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Exciting internship during exchange in Svalbard

One of our students, Juliano Hanna, is on exchange in Svalbard. He is participating in a project aimed at gathering knowledge about how the Longyear River is slowly changing its path over time.
Juliano Hanna

One of our bachelor students, Juliano Hanna, who is on exchange at Svalbard, is featured in a recent article in Næringsliv Norge.

The article has been sponsored by UNIS, The University Center in Svalbard, where Juliano is doing an internship.

The article describes the project Juliano is participating in.

It's about predicting how the Longyear River flows over time. Knowing this is important as the river passes near buildings. Therefore, data on how the changes occur and where the sediment comes from are important for deciding on measures to protect infrastructure.

Read the article here (translated)

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