UiS researchers at the Faculty of Health has identified the urgent need to develop an educational pr
The Faculty of Arts and Education hosted a visit by a group of academic and administrative staff fro
When Zeina Ousamah Jaber (20) of Palestine arrived to study at the University of Stavanger in 2016,
UiS exchanges students and staff with An-Najah National University in Nablus, Palestine, through an
Stavanger Municipality, UiS, and NTNU are establishing an interdisciplinary collaboration that will
Can we produce energy, limit land use and create industrial opportunities by using our house facades
Muhammad Waqar got a job in Equinor months before he finished his studies.
A proposed centre of excellence (SFF), Quark-Lab will build a bridge between the collider physics an
While our outlook is global, a lot of our research is focused on the Stavanger region.
SHARE is led by the University of Stavanger.
InGenious provides 10 ECTS and allows you to collaborate with the industry in the region
The Pumps and Pipes initiative fosters collaboration and transfer of knowledge between oil and gas a
Developments within data management and information systems represent one of the most influential ef
Asset economics and cost engineering has a major weight on the profitability of an organization.
In the modern knowledge economy the human capital of industrial organizations play defining roles fo
Operations and maintenance optimization efforts both in the offshore and land-based industries over
Despite the adaption of zero philosophy, the industry still encounters significant challenges in hea
ORS Consulting will give presentations based on their multisectoral experience from safety-critical
UiS researchers have developed and tested a structured play-based curriculum for children at their l
UiS is part of ECIU University, the first European university where learners and researchers coopera
Stavanger AI Lab opens up for several types of collaboration with society.
Can Norwegian daycare centers improve children's developmental trajectories by more systematica