Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

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Earthquakes may occur due to human activities, thousands of metres below the Earth’s crust. A new centre at the University of Bergen will find out more about how the substratum has been deformed.
Dr Perpetra Akite, a former EECRG member, has a blogpost about her journey to become an ecologist on the Relational Thinking blog of the British Ecological Society
Six parallel courses with cross-cutting keynotes and virtual social events — BSRS 2021 will be a fully digital PhD research school.
På Universitet i Bergen (UiB) vokser miljøet innen maskinlæring stadig. Kanskje ikke så rart, når kunstig intelligens er i ferd med å endre hele samfunnet vårt.
Applied mathematician Inga Berre is drawn to solving problems, and enjoys being in for the long haul in cracking them.
Modeling and inversion of seismic data using multiple scattering, renormalization and homotopy methods.
Observations north of Svalbard reveal a pathway of energy transfer from tidal currents to turbulent mixing.
NorRen Summer School invites participants from a wide spectre of disciplines, this year focussing on flexible energy systems.
The structure and transport of the slope current at the Lofoten Escarpment are described for the first time using 14-month long mooring records.
We are now preparing for a new semester, and we would like to share with you the program for this autumn. We have many interesting topics planned, and more will be announched. The program will be a variaty of webinars, physical lunch-meetings and half-day seminars, and the format  will be specified for each event.
The young generation in our group works on a range of different topics withing terrestrial and marine microbial ecology. Methodologies include polar field work, genomics and modeling, to name a few.
The ocean industries have the potential to double their economic growth in the next ten years. Meanwhile, the health of the oceans is at stake. SFI Smart Ocean plan to create an ocean observation system which will sustainably ensure economic growth. 
The effects of magmatic intrusions on temperature history and diagenesis in sedimentary basins and petroleum systems.
The department of informatics at the University of Bergen will be well represented with four accepted papers at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence.
Bergen Summer Research School opened 8 June with a record number of participants. Together with some of Bergen's best research milieus, they will explore how their research can contribute to solving global challenges. This year they meet online - watch the many public lectures on YouTube.
As part of an international consortium led by Yan Zhao (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing), Vivian Felde and John Birks were involved in the publication of a detailed record of past vegetation and climate over the last 1.74 million years from the Tibetan Plateau.
The Jebsen Centre has a new PhD candidate starting today!