Centres for Research-based Innovation
The Norwegian Council of Research provides long-term funding for The Centres for Research-based Innovation (CRI). The scheme promotes innovation through close cooperation between R&D intensive companies and prominent research institutions.
To provide a research and technology platform for the creation and development of smart, cost effective, safe and environmentally friendly structures and products through multi-scale testing, modelling and simulation.
CIUS – Center for innovative ultrasound solutions for health care, maritime, and oil & gas industries
Centre for Innovative Ultrasound Solutions for health care, maritime, and oil & gas builds on NTNU’s longstanding tradition in ultrasound research for medical applications and extends this to encompass new research areas within oil, gas and maritime sectors.
iCSI – Industrial Catalysis Science and Innovation for a competitive and sustainable process industry
The centre targets the land-based chemical process industry in Norway. The main objective of iCSI is to boost industrial innovation and competitiveness as well as to provide efficient, low-emission process technology.
The main goal is to enable industrial innovation and give the industry long term access to world class fundamental competence and candidates. This will enable the industry to maintain its position at the forefront of sustainable innovation.
MOVE develops knowledge, methods and technologies for robust, efficient structures and for maintenance of equipment in extreme waters. These technologies will open new opportunities for Norwegian industry and other stakeholders that work in the Arctic, in deep water, and with wind turbines and deep sea mining.
The primary objective is to become a leading international subsea research centre that provides top quality candidates, knowledge and technology innovations. This will be done in partnership with the most important industrial players in the field.
SAMCoT is a leading national and international centre for the development of robust technology necessary for sustainable exploration and exploitation of the valuable and vulnerable Arctic region.
The Arctic University of Norway (UiT) hosts the Centre.
Nofima AS hosts the Centre.
SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture hosts the Centre.
SINTEF hosts the Centre.
University of Agder (UiA) hosts the Centre.
SINTEF hosts the Centre.
University of Oslo (UiO) hosts the Centre.
Smart Maritime – Norwegian Centre for improved energy-efficiency and reduced emissions from the maritime sector
MARINTEK hosts the Centre.