20
Apr
Zoom, Alnarp

PhD Webinars in Becfor Spring 2021: Just deal with it

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Webinars with PhD students within the Becfor subject areas. Take the chance to meet other PhD students with similar subjects as your own!

Welcome to join the seminars spring 2021. The webinars will be about sharing your knowledge and ongoing projects with each other in short presentations in full group and smaller discussions in break out rooms. The purpose of the webinars is to enable PhD students from the different departments to get to know each other more and to increase your network. 
The webinars are 2 hours long with half of the time for presentations and half for break out room conversations. 
For each session you can sign up to present your ongoing studies, future projects, or your finished results. You will have 10 minutes for presenting. Feel free to screen-share a poster, a power point or a video in your talk.  
You may sign up different presentations at different webinars but don't make double registrations for the same talk (you have to choose one webinar per subject). 
If you have any questions please contact the Becfor coordinators, 
To sign up, fill in the form in this link 
 
20 April: Just deal with it  
10.00-12.00 : Moderator: David A. Agar 
Possible subjects can be:

  • Anything related to climate change
  • Subjects related to land use conflicts or multiuse with forest
  • Water management in forestry systems 

Felicia Lidman, Forest ecology and management
Is doing nothing better than doing something?
How different biomass outtakes is affecting naturally regenerated stands without management the first 30 years of the rotation period, in terms of volume production, assortments and economy.

Teresa Lopez-Andujar Fustel, Department of Forest Resource Management
Spatial optimization for managing forest edge effects to minimize the risk of wind damage in forest stands.

Atanu Kumar Das, Department of Forest Biomaterials and Technology
Multi-blade size reduction of wood for industrial processes and its influence on the forest-to-industry supply chain

 

Two other occasions are planned:

25 March: The choices we make 
Possible subjects can be:

  • How different management will give you different results in economy, products, forest types
  • Forest planning under uncertainties

 

20 May: Unexpected journeys and surprising results 
Possible subjects can be: 

  • Any subject but you started with one hypothesis and ended up with another
  • Results that overturn the belief from earlier knowledge 
Facts
Time: 2021-04-20 10:00 - 12:00
City: Alnarp
Location: Zoom
Organiser: BECFOR

Contact

Karoline SchuaEducation Administrator at the Utbildningsadministration 

Telephone: 040-415034, 0722-024790
E-mail: karoline.schua@slu.se

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