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The ECIU University Research Institute for smart European regions (Smart-ER) will design, develop an
The PhD programme in Health and Medicine is a doctoral programme at the Faculty of Health Sciences.
PhD candidates in the Social Sciences and neighbouring fields are invited to participate.
Research activities vary from fundamental to applied research, with machine learning, deep learning
The aim of the PhD programme in Social Sciences is to prepare PhD candidates for a career in researc
A node for research, innovation and education in artificial intelligence at University of Stavanger
The connection between traditional research and Artistic Research keeps growing stronger and interna
Our research explores factors that can affect health and participation in schools and workplaces, an
The aim of our interdisciplinary research is to develop new knowledge of relational work in health a
We develop knowledge that examines the effect of digital learning resources and simulation on qualit
The National IOR Centre provides solutions for improved oil recovery on the Norwegian continental sh
The network brings together researchers, clinical practitioners, and representatives of other stakeh
Health-promoting perspectives are becoming increasingly important for people living with various hea
The PhD programme in artistic research provides for the two research disciplines dance and music
The MOFSORBMET project is developing MOFs for the adsorption-enhanced recovery of critical metals fr
This course is an online winter school course that provides a comprehensive understanding and hands-
This cutting-edge project researches the power of smells and scents to transform children’s reading.
The project investigates how Norway’s digital infrastructures enable an open and inclusive public sp
Charlotte Obhrai's new research project will investigate large offshore wind turbines, and how
See the list of all scientific publications written by researchers affiliated with the IOR Centre.
In her doctoral work, Siv Marie Åsen has taken a closer look at what happens to different types of p