The 25-29 of November 2019 is the time for the sixth conference and workshop in the LASI network. Olivier Galland from GEO-PGP and The Njord Centre is the main organiser of the conference, which gather geoscientists from all the world. Venue is Malargüe in Argentina.
In a photo competition on PhD-day, hosted by The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and the Science Library on October 18, Njord's Ole Rabbel won 2. place for his picture of a fieldtrip to Svalbard.
Professor Eirik Grude Flekkøy of Njord and PoreLab has just had two papers published in the Norwegian popular science journal Fra Fysikkens verden (The world of physics).
Together with the astronomer Jane X. Luu, Njord and PoreLab UiO professors Eirik Grude Flekkøy and Renaud Toussaint, may have identified the solar system's largest dust bunny.
The Kristine Bonnevie travel stipend is awarded to excellent young PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and researchers to encourage international mobility.
This fall Njord welcomes associate professor Luca Menegon, post doctoral fellow Fabian Barras, and doctoral research fellows Joachim Falck Brodin, Zakarias Laberg and Vidar Skogvoll.
We are happy to announce that a photograph taken by Njord's researcher Olivier Galland is featured as the cover of the most recent issue of GeoExPro.
Former Njord PhD-candidate, Audun Skaugen, receives His Majesty the King's Gold Medal.The medal will be awarded at a prize ceremony at the annual celebration of the University of Oslo on September 2st.
NJORD is happy to welcome new postdoctoral fellow, Gaute Linga, to the center.
Njord's annual report for 2018 has finally arrived!
Njord has announced a new postdoctoral research fellowship in computational physics. The appointment is a fulltime position and is made for a period of up to four years.
The cross-disiplinary group EarthFlows has been granted an extension for the period as a research Group. This means financing for Three more Doctoral Research Fellow- or Postdoctoral Research Fellow-positions, between 2019 and 2022.
The students at Department of Geosciences has made their verdict. In December last year Njord-director, prof. Bjørn Jamtveit, was presented with the "Lecturer of the year 2018"-award by The Geosciences Subject Committee.
Both prof. Anders Malthe-Sørenssen and Doctoral Research Fellow Joanna Dziadkowiec have been granted Fripro-funding from NFR for their projects. As the overall success rate for applications for funding from NFR this round was at only 3 %, we are thrilled that Njord's successrate was 33 %!