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Welcome to our Faculty pages!
Our Faculty has 3 300 students, around 200 doctoral students and a staff of 900 consisting of teachers, scientists and administrators. The Faculty has eleven departments and seven research centres.
These pages serve as a support for those who work at the faculty. If you have any questions please contact The Dean's office.
Read the university's recommendations concerning covid-19
Wednesday 3 November
Science, Pseudoscience, and the Politics of Knowledge.
Wednesday 3 November at 13:00 - 15:00
Thursday 4 November
Disarming Bacteria - A structure-based approach to design an anti-virulence drug against Listeria monocytogenes.
Thursday 4 November at 10:00 - 14:00
Monday 8 November
The supervisor day is an event for inspiration and knowledge transfer for supervisors at the Faculty for Science and Technology.
Monday 8 November at 13:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 9 November
An annual interdisciplinary conference with presentations from different departments affiliated with KBC and from the research infrastructures
Tuesday 9 November at 09:00 until Wednesday 10 November at 17:00
Welcome to a symposium at UmArts about how we support knowledge producing practices across the arts, design and architecture within, and in partnership with, university research structures? How can we rethink and expand the idea of the Arts Research Centre? What are the key questions and themes for artistic research today?
Meet other young researchers interested on issues related to transformative research towards sustainable development.
Life science research in Umeå is versatile, interdisciplinary and of high scientific competence. The Coalition Umeå for Life Science (CU4LS) aims to highlight the strengths and richness of Umeå life science research activities, spanning research areas from molecules to man, from microorganisms to ecosystems, from theoretical approaches to experimental sciences and into clinical research.
The #frAIday lecture series, held every Friday during lunch over Zoom, is looking for AI scholars who would like to talk about their work with a growing number of AI researchers from around the world.
Are you planning to apply for the European Research Councils (ERC) Starting Grant or Consolidator Grant, with deadlines in January and March 2022 respectively? Or are you planning to apply for the European Research Councils (ERC) Advanced Grant, with deadline in April 2022? In that case, welcome to two seminars.
Umeå University plans to establish a new cross-faculty Centre for research on Artificial Intelligence (AI), its implications and applications.
New routines are being introduced for applications for promotion, associate professorships and recognition, and a new website with information on how to apply is now available on Aurora.
Do you want to become better at analyzing and comparing research in your field? Maybe find potential collaborators? Now a new in-house training gives you the chance by learning how to use SciVal.
SciLifeLab opens the nomination process for candidates for expert groups in four strategic data-driven life science (DDLS) research areas.
For researchers, conspiracy theories are a vastly different type of challenge than other types of science communication. How can a researcher best counter a seemingly growing group of people that appears to entirely disregard knowledge won from rigorous scientific endeavours? The Faculty of science and technology will address this question with a lecture series.
Within MIRAI 2.0 a workshop within ageing is organized on 28-29 September. The workshop gives researchers the opportunity to learn more about ageing in Sweden and Japan. Researchers in all disciplines are welcome to participate.