Inorganic Materials and Ceramics Research Group

– at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering

 

PhD candidates in the Inorganic Materials and Ceramics Research Group with Professor Mari-Ann Einarsrud

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05.10.2016

We have 2 Post doctoral positions available:

POST DOC POSITION IN MATERIALS SCIENCE – DEVELOPMENT OF CHEMICAL SOLUTION DEPOSITION ROUTES FOR PIEZOELECTRIC THIN FILMS FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS

POST DOC POSITION IN MATERIALS SCIENCE – IN SITU STUDIES OF HYDROTHERMAL SYNTHESIS OF PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIALS

Application deadline for both: November 1.

 

25.6.2016
We have one available postdoctoral scholarship within scanning probe microscopy on functional ferroics for future nanoelectronics. Application deadline: July 15. Announcement.

1.6.2016
Assoc. Prof. and Onsager Fellow Dr. Dennis Meier has joined our research group! 

 

 

 

22.01.2016

New faculty member: Dr. Maria Benelmekki will join our department and research group from March 1 2016 as an associate professor.

 

 

 

Dr. Julia Glaum has joined our research group as a Marie Curie Fellow.  
Dr. Glaum's blog: https://cyclicpressure.wordpress.com/ 

 

 

09.03.15
How can Nanotechnology improve Li ion batteries? Read more about Fride Vullum-Bruer's research in Aftenposten (in Norwegian): http://www.aftenposten.no/fakta/innsikt/Nanoteknologi-skal-gi-oss-nye-superbatterier-7922932.html

01.03.2015
Heavy water was of great importance in Norway during WW2, but why and what is it? PhD student Sandra helps NRKs Newton answer these questions (in Norwegian): http://tv.nrk.no/serie/newton/DMPV74000815/01-03-2015#t=17m35s

20.01.2014

Aqueous routes to cheap and environmentally friendly solar cells - Teknisk Ukeblad and Gemini.no on Dr. Tor Olav Løveng Sunde's (PhD from our group in 2013, now post doc at Northwestern University) research.

10.01.2014
The project 'Virtual Chemical Rooms' ("Virtuelle kjemiske rom") has been granted funding as an innovative teaching project. 'Virtual Chemical Rooms' is headed by assoc. prof. Hilde Lea Lein. More information (in Norwegian) here, here and here .
Article in Adresseavisen.
Printed article in Dagens Næringsliv.
Online artice in Dagens Næringsliv.
Online article from NRK (national broadcasting).
NRK Radio Kulturnytt.
NRK Radio God morgen Trøndelag.

 

About us

Contact persons:
Professor Mari-Ann Einarsrud
E-mail: mari-ann.einarsrud@ntnu.no
Phone: +47 73 59 40 02

Professor Tor Grande
E-mail: tor.grande@ntnu.no
Phone: +47 73 59 40 84

Professor Kjell Wiik
E-mail: kjell.wiik@ntnu.no
Phone: +47 73 59 40 82

Assoc. Prof. Hilde Lea Lein
E-mail: hilde.lea.lein@ntnu.no
Phone: +47 73 55 08 80

 Assoc. Prof. Fride Vullum-Bruer
E-mail:
fride.vullum-bruer@ntnu.no
Phone: +47 73 59 39 76

Assoc. Prof. Sverre M. Selbach
E-mail:
selbach@ntnu.no
 Phone: +47 73 59 40 99

 

Visiting address:
Sem Sælandsvei 12
NTNU
N-7034 TRONDHEIM
Norway

Postal address:
Inorganic Chemistry and Ceramics Research Group
att: Mari-Ann Einarsrud
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
N-7491 TRONDHEIM
Norway