The most important activities at IME are research and research-based teaching. The research is linked to relevant areas for Norwegian industry and society, and is on an international level, that is forming the basis for high subject quality in teaching.

The Research Committee, chaired by Vice-Dean for research, is a strategic body for the development of faculty research.

Take a closer look at our ongoing projects and strategic research areas at the Faculty.

Fields of research covered by the departments:

PhD opportunities

The faculty have about 350 PhD candidates within its doctoral programmes. The Faculty offers 6 PhD programmes:

Qualifications and funding must be secured before a PhD study may commence. The studies are planned in co-operation with a subject supervisor. You are advised to get in touch with the supervisor whom you feel will be most relevant for your chosen area of study, or with the contact persons listed above at the departments and the faculty. PhD positions are announced in the vacancies.

Research Section

Head of section Jon Kummen

Employees in the research section

For general information on research activities and PhD opportunities:

Postal address
Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, NTNU
NO-7491 Trondheim NORWAY

Visiting and direct delivery address
Electrical Engineering E, 2nd Floor
O.S. Bragstads plass 2E, Gløshaugen
7034 Trondheim

Basic information on...

The education system in Norway

You should be acquainted with the education system in Norway and, accordingly, you should specify the particularities prevailing in your country.

NTNU International Researcher Support

International researchers are an important part of NTNU's academic community. Are you considering NTNU? moving to Trondheim? or about to work at NTNU? Visit NTNU International Researcher Support - NIRS.