The second research seminar of the Norwegian research group of "Animals in Changing Environments" is held at UiS Friday October 24th, with the theme "Representation of animals". The program includes Kadri Tüür of the University of Tartu, Estonia. She is also featured in a presentation of the book The Semiotics of Animal Representations at Bokkafeen the same day.
This week 170 of Europe's most dedicated mechanical engineering students are visiting the University of Stavanger to meet likeminded people.
The international conference "Animals in the Anthropocene" will be held at University of Stavanger September 17-19th 2015. Theme session proposals are due December 15th 2014, abstracts are due March 1st 2015.
Stavanger, Manchester and Eindhoven are dubbed “lighthouse” Smart Cities in a new EU project led by German research giant Fraunhofer.
Academic input in idyllic surroundings.
The University of Stavanger welcomes everyone to a journey to knowledge on the UiS campus on sunday September 28th.
Join the Ullandhaug Food Trail on Sunday 28 September for exciting food experiences from the Iron Age to modern day, exploring – and tasting – ancient and modern food. The “Food Trail” is part of the annual Science Week, and is open from 12.00 – 16.00.
DNV GL and the University of Stavanger have entered into an agreement concerning increased cooperation over the next few years
ONS is over, after four hectic and exciting days.
The University of Stavanger will be represented at three exhibition stands at ONS 2014. Meet us there!