This is one of the central questions the research group European Integration and Governance is trying to find the answers to through their international research.
Monday 20 April, Thomas Henökl will defend his PhD. He is the 100th candidate to defend a doctoral dissertation on UiA’s own programmes.
UiA’s newest research group is called Sustainable buildings and infrastructure. By gathering experts on sustainable solutions in one group, UiA and its partners will provide the community access to competences on an international level.
How do people respond to catastrophes and traumatic events through art? That is the questions in this month’s research group.
What happens when the elderly are transferred from hospitals to the municipal health and care services? How can we avert possible malnutrition? Why are so many of the elderly lonely? Aging and health is this month’s research group on uia.no.
Norwegian football players are quicker than they used to be. But it is difficult to train oneself to become faster.
By the help of local data and mathematical models, Tina Comes is building the tools to help the world’s relief agencies in their decision making process.
At MatRIC, UiA’s own Centre for Excellence in Higher Education, they work to raise the quality of mathematics education in Norway.
The University of Agder (UiA) has won the jackpot, as their application to The Research Council of Norway’s Centre for Research-based Innovation (SFI) ”SFI Offshore Mechatronics” has been granted!