PhD Courses

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PHD COURSES GIVEN BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Course Code Responsible teacher Other
Foundations and Research Streams in Industrial Engineering & Management Planned Division of Industrial Engineering and Management The division of Industrial Engineering and Management plans to start this PhD course within a year, which will be given on bi-annual basis.
Innovation from multiple theoretical perspectives Planned Division of Industrial Engineering and Management The division of Industrial Engineering and Management plans to start this PhD course within a year, which will be given on bi-annual basis.
Presenting Scientific results, 2 credits Joakim Munkhammar Offered to PhD students in the postgraduate subject Civil Engineering and Built Environment.
Project work and project management for doctoral students, 3 credits FTN0239 Nina Fowler To be given Autumn semester 2022.
Research seminar in Civil Engineering and Built Environment, 5 credits Joakim Widén Offered to PhD students in the postgraduate subject Civil Engineering and Built Environment.

PHD COURSES GIVEN BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Course Code Responsible teacher Period Next offered Other
Brain-inspired computing, 5 credits Zhibin Zhang Autumn semester, every year
Electrical characterization for thin-film technology, 5 credits FTN0252 Zhen Zhang Spring semester, every 2 years Ready to give the course every year if there are enough students.
Linear systems (example of previous course plan), 15 credits Mikael Sternad Every 2-3 years
Physics of semiconductor devices, 10 credits FTN0052 Shili Zhang Spring semester, every 2 years Spring semester 2022
Thin film technology, 5 credits Tomas Kubart Spring semester, every 2 years Spring semester 2022 In collaboration with the Division of Solar Cell Technology.
Vacuum Technology, 5 credits Tomas Nyberg Autumn semester, every 2 years Ready to give the course every year if there are enough students.

PHD COURSES GIVEN BY THE DEPARTMENT OF MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Regularly given courses

Course Code Responsible teacher Period Next offered
Biological characterisation of biomaterials, 5 credits FTN0044 Natalia Ferraz and Gemma Mestres Autumn semester, every 2 years Planned Autumn semester 2023
Continiuum mechanics (example of previous course plans), 18 credits (6+6+6) FTN0201 Kristofer Gamstedt No exact period, typically given every 3 years
Electron microscopy, 5 credits FTN0026 Klaus Leifer Spring semester, every year Spring semester 2022
Fracture Mechanics, 5 credits FTN0298 Mahmoud Mosavi Spring semester Spring semester 2022
Optical characterization of thin films, 5 credits

FTN0032

Carl Hägglund Spring semester 2022
Scientific writing, 2 credits FTN0030 Bengt Lundberg and Kristofer Gamstedt Spring and autumn semester, every 1-2 years Spring semester 2022
Solar cell technology (example of previous course plan), 5 credits FTN0178 Natalia Martin Planned 2023
Solid State Physics, 5 credits Tomas Edvinsson Every 2 years Compulsory course for the PhD students at the Divsion of Solid State Physics

Writing and Reviewing in Biomedical and Life Science Engineering, 1,5 or 3 credits

Sofia Johansson The course is given continuously and new students are admitted twice a year.

Courses given on demand

Course Code Responsible teacher
3D-printing for biomedical materials, 3 credits FTN0104 Wei Xia
Acoustics in microfluidic systems, 3.5 credits FTN0189 Maria Tenje
Biomaterials synthesis and characterization (example of previous course plan), 4 credits Cecilia Persson
Bone as a functional tissue (example of previous course plan), 5 credits Caroline Öhman Mägi
Introduction to Bio-MEMS, 5 credits FTN0027 Maria Tenje
Nanostructural biomaterials and thier applications, 5 credits Wei Xia
Practical statistics (example of previous course plan), 5 credits Cecilia Persson
Review article writing, 2.5 credits FTN0192 Maria Tenje
Review article writing, 5 credits FTN0193 Maria Tenje
X-ray micro computed tomography, 5 credits Caroline Öhman Mägi

FACULTY-WIDE PHD COURSES GIVEN BY THE TEKNAT FACULTY

Faculty-wide PhD-level courses shared by all the departments within the TekNat Faculty are aimed at PhD students within several subjects and specialisations: see the current offerings at TekNat Faculty-wide PhD-level Courses

Courses usually taken by the PhD students from the Section of Technology

Link to internal document with information about courses usually taken by the PhD students from the Section of Technology. This includes PhD and master level courses given by Uppsala University and other higher education institutions. The document is only accessible to those employed within the section of technology.

Last modified: 2022-06-20