Strategic Research Area 2014–2023

Ocean Science and Technology

News Archive

ROV discovers war material on sea bottom

ROV discovers war material on sea bottom
ROV discovers war material on sea bottom

The national TV channel NRK joined the NTNU research vessel Gunnerus for a cruise to the deepest part of the Trondheimsfjord. Through the use of an ROV large amounts of war material was found, which had been dumped into the sea after the second world war.  As there is concern about possible contamination through leaks from these bombs and torpedo's, samples were taken for further analysis.

The news item can be seen on this web site (in Norwegian).

Discovery of rare British war plane in Trondheimsfjord

Prof. Martin Ludvigsen from the Marine Technology Department at NTNU and his team of PhD candidates found a British World War II bomber in the Trondheim fjord! Find videos and articles ...

Prof. Martin Ludvigsen from the Marine Technology Department at NTNU and his team of PhD candidates found a British World War II bomber in the Trondheim fjord!

Find videos and articles about their experience at the national TV  and at http://www.ntnu.edu/web/imt/news


- MTEC 2014 Conference 27-29 October '14, Trondheim

- MTEC 2014 (International Maritime and Port Technology and Development Conference)

- MTEC 2014 (International Maritime and Port Technology and Development Conference)

The MTEC 2014 (International Maritime and Port Technology and Development Conference) will be held in Trondheim, Norway, on 27 - 29 October 2014. The conference is organized by MARINTEK and NTNU in Norway and co-organized by MPA, NUS, NTU, SMA and NP in Singapore. The Research Council of Norway is supporting the conference.

Conference web site


- Aquaculture industry meets students at Bridgehead conference

- Aquaculture industry meets students at Bridgehead conference

- Aquaculture industry meets students at Bridgehead conference

The Bridgehead conference was held at Frøya 22 and 23 October. During the seminar the innovative cage design of Ocean Farming was presented and new developments were discussed. Then, about 40 enthusiastic students and researchers  from a broad range of disciplines met with representatives from the aquaculture sector for idea mingling and speed dating. Finally, the students paid a visit to a salmon farm and the world's larges fish processing plant.

Several media reported about the event: Hitra-Frøya, NRK Trøndelag, and iLaks.

Participants at the conference


- The Rome declaration

- The Rome declaration

- The Rome declaration

The Rome Declaration was presented at the EurOCEAN 2014 conference, an official event of the Italian EU Presidency. Setting a vision for seas and ocean science to achieve an ecosystem approach to the management of Europe's marine resources as a fundamental requirement for sustainable Blue Growth, the Rome Declaration sets out four high level goals: Valuing the Ocean; Capitalizing on European leadership; Advancing ocean knowledge and; Breaking barriers.


- High expectations towards Brohode conference

- High expectations towards Brohode conference

- High expectations towards Brohode conference

 

On 22 October 2014 more than 160 participants - companies, students, researchers and teachers - with a passion for aquaculture will come together to find smart solutions. A professional seminar and a brainstorming session will provide students, supervisors and business people with the opportunity to bring forward ideas on how the aquaculture industry can take advantage of technologies and processes developed for other sectors. A speed dating session allows industry stakeholders to meet students with different expertise and from different universities and high schools. This will result in student projects dealing with industry-relevant themes of joint interest.

Article about the NTNU Brohodeconference on http://www.ilaks.no/ung-idemyldring-om-havbruk/

 


- Award for best presentation at YOUMARES

- Award for best presentation at YOUMARES

- Award for best presentation at YOUMARES

The YOUMARES 5 convention in Germany attracted more than 100 particpants, guests, speakers, session-chairs from more than 8 nations.

Isabel Richter from NTNU Dept. of Psychology won one of the SPRINGER sponsored awards for best presentation: "Changing oceans - changing seafood consumption" (Session: individual engagement in environmental change).

Congratulations!


- AQUAEXCEL achievements

- AQUAEXCEL achievements

- AQUAEXCEL achievements

AQUAEXCEL (Aquaculture Infrastructures for Excellence in European Fish Research) is an EU FP7 project that aims to integrate key aquaculture research infrastructures across Europe in order to promote their coordinated use and development. Through collaboration with 17 partners and 23 facilities, AQUAEXCEL offers access to top class research infrastructures for both basic and applied research.

The booklet with achievements shows results from the AQUAEXCEL training courses, networking activities, research studies and transnational access projects.  


- NTNU Oceans at Research days

- NTNU Oceans at Research days

- NTNU Oceans at Research days

- NTNU Oceans at Research days

We invited children and families to come and see, touch, feel, explore the wonders of marine life. Many happy faces - and future marine scientists/technologists?!

  


- Welcome to the Brohode Conference

- Welcome to the Brohode Conference

- Welcome to the Brohode Conference

22-23 October 2014, Frøya

The program "NTNU Brohode Frøya" invites to a conference for aquaculture industry, students, students and researchers. The conference will deal with the challenges in the aquaculture industry. We find smart solutions for future's aquaculture - together. There will be professional talks, competitive brainstorming, speed dating and an evening dinner. The conference provides a platform for companies and students to find out whether they have common interests, and if they can jointly initiate bachelor or master projects. This will provide the companies with new valuable knowledge and applicable skills. See agenda (in Norwegian).

Register here within 10 October!


- Thanking the management team of the former marine strategic area at NTNU

- Thanking the management team of the former marine strategic area at NTNU

- Thanking the management team of the former marine strategic area at NTNU

The management team of the former marine strategic area at NTNU, Prof. Yngvar Olsen (Director), Prof. Harald Ellingsen (Vice-Director) and Alexandra Neyts (Manager) were acknowledged for their achievements by the Director of the new area NTNU Ocean Science and Technology, Prof. Ingrid Schjølberg.


- New director for NTNU Oceans

- New director for NTNU Oceans

- New director for NTNU Oceans

Dr. Ingrid Schjølberg was appointed the position of Director of the new strategic area "NTNU Ocean Science and Technology". She is Adjunct Professor at the NTNU Dept. of Marine Technology, with research background in cybernetics, system analysis, mathematical modelling for control, control theory, underwater robotics.

Alexandra Neyts continues being the manager of the strategic area.


- Invitation to aquaculture training course in Trondheim

- Invitation to aquaculture training course in Trondheim

- Invitation to aquaculture training course in Trondheim

Through the EC FP7 funded project AQUAEXCEL a pioneering technical Training Course is organized on "Efficient Utilisation of New Monitoring and Control Systems in Fish Experiments". It will be held at NTNU, in collaboration with SINTEF and Wageningen University, from 19 to 22 May 2014. A full day excursion to an exposed sea-cage salmon farming site and to the aquaculture region of Frøya is also included.

This is a unique chance for researchers and technicians in this field as course attendance is free. Participants are expected to pay their own travel, subsistence and accommodation.

For more information and registration, see http://www.aquaexcel.eu/training_courses


- The aquaculture industry creates a new Professor position at NTNU

- The aquaculture industry creates a new Professor position at NTNU

- The aquaculture industry creates a new Professor position at NTNU

The aquaculture industry creates a new Professor position at NTNUTogether with PhD and Master students with biological and technological expertise,  the professor will initiate research to increase the knowledge about environmental issues connected to sea-based salmon aquaculture. Funding was provided by the Norwegian Seafood Federation (FHL) in Mid-Norway, together with  aquaculture related companies. Click here for more information (in Norwegian).


- “NTNU Brohode Frøya” conference

- "NTNU Brohode Frøya" conference

- "NTNU Brohode Frøya" conference

Industry stakeholders, researchers and students were gathered at the bi-annual aquaculture conference. Thematic focus this year was on salmon aquaculture in exposed areas. Scientists from NTNU, SINTEF and the Norwegian School of Veterinary Science presented the outcome of their research to the sector. NTNU students speed dated company representatives to find projects of common interest and visited a production site. Follow NTNU Brohode Frøya on Facebook and see a video of the activities on YouTube!


