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The Hambrights came to San Antonio to complete doctoral degrees and left with more than they could’ve imagined.

Nicholas Croggon is the Turza Family Fellow in the Department of Art History & Archaeology at Columbia University, where he is completing his PhD in modern and contemporary art. Nicholas graduated with first class honours in art history and law from the University of Melbourne, and previously worked as a public interest lawyer.  He is the co-founder and co-editor of the Australian contemporary art journal  Discipline . 

From the 4 th to 7 th of July, members of the Structural Dynamics group attended the 7 th  European and African Conference on Wind Engineering (EAWCE 2017) in Liege, Belgium. The conference was the 7 th in a series of European and African conferences organized on a four-year cycle under the auspices of the International Association of Wind Engineering. A total of 235 delegates participated on the conference.

Associate professor Ole Øiseth and PhD candidates Aksel Fenerci , Tor Martin Lystad , Bartosz Siedziako and Henrik Skyvulstad held presentations at the conference, where Aksel Fenerci was given an award for best PhD paper. This is a great accomplishment and the group’s second award this year. Congrats Aksel! 

Galina studied Psychology at the University of Leipzig. She conducted her bachelor and master thesis on neurolinguistics at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, where she was a student assistant for three years. Thereafter she worked as a research assistant at the Department for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at the University Clinic Leipzig in a project investigating biomarkers of Major Depression with simultaneous EEG-fMRI. Currently she is working on her PhD thesis about brain arousal regulation in fatigue associated with depression. Galina joined the lab in 2017 in a project studying vigilance markers with multimodal EEG-fMRI.

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phd thesis structural equation modeling

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From the 4 th to 7 th of July, members of the Structural Dynamics group attended the 7 th  European and African Conference on Wind Engineering (EAWCE 2017) in Liege, Belgium. The conference was the 7 th in a series of European and African conferences organized on a four-year cycle under the auspices of the International Association of Wind Engineering. A total of 235 delegates participated on the conference.

Associate professor Ole Øiseth and PhD candidates Aksel Fenerci , Tor Martin Lystad , Bartosz Siedziako and Henrik Skyvulstad held presentations at the conference, where Aksel Fenerci was given an award for best PhD paper. This is a great accomplishment and the group’s second award this year. Congrats Aksel! 

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Nicholas Croggon is the Turza Family Fellow in the Department of Art History & Archaeology at Columbia University, where he is completing his PhD in modern and contemporary art. Nicholas graduated with first class honours in art history and law from the University of Melbourne, and previously worked as a public interest lawyer.  He is the co-founder and co-editor of the Australian contemporary art journal  Discipline . 

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phd thesis structural equation modeling
Phd thesis structural equation modeling

From the 4 th to 7 th of July, members of the Structural Dynamics group attended the 7 th  European and African Conference on Wind Engineering (EAWCE 2017) in Liege, Belgium. The conference was the 7 th in a series of European and African conferences organized on a four-year cycle under the auspices of the International Association of Wind Engineering. A total of 235 delegates participated on the conference.

Associate professor Ole Øiseth and PhD candidates Aksel Fenerci , Tor Martin Lystad , Bartosz Siedziako and Henrik Skyvulstad held presentations at the conference, where Aksel Fenerci was given an award for best PhD paper. This is a great accomplishment and the group’s second award this year. Congrats Aksel! 

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Phd thesis structural equation modeling

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phd thesis structural equation modeling

Phd thesis structural equation modeling

The Hambrights came to San Antonio to complete doctoral degrees and left with more than they could’ve imagined.

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phd thesis structural equation modeling

Phd thesis structural equation modeling

Nicholas Croggon is the Turza Family Fellow in the Department of Art History & Archaeology at Columbia University, where he is completing his PhD in modern and contemporary art. Nicholas graduated with first class honours in art history and law from the University of Melbourne, and previously worked as a public interest lawyer.  He is the co-founder and co-editor of the Australian contemporary art journal  Discipline . 

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Galina studied Psychology at the University of Leipzig. She conducted her bachelor and master thesis on neurolinguistics at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, where she was a student assistant for three years. Thereafter she worked as a research assistant at the Department for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at the University Clinic Leipzig in a project investigating biomarkers of Major Depression with simultaneous EEG-fMRI. Currently she is working on her PhD thesis about brain arousal regulation in fatigue associated with depression. Galina joined the lab in 2017 in a project studying vigilance markers with multimodal EEG-fMRI.

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