International Relations

The faculty members associated with the research training program have strong national and international relations and contacts. This includes having coauthors from many parts of the world and frequently attending and presenting material at well-respected international peer-reviewed conferences. Here we only list some of the more official international relations.

Visiting Positions

The following is a partial list of universities where faculty members associated with the research training program have held visiting positions; typically for at least 6 months:

Ph.D. Student Change of Environment

We require that our Ph.D. students spend a significant part of their Ph.D. study period (typically 6 months) at another institution. The purpose of this is for the student to be exposed to more than one research environment, more than one advisor, and to get a start building up own research contacts. To ensure quality advising, students are often sent to close contacts of the members of the school. Institutions where students of faculty members associated with the research training program have been sent include the following:

External Ph.D. Committee Participation

Faculty members associated with the research training program have served in connection with Ph.D. evaluations at the following international institutions: