Courses and graduate schools
Introduction course for PhD students (0.5 credits)
This course is compulsory for all research students at the Faculty of Science and covers information about general terms of employment, insurance etc.
- Course date: 25 April 2019 (09.15–15.45).
- Application is now closed. The deadline was 19 April.
- Course information with schedule (PDF, 207 kB, new window)
Scientific Writing - How to structure and publish a scientific paper (1.5 credits)
The 3-day course deals with the structure and language of scientific papers and the format of figures, tables and citations. The course gives insights into the publishing process, the role of reviewers and editors, and how open access works. Ethical issues surrounding publishing are also addressed.
- Course dates: 6-8 May 2019 (09.15–16.00 all three days).
- Application is now closed, the deadline was 5 April.
- Course information (PDF, 203 kB, new window)
- Syllabus (PDF, 253 kB, new window)
Applied project management (2 credits)
The course, which takes three full days, aims to strengthen the students in their roles as a leaders of, or participants in, projects. The course deals with different project structures, key project methods and their possibilities and limitations in practice. The course is taught by an experienced trainer from Wenell Management AB, a consultancy firm specialising in leadership and project management.
- Given last time: 8, 13, and 15 February 2019.
- Course information and general schedule (PDF, 629 kB, new window)
- Syllabus (PDF, 257 kB, new window)
Research Ethics in Natural Science (2 credits)
The course handles key principles and issues of research ethics and science theory with relevance for natural science. The goal is that participants shall be able to analyze their own research, and that of others, from ethical and science theory perspectives. Authorship and academic misconduct are examples of topics that will be covered. The course is given in English.
- Given last time: 4-21 December 2018.
- Course information with schedule 2018 (PDF, 628 kB, new window)
- Syllabus (PDF, 255 kB, new window)
Writing research proposals to research councils (4.5 credits)
The course gives an overview of the structure of research funding in Sweden and Europe, and how the research councils evaluate and rank applications. The students practise formulating research projects, writing pithy applications and giving feedback on each other’s work. The course is taught by professors with long experience of working with research councils.
Course dates: Not defined
Syllabus: Not yet finalised
Courses in life sciences
To write, format and deliver a print ready thesis as a PDF
The course is given by the internal printing office Media-Tryck.
Courses in teaching and learning in higher education
The Faculty of Science offers a number of teacher training courses.
- Astronomy and Theoretical Physics
- Environmental Science
- Geobiosphere Science
- Medical Radiation Physics (in English at the bottom of the page)
- ClimBEco, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in a Changing Climate
- GENECO, Genomic Ecology
- Imaging of 3D structures
- ADMIRE, Advanced Microscopy Research Environment
- QDETAILSS, high Quality DETection and Analysis of Liquid and Solid Samples
Schools that are no longer active:
Relevant courses at other Faculties
Commercialize your Research (7.5 credits)
The course aims at giving the participants an introduction to entrepreneurship, innovation and commercialization of research. The course is given by the Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship at the Lund University School for Economics and Management.
More information about the course and how to apply is found on Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship website.
Corporate Social Responsibility (7.5 credits)
The course aims to give an advanced introduction to the theoretical frameworks, research interests, methodologies and discussions in the research field related to corporate social responsibility. The course is given by Susanne Arvidsson, docent at the Department of Business Administration.
More information about the course is found on Department of Business Administration website.
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