The Circle U: ICUP Evaluation Panel has selected the "VIKINGS: Volcanic Eruptions and Their Impacts on Climate, Environment and Viking Society from 500 to 1250 Common Era" research project as one of the three Circle U. ICUP 2022 award recipients!
The Centre for Earth Evolution and Dynamics is pleased to announce our series "The Wilson Cycle." The four videos follow CEED researchers to western Norway where they share insights into this fundamental process that explains the formation of oceans and mountains, and more. Every two weeks we release a new video below and via our YouTube channel.
Nora Holden and Maren Bruflodt Løge, tell their experience.
In 12-22 September 2022 there will be held a 5 credits UArctic summer school about; Environmental monitoring in the Arctic. It is a PhD course but motivated MSc students can also apply. The course is given by University of Aarhus, with field work and most of the teaching at University of Oulu (Uleåborg), Finland.
Professor Emeritus Olav Eldholm died on March 18, 80 years old.
The GeoWednesday seminar entitled 'VIKINGS - Volcanic Eruptions and their Impacts on Climate, Environment, and Viking Society in 500-1250 CE', was presented by Kirstin Krüger for a full audience in The Science Library@UiO, 16. March 2022. She presented exciting multidisciplinary results, and a tree core sample found in the Raknehaugen burial mound showing bad years of growth around the volcanic winter year 536.
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.
Researcher Mathew Domeier from CEED and the Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for his research project on an enigmatic and dynamic era in the Earth's prehistory. The scholarship from the European Research Council (ERC) gives him the opportunity to build up the research team he needs.
Two professors at the Dept of Geosciences, University of Oslo 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.