PhD projects

Current PhD projects:

PhD-student:
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Title:

Louise Stjerne Knudsen
Associate professor, PhD Thomas Bredahl
Moving Towards Learning: Understanding and Framing teachers’ didactic, meaningfulness and intrinsic motivation for using physical activity as a tool for learning
PhD-student:
Main supervisor:
Title:
Mikkel Hjort
Associate professor, PhD Jens Troelsen
PhD-student:
Main supervisor:
Title:
Jan Arvidsen, cand.pæd.
Associate professor, PhD Søren Andkjær
Nature Moves? Exploring Everyday Relations between Children and Selected Places in Nature
PhD-student:
Main supervisor:
Title:
Henriette Bondo Andersen, cand.scient.san.publ.
Associate professor, PhD Jaspar Schipperijn
Children’s movement patterns and physical activity in the schoolyard during recess – Defined and described with GPS and accelerometer
PhD-student:
Main supervisor:
Title:
Mikkel Bo Schneller, cand.scient.
Associate professor, PhD Jaspar Schipperijn
TEACHOUT: Outdoor School and physical activity
PhD-student:
Main supervisor:
Title:
Søren Smedegaard, cand.scient.
Associate professor, PhD Thomas Skovgaard
Implementing a multicomponent activity intervention in the school setting
PhD-student:
Main supervisor:
Title:
Henrik Taarsted Jørgensen, cand.scient.
Associate professor, PhD Jens Troelsen 
Teachers perspective on implementing physical activity and movement in secondary schools
     

Recent PhD projects:

PhD student:
Supervisor:
Title:
PhD defence: 
  Else Ladekjær, MA 
Associate professor, PhD Jens Troelsen
Children in movement. An anthropological research of children and movement in elementary school
17 June 2016
     
PhD student:
Supervisor:
Title:
  Charlotte Skau Pawlowski, MSc
Associate professor, PhD Jens Troelsen
A field study of what creates activity in recess focusing at how environmental, organizational, and social mechanisms affect the physical activity level.
     
PhD student:
Supervisor:
Title:
  Charlotte Demant Klinker, MSc Public Health
Associate professor, PhD Jens Troelsen
When cities move children. Children’s movement patterns and physical activity in their local community measured with GPS and accelerometer: evaluating urban renewal.
     
PhD student:
Supervisor:
Title:
PhD defence: 
  Thomas Madsen, MSc
Associate professor, PhD Jens Troelsen
Bikeability: Environmental factors associated with bicycling. Using GIS and GPS to identify significant factors.
20 December 2013
PhD student:
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PhD defence:
Mette Toftager, MSc Public Health
Associate professor, PhD Jens Troelsen
Relationship between neighbourhood built environment, school environment and physical activity level in adolescents - a multicomponent intervention study.
7 November 2013
     
PhD student:
Supervisor:
Title:
PhD defence:
  Lars Breum Skov Christiansen, MSc
Associate professor, PhD Jens Troelsen
School physical environment: Implications for adolescent active transport and physical fitness.
3 November 2013