GEO Research Seminars
Welcome to the GEO Research Seminars - a series of lunch seminars organized by the Geography Department at the University of Bergen.
The seminars are held on Thursdays and host a variety of speakers on topics ranging from green energy transformation to global inequalities and food security.
When and Where
Thursdays, 12.15 – 13.00
Meeting room 744, 7th floor, Lauritz Meltzer's House (SV buidling), Fosswinckels gt 6
About the seminars
Topics: GEO Research Seminars are opened to anyone interested in contemporary topics such as green transformation, climate change, natural hazards, global inequalities, climate and energy transformation, food security and natural resource management - and many more. For more details on research conducted at the Department, please visit the following link.
Format: Each GEO Research Seminar consists of a 25-minute presentation from a researcher affiliated with the Department, a guest researcher, or other interesting people we meet while conducting research. The presentation is followed by 20 minutes of questions and discussion. The seminars are held in a hybrid format, so you can present your research from anywhere you are. UiB-based speakers and participants are encouraged to join us on the 7th floor at the Department of Geography.
For an overview of our upcoming seminars, please refer to our calendar of events.