American Geoscience Institute is organizing a webinar “Making Produced Water More Productive” . The webinar is tomorrow (11th of December 2016) and it is not too late to register. The webinar will cover: “… scientific and regulatory background of produced water, how it is commonly disposed, what opportunities exist for the re-use of produced water, and […]
Research and procrastination are strongly related in my daily routine, so eventually I end up reading lots of articles, which are not related to my current work. My intention is to collect the interesting things I stumble upon and publish a blog post each month. Most of the things I read in March were with […]
Just few days ago, on 29th of January, I gave a presentation at the 9th Annual meeting of the Danish Water Forum (DWF). The meeting took place in one of the auditoriums of Copenhagen University. The take home message from my presentation was “There is a great potential for Danish studies focusing on the beneficial effects of […]
My PhD defence will take place on 9th of October. The address is building 1671, room 137, Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 2, 8000 Aarhus C. via Natural iodine content in drinking water in Denmark: governing factors and health implications.
Just a short update. Currently I’m interested in funding opportunities, so I’ve been reading mostly about different sources of funding. Last Tuesday (2nd of September) I attended an information meeting from the Danish Council for Independent Research (DFF) at Aarhus university, which was actually quite interesting. Especially, the Q&A part. Here I’ve prepared an infographic presenting […]
I would like to introduce myself, so I’ve decided that the best way to do this is through an infographic. I am about to submit my PhD thesis, so the main focus in this resume is on the last 3 years, while I was a PhD fellow at Aarhus University (Denmark).