Towns smooth the way for business sector development in the entire region of which they are a part. We must support the large ones if we want change and business development. This is the conclusion of a new doctoral thesis at the University of Agder’s School of Business and Law.
Professor Kjetil Magne Dørheim Hals at the Faculty of Engineering and Science has been granted NOK 8 million from the Research Council of Norway to prepare for starting a new research area in Norway: antiferromagnetic spinmechatronics.
The PhD Research Fellow Per-Arne Andersen from UiA’s CAIR centre won the award for best presentation at a Cambridge conference. 260 researchers of artificial intelligence from all over the world participated.
23 students have been hired as academic coaches at the Faculty of Engineering and Science’s study programmes. The coaches are responsible for managing their own student groups, which they will follow throughout the entire year of study. The aim is helping first-year students to experience a sense of mastery and succeed with their studies at the university.