Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology

Department of Structural Engineering

Teaching

The Department of Structural Engineering teaches  fundamental courses in solid state mechanics for all engineering programmes at the faculty and NTNU. The department is particularly involved in the curriculum of the following masters study programmes for Civil and Environmental Engineering, as well as the Master of Science in Engineering and ICT. The specialization Industrial Engineering also obtains a significant share of its instruction from the department.

Research

Research activity at the department is quite varied, ranging from computational mechanics, load description, materials engineering, and specialized concrete engineering, to bio and nanoengineering. Our strength lies in the combination of numerical (program controlled) computations and experimental investigations conducted in a large, well-equipped laboratory.

Stretch bending

Materials, a Strategic Area

NTNU has selected six areas for intensive focus – one of which is the Materials.

Collaboration

Our collaborative research partners include SINTEF, Norsk Hydro and Statoil, in addition to actors in the building and construction industry, both large and small.

Contact information

Tel: (+47) 73 59 47 00
Fax: (+47) 73 59 47 01
E-mail: ikt-admin@ivt.ntnu.no

Postal address:
Institutt for konstruksjonsteknikk
Richard Birkelandsvei 1A
7491 Trondheim, Norway

Centres

The department is heavily involved in two Centres for Research-based Innovation (SFI):

SIMLab, the Structural Impact Laboratory, is hosted and managed by the department.

COIN, the Concrete Innovation Centre, is managed through SINTEF, but with strong participation from the department.