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Good ideas occur everywhere at the University of Bergen, and with UiB idé students and researchers can test and develop their innovation ideas. Students can get up to NOK 100 000, and researchers NOK 500 000. You will also get advice from professional advisers. The application deadline is March 15th. Read more about the program at uib.no/ide and join the information webinar on February 7th. Students can also register for the UiB idé vors on February 14th. This year you can also apply for a maximum of NOK 25 000 through UiB tidleg idé, and applications are received all year.
This seminar focuses on applications on the newly acquired NIKON wide-field microscope equipped for single molecule localization microscopy, single-particle tracking, TIRF imaging and more.
HUIMM905 – Advanced Immunology (3 credits ECTS) with leading theme : “ Precision medicine for inflammatory diseases – Are we almost there or what do we need to do to get there?”
The UiB AI Steering Group welcomes you to a seminar on February 24th at 10am in the University Aula. The seminar lasts until 11:30 and there will be lunch and discussions 11:30-12:00.
This is the first in a series of seminars on artificial intelligence at UiB. The seminars will be a meeting point across departments and fields of research, where different examples on the use of AI in research will be presented.
On February 24th, Inge Jonassen (Department of informatics) and Nathalie Reuter (Department of Chemistry) will speak to us on how AI helped solve Protein Folding – and why it matters.
Since participation is physical and we will order food, we ask all participants to register via the link on the seminar web page. You will find more information about the seminar and registration link here:
Trond Mohn Research Foundation (TMS) has announced a new round of TMS Starting Grant with final deadline 8. March (more info here). Since there are restrictions in the number of candidates each department can nominate, we kindly ask interested applicants to send a 1-2 page sketch describing the candidate, the project and the research environment in addition to the candidate’s CV (TMS asks for a maximum 3-page CV listing the most important and relevant publications).
The internal deadline is 18 February. You can send the sketch and CV to email@example.com with Pål Njølstad, Silke Appel and Mia Holmaas on copy.
Please note that this fellowship provides an opportunity to recruit external candidates something the foundation and the Faculty of Medicine strongly encourage.