The model used to measure the mass of particles such as protons and neutrons has been used by physicists for almost 50 years. Then Tomas Brauner and his research collaborators discovered that two terms in the model’s equation were missing.
The student team PEERSoS from the University of Stavanger has gone through to the second round of an international risk management competition. Close cooperation with a Canadian insurance company is now awaiting.
Alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment is more effective when the family is involved. Then why is this so seldom the case?
Professor Chunming Rong from the University of Stavanger has visited the National Supercomputing Center in Guangzhou, China. The visit was a step in establishing a formal collaboration with the center, which holds one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, the Tianhe-2.
«Maria Paula is my Master thesis» Felipe Rios from Colombia jokingly declares.
"You make me feel optimistic in spite of the challenges we are facing" said dean Øystein Lund Bø as he adressed the master ceremony of the Faculty of science and technology at the University of Stavanger yesterday.
When Zaina Ousamah Jaber (20) of Palestine arrived to study at the University of Stavanger half a year ago, she came to a grey and cold place. She felt all alone and sad. «Now I just want to stay here forever because I am enjoying it so much», she says.
People who are interested in gaining power for themselves are less aware than others of discrimination and injustice in the workplace.
Master student Håkon Sunde Bakka was awarded the Best Master Student Award 2016 by SPE Stavanger for his excellent academic performance at University of Stavanger. Director of The National IOR Centre of Norway, Merete Vadla Madland, has supervised Bakka with his Master Thesis.
How long could you survive if you became shipwrecked during a cruise in the Arctic ice? In order to find some of the answers to this the Norwegian Coast Guard vessel KV Svalbard served as the home and workplace to a week long research mission, headed by the University of Stavanger, to the remote archipelago of Spitsbergen - or Svalbard - which is its Norwegian name.