- NTNU Marine at Norwegian Science Week

- NTNU Marine at Norwegian Science Week

19.09.2013

- NTNU Marine at Norwegian Science Week

Marine researchers from NTNU are present at different arrangements:


- AMOS Centre of excellence at NTNU

AMOS Centre of excellence at NTNU

14.08.2013

AMOS Centre of excellence at NTNU


- MoU between Jeollanam-do province (Korea) and NTNU Marine

- MoU between Jeollanam-do province (Korea) and NTNU Marine

08.08.2013

- MoU between Jeollanam-do province (Korea) and NTNU Marine

On 7 August, a collaboration agreement was signed by the governor of the Jeollanam-do province and the Dean of the NTNU Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology. The province is the most important site for the production of seaweeds and other aquaculture products and is therefore a highly relevant partner in the field of sustainable seafood production. 

MoU between Jeollanam-do province (Korea) and NTNU Marine


- NTNU Ocean Science and Technology

- NTNU Ocean Science and Technology The NTNU board has approved the establishment of a new marine strategic research area. It will start from January 2014. Its vision is "Knowledge for a...

- NTNU Ocean Science and Technology

The NTNU board has approved the establishment of a new marine strategic research area. It will start from January 2014. Its vision is "Knowledge for a sustainable use of the ocean space", with focus on cross disciplinarity , international collaboration, interaction with industry and authorities. Six thematic focus areas have been selected:

  • Green shipping
  • Into the deep sea
  • Oil and gas from the North
  • Sustainable seafood
  • Sea-based renewable
  • Marine environment and society

- Echoes from the deep

- Echoes from the deep The research vessel Gunnerus was used to test new underwater acoustic monitoring equipment under the European CLAM project. See the movie on "Euronews"  . ...

- Echoes from the deep

The research vessel Gunnerus was used to test new underwater acoustic monitoring equipment under the European CLAM project. See the movie on "Euronews" .


- Underwater archaeology

- Underwater archaeology Archaeologists and marine technologists from NTNU work together to detect wrecks of historical value in the trondheimsfjord. See the movie shown on Norwegian...

- Underwater archaeology

Archaeologists and marine technologists from NTNU work together to detect wrecks of historical value in the trondheimsfjord. See the movie shown on Norwegian TV.


- NTNU and SINTEF at NorFishing 2012

NTNU and SINTEF at NorFishing 2012 A joint NTNU/SINTEF booth at the international  fair provides information about research and education activities relevant for the fisheries and fish...

NTNU and SINTEF at NorFishing 2012
A joint NTNU/SINTEF booth at the international  fair provides information about research and education activities relevant for the fisheries and fish processing industry. All fact sheets can be downloaded at www.sintef.no/home/Fisheries-and-Aquaculture/Nor-Fishing-2012-eng/

- Collaboration agreement with Frøya

- Collaboration agreement with Frøya Frøya has developed into one of Norway´s foremost aquaculture regions, with many aquaculture producers, suppliers and related services. The agreement...

- Collaboration agreement with Frøya
Frøya has developed into one of Norway´s foremost aquaculture regions, with many aquaculture producers, suppliers and related services. The agreement between NTNU Marine and the secondary school at Frøya aims at involving the industrial partners more strongly into research and educational activities at the university. This will form a basis for the development of a more knowledge-based aquaculture sector.

 

- Join GeminiFish on Facebook

- Join GeminiFish on Facebook GeminiFish is a group of interdisciplinary researchers from SINTEF and NTNU in Trondheim, Norway. They represent a variety disciplines, including fisheries...

