Max-Planck Odense Center

Max-Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging (MaxO) is an interdisciplinary and international collaboration between researchers drawn from demography, epidemiology, medicine, biology, mathematics and statistics. The center conducts innovative research to discover the basic causes and key consequences of the age trajectories of survival, including also their policy implications.

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News from MaxO:


January 2017:

New project:  Efficient survey and response to invasive species using drones.  This is a joint project of Johan Dahlgren (MaxO), Owen Jones (MaxO) and Henrik Skov Midtiby at the UAS Center, SDU Faculty of Engineering. It is funded by the University of Southern Denmark, as part of an initiative to fund outreach projects using drones. We will use “unmanned aerial vehicles”, UAVs, to monitor populations of problem species of plants.

December 2016:
Our report for our activities 2013-2016 is now available. Please click here.

December 2016:
We are happy to announce that EDSD - European Doctoral School of Demography will be in MaxO and SDU in 2017-2019.
Please read more here.




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