Faculty of Engineering

Research at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering


 

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We actively contribute to the NTNU goal of research-based education


Through our research and contributions to the latest state-of-the-art developments within our fields of expertise we actively contribute to the NTNU goal of research-based education. This research is typically conducted by PhD and Post Doctoral students working in close collaboration with scientific staff associated with one of the seven thematic groups within the department.

The department is the result of a merger in January 2017 between Civil and Transport Engineering , Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering and Civil Engineering. The old departments publications in 2015 and 2014 can be found here: 

2014   Civil and Transport EngineeringHydraulic & Environmental Engineering  and Civil Engineering
2015   Civil and Transport EngineeringHydraulic & Environmental Engineering  and Civil Engineering

 For publications for individual employees visit the employees profile pages or do a search in Cristin.

Our research activity is most often organised in research projects. Visit our project overview site here.

Doctoral- and master theses are available in NTNU's digital scientific archive NTNU Open.

 

PhD program in Civil and Environmental  Engineering


Photo. Two PhD students collaborating, text on picture says Take a PhD with us

A PhD study takes you further and deeper. Have you considered a PhD degree with us?

PhD studies at the Department of Civil and Environmental engineering are closely linked with our research. The doctoral education program combines academics with methodological schooling and hands on experience.

A doctoral degree from NTNU qualifies you to a range of positions both in the private and public sector. Though academia has traditionally been the main career path, an increasing number of doctors graduating from us are going into leading positions in the private and public sector.