- Join GeminiFish on Facebook
GeminiFish is a group of interdisciplinary researchers from SINTEF and NTNU in Trondheim, Norway. They represent a variety disciplines, including fisheries biology, technology and policy. The Gemini Center for Sustainable Fisheries aims to be an international joint force at the leading edge of research.

The Gemini Center for Sustainable Fisheries can offer you:

  • Interdisciplinary Marine Research
  • International Collaboration
  • Strategic Cooperation
  • First-class Scientific Groups
  • A network of Marine Scientists from NTNU and SINTEF!

See: www.facebook.com/GeminiCenter#!/GeminiCenter

- NTNU has joined NCE Aquaculture

NTNU has joined NCE Aquaculture In April 2012, the marine strategic area at NTNU became a member in the Norwegian Centre of Excellence in Aquaculture. The cluster consists of aquaculture...

NTNU has joined NCE Aquaculture
In April 2012, the marine strategic area at NTNU became a member in the Norwegian Centre of Excellence in Aquaculture. The cluster consists of aquaculture producing companies, feed and equipment suppliers, research institutions and universities. NTNU will contribute with knowledge on the technology and biology aspects of marine aquaculture. It also hosts the partnership meeting in Trondheim on 7 and 8 May. More information can be found at: www.nceaquaculture.com

- Permanent position - Associate Professor in Marine Ecology

The Department of Biology, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology, at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) announces a vacant position as Associate Professor in marine...

The Department of Biology, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology, at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) announces a vacant position as Associate Professor in marine system ecology (biological oceanography). See: http://www.jobbnorge.no/job.aspx?jobid=80281. Application deadline: 30 March 2012.

- Marine monitoring at Transatlantic Science Week

A session dedicated to Technology development for marine monitoring and ocean observation was organized by NTNU at the University of California Berkeley, on 25 September 2011. Researchers from...

A session dedicated to Technology development for marine monitoring and ocean observation was organized by NTNU at the University of California Berkeley, on 25 September 2011. Researchers from different US (UC Berkeley, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Californian Polytechnic State University, Stanford University) and Norwegian (NTNU, UNIS) universities discussed opportunities for collaboration within applied underwater robotics.
See www.norway.org/scienceweek
 

- Impact of Climate Change on Biogeochemical Cycles and Ecosystems in Arctic -Antarctic Polar Seas

A two-day workshop on polar oceans and climate change was organized by NTNU on 1-2 October 2011. The presentations and brain storming session with researchers from India, Chile, Germany and...

A two-day workshop on polar oceans and climate change was organized by NTNU on 1-2 October 2011. The presentations and brain storming session with researchers from India, Chile, Germany and Norway have paved a way for follow-up actions and projects of mutual interest. Perspectives resulting from the workshop have already been published in Norwegian and international popular scientific platforms.

Polar Oceans in Transition

Om isen smelter

- Aquaculture fact sheets

During the international trade fair AquaNOR 2011, NTNU profiled its activities together with SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture and MARINTEK. Fact sheets under the categories escapes, salmon...

During the international trade fair AquaNOR 2011, NTNU profiled its activities together with SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture and MARINTEK. Fact sheets under the categories escapes, salmon lice, nutrients, biomass control, future production, use of ocean space, efficiency improvement, environment, processing, and international collaboration. (most sheets are in Norwegian)

Official opening of the underwater laboratory at NTNU

The Applied Underwater Robotics Laboratory (AUR-Lab) was officially opened by the Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry, Trond Giske (AP) on 23 August, on board of the research vessel...

Official opening of the underwater laboratory at NTNU

The Applied Underwater Robotics Laboratory (AUR-Lab) was officially opened by the Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry, Trond Giske (AP) on 23 August, on board of the research vessel Gunnerus and at NTNU Sealab. Through a mutual agreement among the deans of 5 different Faculties the laboratory will be the common work space for marine technologists, cybernetics engineers, biologists and chemists, archaeologists and aquaculture researchers.

The happening was covered by the Norwegian press (NRK).

Trond Giske