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We need the extreme capabilities of the European Solar Telescope in order to fully understand the role of spicules in the mass transport and heating of the outer solar atmosphere.
The 34. Nordic Geological Winter Meeting (NGWM20) was held 8-10. January 2020 at the University of Oslo. For the first time it was a own session for "Geoeducation" on the programme. With over 50 participants this was well visited. Here are some photos.
Earth’s relief is in continuous change; mountains are eroded by wind and water, the valleys, seas and oceans are filling up with the scoured sediments, and the continents get thinner or thicker during these processes. But this is not all! Deep down, sometimes hundred of kilometres from the surface, much slower forces at work carving the continents upside down. New work published in Nature Communications reveals just that for Africa!
'Seminar on novel probes and Ai technology for brain-machine interfaces'
We are excited to announce two seminars on January 16th and the defense of Alessio Buccino on the 17th, all in Bikuben, Kristine Bonnevies' hus, Blindern.
The Rosseland Centre for Solar physics continues growing and attracting young, talented researchers. Get to know four new PhD students at the beginning of their scientific ventures.
The 34th Nordic Geological Winter Meeting (NGWM20) was opened Wednesday 8th January. The Geological Society of Norway is organizer with Dept. of Geosciences, NHM and The Science Library as contributors. Venue is University of Oslo, Blindern. The conference is fully-packed.
The Department of Geosciences receives funding for six new projects from the Fri prosjektstøtte / FRIPRO program from the Research Council of Norway (NFR). This was announced December 18 last year. A total of three research projects as well as three projects in the "Young Research Talents" category are supported.
Christmas came early for Associate Professor Jess McBeck who received a research grant from the Research Council of Norway.
UiO:Life Science will fund 40 educational summer research projects for students between April and September 2020. Students currently enrolled in a bachelor, master or relevant professional degree program at the University of Oslo are eligible to apply. The first 100 students have already applied, and further applications will not be accepted this year.
UiO:Life Science will fund educational summer research projects for 40 students between April and September 2020 for students currently enrolled in a bachelor, master or relevant professional degree program at UiO. We now invite you to suggest projects for one or two students. The application deadline is 31 January 2019.
We are happy that Jing Wei from China joined CBA! Learn more about her below.
The programme for Research Bazaar is ready. Several workshops on digital skills and tools important for modern-day research are held at UiO on the 8th-10th of January.
Solar physicists have uncovered how the Sun’s magnetic waves strengthen and grow as they emerge from its surface.
Leaving today, 6th of December, Adriano Mazzini a researcher from GEO/CEED/UIO will be part of the 35th Italian expedition to the Dry Valleys of Antartica. Permafrost in the Dry Valleys store huge amounts of greenhouse gasses.
After ten months spent at the provisory offices at Ullevål Stadium, the astrophysicists are back to Svein Rosseland’s house, and all together celebrate the inauguration of the new premises for Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics, one of the nine Centers for Excellence at UiO.
Position as PhD Research Fellow available at the Department of Biosciences.
Gaute Einevoll has started a new podcast called "Vett og vitenskap".
We are happy to announce that You-Ren Wang from Taiwan joined CBA! Learn more about him below.
Friday 22. Nov. was the Else-Ragnhild Neumann Award for Women in Geosciences awarded for the second time. The award goes to a woman who through her Ph.D. or postdoctoral work has made a significant contribution to geoscientific research. The award is presented by CEED and the Dept. of Geosciences, UiO, and it was Andreia Plaza-Faverola, UiT, who became the award winner for 2019.
Professor of geophysics Trond H. Torsvik from CEED and the Department of Geosciences, and Professor II of meteorology Michael Schultz, the GEO-department and The Norwegian Meteorological Institute appear on the Web of Science Group's list over global highly cited researchers. The list is based on citation on the 1 % top articles by field for 2008-18.
Several of Norway’s legal experts on CCS deployment took to the podium at the Science Libray on Thursday 14.11.19 at the “Outside the BoCCS” seminar. The seminar was streamed, find the link here.
With the advent of the 4-m European Solar Telescope, the surface of the Sun will be observed with unprecedented detail. Such measurements will help us understand the twisting motions responsible for the generation of vortex flows and waves that propagate higher up in the solar atmosphere.
– Join us as a crater detective!
A new online knowledge resource “Large, round structures in Norwegian nature” is developed by researchers at the Dept. of Geosciences.
We are happy that Nico Valiente Parra from Spain joined CBA! Learn more about him below.
The 25-29 of November 2019 is the time for the sixth conference and workshop in the LASI network. Olivier Galland from GEO-PGP and The Njord Centre is the main organiser of the conference, which gather geoscientists from all the world. Venue is Malargüe in Argentina.