A conference for and by members of the research school.
31 August - 2 September, 2020
Malangen Resort, outside Tromsø
Registration is closed
All participants must submit a short bio. Deadline is 13 June.
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All participants at the conference are encouraged to join the scientific image exhibition and competition. The image competition gives you a unique opportunity to present your work in a new format, as it is only your own creativity setting the limits. Your contribution can be artsy or realistic, colourful or black-and-white, at system- or nano-level. We encourage participants from all corners of biotechnology to contribute, as the diversity will only make it more interesting. The images will be exhibited throughout the conference, and the winner is selected through a vote among all participants.
The prize for best scientific image is NOK 5000.
Submission deadline: 13 June.
The conference is organized for and by members of the research school. If you are not a member yet, you need to apply for membership in advance. The research school is open to PhD students and postdoctors who feel that their project is related to digital biotechnology and life sciences.
The research school takes care of room bookings and payment at Malangen Resort. All participants will be accommodated in cabins and sea houses (rorbu), with private bedrooms and shared kitchen- and bathroom facilities. In the registration form, you can indicate your preferred housemates (if any).
The research school covers all travel costs for all participants. We will inform you when to book your own flights (due to Covid-19), and we will reimburse you. We will organize common transport by bus from Tromsø airport to Malangen.
Emil Karlsen, PhD candidate, NTNU
Florian Weber, PhD candidate, UiO
Jacqueline Weidner, PhD candidate, UiB
John Zobolas, PhD candidate, NTNU
Mohammed Sunoqrot, PhD candidate, NTNU
Simona Kavaliauskiene, Postdoc, OUH
Vivien Klein, PhD candidate, NTNU
Please contact the coordinator, Liv E. Falkenberg: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bekkjarvik (outside Bergen)
Aurora Martinez (UiB/Pluvia)
Sverre Haugen (MeyerHaugen)
Jan-Martin Berge (PsykologBerge)
Anne-Sophie Schillinger and Maja Mujic Elgsaas (VIS innovation)
Hilde Zwaig Kolstad (DLN/UiO)
Rune Kleppe (DLN/UiB)
Ahmed Mohammed, NTNU
Marte Jenssen, PhD candidate, UiT- The Arctic University of Norway
Eric Juskewitz, PhD candidate, UiT - The Arctic University of Norway
Kanhaiya Kumar, postdctor, NTNU
Shahin Sarowar, PhD candidate, UiB
Zeeshan Muhammad, postdoctor, UiB
30 May - 1 June, 2018
Stiklestad (outside Trondheim)
Focus on transdisciplinary and visual scientific communication.
Oral presentations by all participants!
The societal consequences of your research, innovation, and trends in biotech.
Combined with the Biotech industry career day!
Ellen Jorgensen (Biotech Without Borders, US)
Ryan Bailey (University of Michigan, US)
Trygve Brautaset (NTNU; Centre for Digital Life Norway)
Srikant Sarangi (Centre for Academic and Professional Communication, NTNU; Aalborg University, DK)
Ole Andreas Alsos (NTNU) & Sofie Snipstad (NTNU)
Mildri Ryan (Professional actress, teacher, and director)
Raffael Himmelsbach (NTNU; Centre for Digital Life Norway)
Tia Tidwell, UiS
19 March 2017
Blindern campus, University of Oslo
The 1st annual conference of Digital Life Norway Research School was held in connection with DigitalLife 2017, the annual conference of Centre for Digital Life Norway. The main aim this day was for the first members to get to know each other and each other’s projects. The program included blitz presentations from all the participants on their projects, in addition to reflections on career development and responsible research and innovation. There was also information about the research school and offers available to the members.
During DigitalLife 2017, all participants at the Young Researchers Day presented their latest results or projects with posters or oral presentations.