NTNU has strong research communities in science and technology, the social sciences, teacher education, the arts and humanities, medicine, architecture and fine art.
The Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, four centres of excellence, six centres for research-based innovation, two centres for eco-friendly energy and two K.G. Jebsen Centres are hosted by NTNU.
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Work at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Twelve tenure-track positions available now through the Onsager Fellowship programme – developed to recruit young, internationally recognized researchers.
Work and live in Trondheim. Founded more than 1,000 years ago, Trondheim is big enough to host a full range of cultural offerings, yet small enough to offer family-friendly and safe surroundings.
NTNU offers cutting-edge research opportunities and a welcoming work environment.
(15 April 2015) The Flåm Line railway, the Trans-Iranian railroad, Ethiopian roads and many Norwegian airports. A little known professor and engineer at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTNU's predecessor) helped to build them all.
(8 April 2015) Ordinary clay can be as good as more advanced materials for capturing carbon dioxide.
40 international master's programmes
90% employed within 4 months
367 doctoral dissertations in 2014
NTNU neuroscientists May-Britt and Edvard Moser won the The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014 for their pioneering work in the field of brain research. (Video from 2011).