Sem Sælands vei 24
by Vera Schlindwein (Alfred Wegner Institute, Bremen).
by Harald Throne-Holst from National Institute for Consumer Research (SIFO).
Sebastian Westermann from the Department of Geosciences (UiO) will talk about:
Permafrost in a Changing Climate
Adam Robertson from the Oslo University Hospital will be delivering a talk about:
Molecular Effects of the 5-hydroxymethylcytosine DNA Modification
Co-authors: Julia Robertson, Dorota Kororska, Anika Reifschneider, and Adam Robertson
Steffi Burchardt (Associate Professor, Uppsala University) will give a talk about laccoliths:
Laccoliths are magmatic intrusions with an upward-curved roof and two end-member geometries: the so-called Christmas tree and the punched laccolith. In my talk, I will give an overview of laccolith emplacement with examples from the Henry Mountains, Utah, and Elba Island, Italy, before reporting on field work and first results of ongoing research on laccolith emplacement in the cougar-rich Chachahuén volcano. This research is part of the DIPS and MIMES projects.
Johan Storm (Institute of basic medical sciences, UiO) will talk about the work he does in the "brain signaling" group. His group is interested in signaling and information processing in the brain at multiple levels, from synapses, neurons and circuits, to control of behavior and mental processes, in particular consciousness and memory.
“Understanding consciousness has become the ultimate intellectual challenge of this new millennium” S. Dehaene & J.P. Changeux, 2004
“Consciousness is the major unsolved problem in biology” Francis Crick, 2004.
Viktoriya Yarushina (IFE) will give a talk on "Fluid flow in shales from experimental and theoretical perspective"
Yuri Galperin (Professor emeritus, Condensed matter physics, AMKS, UiO) will give a seminar in order to help us on (tentative plan) 1. How to write a referee report on a submission? 2. How to respond to referee's remarks (sometimes stupid)? 3. How to evaluate a grant application?
Thi Thuy Luu (UiO, PGP) will talk about HBV (Buskerud and Vestfold University CollegeTønsberg, Norway) lab facilities. She will also talk about her PhD work that she did there about "Solid liquid interdiffusion (SLID) wafer-level bonding for MEMS packaging".
This wine seminar reports on a field expedition/worskhop in the northern Patagonian Andes that involved 8 PGP people. The menu of the presentation is: volcanoes, amazing geology, stunning landscape, condors, gauchos and… Asado!!! The presenters are, so far and not in order: - Olivier - Maya (to confirm) - Alban - Frank - Håvard.
Felix Ritort (Facultat de Física, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain and Ciber-BBN of Biomaterials and Nanomedicine, ISCIII, Madrid, Spain) will talk about his research on statisical physics tools applied to single molecule experiments in biophysics.
Bjarte Aarseth (The viking ship museum, Museum of Cultural History, UiO) will present us his work on 3D scanning and digital visualisation of Vikingship and Norwegian icons.
Are you also curious to know what research is brewing on the other side of the hall in PGP-AMKS group? Please join us to listen to short talks by our new colleagues, and to look at some posters!
Andreas Carlson (Dept of Mathematics, UiO) will present us his work.
Erik Fooladi (Høgskulen i Volda) will talk about food, gastronomy and sciences.
* Note that the seminar will exceptionnaly be at 14:15! *
David Fonseca Mota from the Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics at UiO will present us his work. He comes for the second time in our group, and he will present us the second part of his talk (see the complete summary under).
Endre Joachim Mossige (Mathematic Department, UiO/Trilobite Microsystems, Kristiansand, Norway), will present us some aspects of his PhD work.
Talk by François Renard (ISTerre, Univ. Grenoble Alpes & PGP, UiO) in relation with the EarthFlow project, but addressed to a broad audience.
Thema 1 of the EarthFlow project will be presented by Olivier Galland (PGP, UiO), Atle Jensen (Department of Mathematics, UiO) and Martin Dabrowski (PGP, UiO).
Are you also curious to know what research is brewing on the other side of the hall in PGP-AMKS group? We are launching a new Friday seminar event, the Poster Friday, with the first time coming Friday. Please join us, where we kick off this first session with posters involving flow in porous media, microfluidics, visco-elasticity and many things more!
Yi Jing Phua (Postdoctoral Research Fellow at PGP, UiO) will present us her work on biodegradable polymers.
Kim Sneppen (Niels Bohr Institute, Univ of Copenhagen) will give a talk in relation with the EarthFlow project, but addressed to a broad audience.
Felix Kohler, postdoc at the Condensed matter physic group (UiO), will give a talk.