The European CBRNE Center performs research, training and education within the areas of security and vulnerability, in particular incidents with chemical (C), biological (B), radiological/nuclear (RN) and explosive (E) substances. The aim is to make the Umeå-based research environment for CBRNE-related incidents a leading Center of Excellence for CBRNE research and development within the EU. The center is organised under the Faculty of Science and Technology at Umeå University.
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News from the CBRNE-centre
Three researchers at Umeå University have been awarded EU fellowships and grants for research projects in cryo-electron microscopy, energy storage and European popular culture.
Selome Kostentinos Tesfatsion has defended her PhD thesis with the title "Energy-efficient Cloud Computing: Autonomic Resource Provisioning for Datacenters".
Nora Nindi Arista, from Palembang Indonesia and a final term student of Master’s in Public Health is nominated as Umeå University’s Global Swede 2018.
This recognition is a joint initiative between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Swedish Institute with the aim of recognizing and highlighti...