Guest lectures and seminars
Prof. Fernando Alvarez
Emeritus Arnt Inge Vistnes, Fysisk institutt, UiO.
Associate Professor Fredrik S. Hage, the Structure Physics section
Professor Justin William Wells, the Semiconductor physics section, UiO
Prof. Dr. Sergey V. Ketov
Tokyo Metropolitan University and Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, The University of Tokyo, Japan.
Senior Engineer Sigrid Rønneberg, Justervesenet (The Norwegian Metrology Service)
By Professor Michele K. Dougherty
Department of Physics, the Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College London
By Professor In-Hwan Lee
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
By Elin Melby from Inven2, and Prof. Ørjan G. Martinsen from UiO
By Dr. Theodossis A.Theodossiou,
Dept. of Radiation Biology, Institute for Cancer Research, Radium Hospital, Oslo University Hospital.
By this year's Birkeland lecturer, professor Tuija I. Pulkkinen
Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
By Professor Wojciech Miloch, Plasma and space physics, UiO
By Professor Eirik Grude Flekkøy, PoreLab, UiO
Talk by professor at Harvard University, Lene Hau, winner of the Olav Thon Foundation International Research Award 2019.
By Prof. Stephanie C. Werner, Center for Earth Evolution and Dynamics (CEED), UiO
The OSCAR detector array, a national infrastructure at the cyclotron laboratory, will be officially opened January 31 by the Minister of Research and Higher Education.
University of Bologna and INFN, Italy
"Enrico Fermi" Historical Museum of Physics and Centre for Study and Research – Centro Fermi, Rome, Italy
It is time to fasten your seat belt and get ready for a brief introduction to aircraft flight!
By airline captain Stig Patey, Norwegian Air Shuttle
Lund, Sweden, will soon host two of the most advanced particle accelerators for photon and neutron science, MAX IV - an electron synchrotron, and the European Spallation Source - a high power proton linac. This double seminar (25 + 25 min) will give an overview of both facilities, covering the complementarity of the two facilities as well as the accelerator science challenges. The seminar is suited for students as well as staff.
Talk given by David R. Nelson, Lyman Laboratory, Harvard University.
From Birkeland’s Gun to Cosmic Accelerators.
Electromagnetic and Electrostatic Wave Acceleration of Matter.
Professor Rickard Lundin, Swedish Institute of Space Physics.
Leave the lunch box at home - the "Felleskollokvium" is back.
The Strategic Research Initiatives DIATECH and REALOMICS will present status and their plans for the future.