Doctoral presentations of current interest, where the thesis is available in Munin:

25 Nov 2021: Guri Anita Heiberg

Rehabilitation pathways, satisfaction with functioning and wellbeing, and experienced rehabilitation needs after stroke

26 Nov 2021: Sigurd Pedersen

Training and influence of maximal strength in football players - With specific emphasis on females

26 Nov 2021: Ragnhild Hellesnes

Testicular cancer survivors in the cisplatin era: Metachronous contralateral testicular cancer, second cancer and causes of death

29 Nov 2021: Vincent Carrier

Microbial community structure associated to Arctic cold seeps

29 Nov 2021: Tom Johan Johnsen

The temporal development of cognitive behavioral therapy as treatment for unipolar depression. An evaluation based on three meta-analyses, focusing on time-trends, effect sizes, and associated moderators

03 Dec 2021: Anthimi Palara

Mechanism and structural requirements for formation of p62 bodies and degradation of p62 by selective autophagy

03 Dec 2021: Lars Bakke Hindenes

Circle of Willis variants and cerebrovascular health: Representations, prevalences, functions and related consequences. Incomplete anatomy and changes to flow appear to induce more unfavourable health outcomes

03 Dec 2021: Magnus Brynildsrud Andersson

En kyststat trer fram - Norsk havpolitikk 1973-1995

07 Dec 2021: Yana Zykova

Economic incentives in outpatient care and patient demand for pharmaceuticals. A study of antibiotics and addictive drugs prescriptions

08 Dec 2021: Ann Kristine Sara Bongo

Oral health among the indigenous Sámi population. A population-based study on periodontal health, dental caries, and oral health-related quality of life

08 Dec 2021: Qinghui Liu

Advancing Land Cover Mapping in Remote Sensing with Deep Learning

09 Dec 2021: Marie Wasmuth Lundblad

The obesity epidemic; population levels of visceral adipose tissue and trends in body composition. Insights from The Tromsø Study

09 Dec 2021: Inga Bårdsen Tøllefsen

Between sports and subjective spirituality: Nordic yoga practitioners' perspectives on yoga, religion, and spirituality

09 Dec 2021: Amos Samkumar

Effect of light quality on the biosynthesis of flavonoids and sugars in bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus L.)

10 Dec 2021: Terje Klemetsen

Developing the MAR databases – Augmenting Genomic Versatility of Sequenced Marine Microbiota

10 Dec 2021: Steven Jackson

The Impact of Ambient Temperature on Low Carbon Energy Supply - Modelling and optimization studies on the supply of hydrogen energy from northern Norway

13 Dec 2021: Elisabeth Pedersen

Medication therapy and treatment goal achievement among persons with coronary heart disease in a general population - Guideline adherence, medication adherence and validation of medication use

13 Dec 2021: Giorgi Tutberidze

A study of bounded operators on martingale Hardy spaces

15 Dec 2021: Matthew Stephensen

Shaping the Perception of Risk: Investigating a Paradigmatic Case of Applied Decision Making under Uncertainty

15 Dec 2021: Bjørn Tore Nystrand

Antecedents of consumer evaluation and consumption of functional food

16 Dec 2021: Sigurd Beldo

Accelerometer-measured physical activity in Norwegian adolescents. Results from The Fit Futures Study

17 Dec 2021: Juan Santos

Bycatch reduction and alternative exploitation patterns in demersal trawl fisheries of the Baltic Sea and the North Sea

  • Self-Constructing Graph Convolutional Networks for Semantic Labeling 

    Liu, Qinghui; Kampffmeyer, Michael; Jenssen, Robert; Salberg, Arnt-Børre (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2021-02-17)
    Graph Neural Networks (GNNs) have received increasing attention in many fields. However, due to the lack of prior graphs, their use for semantic labeling has been limited. Here, we propose a novel architecture called the Self-Constructing Graph (SCG), which makes use of learnable latent variables to generate embeddings and to self-construct the underlying graphs directly from the input features ...
  • Throwing Pebbles While Waiting: An Autoethnographic Exploration of Mental Health and Colonialism 

    Limes Henderson, Kelly; Sørly, Rita; Karlsson, Bengt Eirik (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2021-07-23)
    In this article, three scholars jointly investigate questions of Western colonization and mental health. While their areas of interest and experience vary, the authors discuss oppression as a common thread connecting their ideas about mental health and its medicalization. In line with Toyosaki et al. (2009), the researchers did a community autoethnography, performing written dialogue as a dynamic ...
  • ISUOG Practice Guidelines (updated): use of Doppler velocimetry in obstetrics 

    Bhide, Amarnath; Acharya, Ganesh; Baschat, Ahmet Alexander; Bilardo, Caterina Maddalena; Brezinka, Christoph; Cafici, Daniel; Ebbing, Cathrine; Hernandez-Andrade, Edgar A.; Kalache, Karim; Kingdom, John; Kiserud, Torvid; Surendran, Sailesh Kumar; Lee, Wesley; Lees, Christoph; Leung, Kwok Yin; Malinger, Gustavo; Mari, Giancarlo; Prefumo, Federico; Sepulveda, Waldo; Trudinger, Brian (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2021-07-19)
    The International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) is a scientific organization that encourages sound clinical practice, teaching and research related to diagnostic imaging in women's healthcare. The ISUOG Clinical Standards Committee (CSC) has a remit to develop Practice Guidelines and Consensus Statements as educational recommendations that provide healthcare practitioners ...
  • Toward understanding three phases of individual responses to paradox 

    Birkelund, Gunnar (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2021-09-07)
    Purpose - The purpose of this study is to further paradox research at the individual level through applying a framework of three phases of individual response to paradox – recognition, understanding and behaviour.<p> <p>Design/methodology/approach - Critical and integrative review of previous studies of individual responses to paradox.<p> <p>Findings - The role of individual understanding is ...
  • Real-Time Polyp Detection, Localization and Segmentation in Colonoscopy Using Deep Learning 

    Jha, Debesh; Ali, Sharib; Tomar, Nikhil Kumar; Johansen, Håvard D.; Johansen, Dag; Rittscher, Jens; Riegler, Michael A.; Halvorsen, Pal (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2021-03-04)
    Computer-aided detection, localization, and segmentation methods can help improve colonoscopy procedures. Even though many methods have been built to tackle automatic detection and segmentation of polyps, benchmarking of state-of-the-art methods still remains an open problem. This is due to the increasing number of researched computer vision methods that can be applied to polyp datasets. Benchmarking ...

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