Kommende 5 dager

i dag okt.
Tid og sted: 15. okt. 2018 10:00 - 16. okt. 2018, Professorboligen

CAA Norges konferanse i 2018 holdes av Kulturhistorisk museum  mandag 15 – 16. oktober.

17 okt.
Tid og sted: 17. okt. 2018 16:15 - 17:30, Undervisningsrom 1, Georg Sverdrups hus, University of Oslo

What role does music play in sustainability transformations? Why are more people not singing, drumming, strumming, tapping, or playing tunes about climate change?

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Tid: 23. okt. 2018 12:00 - 25. okt. 2018 15:00

AdaptationCONNECTS is heavily involved in the 5th Nordic Conference on Climate Change Adaptation, Norrköping, Sweden 23-25 October 2018. 

Tid og sted: 24. okt. 2018 18:30 - 25. okt. 2018 16:00, University of Oslo

How do we imagine the future human species?

Tid og sted: 25. okt. 2018 11:00 - 17:00, Blindern

Noncommutative geometry aims to use geometric insight in studying phenomena that are beyond the reach of classical geometry and analysis, using functional analysis and algebra as primary rigorous tools. Over the years it has been applied to a variety of problems, from index theory for foliations, to the Novikov conjecture, quantum Hall effect, standard model, analysis on quantum groups, and many more. The goal of the one-day seminar is to use the opportunity provided by the visit of Adam Rennie from Australia to report on recent advances in the area. Another goal is to strengthen ties between the operator algebra groups in Oslo and Trondheim.

The seminar is part of the project "Pure Mathematics in Norway, 2018-2022", supported by the Bergen Research Foundation and the Tromsø Research Foundation.     

Tid og sted: 25. okt. 2018 12:00 - 13:00, Fellesareal i 2.etasje, HHH

Fredrik Engelstad, emeritus ved Institutt for sosiologi og samfunnsgeografi, skal snakke om institusjonell endring i et demokratisk samfunn. Velkommen!

Portaits
Tid og sted: 26. okt. 2018 - 27. okt. 2018, Georg Sverdrups hus, University of Oslo

Honorary guest and speaker: Holberg Prize Winner and Professor Julia Kristeva, Université Paris Diderot. Key note speakers:  Professor Marie Rose Moro, Université Paris Descartes, Professor Brian Hurwitz, King's College London and Professor Trish Greenhalgh, University of Oxford.

Roundtable discussion chaired by Brandy Schillace, Editor-in-chief of BMJ’s Medical Humanities Journal (London). Commentary to Julia Kristeva's lecture by Prof. Rosemarie Garland-Thomson (Emory University).