Welcome to the vice-chancellor’s webinar on Lund University’s establishment in Science Village.
Until recently, Brunnshög in northeast Lund mostly consisted of fields. With the establishment of two world-leading research facilities – MAX IV and soon ESS, which will be open for research in 2023 – parts of the area are becoming a site of research and innovation in subjects including materials research and life sciences. This location offers a unique opportunity for Lund University to create a broader interdisciplinary environment with strong international visibility.
What is the basis for Lund University’s efforts to establish itself in Science Village? What decisions have been taken and by whom? How does establishment in Science Village affect the rest of Lund University?
You are most welcome to the vice-chancellor’s webinar on Science Village. The webinar is only intended for staff and students. To sign up, you need an LU email address.
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*Registration is in Swedish, but the webinar will be held in English
During the webinar, you will have the opportunity to ask questions in the chat function. The questions that cannot be answered during the webinar will be compiled and answered later on in the project blog: https://lusciencevillage.blogg.lu.se/
The webinar will be held in English.
Date: 13 November, from 9:00 to 10:00
• Torbjörn von Schantz, vice-chancellor
• Sven Lidin, dean of the Faculty of Science
• Viktor Öwall, dean of the Faculty of Engineering, (LTH)
• Heiner Linke, NanoLund, Solid State Physics
• Joachim Schnadt, head of department, Department of Physics
Moderator: Christofer Edling, dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences
Target group: staff and students at Lund University
Contact person: Carina.email@example.com
Link to the event: http://www.lu.se/evenemang/vice-chancellors-webinar-science-village