Course programme

EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE BIOECONOMY

Treesearch courses

The material in Treesearch’s course program is still in the works; some course information will be updated.

All
O-course
F-course
Infrastructure
WWSC academy
F-course
Credits: 6.0
Course period: October 14 – October 18
Location: Stockholm
Registration closed
F-course
Credits: 4.5
Course period: November 4 – November 8
Location: Karlstad
Registration closed
O-course
Credits: 4.5
Course period: November 11 – November 15
Location: Sundsvall
Registration open
F-course
Credits:
Course period: autumn 2019 –
Location: Stockholm
Infrastructure
Credits:
Course period: autumn 2019 –
Location: Göteborg
WWSC academy
Credits:
Course period: March 16 2020 – March 20 2020
Location: Norrköping
WWSC academy
Credits:
Course period: August 31 2020 – September 4 2020
Location:
F-course
Credits: 4.5
Course period: –
Location: Karlstad
O-course
Credits:
Course period: –
Location: Stockholm
O-course
Credits: 3
Course period: August 14 2019 – August 16 2019
Location: Lund
WWSC academy
Credits: 2
Course period: Aug 27 2019 – August 31 2019
Location: Örnsköldsvik
WWSC academy
Credits: 1
Course period: August 25 – August 27
Location: Umeå
F-course
Credits: 4.5
Course period: September 30 – October 3
Location: Stockholm

Other courses at Swedish universities

Credits: 4
Course period: September 16 2019 – November 13 3019
Location: Umeå
Registration closed

Treesearch course classification

Treesearch’s course program is developed within the collaboration between industry and academia.

The O-courses, Overview, are courses that provide broader general knowledge and which usually do not require any prior knowledge in the field. Students at the master’s level also have the opportunity to participate in O-courses.

F-courses, Focus, are aimed at providing in-depth knowledge of scientific phenomena, and processes that are industrially relevant. These courses are aimed at those who are active in specific subject areas.

These courses provide participants with theoretical and practical training in advanced research infrastructure, sample preparation and evaluation of raw data from instruments. The courses run over a 3-4 day period and lectures and exercises are combined with group projects.

WWSC Academy are courses that contain lectures, study visits and group work on specific topics for 3 – 4 days and are arranged by WWSC twice a year. The courses are open to all Treesearch doctoral students.

The heading lists courses outside Treesearch’s course program that are of interest to the research area.