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  • Njord Seminar Series fall '21 18. aug. 2021

    We are delighted to cordially invite you to Njord Seminar Series for the fall semester of 2021.

  • Image may contain: Person, Forehead, Nose, Hair, Cheek. Joachim Falck Brodin awarded Martin Landrø prize for his master thesis 8. juli 2021

    The Norwegain Physics Community awarded Joachim Falck Brodin the Martin Landrø Prize for outstanding work on his master thesis. Joachim is currently a PhD with PoreLab at Njord, continuing on the work he did on his master thesis with PoreLab.

  • 197706592_326641058867221_3380162019843436947_n An artistic journey through PoreLab in the heart of Oslo 8. juni 2021

    We are delighted to announce that the PoreLab Art Exhibition has finally arrived in the streets of Oslo!

  • Image may contain: Clothing, Forehead, Face, Nose, Cheek. Tom Vincent-Dospital awarded with PhD-prize 7. mai 2021

    Tom Vincent-Dospital has done remarkable research during his time as a PhD, and this has now been recognized by the University of Strasbourg who have awarded him with the PhD prize for 2020. He delivered his PhD thesis the fall of 2020 as a collaboration between the University of Strasbourg and PoreLab at the University of Oslo.

  • Two figures, one showing a grey rectangular box standing vertical, and on the top and on the bottom it is crossed by two light brown rectangular boxes lying horizontally. On the right side is a grey box containing smaller dots. "Magnetic Janssen effect" in Nature Communications 4. mai 2021

    A team from the Physics Laboratory of the ENS of Lyon in collaboration with the Porelab Center of Excellence of the University of Oslo in the framework of Louison Thorens's co-supervised PhD and the CNRS International Research Project (D-FFRACT), were recently able to demonstrate a "magnetic Janssen effect" with the emergence of a radial force along the walls due to the confinement, whose amplitude and direction are determined by the applied magnetic field. The studies have now been published in prestigious Nature Communications.