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  • Njord Seminar Series spring '22 10. jan. 2022

    We are delighted to cordially invite you to Njord Seminar Series for the spring semester of 2022.

  • A cross-section through the ground with purple layers between green (at the base) and brown at the top. A pipe pumps goes down into the purple layers. Above the layers there is water with a boat on. CO2Basalt: Flow and mineral sequestration of carbon dioxide in basalts offshore Norway 20. des. 2021

    A new Njord project CO2Basalt: Flow and mineral sequestration of carbon dioxide in basalts offshore Norway is set to receive two PhD positions and one Postdoc position starting in 2022. For industries that cannot avoid the production of carbon dioxide as a by-product, capture and geological storage of carbon dioxide is necessary for reaching net zero emissions. The project CO2Basalt will research the geological and physical conditions for mineral trapping and permanent storage of carbon dioxide within basalts of the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

  • CompSci logo to the left and njord logo to the right. Three PhD-candidates starting at Njord as part of the CompSci-project 9. des. 2021

    We are excited to announce that three of the new CompSci-positions have been filled by Anthony Val Camposano, Fahimeh Najafi, and Harish Pruthviraj Jain. The three candidates started in October and will be working with Njord during their PhD.

  • Blue dots on a black background and curly light blue lines extending from the bottom to the center of the background. M4: Mixing in Multiphase Flow through Microporous Media 1. des. 2021

    Njord is proud to announce that a new PoreLab/Njord project has been funded by the NFR Researcher Project for Young Talents! The project is called M4 and is a collaboration between PoreLab and the Njord Centre at the University of Oslo, and SINTEF Digital, Mathematics and Cybernetics. The project will study the mixing in multiphase flow through microporous media.

  • Blue and red clusters and dots on a green background. Integrated technologies for tracking organoid morphogenesis (ITOM) 25. nov. 2021

    The interdisciplinary project Integrated technologies for tracking organoid morphogenesis (ITOM) has been chosen as one of the new convergence environments funded by UiO:Life Science. The proposal received excellent reviews from the panel and the research group will include Njord professors Luiza Angheluta and Dag Kristian Dysthe.

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  • Njord Seminar with Kristina Dunkel 21. jan. 2022 14:00

    Njord Seminar with Kristina Dunkel (University of Oslo): Earthquakes in the lower crust - origins and consequences

  • A poster for a Njord seminar showing presenter, title, date, Njord seal, and Zoom link. Njord Seminar with Marcel Thielmann 28. jan. 2022 14:00

    Njord Seminar with Marcel Thielmann (University of Bayreuth): Crushed and fried: collaborative generation of deep earthquakes due to grain size reduction and shear heating