One seat left in popular PhD course of LCA
In a few weeks the first students of the PhD course “Advances in life cycle assessment” will enter the lecture hall in Gothenburg. The interest for the course, which will be given for the first time this fall has been high and as of today 24 out of 25 seats are occupied. The students come from different universities and research institutes of Sweden, like SLU, KTH, Chalmers, University of Gävle, RISE, Karlstad University and University of Borås.
Register now if you want to grasp the final seat!
The course for PhD students that will give a deeper understanding of life cycle assessment (LCA) and related tools, including knowledge on state-of-the-art research in selected areas!
The course is organized by The research school Sustainable Biomass Systems at SLU and Swedish Life Cycle Center through a close collaboration in the Academy group of Swedish Life Cycle Center.
This course gives an in-depth orientation of LCA. It includes a broad range of LCA-related topics: the methodology, its application, its relation to other assessment tools and its role in decision-processes.
The course starts with a half day introduction in October 17th, followed by several weeks of preparations at home, and an intensive week of seminars and lectures December 3rd to 7th, 2018.
The introduction will be held at the Gothenburg office of IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Aschebergsgatan 44, Gothenburg. It will be possible to take part in the introduction through video from the Stockholm office of IVL and from locations arranged by the student.
The week of seminars and lectures will be held in Gothenburg.
IVL Svenska Miljöinstitutet och Chalmers tekniska högskola
Dept. of Energy and Technology, SLU
Phone: +46 (0)18-67 18 30
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Registration through the link below no later than September 17.
The course is organized by The research school Sustainable Biomass Systems at SLU and Swedish Life Cycle Center through a close collaboration between several academic partners of Swedish Life Cycle Center. The course is partly funded by the Swedish Energy Agency through Re:Source
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