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Practical work like laboratory work and fieldwork is integrated parts of many science educational programmes. However what do students learn through practical work?, and is it the same in different types of practical work?
Ph.d.-kandidat Petter Langlete ved Farmasøytisk institutt, Det matematisk-naturvitenskapelige fakultet, vil forsvare avhandlingen "Isolation of bacterial vesicles and characterisation of their genetic cargo" for graden Philosophiae Doctor.
Late Lunch Talk by Kristina Øie Kvile
Haakon Bakka (formerly Computer Electrical Mathematical Science and Engineering Division, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, KSA, from 01.02.2020 Department of Mathematics, University of Oslo) will give a talk on February 25th at 14:15 in the Erling Sverdrups plass, Niels Henrik Abels hus, 8th floor.
S. Pete Worden
Executive Director of the Breakthrough Initiatives
Hosted by Stephanie Werner & Brit Lisa Skjelkvåle
By Geir Ottersen, Institute of Marine Research and CEES, Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo
Karen Crowther is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium Series. Crowther is Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas at the University of Oslo. She specializes in the philosophy of science and the philosophy of physics. Crowther is interested in the nature of fundamental physical theories, as well as the idea of emergent physics, and the relationship between these different `levels’ of description. Much of her research has focused on effective field theory, spacetime and quantum gravity. Crowther's current project explores the roles of principles and other non-empirical guides to scientific theory construction and evaluation. In particular, she is looking at the different non-empirical guides involved in the search for quantum gravity. Before coming to Oslo, Crowther was a postdoc at the University of Geneva and University of Pittsburgh. She received her PhD from the University of Sydney.
The seminar is open for everyone!
Kirsten Ullbæk Selvig fra Samferdselsdepartementet presenterer i dette foredraget internasjonale perspektiver på luftrommet og det ytre rom, og vår økende avhengighet av satellittinfrastruktur i form av GNSS / GPS. Kunne denne infrastrukturen bryte sammen, og i hvilken grad er vi forberedt hvis det skulle skje? Alle interesserte er velkommen. Foredraget er på engelsk.
Effekter av eksponering for bisfenol A på juvenil torsk (Gadus morhua)
The PhD completion seminar is a full day seminar for PhD candidates at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences supporting them in the final period of writing the popular scientific summary, preparing for and executing the trial lecture and defence.
The Solar Lunch for February 2020 will feature a presentation by Juan Carlos Martínez Oliveros on results from Parker Solar Probe.
"Immunterapi i behandling av inflammatoriske tarmsykdommer". Prøveforelesning til førsteamanuensisstilling i farmakologi.
From Cardiff University, UK
Hosted by Ágnes Király
In 1823 Niels Henrik Abel published a paper with title "Oplösning af et par opgaver ved hjelp af bestemte integraler," (Solution of a couple of problems by means of definite integrals), Magazin for Naturviden-skaberne, Aargang I, Bind 2, Christiania, which did not appear in French translation until 1881. Here he presented a complete framework for fractional-order calculus with appropriate notation for non-integer-order integration and differentiation. This seems to have been unknown until discussed in Podlubny, Magin, Trymorush, "Niels Henrik Abel and the birth of fractional calculus," Fractional Calculus and Applied Analysis, pp. 1068-1075, 2017.
I will give an introduction to non-integer order calculus and Abel's derivation of it. This will be done by going through his 1823 paper showing how he assumes a generalization of both Cauchy's formula for repeated integration and the fundamental theorem of calculus. In addition I will show how fractional calculus can be used to derive fractional-order partial differential wave equations. They have solutions with power-law attenuation which matches measurements in the complex media of medical ultrasound and elastography as well as in sediment acoustics and seismics.
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Karin Lind, Stockholm University, Sweden.
By Michael Briga from University of Turku, Finland. Note the time: We start at 11.15.
Welcome to our GEOHYD Lunch Seminar Friday 28th of February @ 12:15 in Aud 2, The Geology building. The seminar is helt by Vittoria Capobianco, NGI.
Doctoral candidate Timo Klock at the Department of Informatics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, is defending the thesis Model-based function learning in high dimensions for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.