Professor of meteorology Trude Storelvmo is one of two from the Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo awarded the ERC Consolidator Grant announced recently. With that, she will receive millions from the European Research Council (ERC) for several years to come.
Two CompSci supervisors, professors at the Department of Geosciences, have recently been appointed to membership and positions within academia. Joseph LaCasce is admitted to The Norwegian Scientific Academy for Polar Research, and Andreas Kääb is appointed to a position in Circle-U – a network for European university collaboration.
On December 02-03 2021, CompSci and dScience PhD candidates participated in their first PhD Programme Seminar.
Fyhn uses many practical examples to show what the theoretical knowledge can be used for, also further in working life, according to her students.
On September 27 2021, CompSci PhD candidates, their supervisors and people involved in the CompSci project met at Georg Sverdrups hus to celebrate the start of the CompSci Doctoral Programme.
The new CompSci doctoral initiative has now announced its first 16 PhD positions across the entire Faculty.
The Faculty of Mathematical and Natural Sciences at the University of Oslo (UiO) was recently granted a € 2.6 million MSCA COFUND project – TraCS, training in computational science – to fund 32 PhD-students in a program that provides young, talented researchers with the computational and data science skills needed to transform research and innovation across Europe.
Together with five strong partners, the University of Oslo has been awarded EU funding for a project that will generate new knowledge about transferable skills while also laying the foundation for a future university alliance.