In Norway, the parliamentary process has resulted in a broad public debate on what consequences an affiliation with the EU’s energy union and the energy agency ACER may have for Norwegian resource management.
UiO:Energy and Department of Political Science welcomes you to an Energy lecture on the Energy Security on Europe. This lecture introduces the newly published book ‘Energy Security in Europe: Divergent Perceptions and Policy Challenges edited by Kacper Szulecki from department of political science, UiO.
There will be served a simple breakfast before the lecture so we appreciate if you register for attendance.
UiO:Energy, Subsea Valley and Inven2 welcome you to Forskningsparken, UiO for an afternoon of interesting insights into the lastest technology development and engineering projects of regional industry, and research focus of some of UiO’s most cutting edge scientists.
Akademiets utvalg for klima, miljø og ressursbruk inviterer til møte mandag 20. november kl. 18-20. Møtet er det fjerde i en serie på fire hvor ulike sider ved klimaproblematikken tas opp.
The São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) and The Research Council of Norway inviteT researchers and policy makers to discuss scientific research regarding solar energy in Brazil and Norway and its challenges, including materials technology and solar energy systems
Klimaendringer er en av vår tids største utfordringer. Basert på egen og andres forskning vil Edward Miguel diskutere hvordan ekstreme klimaendringer påvirker økonomien.
We are pleased to invite you to the next event of the Cities & Society seminar series: What Need for Southern Theory of Cities? by Alan Mabin.
Welcome to the Design History Society Annual Conference 2017. Call for papers: Deadline for submission of abstracts: 20 January 2017.
The suppliers to the oil and gas on the Norwegian continental shelf as innovators during the 2014-2017 industry downturn.
Applications to photovoltaic silicon coatings and magnetic proximity effect. By Atle Jorstad Qviller, former postdoc at IFE Kjeller Physics Department
As we continue to push towards urbanization, cities are increasingly the primary strategic ground for resolving some of the most pressing challenges of the 21st century.
This seminar explores the possibilities of building research in the field of Environmental Humanities at HF. Professor Karen Thornber from Harvard University and Professor Bryan Tilt from Oregon State University will present their experiences from organizing research in this field.
Scholars from HF will give brief presentations of ongoing research related to environmental and climate change at HF.
The seminar is open for all and includes lunch. Binding registration by 16th of May.
Title: Giving New Life to Materials for Energy, the Environment and Medicine
Prof. Dr. Michèle Knodt from the Darmstadt University of Technology will present the paper 'Perceptions of the EU’s Global Energy Governance in the light of the Paris agreement on Climate Change' at the ARENA Tuesday Seminar on 2 May 2017.
Fabio Pierella: numerical modeling of offshore wind turbines
The energy transition and the role of universities: The importance of transcisciplinarity in breaking barriers.
UiO:Energy and the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters invite you to an open seminar on: The future of science – focusing on how to create a knowledge-based and innovative society. Emphasis will be given to how to link excellence and societal relevance, recognizing their deep and pervasive intertwining.
M.Phil. Torben Kenea Mideksa at Department of Economics will defend the thesis "Leading for the Common Good" for the Ph.D degree.
Cand.Polit. Hanne Cecilie Geirbo at the Department of Informatics will be defending her dissertation for the degree of Ph.D:
“Crafting connections – practices of Infrastructuring
An ethnographic study of developing a village electricity grid in Bangladesh”
We would like to invite everyone who may be interested in applications of noble gas signatures in environmental sciences and monitoring schemes to an open seminar hosted by UiO and the “ICO2P”-project group, in conjunct with the SUCCESS/NCCS FME and UiO:Energy.
FNI, NIFU and TIK are hosting a seminar on the EU's bioeconomy and biofuels policies. How have these policies developed over time, and what are the major conflicts looking ahead?
The production of concrete is responsible for about 6% of global CO2 emissions, and radical changes in construction material production are needed in order to make substantial reductions in the environmental footprint of the construction industry.
Florian Kern from SPRU will give a talk about the issue of the “protective space” for niche innovations. During his talk he will draw on 6 low carbon innovation case studies from the UK and the Netherlands.