Meaningful Work: Advancing Computational Semantics
At a CAS-hosted workshop, linguists debate approaches to turning text into information that computers can understand.
With God on Their Side: War and Religion in the Middle Ages
At a half-day seminar on medieval civil wars, CAS fellows examine how an ascendant Catholic Church influenced conflicts across Europe.
'Arv': Mankind's Unpleasant Cultural Heritage
The temporary exhibition 'arv' at Tromsø Museum, co-hosted by CAS Oslo, provides a critical look at how the objects we leave behind influence the Earth.
Gaps and Errors: A Linguistic Struggle
Scholars associated with the CAS project 'SynSem: From Form to Meaning – Integrating Linguistics and Computing' face a number of challenges 'regular' people would never consider, although they use language every day.
Arbitration, Humiliation, and Submission: Peacemaking in the Middle Ages
At a conference co-hosted by the CAS Oslo and the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History at the University of Oslo (UiO), historians explore how medieval elites avoided bloodshed and settled disputes.
Project Update: The Nordic 'Civil Wars' in the High Middle Ages in a Comparative Perspective
CAS Oslo fellows talk about redefining Nordic medieval civil wars in light of conflicts from other regions and time periods.
Project Update: SynSem: From Form to Meaning -- Integrating Linguistics and Computing
CAS Oslo fellows discuss their work on bridging the gap between computational and theoretical linguistics.
Project Update: Molecules in Extreme Environments
CAS Oslo fellows give an update on their work to push the boundaries of theoretical chemistry.
Are There 'Good' Civil Wars?
CAS Oslo fellows involved in the research project 'The Nordic "Civil Wars" in the High Middle Ages in a Comparative Perspective' debate whether some civil wars can have positive consequences -- and whether they should even be called civil wars.
Researching Something That Does Not Exist
Extreme chemistry may sound exciting to work with, but for most of us it can be very hard to grasp what researchers in such fields are actually working on. This is especially true if they are looking into the composition and properties of elements that do not exist on Earth.