Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

News archive for Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Michael Richard Ronald Talbot was born in Haywarden, Clwd, G.B. November 17, 1943. He died November 6, 2009 in Bergen, Norway.
Monday next week, November 2, Dept. of Mathematics, 14:00, room 534
will be held in Chillán, Chile, December 12-16, 2010.
Vibeke Saure Lokøy was involved in a hands-on activity involving zebrafish that seems to have been very popular to judge from the pictures!
Tomorrow Tuesday, October 6, Dept. of Mathematics, room 640 at 14.15
Visual artist Ellen Karin Mæhlum writes that “Art and science often begin with visual observations followed by mental adaptation and subsequent interpretation. My aim was to make visible something that is normally both invisible and inaccessible. One of the things that interested me was what happens to the motif when the original photographs taken under the microscope are enlarged, adapted and... Read more
Next Tuesday, September 29, Dept. of Mathematics, room 640 at 14.15
September 28-30 Professor Marc Lassonde Vice-president of the University of the French West Indies and Guiana (l'Université des Antilles et de la Guyane), Coordinator of the Europe - Latin America Network in Applied Mathematics (REALMA) is visiting our Department.
Next Tuesday, September 22, Dept. of Mathematics, room 640 at 14.15
Qifan Li is a new master student in the Analysis Group
Next Tuesday, September 15, Dept. of Mathematics, room 640 at 14.15
PhD students Joachim Spindelböck and Eric Meineri are involved in a project that is investigating how Norwegian vegetation is responding to climate change. The project involves counting out the seeds of six different reference species into 113 packages of 300 or 500 each,, seeding them in the field in locations different in climate from their origin and then observing how their germination and... Read more