Guest lectures

2017

  • Fridtjov Ruden. Ruden AS. 9/4/2017
  • Pedro Neta. M.Sc. Student. University of Lisbon, Portugal. 14.07.2017-11.09.2017
  • Purusattam Ray: Discrete to Continuum: Renormalization Approach to the Fibre-Bundle Model. Institute for Mathematical Science, Chennai, India. 14.07.2017-14.09.2017
  • Ellen Nordgård Hansen. Senior scientist. Teknova. 14-Sep 2017
  • Toshiyuki Nohira. Professor. Institute of Energy Science, Kyoto University, Japan. 9/15/2017
  • Thomas Ramstad: Enhanced Value from Digital Core Images and Models. Statoil. 15. September 2017
  • Alexander Mikkelsen. Dr. Institute of Acoustics, Faculty of Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland. 23.10.2017-27.10.2017
  • Zbigniew Rozynek. Dr.  Institute of Acoustics, Faculty of Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland. 23.10.2017-24.10.2017
  • Khobaib Khobaib. Phd student. Institute of Acoustics, Faculty of Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland. 23.10.2017-26.10.2017
  • Steven Holdcroft. Professor. Dept. of chemistry, Simon Fraser University, Canada,  6.11.2017-9.11.2017
  • Osvanny Ramos Rosales. Professor. Claude Bernard University,  Lyon. 08.11.2017-14.11.2017
  • Stephane Sanrucci. CNRS Researcher. Laboratorie de Physique, ENS Lyon. 08.11.2017-15.11.2017

2018

  • Tamio Ikeshoji, AIST, Japan: Non-equilibrium and electrochemical simulations from Classical MD to First-Principles MD. 16 August 2018
  • Tom Vincent-Dospital, University of Strasbourg, France: Thermal weakening of cracks. 30 August 2018​
  • Natalya Kizilova,  Warsaw University of Technology, Poland: “Biological Networks: Principles of Design, Local and Global Optimization“. 03.10.2018
  • Koji Amezawa, Tokohu University, Japan​: “Operando 3-dimensional observation of reaction distribution in composite positive electrode for bulk-type all-solid-state lithium ion secondary batteries by using CT-XAFS“. 08.10.2018.
  • Satoshi Nishimura, Hokkaido University, Japan: “Renewed approach in soil mechanics laboratory to frozen soils within THM framework“, 16.10.2018
  • Erika Eiser, University of Cambridge, UK: “Microrheology of DNA hydrogels“. 22.10.2018
  • Professor Steven Bryant, University of Calgary, CA: “Three Reasons I No Longer Understand Two-Phase Flow”. 14.11.2018
  • Professor Steven Bryant, University of Calgary, CA: “White knights and Dark Knights: prospects for Climate Stabilization via Negative Emissions”. 15.11.2018

2019

  • Wojciech Debski, department of Theoretical Geophysics at the Polish Academy of Sciences,: “Time Reversal method, from mathematical principles to waveform analysis applications”. 18.01.2019
  • Professor Phil Vardon, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, TU-Delft: “Material point method and application to granular materials” 24 January 2019
  • Associate Professor Marios Valavanides, department of Civil Engineering, University of West Attica, Greece: “Recent advances in the DeProF theoretical framework for two-phase flows in porous media – where we stand and where we could go”. 28.01.2019
  • Professor Alain Gibaud, Institut des Molécules et Matériaux du Mans, Université du Maine, UMR CNRS, Le Mans, France: “Small angle x-ray analysis of mesoporous silica thin films”. 29.01.2019
  • Benoit Cordonnier, Researcher at the section of Physics of Geological Processes at UiO, specialist for CT studies in porous media: “Investigation of porous rocks under X-ray and neutron sources”. 19.03.2019
  • Professor Patrick Huber, Institute of Materials Physics and Technology, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany: “Soft Matter in Nanoporous Media: From Nanoscale Physics to Metamaterials’ Science“. 20.03.2019
  • Professor Verónica Pérez Chávez, CETYS University, México: “The use of effective medium theory in silicon photonics: An experimental and numerical study“. 10.04.2019
  • Associate Professor Marios Valavanides, department of Civil Engineering, University of West Attica, Greece: “Two-phase flow in porous media: Validation, development, evolution and practical applications of the DeProF theoretical framework“. 25.04.2019
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