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  1. Lund University • Founded in 1666 • 47 000 students • 2 900 research students • 6 300 employees (48% women) • 650 professors (20% women) • 8 faculties • Several specialised schools • 6 400 million SEK turnover

  2. Faculty of Science • 9 departments or other units • 30 Postgraduate-Disciplines • 800 employees • 120 full professors • 260 other teaching and • research staff • 380 PhD students • 70 dissertations / year

  3. Source of income 2010 Total income: 926 million SEK

  4. Education • 1 700 students • 350 new students / year • 16 Bachelor’s Programmes • 17 International Master’s Programmes • The Hospital Physicist Programme • Bachelor of Science 3 years • Master of Science 2 years • Doctor of Philosophy 4 years • Hospital Physicist 5 years

  5. Departments (or other units) • Centre for Environment and Climate Studies • Lund University’s Climate Initiative • Swedish ICOS • Studies in Environmental Science • BECC – Biodiversity and Ecosystem services in a Changing Climate • MERGE (ModElling the Regional and Global Earth system • Physics • Mathematical Physics • Experimental High-Energy Physics • Nuclear Physics • Synchrotron Radiation Physics • Undergraduate Programme of Studies in Physics within Faculty of Science • Astronomy and Theoretical Physics • Astronomy • Theoretical High Energy Physics • Computational Biology and Biological Physics • Radiation Physics • MAX-Lab • Biology • Biology Library • Education Office • Biological Museums • Aquatic Ecology • Biodiversity • Evolutionary Ecology • Functional Zoology • MEMEG (Molecular Ecology, Microbial Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics) • Molecular Cell Biology • Earth and Ecosystem Sciences • Geology • Physical Geography and Ecosystems Analysis • Chemistry • Centre for Molecular Protein Science (CMPS) • Centre for Analysis and Synthesis (CAS) • Centre for Physical and Theoretical Chemistry • Centre for Applied Life Sciences (CALS) • Centre for Mathematical Sciences • Mathematics • Mathematical Statistics • Numerical Analysis

  6. FACULTY BOARD Chairman T. von Schantz PRESIDING COMMITTEE Dean Pro-dean, education Pro-dean, research Student representatives MANAGEMENT COUNCIL Dean Pro-dean, education Pro-dean, research Heads of department Student representatives • BOARDS • Study Programmes Board • Recruitment Council • Study Advisors Network • Scholarship Committee • Academic Appointments Board • Readership Appointments Board • Research Education Committee • Equal Opportunities Committee • ETP Board • IT Council • Library Board FACULTY OFFICE T. Forslid DEPARTMENTS (or other units) Earth and Ecosystem Sciences Centre for Environment and Climate Studies Centre for Mathematical Sciences Biology Astronomy and Theoretical Physics MAX-Lab Chemistry Centre for Environment- and Climate Studies Physics Radiation Physics ACTIVITIES UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION Education Committee: O. Söderman Student Counsellors: I. Alexandersson Overseas Studies: A. von Barth Educational development: S. Pelger RESEARCH & RESEARCH EDUCATION Research Education Committee: O. Söderman Student Counsellors: T. Nilsson OUTREACH Communication: L. Björk-Blixt D. Trivic H. Bergqvist M. Olbe