Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation (CET)

News archive for Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation (CET)

Haste is out now! The book is edited by CET researchers Håvard Haarstad, Jakob Grandin, Kristin Kjærås and Eleanor Johnson and is available for download - open access!
CET Lunches, conferences and breakfast meetings; here's an overview of our planned events for the semester.
Our associate professor Silje Kristiansen got accepted into UiB's career development program Momentum for 2023!
Welcome to our biennial interdisciplinary conference on the 17th and 18th of October, 2023. As in previous years, the conference with be held at The Literature House in Bergen. The overarching theme and call for abstracts will be announced in early 2023.
Join our dynamic research centre! PhD position on climate change in the media and public perception is now open for applicants. Application deadline: 1st of February.
Our research coordinator is going on parental leave, and we now seek a temporary to fill her shoes. Application deadline: October 25th!
Thea Gregersen defended her PhD "Climate change perceptions across Europe. From climate change beliefs to climate change mitigation behaviors" on September 23, 2022.
In my PhD, I explore the current state of and potential for collaboration in urban logistics.
Two positions related to CET are currently taking applications: An one year researcher position (extended deadline) and a three year position as PhD. Application deadline August 12th and 15th!
A one year full time position as research assistant at CET is available. Application deadline May 20th!
The CET Annual Report 2021 is now available for download. We are proud to share with you our activities and engagement in societal transformation from yet another pandemic year.
Congratulations to Devyn Remme who was awarded the prize for the most innovative master thesis in Human Geography for 2022!
NMBU will be leading the new PhD School Empowered Futures.
In this project, I trace the value chains of the Li-ion batteries upon which EVs depend.
A one year position as senior consultant is available. Application deadline February 13th.
Ida Kvilhaug Sekanina has started as a PhD candidate at the MUCS project.
Devyn Remme, PhD Candidate at Department of Geography at UiB will present the very interesting and very relevant topic of electric vehicle (EV) battery value chains, including their environmental and social impact
On Thursday November 11th the Collaboratory was awared the Uglepris, UiB's award for excellence in higher education. – It is important that we dare to think about our role as educator in new ways, says Jakob Olof Grandin, leader of The Collaboratory.