PhD candidate from IMT won award for best paper

Camilla Sommerseth, former PhD candidate at the Department of Materials Sciences and Engineering, now a scientist at SINTEF, won the Best Carbon Paper Award at the ICSOBA conference. ISCOBA – The International Committee for Study of Bauxite, Alumina & Aluminium – organized the conference in Quebec, Canada in October 2016. Sommerseth and her coauthors received […]

Nordic Five Tech students won with wind turbine

November 2015, students at the Master Program in Innovative Sustainable Energy Engineering (ISEE) won first prize for designing and fabricating a small-scale wind turbine and electrical generator. The competition was held among 130 students from both NTNU and a team from the Technical University in Berlin. The students were challenged to design and fabricate a […]

Prestigious grant to Physics Professor Arne Brataas

Professor Arne Brataas at the Department of Physics was recently awarded the prestigious ERC grant from the European Research Council. Only three researchers from NTNU have previously received the grant including NT Professor Bernt-Eirik Sæther at the Department of Biology. The other two are Nobel Prize winners Edvard and May-Britt Moser. The scholarship is individual […]

Impressive lineup of world class scientists

Last week, NTNU hosted the Kavli Prize Laureate in The Natural Science Building (Realfagbygget) and there were some very succesful scientists and prize winners present. The prestigious Kavli Prize was established in 2005 by The Kavli Foundation in cooperation with The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters and The Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research. […]