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Seminars



The co-operation seminars deal with the key themes of research in the forest industry. The seminars provide insight and the latest knowledge from the specialists in the field as well as the the ooprtunity to engage in multidisciplinary discourse with professionals in the industry.

Avoiding Pitfalls of Doctoral Research
- Group Support


Support of peering group is an important motivating factor during doctoral studies.  
Co-operation seminars are arranged twice a year within the forest cluster doctoral program. The students will give presentations and discuss based on their research problems in multidisciplinary groups. Specialist lecturers are invited to set up discussion about current themes in forest cluster.
See figure of seminars.
Co-operation seminars also deal with general problems during different phases in doctoral research and deepen the knowledge in scientific methodologies and publishing.

2012

26.-27.4.2012
Intensive Writing Days

13. and 23.4.2012
Virtual lectures about writing scientific articles and doctoral thesis

9.3.2012
Virtual Researcher meeting 2/2012
Themes: How to publish research results from industry (visiting lecturer)

13.1.2012
Virtual Researcher meeting 1/2012
Themes: Peers as a resource in supervision, Article database (visiting lecturer)


2011

24.11.2011
Orientation seminar 2011
Program
25.11.2011
FCDP November'11 seminar


16.9.2011
Virtual Researcher meeting 3
Themes: Research abstracts, turning top-level expertise into new business (visiting lecturer)

23.6.2011
Virtual Researcher meeting 2
Themes: Review in FCDP actions before, now and in the future, systematic graduation support methods

25.2.2011
Virtual Researcher meeting
Themes: Updating a study plan, the examination process of doctoral dissertation  

15.4.2011
Bioeconomy
Program


2010

23.-24.9.2010
Future Solutions for Energy
23.9. September'10 Seminar for FCGS students
     Program 24.9. Open seminar
    
19.5.2010
Packaging innovations
     Program


2009
24.-25.9.2009
Wood Products
in co-operation with Future Biorefinery research program.  
     Program