Sem Sælands vei 24
Jan Svennevig from the Institutt for lingvistiske og nordiske studier at the UiO, will tell us more about how to understand each other in a second language.
Eivind Nicolai Lauritsen (Aftenposten Viten) will give you a primer in how to present your work to the broader public – and more importantly, make you understand why you should.
David Fonseca Mota from the Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics at UiO will present us his work.
Susan Braovac (Kulturhistorisk museum, UiO) will present us...
Elen Roaldset from the Natural History Museum at the UiO will tell us more about the Oslo's Opera house...
Alexander Bürger (Meteorological institute, Oslo, Norway) will present us his work done with his colleagues L. Andresen, G. Kielland, P-O. Kjensli, J-M. Lepioufle, Ø. Lie, O.E. Tveito and K. Ødemark.
Unni Vik from the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis at the UiO will present us her work on bacteries and CO2.
Dag Kristian Dysthe (UiO, PGP) will tell us about:
"Concrete and sedimentary rocks, bringing PGP geology to industrial technology. Celebrating a new Marie Curie ITN coordinated by UiO"
Louis Renaud from INL Lyon, France (email@example.com) will give a seminar on soft-Lithography and Xurography for Microfluidics.
Elina Melteig will present us her work done in the context of the International Genetically Engineered Machine competition (iGEM).
Bjørn Jamtveit and other project leaders in PGP will say few words each about their reserch projects. Since many new peple started lately, this will be also the occasion for people to meet and get to know each other.
Christoph Breitkreuz from the Univeristy of Freiberg, Germany will give a seminar on Spherulite and lithophysae – High temperature crystallisation domains in SiO2-rich volcanic rocks.
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Jørn Hurum, associate professor at the Natural History Museum at the University of Oslo, will tell us about his experiences with high-profile science communication and his very recent paleontological Science Slam Sonic Explorer video.
Andreas Våvang Solbrå, master student in the computational physics group, will tell us about some exiting new developments in signal acquisition.
Trond Torsvik will talk about quality in research.
Jessica Lönn-Stensrud, from the Department of Oral Biology and the Science Library at UiO, will tell us about how bacteria communicate with each other.
In the second and last part of our series on carbon capture and storage, Anne Bergsaker, PhD student at PGP, will talk about the storage of CO2 in geological formations.
As part 1 of our two part series on carbon capture and storage, Arne Joakim Bunkan, PhD student at the Department of Chemistry, will tell us about a promising technology for carbon capture.
Jørgen Trømborg will discuss strengths and weaknesses of the most common reference managers.
Carl Henrik Gørbitz will tell us about the most amazing chemical on Earth.
Einar Uggerud, professor at the Department of Chemistry, will present new experimental evidence on how CO2 dissolves in water.