The University of Oslo continues the proud tradition of concerts with young musicians in the University Hall in our magnificent building at Karl Johan. March 22nd is the second concert in the series.
Alan Love is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Minnesota and the director of the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science. His research focuses on conceptual issues in biology.
Professor Gary Herrigel from the University of Chicago will talk about the process of Chinese manufacturing upgrading and how this process, a historical success, has involved a transformation and industrial learning Dynamics.
Participants: Espen Larsen, Angela Morelli and Bjørn Samset Moderator: Mari Mjaaland
The first lady of Iceland Eliza Reid visits UiO to discuss the gendered workplace of 2017. Mímir Kristjánsson, news editor of Klassekampen, moderates the debate.
International conference in Oslo 20-21 March, 2017, organized by UiO:Nordic, a strategic initiative at the University of Oslo.
ESOP seminar. Anna Tompsett is an Assistant Professor at Stockholm University. She will present a paper entitled "Community Participation in Decision-Making Evidence from an experiment in safe drinking water provision in Bangladesh", co-authored by Malgosia Madajewicz, and Ahasan Habib.
Open lecture with Oliver Stuenkel: The Rise of “Non-Western” Powers in Global Governance: Challengers or Saviors of Global Order?
What are Brazil's prospects for economic and political recovery?
Centre for Digital Life Norway hosts its first annual research and innovation conference in Oslo.
Department seminar. Jon Strand is a Professor of Economics at UiO. He will present the research project "Economic valuation of rainforest cover changes in the Brazilian Amazon".
The Fagerborg Festival 2017 is a celebration of art history and music where old art is made contemporary and alive in its meeting with art created here and now. The festival is organized by young musicians just starting their professional career.
Speaker: Harald Binder, Professor, Institute of Medical Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, University Medical Center, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany.
Department seminar. Venky Venkateswaran is an Assistant Professor of Economics at NYU. He will present a paper entitled "Capital Misallocation: Frictions or Distortions?", co-authored by Joel M. David.
What are the consequences when ethnic movements and global humanitarian actors take opposing stances on reproductive health?
Breakfast seminar with Jennifer Palmer.
No one writes about love and fear better than Joni Mitchell and Jan Eggum. But what do they have in common? This concert juxtaposes these two singer-songwriters and gives them a common musical expression to explore our human fear of love and other perceived dangers.
Are you interested in learning more about how ‘omics’ can learn us more about the interplay between genes, environment, and disease?
Open seminar with Ambra Serangeli, PhD student in Ancient philosophy . All students (esp. all freshers), staff members and other guests are warmly welcome
The Nordic Sounds research group aims to establish interfaculty and inter-departmental collaboration on issues dealing with music, sound, subjectivity, national and Nordic identity, culture, and social systems.
This seminar features presentations from two members of the group, who will discuss their current research projects. All welcome.
Department seminar. James Stock is the Harold Hitchings Burbank Professor of Political Economy at Harvard. He will present a paper entitled "Federal Coal Program Reform, the Clean Power Plan, and the Interaction of Upstream and Downstream Climate Policies", co-authored by Todd Gerarden and W. Spencer Reeder.
FNI, NIFU and TIK invite to a seminar on the EU Bioeconomy Strategy and EU biofuels policies. How have these policies developed over time? Who are the main policy actors and what are the main conflicts and challenges ahead? How do these EU policies play into the Norwegian Government’s recently adopted Bioeconomy Strategy?
Tomas Kåberger is professor in Energy and Environment at Chalmers Unviersity.
What is the way forward for universities? Leading representatives from academia and government in Norway and Europe will give their perspectives on university strategy and development.
ESOP seminar. Jaroslav Borovička is an Assistant Professor of Economics at New York University. He will present a paper entitled "Identifying ambiguity shocks in business cycle models using survey data", co-authored by Anmol Bhandri and Paul Ho.
Some of the world's leading experts on the Quran and Islam are coming to Scene HumSam on March 13 and 14 in conjunction with the release of the newest issue of Samtiden, which has the Quran as its main focus.
The violinists Hanna Nicoline Moland and Victoria Sørlie early discovered their common broad interest in music, not just classical. Today’s concert combines the girls’ diverse musical background and contains everything from barock gems to tango and pop music.