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INVITATION TO THE PORELAB COURSE , “EXPERIMENTHAL TECHNIQUES IN CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS” (FYS 4420/FYS9420 AT UIO)

The PoreLab course on ” Experimental techniques in condensed matter physics ” will be offered in the 2019 fall semester. The course is offered for both, Ph.D. and master students. The code for the Ph.D. level is FYS9240. The master level code is FYS4420. The lectures will be held in PoreLab Oslo and PoreLab Trondheim. For more

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Welcome to PoreLab Trondheim, Amine!

Amine Bouhouche joined the department of Geoscience and Petroleum at NTNU as PhD student on October the 1st, 2018. He will be working on the Work Package dedicated to Microfluidics and field studies for PoreLab. His supervisor is Ole Torsæter (professor, IGP, NTNU) and his co-supervisor is Knut Jørgen Måløy (Professor, FYS, UiO). Amine has

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About receiving InterPore Newsletter

Message from Majid Hassanizadeh, Managing Director for InterPore. Following the new European internet privacy regulations, we are allowed to send our newsletter only to those who give their explicit approval for receiving it. We do hope you wish to remain informed about InterPore events, awards, elections, job postings, and other announcements. To do so, please sign up

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InterPore2018 New Orleans

May 14-17 most of PoreLab are going to New Orleans for the InterPore annual meeting. This is the biggest and most important conference for Porous Media science in the world. Postdoctoral fellow Marcel Moura will be organizing a career event there, he is the chair of their Student Affairs Committee, and professor Alex Hansen is

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PhD position within multi-physical modelling in cold climate engineering

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (IBM) invites applicants for a three years PhD in a joint research project between the Geotechnical research group, the Road, Transport and Geomatics research group and the PoreLab Center of Excellence. The area of research is Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical modelling of soil behavior during freezing and thawing processes. The PhD

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Øivind Wilhelmsen is awarded the Research Council of Norway’s 2018 Prize for Young Research Scientists.

Wilhelmsen and his colleagues focus their research work on what occurs on and along surfaces, and how surficial properties can be exploited both in current and future technologies. This field will have major significance for the development of tomorrow’s energy systems. The results of the research carried out by Wilhelmsen and his colleagues will be

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