The PhD program includes an educational component (opplæringsdelen) of at least 30 ECTS credits. New PhD students include a plan of which courses to take in their project description, which needs to be approved by the faculty. It is possible to change this plan during the PhD. After fulfilling the courses but before defending the thesis, the PhD students needs to get the educational component approved by the faculty.
This page contains PhD courses at the Department of Chemistry as well as other options to include in the educational component of the PhD program. Most scheduled dates (H=autumn semester ; V=spring semester) are tentative; those in bold have been planned.
|KJE-8102||Computational Chemistry||10||Luca Frediani||V2017, V2018|
|KJE-8103||Quantum Chemical Methods||10||Luca Frediani||V2016|
|KJE-8104||Relativistic Quantum Chemistry||10||Kenneth Ruud||H2016|
|KJE-8105||Molecular properties and spectroscopy||10||Kenneth Ruud||H2017|
|KJE-8201||Bioinorganic chemistry||10||Abhik Ghosh||V2016|
|KJE-8303||Nuclear Magnetic Resonance||10||Johan Isaksson||V2017|
|KJE-8308||Organometallic compounds in organic synthesis||10||Jørn Hansen||V2016|
|KJE-8313||Advanced Organic Chemistry||10||Jørn Hansen||V2015|
|KJE-8402||Protein structures||10||Hanna-Kirsti Schrøder Leiros||H2016|
|KJE-8403||Crystallography I||10||Richard Engh||H2016|
|KJE-8602||Bioinformatics – genome and genome analysis||10||Nils Peder Wilassen||V2017|
|KJE-8701||Biophysical aspects of protein folding and stability||5||Arne Smalås||V2018, V2020|
|KJE-8703||Crystallization of biological macromolecules||3||Ronny Helland||H2016, H2018|
|KJE-8704||Structure guided drug discovery and design||5||Richard Engh||H2016, H2018|
|BioCat C5||Enzyme mechanisms||4||Kathrin Hopmann||V2017, V2019|
Links to other courses:
- All PhD courses at the Faculty of Science and Technology. Note that the overview is not entirely up-to-date, but it gives an overview over the options at other departments at the Faculty.
- PhD courses from BioCat, the national graduate school in Biocatalysis. These courses are all in biocatalysis-related fields and are given at different universities in Norway. BioCat provides travel grants to attend the courses. Contact the BioCat coordinator Anastasia Leonenko for questions.
- Catalogue with all courses at UiT-The Arctic University of Norway.
Other useful links: