Energy and Process Engineering
The Department of Energy and Process Engineering at NTNU, is an international driving force within education and research on the total energy chain from resource to customer. We work on how to produce energy which can be used by man and machine in a sustainable way, taking into consideration health, climate changes and available resources.
The Department has five specialist groups:
NTNU EPT with strong contribution in the new IPCC report
Sunday April 13th the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released their new report on "Mitigation of Climate Change". Two of the authors are from NTNU EPT, Professor Edgar Hertwich and Professor Daniel Beat Müller. The other three NTNU EPT employers who have also contributed to the report Ryan Bright, Francesco Cherubini, Thomas Gibon and Anders Hammer Strømman. Read list of media clips.
Disputation Monica Berner
Monica Berner held her trial lecture and defended her PhD thesis on 09.04.14. The title of the thesis is: «System, Methods and Credible Data for Calculating Primary Energy Efficiency for Energy Systems with Special Focus on Energy Systems Applying CHP-Technology with Bio based Fuel».
7,5 million NOK to innovative engine technology
Disputation Lilian Daniel Kaale
Lilian Daniel Kaale held her trial lecture and defended her PhD thesis on 18.02.14. The title of the thesis is: «Modelling and Ice Crystallization/Recrystallization of Foods in Superchilling Technology. Superchilling of Atlantic Salmon»