Department of Earth Science (GEO)'s overall goal is to develop new knowledge of the Earth's structure, formation history and the driving forces for its dynamic behavior.
The research activities at the department of Earth Science (GEO) are concentrated in thematic groups; Geophysics, Geodynamics and Basin Studies, Geochemistry & Geobiology, and Quaternary Geology and Paleoclimate.
Education: The Department of Earth Science offers education in several fields within the earth sciences, offering programs from 2 to 8 years duration.
Trond Mohn Foundation recruitment (TMS-scholarship)
Steffen Leth Jørgensen is granted BFS-scholarship in 2016. Read more here.
Andreas Born is granted BFS-scholarship in 2016. Read more here.
Nele Meckler is granted BFS-scholarship in 2015. Read more here.
Bjarte Hannisdal is granted BFS-scholarship in 2013. Read more here.
Nicola McLoughlin is granted BFS-scholarship in 2010. Read more here.
European Research Council (ERC)
Nele Meckler is awarded ERC Starting Grant from EU in 2015. Read more here.
Eystein Jansen and Kerim Hestnes Nisancioglu is awarded ERC Synergi Grant (2014-2019). Read more here.