Vitenskapssenteret ved det franske instituttet i Norge, i samarbeid med Norges forskningsråd, har gleden av å kunngjøre at utlysningen for Åsgard 2023-programmet er forlenget til 15. februar 2023. Søk om å opprette fransk-norske vitenskapelige partnerskap! Åsgård-programmet, som er et fransk-norsk stipendprogram som inviterer forskere, innovasjon og forskningsadministrasjon profesjonell i norske institusjoner til Frankrike, har følgende […]
Institut français de Norvège is pleased to support season 7 of podcast Frankrike forklart produced by Kjerstin Aukrust (UiO), Franck Orban (HiØ) and Geir Uvsløkk (UiO). In each episode, the editorial team brings in knowledgeable and Francophile guests on important topics, to understand what is going on in France today, and to learn more about […]
Join us on 12 January 2023 at 5pm (Holtegata 29, Oslo) to discover Guillaume Maidatchevsky’s documentary «Aïlo: an odyssey in Lapland» [A family film in French with English subtitles]. The screening will start with a French goûter («galettes des rois») and will be followed by a discussion with Stefaniya Kamenova, a reindeer specialist, and accompanied […]
Vi forlater kontorene våre i Oslo for å møte partnere, frankofile og fransktalende og styrke samarbeidet vårt med hele Norge. I skoleåret 2022-2023 kommer vi til Bergen, Bodø, Kristiansand, Stavanger, Tromsø og Trondheim. «Pop-up Institut français» er instituttet på turné. Når vi kommer til en by blir vi i flere dager og deltar på møter […]
Programmet Åsgard Research + støtter mobiliteter for forskere fra Frankrike eller Norge som er villige til å søke sammen med et partnerteam i henholdsvis Norge eller Frankrike (Horizon Europe, ANR, RCN, etc.) for å finansiere deres felles forskning. Dette programmet er åpent for alle forskere som har deltatt i et arrangement eller et mobilitetsprogram koordinert […]
SCIENCE NIGHT IS BACK !! Open Science: why, what and how? THURSDAY DECEMBER 1ST AT 6:00PM 📢 INSTITUT FRANCAIS DE NORVEGE HOLTEGATA 29, 0355 OSLO Anne Fouilloux (research engineer at Simula) will present «UNESCO defines open science as «making science more accessible, inclusive and equitable for the benefit of all». In this presentation, you will […]
On November 15th 2022,the Department of Sciences has met Sigurd Bergflødt who works at OsloMet. On this occasion, together, we talked about his article that he wrote with Virginie Amilien and Atle Wehn Hegnes in 2021: «Homage or rebellion? The role of the French culinary model in Norwegian food culture» (Laurioux, Bruno; Stengel, Kilien – […]
Polar Week (14-18 November 2022) is coming up! A week of lectures for young people (elementary, middle and high school) in which scientists present a variety of subjects in video lectures: polar climate, impacts of global warming on polar fauna, geopolitics, life and work at the poles… For more information: https://apecsfrance.wixsite.com/apecsfrance/semaine-polaire-2022?fbclid=IwAR3_O-zNkTya5X49rXlsf2viwv-6NMtk5lnAMszoCjLGgzcAt2-Dx2AZ0uE To register: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdvYw6-x2OEhIdUR8TzSxCougbTmkMG1vgVGctrGk-k1Q4iw/viewform?fbclid=IwAR0n87VM0-IJE8vbMpRId-8Qqia4S1V57k_FNnPgy4fKuFD0urdhiItong8
The Department of Sciences and Higher Education has met Stefaniya Kamenova on November 3rd She works at the Department of Biosciences at the University of Oslo. On this occasion, she received her thesis diploma and together, we talked about her research project: she studies reindeer diet to better understand feeding behaviors.
Join us on November 16th 2022 at 6pm (Holtegata 29, Oslo) to discover Cyril Dion’s new documentary “Animal”! [film in French with English subtitles] The screening will be followed by a debate and a French apéro. Cyril Dion, the movie director of Tomorrow, which was awarded the 2016 César Award for Best Documentary Film, is back with a […]
Science Night is back Rendez-vous on November, Thursday 3rd, 18:00 « Artificial Intelligence and medicine » conference and French buffet ! Vincent Vigneron (Professor in signal and images at Université Paris-Saclay) will present : “AI solutions in personalized medicine” “Artificial intelligence, with its numerous successes in medical imaging, prefigures what could be the personalised medicine […]
The Department of Sciences and Higher Education has met Marte Mangset, on October 11th, to talk about her research projects. Marte Mangset is a sociologist at Oslo Met. She studies in a comparative way, in France and Norway, education and power and more precisely the relationship between expertise and politics.
The Department of Sciences of the French Institute was attended the French-Norwegian Days on October 12th 2022. This annual event is organized in collaboration with the French-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce. This edition was organized this year around the theme «A French-Norwegian Approach Towards A Blue Economy» at BI NORWEGIAN BUSINESS SCHOOL. At the end of […]
Club Science is back Rendez-vous on October, Thursday 6th, 18:00 «Fire and Ice» conferences and French buffet ! Olivier Galland (Volcanology researcher – University of Oslo) will present : «Unroofing volcanoes’ roots – Understanding of magma travel through volcanic plumbing systems«. Volcanic eruptions correspond to the final destination of magma after a long travel […]
Come and «meet» the four winners of the French Institute’s Nordic FINA award! Webinar September 29th from 3:30 pm (GMT +2) to 4:50 pm (GMT +2). FINA aims to promote cultural and scientific cooperation between France and the Nordic countries and to reward the outstanding achievements of young researchers in this field. The topic for […]