Lars Holm Øgendal
X-ray and Neutron Science
Universitetsparken 5, 2100 København Ø, HCØ, Bygning: D306
C.V. for Lars Holm Øgendal
Born 1951 in Brande
1986: M.Sc. in physics (major) og mathematics (minor) from
University of Copenhagen.
1993: Ph.D. in Biophysics from The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural
University (KVL) - now University of Copenhagen.
1986-1988: Research assistant at Department of Meat Technology and Process Engineering, KVL.
1988-1992: PhD student/ Research assistant at Department of Mathematics and Physics, KVL.
1992-1996: Research assistant (from January 95 assistant professor) at Center for Food Research, KVL
1997-2012: Associate professor (tenure from 1 January 2000) at Department of Mathematics and Physics, KVL (later, Department of Basic Sciences and Environment, University of Copenhagen).
2012-now: Associate professor at The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
2000-2002: Part time employment as Research Scientist at Torsana Diabetes Diagnostics. Part time leave of absence from KVL.
2001-2008: Member of the Study Committee for Veterinary Science.
2016-now: Member of the Study Committee for Physics, Chemistry and Nanoscience
Teaching at KVL/University of Copenhagen:
Courses where I am/was course coordinator (course reponsible):
1994-1995: Process Engineering
1997-now: Biophysics (for students of agronomy and biology/biotehchnolgy)
2000-2007: Veterinary Biophysics (not 2006).
2012-2015: Veterinary Biophysics (not 2006).
2005-2007: Molecular Biophysics.
2008-now: Climate, Weather and Plants.
2016-now: Food Physics.
Courses where I was not the course coordinator:
1989-1991: Veterinary Biophysics
1993: Veterinary Biophysics
1992-2004: Molecular Biophysics
1992-2005: Physical Methods in Biology
2006: Chemistry (Biophysics module)
2009+2016: Climate Management
2011+2013: Plant Polysaccharides: Biology, Structure and Applications
2014-now : Advanced Carbohydrate Technologies
2015-now : Food colloids
2016: Food Chemistry
2011: PhD course, FOOD PROTEINS: Significance, Reactions and Modifications
Other teaching activities outside Faculty of Life Sciences:
2007-2008: Structural Tools in Nano Science
Regularly teaching on cross institutional PhD courses:
Methods in Soft Materials Science
2005: "Teacher of the Year"-prize awarded by the students at KVL
2019: "The Jens Martin Knudsen teaching prize
2019: "The Faculty of Science teacher of the Year"-prize
Married to Cathrine Blicher. Four children, born 1976, 1978, 1982 and 1994