The Department of Food Science considers the PhD Program Food Science as an important part of its research, and is supporting the creation of an inspiring PhD study environment. This is carried out by offering state-of-the-art research facilities, establishing strong supervisor teams and by holding an annual PhD seminar for PhD students.
The PhD student is affiliated with the science team where the project naturally belongs. However, more of our PhD projects involve researchers from different teams and require collaboration and knowledge exchange across research groups and professions in the department.
The research in the department often takes place in close partnership with leading food, crop and biotechnology companies and international recognized universities and research centers. These partnerships give the PhD student good opportunities to work with both the industry and international research environments. In this way, a professional network is established in connection with the PhD study.
Rules and deadlines for handing in half-year evaluations:
BEFORE YOU GO ABROAD, REMEMBER TO FILL OUT THE FORM ON THE LAST PAGE AND SEND IT to your supervisor, PURE mailbox, and Bente L. Kant:
A good PhD study includes:
A good PhD supervisor is:
Please contact Signe Nørretranders or Bente L. Kant for assistance: