behaviour, landscape architecture,