24 Nov - Tatiana Drotikova (KBM)

Av Siri Eikrem Skotland

PhD degree – Public Defence
Tatiana Drotikova, Faculty of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science (KBM) will defend her PhD thesis “Polycyclic aromatic compound (PACs) in
ambient air of Svalbard. Concentrations, seasonal trends, sources, and
transformation processes”
, on Wednesday November 24, 2021.

Norwegian title of thesis:
"Polyaromatiske sykliske komponenter (PAC), i omgivelsesluft på Svalbard. Konsentrasjoner, sesongtrender, kilder og transformasjonsprosesser"

Prescribed subject of the trial lecture:
"Sustainable organic analytical chemistry, beyond being only green chemistry"

Norwegian title of the trial lecture:
"Bærekraftig organisk analytisk kjemi, utover å være bare grønn kjemi"

Time and place for the trial lecture:
Thursday 28th October 2021, at 10:15. The trial lecture will be carried out via Zoom

Evaluation committee-trial lecture:
First opponent: Professor Morten Sørlie, NMBU
Second opponent: Professor Dag Ekeberg, NMBU
Committee coordinator: Professor Yngve H. Stenstrøm, NMBU

Time and place for the public defence:
Wednesday 24th November 2021, at 13.00.
The defence will be held at UNIS, Svalbard and on Zoom.
The defence can be attended by using the following link in Zoom: 

Evaluation committee:
First opponent: Professor Hayley Hing Ning Hung, Environment and Climate Change Canada
Second opponent: Professor Øyvind Mikkelsen, NTNU
Committee coordinator: Professor Yngve H. Stenstrøm, NMBU

Main supervisor: Professor Roland Peter Kallenborn, NMBU
Co-supervisor: Professor Stephan Weinbruch, Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany
Co-supervisor: Researcher Anne Karine Halse, NILU - Norwegian Institute for Air Research
Co-supervisor: Associate Professor Helena Reinardy, The University Centre in Svalbard
Co-supervisor: Professor Arne Aalberg, The University Centre in Svalbard

Guidelines for attending:
- Do not use camera
- Put your microphone on mute
- If anyone has a question/comment, please use the chat function in Zoom, and the hosts of the
meeting will answer you.
- The defence will be open to the public and the audience can ask ex auditorio questions when
invited to do so.
- We advise you to test your own equipment before attending.

The doctoral thesis is available for public review.
For those of you who wants access to this please send an email to:

Thesis number 2021:80, ISSN 894-6402, ISBN 978-82-575-1857-8

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