Norwegian title of thesis:
Ikke-spesifikk karakterisering av organiske forbindelser av økende miljørelevans i luft og biota
Prescribed subject of the trial lecture:
Validation of chirality as relevant structural feature for the characterization of contaminants’ age and decomposition
Norwegian title of the trial lecture:
Validering av kiralitet som relevante struktur-egenskaper for karakterisering av forurensningens alder og grad av nedbrytning
Time and place for the trial lecture:
Thursday 3rd September 2020, at 10:15. The trial lecture will be carried out via Zoom
Evaluation committee - trial lecture:
First opponent: Professor Yngve Stenstrøm, KBM
Second opponent: Professor Lars Bakken,
KBM Committee coordinator: Senior Engineer Dr. Hanne Marie Devle, KBM
Time and place for the public defence:
Friday 25th September 2020, at 12:15
The defence can be attended by using the following link in Zoom.
This public defence will be held digital since physical presence is hindered as a result of the Corona situation. All are welcome, but please read guidelines below before you attend. This to make sure that the disputation can be held without too much interruptions and noise.
First opponent: Professor Dr. Albert T. Lebedev, Lomonosov State University, Russia
Second opponent: Senior Scientist Dr. Eva K. Brorström–Lundén, Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Sweden
Committee coordinator: Senior Engineer Dr. Hanne Marie Devle, KBM
Main supervisor: Professor Roland Peter Kallenborn, NMBU
Co-supervisor: Professor Dag Ekeberg, NMBU
Co-supervisor: Senior Scientist Pernilla Bohlin-Nizzetto, NILU
Co-supervisor: Senior Scientist Martin Schlabach, NILU
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: email@example.com
Thesis number 2020:42, ISSN 1894-6402, ISBN 978-82-575-1706-9