Gosia Marschall’s research agenda focuses on developing understanding of how (mathematics) teachers learn and develop, both through the course of their initial teacher education and throughout their career.
Theatre and Performance Studies professor Meike Wagner at the Department of Culture and Aesthetics received the prestigious ERC Advanced Grant for her research project “Performing Citizenship. Social and Political Agency in Non-Professional Theatre Practice in Germany, France, Britain, Sweden and Switzerland (1780-1850)”. Now she wants more researchers from the humanities to apply for ERC Advanced Grants, awarded by the European Research Council.
Open access is an important issue for Stockholm University and the University Library. During this year's international Open Access Week, the library organizes lectures, a panel discussions and more on the subject.
Nikola Hajdin defended his doctoral thesis in Public International Law, entitled ”Individual Responsibility for the Crime of Aggression”, on 14 October. The external reviewer was Professor Claus Kress, from the University of Cologne, Germany.
The conversion of carbon dioxide back into fuels via electrochemistry is a very attractive alternative. - In my studies, I am developing the essential understanding of these reactions by following time-resolved transformation at the atomic and molecular level, says Sergey Koroidov.
Welcome to an international conference on "Energy Imaginaries: Public Relations and Moving Images" in Stockholm between October 21-22, hosted by professor Marina Dahlquist, Stockholm University, and professor Patrick Vonderau, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, GERMANY.