Professor Michael Schulte has received this year’s Research Award of the Sørlandet Knowledge Foundation (SKF). Schulte interprets runic inscriptions and does research on Old Norwegian and Norse – part of the Norwegian identity.
Gonzalez receives the distinction for his efforts in public safety and emergency preparedness in Norway and in Europe. Just after the medal was handed out on Wednesday 23 October, the laureate received notice from Brussels that he and his colleagues had won an innovation prize for their research project Smart Mature Resilience.
Therapy in the open air provides adolescents with a break from a chaotic daily life with ever growing pressures with regards to achievement and self-representation. This positive effect is still in place one year after the therapy.
Two research groups at the University of Agder have applied to become Centres for Research-based Innovation (SFI), a prestigious programme of the Research Council of Norway. These research groups are based within the Centre for eHealth and the Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research.