Agroecology deals with the interaction between soil, plants, animals and the environment in ecosystems for the production of food, feed and biomass. Our aim is to train and promote the next generation of scientists and technology developers in the field of agroecological science and technology at the highest scientific level in a truly interdisciplinary and international atmosphere.
Read more about what we can offer you as a PhD student at the Department of Agroecology and Aarhus University here:
Description, sampling and classifications of Danish soils based on field studies, 2 - 8 May 2022, 5 ECTS. Course fee 6,750 DKK. Registration is open until 1 April 2022. Course responsible: Mogens H. Greve.
Course in Agroecology exclusively for PhD students and postdocs in Department of Agroecology. The course is mandatory for PhD students in Department of Agroecology. The course takes place 22 February 2021. Course responsible: Chris Kjeldsen. The course is online via Zoom. Link will be distributed prior to the course.
(phytochemicals, contaminants, primary metabolites), 7 - 18 June 2021. Course responsible: Inge Fomsgaard
Bioactive Molecules in Agroecology, 2 - 13 August 2021. Course responsible: Inge Fomsgaard
CANCELLED: Arctic Soils, 14 - 21 August 2021. 5 ECTS. Course fee 22,500 DKK. Course responsible: Lis Wollesen de Jonge.
Near Infrared Spectroscopy, 6 - 11 September 2021, 5 ECTS. Course fee 4,500 DKK. Course responsible: Maria Knadel.
SOM and organically bound nutrients - turnover and stabilization. September - November 2021. 4 ECTS. Expression of interest via this link. Course responsible: Jim Rasmussen.
Climate and water and Soil fertility sections journal club (Foulum) - for registration please contact Jeroen Pullens
The Egghead Club: Agroecology Junior Researchers Association - autumn 2021 - for registration please contact email@example.com
If you have attended a course where ECTS credits are not specified on the diploma or course description, you should fill out this form and send it to Lis Wollesen de Jonge.
Ad hoc course: Supervisors have the possibility to define an ad hoc course designed specifically for a PhD student. Such a course may include participation in a conference, a short internship with a company or other things.