NTNU and SINTEF have established a wide range of Gemini Centres. Scientific groups with parallel interests coordinate their scientific efforts and jointly operate their resources.
The objective of the Gemini Centres is to develop large scientific groups of higher quality than either of the partners could manage to build up on its own. There is an international demand for first-class scientific groups on the part of both project sponsors and students. For this reason, the Gemini Centres have adopted the following vision: «To be an international joint force at the leading edge of research».
Materials and Energy
Contact: Geir M. Haarberg
Road and Transport
Contact: Harald Norem
Energy and Climatixation in Buildings
Contact: Sten Olaf Hanssen
Contact: Trygve Eikevik
Electrical Energy and Energy Systems
Contact: Halsten Aastebøl
Robust Materials Selection and Design - Offshore Applications
Contact: Roy Johnsen
Acoustic Researc Center
Contact: Peter Svensson
Health Services Research
Contact: Jon Magnussen
Better Resource Utilization of Oil and Gas - BRU
Contact: Martin Landrø
Contact: Harald Ellingsen
Contact: Kåre Bergh
NTNU works closely with SINTEF, the largest independent research institute in Scandinavia. SINTEF draws technological expertise to Trondheim.
NTNU and SINTEF cooperate on staff, equipment, laboratories and research. This partnership started over 50 years ago and has resulted in many advances for society.
Read more about the partnership between NTNU and SINTEF.