Do you need guidance on writing, help with maths, a room for a workshop, or test a technical issue? The new learning centre in the library on Campus Kristiansand is set to open soon.
From the autumn of 2022, the University of Agder will offer Europe’s first bachelor’s degree in academic esports. The programme has already attracted interest around the world.
The mathematics didactics community at UiA has been assigned the responsibility for a national researcher school by the Research Council. 12 new researcher schools in various fields will be established across the country, and UiA will be involved with seven of them in addition to the one UiA leads.
The University of Agder’s research on future battery solutions and digital infrastructure has received NOK 7.6 million for laboratories and computing power to help raise research to an international leading level.
In strong competition with other academic environments, CIEM and the WISENET Centre have been granted status as priority research centres at the University of Agder.
Associate Professor Johannes Landesfeind starts as head of the Agder Battery Project at the University of Agder on 1 January 2022.
UiA student Kathrine Holteberg (23) recently won the student competition of the Girls and Technology project. In a self-made video she tells how she wants to improve world health through technology.