Yesterday on 11th December Minnea Tuomisto had her dissertation in Arcanum Arc1 auditorium. The opponent was Associate Professor Sarah McCormack from The University of Dublin, and Adjunct Professor Mika Lastusaari held the position of the custos.
After the dissertation Minnea hosted her post-doctoral party in the restaurant Koulu with a ceremonial dinner.
This doctoral dissertation basking under the solar lamp will play a great role on Wednesday when MSc Minnea Tuomisto will defend her thesis with the subject Upconverting luminescent materials for solar energy conversion. The event is open for all and will be held in the Arc1 auditorium on Wednesday 11th Dec at 12:00. Welcome!
MSc Emilia Palo successfully defended her thesis “Modifying upconverting nanoparticles with polyelectrolyte multilayers” on Friday April 12th.
From left: Opponent Prof Darja Lisjak, Custos Adj. Prof. Mika Lastusaari and disputant MSc Emilia Palo at the public defence. Right: Mika, Emilia, Mikko, Tero and Darja at the dissertation party. (Pictures: Pekka Palo)
MSc Emilia Palo defends her doctoral thesis “Modifying upconverting nanoparticles with polyelectrolyte multilayers” on Friday 12.4.2019 at 12 o’clock noon in Pub3 lecture hall, Publicum. Adj. Prof. Mika Lastusaari (University of Turku) will act as the Custos and Prof. Darja Lisjak (Jožef Stefan Institute) will act as the Opponent.
Dr. Mika Lastusaari defends his thesis from the Faculty of Education, Department of Teacher Education on Saturday 10th of November at 12 o´clock noon in the lecture hall Educarium 1. His thesis is titled “Persistence in major in relation to learning approaches – Development of a questionnaire for university chemistry students”.
Amazing job and well done, Mika! We are thrilled that we’re going to have a two-times Dr. (or maybe Dr.Dr.) in our research group soon!
MSc Hellen Santos will have her doctoral dissertation on Friday 15th of December at at 12 o’clock in the lecture hall Arcanum 1.
The title of the thesis is “Halogen hectorites: Smectites designed to luminesce” and concerns design and preparation of these synthetic clay minerals and the studies how they could be used as optical materials.
Tero successfully defended his thesis yesterday, congratulations for reaching this huge milestone!
We had a pleasure to host his opponent Dr hab. Dariusz Hreniak for one day and celebrate together this achievement in good company and with great food. Thank you Tero for the great party and good luck for your career in the future – we’re sure it will be bright!