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.
Tuesday 17 December
Enhanced Block Sparse Signal Recovery and Bayesian Hierarchical Models with Applications.
Tuesday 17 December at 13:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 18 December
Symbolic representations of language grounding for human-robot interaction.
Wednesday 18 December at 13:00 - 16:00
Thursday 9 January
Structure and morphology control of organic semiconductors for functional optoelectronic applications.
Thursday 9 January at 09:00 - 13:00
Friday 10 January
A task to teach - On mathematical tasks as a resource for learning.
Friday 10 January at 13:00 - 17:00
The Integrated Science Lab (Icelab) welcomes you to the interdisciplinary Lunch Pitch with talks from Tim Hofmeester, reseracher at SLU Dept of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies and Gabrielle Beans, Deputy Director at Curiosum and Communicator Icelab.
The Development programme for doctoral students at Umeå University has proved to be a successful investment. After much positive feedback from participants and good results in the evaluations, the programme will be held again in 2020. And registration is now open.
The Integrated Science Lab (Icelab) welcomes you to the interdisciplinary Lunch Pitch with inspiring talks from Kavitha Shanmugam (Chemistry) and Johan Tordsson (Computing Science).
The faculty has updated the brochure describing the faculty. The brochure is available in both Swedish and English and has been printed in a limited edition.
This autumn's first IceLab Lunch Pitch will be held on Tuesday, November 12 at 12-13 in Glasburen in the KBC building. Take the opportunity to network and exchange ideas with researchers from disciplines other than your own.
The Baltic University Programme, BUP, arranges BUPSYMPOSIUM2020 with the aim to present and discuss research in sustainability.
The Umeå University web, umu.se, contains a section on research infrastructure launched in June this year. Those who have a research infrastructure at their disposal can present it to the research community online.
In this doctoral course that gives 3 credits, you learn how to talk about your research with anyone, anywhere.
A survey is now available investigating what needs the organisation has of ordering proofreading and translation services between Swedish and English. The purpose of the survey is to gather information and evaluate the need for potential improvements.
The Umeå University Board has decided on a long-term investment – a total of SEK 100 million over ten years – on research in artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous systems. The aim is to give AI a vital role in research and education in all fields.
Does group work work? How do you teach teachers about sustainable development? And how do you redesign an education programme, so that is permeated by perspectives of sustainability? These are some of the themes for the annual Teaching & Education Day for the faculty's teaching staff.
Do you want to know more about the possibilities offered by different research financiers and increase your chances for grants? If so, you are warmly welcome to this information meeting with and about Vinnova and the Swedish Energy Agency.