23 Jun - Lisa Fagerli Lunde (MINA)

Av Cathrine Glosli

Lisa Fagerli Lunde, Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA), will defend her PhD thesis “The importance of invertebrates on fungi in dead wood” on Thursday the 23rd of June 2022.

PhD degree – Trial Lecture and Public Defence

English title of thesis: 

“The importance of invertebrates on fungi in dead wood” 

Norwegian title of the thesis:

"Hvordan invertebrater påvirker sopp i død ved"

Prescribed subject of the trial lecture:

"Drivers behind the high biological diversity in dead wood, promoting and disadvantaging factors"

Time and place for the trial lecture and the public defence:

Thursday, 23 June 2022, 12:15 at U120, Clock Building

The disputation can be attended either physically or by using the following link in Zoom: https://nmbu.zoom.us/j/64906387159

All are welcome to attend the digital meeting, but please read the guidelines below before you open the link. This is to make sure that the disputation can be held without interruptions and noise.

Evaluation committee:

First opponent: Dr Sebastian Seibold, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Second opponent: Professor Anders Dahlberg, Swedich University of Agriculture, Sweeden
Committee coordinator: Professor Kari Klanderud NMBU/MINA


Main supervisor: Professor Tone Birkemoe, NMBU/MINA
Co-supervisors: Professor Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson, NMBU/MINA, Professor Håvard Kauserud, University of Oslo, Dr Rannveig Margrete Jacobsen, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research

Guidelines for attending:

  • Do not use the camera.

  • Mute your microphone.

  • In Zoom you will first be placed in the waiting room. Please introduce yourself with your name, rather than with your IP address or computer name.

  • If anyone has a question and wants to oppose ‘ex auditorio’, please write in the chat window of Zoom (1) “XY (your name) has a question" and (2) the question in brief. The chair of the defense will evaluate whether your question is opportune, and you will be given the word after the two opponents have concluded.

  • When you are being given the word, you switch on your microphone and camera. Ensure briefly whether you are being heard.

  • We advise you to test your own equipment before attending. 

    The chat is not to be used for general discussions.

The doctoral thesis is available for public review. For those of you who want access to the thesis in pdf-form, please send an email to Ole Wiggo Røstad – ole.rostad@nmbu.no 

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