#20 Mary: Identifying and dealing with the Imposter Syndrome

How to befriend your imposter? Mary K. Kobia is a Senior Global Mobility Consultant at the University of Copenhagen and she works with supporting international researchers and their spouses on developing their talents and careers. Over the years, Mary noticed in her work that many international researchers struggle with: Imposter Syndrome Determining/acknowledging their transferable skills

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#18 Sarah: Greenhouse gas emissions from the Greenland Ice Sheet

Sarah Sapper is a PhD student at the University of Copenhagen studying methane and carbon dioxide emissions in meltwater from below the Greenland Ice Sheet. Department and group: Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management Supervisors: Jesper Riis Christiansen and Christian Juncher Jørgensen Dissertation title (as for now :D) Diurnal and seasonal dynamics of greenhouse

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# 15 Hongzhen: Nitrogen use efficiencies of biobased fertilisers

Can nitrogen mineral fertilisers be replaced by processed and manure-derived biobased fertilisers? Hongzhen Luo (罗红祯) is a PhD fellow at Ghent University (UGent). She conducts research on biobased fertilisers derived from animal manure and on their ability to replace mineral fertilisers. With her research she aims to contribute to closing nutrient loops in agriculture. Department

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#13 Louise: Combating and valorising food waste

How can food waste be reduced and food production become more sustainable? Louise Bartek is a PhD student at the Swedish University of Agricultural Science (SLU). She examines ways to combat food waste where possible and how to valorise it where necessary. Department & Group: Department of Energy and Technology Supervisors: Mattias Eriksson (main supervisor),

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