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
Friday 30 October
Non-parametric methods for functional data.
Today at 10:15 - 14:15
Tuesday 3 November
An annual interdisciplinary conference with presentations from the different departments affiliated with KBC and from the research infrastructures
Tuesday 3 November at 09:00 until Wednesday 4 November at 17:00
Monday 9 November
Introduction to the usage of FT-IR spectrometers and microscopes as well as a Raman microscope.
Monday 9 November at 09:00 until Friday 13 November at 16:00
Tuesday 10 November
Title: 'Mutator Phenotypes at Single Cell Resolution'
Tuesday 10 November at 15:15 - 16:00
From November 1, you as a researcher and employee, need to be logged in to the library search tool to see and use the possibility to order certain articles electronically via the Get it Now service.
There is now a new improved search function for searching among employees on the university's home page who search for words in your own presentation text on your staff page.
Welcome to a presentation with Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede, Professor, Department of Biology and Biological Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology and Head of Genie Gender Initiative for Excellence. Wittung Stafshede was previously a Professor at the Department of Chemistry at Umeå University.
Appointments, promotions and applications to the pedagogical qualifications model all demand that teachers document their pedagogical skills in a teaching portfolio. The portfolio is used for assessing the applicants teaching skills. This is an invitation to teachers at the Faculty of Science and technology to participate in workshops where you can create and develop a teaching portfolio.
If you are a student at the end of your higher education (regardless of field) UG or Master, you can apply for a Minor Field Studies scholarship (MFS). The scholarship of SEK 27,000 gives you the opportunity to travel to a low- or middle-income country to collect material for your thesis or degree project. The field study is 8 up to 26 weeks.
At Umeå University's new science center at Arts campus, the staff is preparing intensely for the public soft opening in a few weeks. But even now, parts of the center have sneak-opened.
The Umeå Postdoc Society (UPS) is a new platform for postdocs to come together and share experiences and knowledge. If you are a postdoc you are very welcome to join the kick-off event Friday 2 October.
Do you want help developing your research proposal ideas or receive feedback on already formulated applications to the Swedish Research Funding Agencies and Councils? In that case, you are most welcome to an application workshop arranged by the Research Support and Collaboration Office.
Molecular Infection Medicine Sweden (MIMS) hosts the annual meeting of the Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine as an online conference, 22-25 September 2020.
Do you have questions about research data management (RDM) or open data? The Swedish national data service (SND) is hosting a drop-in online consultation with specialists on the field for researchers and others who work with research data.
SLU and The Faculty of Forest Sciences are inviting researchers and PhD:s at Umeå university to participate in our local competition in Researcher´s Grand Prix 2020 – a competition that will be live broadcasted on SLU:s Facebook page, web and Youtube channel. Don´t miss this unique opportunity to sharpen your presentation skills and reach out with your research to a new audience! One lucky winner will get the golden ticket to the Finale, which will take place at Nalen, Stockholm, 16th of December 2020.
Umeå University will be without a procured travel agent for the rest of 2020. All travel bookings must follow the temporary instructions on the Aurora page for Business travel. The University is still recommending members of staff to be restrictive in carrying out business travel within Sweden.