Department seminar. Stéphane Zuber is a researcher at CNRS and the Paris School of Economics. He will present a paper entitled "Integrated assessment of climate and population change: A first pass" co-authored by Antonin Pottier, Marc Fleurbaey, and Aurélie Méjean.
Do Indian cities offer women greater control over public spaces?
Ludometro is a jazz inspired band that started a year ago. Since then they have played at various festivals and arenas, including at Rockefeller (Oslo). Pianist Aksel Krystad and vocalist Guro Kverndokk will perform some jazz standards and self-written songs for us.
MusicLab Vol. 3 explores the phenomenon of rhythm - in music and in the body - all within MusicLab’s unique blend of research and edutainment through an intellectual warm-up with world-leading experts, music-dance performances and data jockeying with our house DJ and anyone else interested.
Department seminar. Lorenzo Caliendo is a Professor of Economics at the Yale University School of Management. He will present a paper entitled "Distortions and the Structure of the World Economy" co-authored by Fernando Parro and Aleh Tsyvinski.
This seminar is organized by STK in collaboration with Kilden kjønnsforksning.no og FOKUS - Forum for Women and Development.
In honour of the 11 beautiful oil paintings by Edvard Munch that cover the walls of the University Aula, a night with emerging young Norwegian talents performing music "inspired by Munch".
How are things interrelated? “What pattern connects the crab to the lobster,” muses anthropologist, philosopher, and systems theorist Gregory Bateson in this award-winning film, the making of filmmaker Nora Bateson’s tribute to her late father.
Interdisciplinary research within the life sciences is in demand, and more and more funding bodies requires collaboration among researchers from different disciplines. However, many reserachers find it hard to create truly interdisciplinary project which can create new areas of knowledge and new opportunities. In this panel conversation, the Sciences Studies Colloquium aims to promote a practical discussion on how to proceed if one wants to create good and truly interdisciplinary projects. We have invited four of the interdisciplinary projects that were selected to be Convergence Environments in the last call to tell about their process.
Admired for her musicality and the subtle tone of her powerful voice, soprano Lise Davidsen is conquering the operatic world today, singing the greatest Strauss and Wagnerian roles in the most prestigious opera houses across Europe.
ESOP seminar. Ingar Haaland is a PHD candidate at NHH - Norwegian School of Economics. He will present a paper entitled "Beliefs about Racial Discrimination: Representative Evidence" co-authored by Christopher Roth.
Department seminar. Federica Coelli is a researcher at UiO . She will present a paper entitled "Trade policy uncertainty and innovation: evidence from China".
El Muro became known for the Norwegian television audience during the final of Norwegian Talents in May 2018 with the dance couple Cyrena & Steinar. They mix traditional Argentine tango with elements of jazz and modern music, and are known for their distinctive musical expression and a solid dose of energy on stage.
Why and how are the lives of different beings valued differently? To what extent do ideas about embodiment and capability impact upon this attribution or denial of value?
Department seminar. Balázs Szentes is a Professor at the London School of Economics. He will present a paper entitled "Optimal Monitoring Design" co-authored by George Georgiadis.
(Still) A Modern Prometheus: The enduring appeal of Frankenstein. Why has this novel fascinated us for 200 years?
Thomas Hanke EVP, Head of Academic Partnerships at Evotec AG will share his insights on successful models for academia–industry collaboration and lessons learned from evaluating and advancing early stage academic innovations into successful industry projects. He will also introduce Evotec’s BRIDGE concept.
A modern Cannibal Tale: This film is the story of an aged anthropologist and artist who returns to The Amazon and Papua New Guinea to meet friends he has not seen for 40 years, after having spent intense time with them and being absent for so long.
Tellusdagen 2018: Lecture by Richard Fortey, Natural History Museum, London.
Department seminar. Caroline Paunov is Senior Economist and Head of Secretariat for the OECD Working Party on Innovation and Technology Policy (TIP) at the Directorate for Science, Technology, and Innovation of the OECD. She will present a paper entitled "The economic impact of the digital transformation".
What can peace look like in Syria, seven years after the revolution that ended up as a devastating civil war?
University of Oslo, November 6th and 7th
The workshop is open to all, but please register to email@example.com.