Internationalisation Fellowship | 06/10/2017
Frants Havmand Jensen | How do social delphinids use sound for mediating group interactions, and how will increasing ocean noise affect these processes? In this project, postdoc Frants Havmand Jensen investigates how social toothed whales coordinate activities and behaviours and how acoustic information flow helps mediate critical social interactions to better predict effects on cetaceans as underwater noise increases.
Internationalisation Fellowship | 02/10/2017
Therese Strand | During Therese Strand's stay at Vanderbilt Law School, significant time was devoted to study the role of corporate investors and their financial objectives and legal prerequisites in a contextual landscape that is far from the Nordic business environment. During the stay, data has been collected to explore how international sources of power impact on the Nordic business community.
Internationalisation Fellowship | 17/01/2017
Jannie Linnebjerg | With recent advances in technology, it is now possible to gain unprecedented insight into seabird behaviour at sea. The aim of this study, supported by the Carlsberg Foundation, was to investigate how diving birds cope with the harsh weather and low food availability they experience during the winter.
Internationalisation Fellowship | 06/12/2016
Jonas Fogedgaard Christensen | In this paper, the author present one of the central questions in contemporary philosophy of mind: The prospects for a position known as non-reductive physicalism.
Internationalisation Fellowship | 27/07/2016
Jonas Elm | The aim of this project, which is supported by the Carlsberg Foundation, is to identify how new particles are formed at the molecular level, using quantum chemical methods.
Internationalisation Fellowships | 17/06/2016
Jacob Berg | Wind turbines convert kinetic energy of the wind into electricity. The more it blows - the more is produced. We all know, however, that the wind is rarely steady; a constant wind speed from a single wind direction rarely occurs. Instead it fluctuates in a chaotic and seemingly random way. These fluctuations are known as turbulence.
Internationalisation Fellowship | 03/06/2016
Rasmus Schøler Sørensen | As personal gene sequencing is becoming commonly available, it is now easier than ever to locate errors in the genetic code, the DNA encoding our cells at the most basic level. However, as easy as genetic errors are to diagnose, they generally remain the hardest to treat with conventional medicine.
Christos Markos | This project constitutes an efficient way of developing novel optical fibres that are able to generate and transmit light in the mid-IR range.
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