Department of Information Science and Media Studies

News archive for Department of Information Science and Media Studies

Postdoctoral fellow in the Bergen Media Use Group Katharina Wuropulos presents her research in a seminar on multicultural recruitment.
Bergen Media Use Research Group is looking forward to welcoming three international visiting professors in 2024; Joëlle Swart, Tim Kormelink and Anna Feigenbaum.
Katharina Wuropulos joins the Prepare team to explore public connection among women in working class jobs.
Professor Hallvard Moe is participating in a new project on trust in research led by the Institute for Social Research
New research from MUCS uncover the challenges faced by elderly people as they navigate the internet and digital services in their everyday lives.
Leif Hemming Pedersen visited PREPARE for a seminar on Axel Honneths Recognition Theory.
PhD candidate Mehri Agai has been awarded a grant from Medietilsynet for her project on young people and their digital lives, ands two students have been awarded master thesis support.
Rustam Galimullin is one of several experts in artificial intelligence at UiB. Learn more about him and his research here.
Infomedia’s foresight and commitment to staying at the forefront of technological education have resulted in a remarkable surge in student enrollments in 2023.
2023 proved to be a prolific year for Infomedia. Our researchers were among those at the forefront of scientific advancements, introducing innovative tools, and making substantial contributions to informed discussions on AI.
As we enter the new year, we warmly welcome Erik Knudsen in his new position as Associate Professor at the Department of Information Science and Media Studies.
KUD/CID Network: Forging Paths in the Study of Culture, Inequality, and Democracy
Unveiling the Cultural Tapestry of French Teenagers: Insights from Pierre Mercklé's Research
Exploring Social Inequality: Philippe Coulangeon's PhD Seminar on Cultural and Political Participation
Unveiling Cultural Shifts: Insights from Philippe Coulangeon's Open Guest Lecture
Unveiling Dynamics of Change: Insights from the Workshop on Culture, Inequality, and Democracy
A varied group of media and democracy experts have signed on as scientific advisors in the Prepare project.
Bergen Media Use Research Group professor Brita Ytre-Arne will hold a keynote at the conference Emerging Directions in News Use Research.