Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

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During February 2024 we offer a mini-series of three webinars dealing with hydrogen and ammonia. Join us to get valuable updates on different aspects of the current developments in hydrogen technology, economy and legislation!
January 25, the CULTIVATE project held a Seeds of Good Anthropocenes workshop in Nordhordland UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The goal was to envision positive, more sustainable futures for cultural heritage and cultural landscapes in the Nordhordland region.
BECOME had its first in-person meeting in France 15-17 January 2024, in Fontainebleau Biosphere Reserve and in Paris.
This seminar was not recorded but a similar presentation by chief economist Eirik Wærness along with much more information, can be found at the Energy Perspectives webpage at Equinor.com, see the right hand column for links.
The paper argues the importance of two central features of simulation tools for research into mathematical and numerical models. The requirements are rigour, ensuring that the governing equations are accurately solved, and flexibility, allowing experimentation with different physical models and solution techniques.
Researchers come to Bergen from all over the world to solve global challenges. Simon Øverland has invited some of them to tell us about some solutions for the future.
Siri Haugum and Vigdis Vandvik have been part of a global network researching the effects of extreme drought using the Heathland Centre at Lygra to collect experimental data.