Gemini Centres

As of 2014, SINTEF and NTNU have established 22 Gemini Centres. The objective of the centres is to develop large scientific groups of high quality. For more information, contact the Gemini centres coordinator

 

Road and Transport

Road and transport, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Roar Norvik, Carl Christian Thodesen - SINTEF
  • Inge Hoff, Eirin Ryeng - NTNU

 

Materials and Energy

Materials and energy, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Ingeborg Kaus, Egil Skybakmoen - SINTEF
  • Geir M. Haarberg, Kjell Wiik - NTNU

 

Marine Structural Engineering

Marine structural engineering, partners NTNU and SINTEF 

  • Egil Giertsen - SINTEF
  • Svein Sævik - NTNU

 

Electrical Energy and Energy Systems

Electrical Energy and Energy Systems, partners NTNU and SINTEF 

  • Dag Eirik Nordgård - SINTEF
  • Halsten Aastebøl - NTNU 

 

Tribology

Tribology, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Sergio Armada, Stephane Dumoulin - SINTEF
  • Roy Johnsen, Nuria Espallargas, Pål Drevland Jacobsen - NTNU

 

Acoustic Resesearch Centre

Acoustic resesearch centre, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Odd K. Østern Pettersen - SINTEF
  • Peter Svensson - NTNU

 

Underground Technology

Underground technology, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • NTNU and SINTEF Eivind Grøv - SINTEF
  • Bjørn Nilsen - NTNU

 

Health Services Research

Health services research, partners NTNU and SINTEF 

  • Mariann Ådnanes - SINTEF
  • Jon Magnussen - NTNU 

 

Fisheries Technology

Fisheries technology, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Vegard Johansen - SINTEF
  • Rachel Tiller, Jarle Mork - NTNU

 

PV-Solar Cell Materials

PV-Solar Cell Materials, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Mari Juel, Eivind Øvrelid - SINTEF
  • Marisa di Sabatino Lundeberg - NTNU

 

Transmission Electron Microscopy - TEM 

Transmission Electron Microscopy - TEM, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • John Walmsley - SINTEF
  • Randi Holmestad, Jan Ketil Solberg - NTNU

 

Robotnor

Robotnor, partners NTNU and SINTEF 

  • Sture Holmstrøm - SINTEF
  • Ingrid Schjølberg, Terje Lien - NTNU 

 

KinCat

KinCat, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Rune Lødeng - SINTEF
  • Edd Anders Blekkan - NTNU

 

ROSS - Reliability and Safety Studies 

ROSS - Reliability and Safety Studies, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Stian Antonsen, Gerd Kjølle - SINTEF
  • Jørn Vatn, Jan Hovden, Ingrid B Utne, Britt-Marie Drottz Sjöberg, Per Morten Schiefloe - NTNU

 

Marine Plankton Technology and Ecology 

Marine plankton technology and ecology, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Gunvor Øie, Bjørn-Henrik Hansen - SINTEF
  • Elin Kjørsvik, Jo Arve Alfredsen - NTNU

 

PROST

PROST - Advanced process regulation, partners NTNU and SINTEF 

  • Ivar Halvorsen, Sture Holmstrøm - SINTEF
  • Lars Imsland, Sigurd Skogestad - NTNU

 

Energy Processes

Energy processes, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Mona Mølnvik, Anne KT Hemmingsen, Petter Røkke - SINTEF
  • Olav Bolland, Gerd Randi Fremstad - NTNU

 

Maritime Logistics

Maritime logistics, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Trond Johnsen - SINTEF 
  • Bjørn E Asbjørnslett, Kjetil Fagerholt - NTNU 

 

Maritime Communication

Maritime Communication, partners: NTNU and SINTEF

  • Kay Fjørtoft, Gunnar Senneset, Knut Grythe - SINTEF
  • Reinold Ellingsen, Kimmo Kansanen - NTNU

 

Applied Artificial Intelligence

Applied Artificial Intelligence, partners NTNU and SINTEF

  • Bjørn Magnus Mathisen - SINTEF 
  • Anders Kofod-Petersen, Helge Langseth - NTNU

 

Software engineering

Software engineering, partners NTNU, SINTEF and University of Oslo (UiO)

  • Tore Dybå - SINTEF
  • Tor Stålhane - NTNU
  • Dag Sjøberg - UiO

 

Surface characterisation by emission and scattering spectroscopies

Surface characterisation by emission and scattering spectroscopies, partners NTNU, SINTEF and UiO

  • Ragnar Fagerberg - SINTEF
  • Justin Wells - NTNU
  • Bengt Swensson - UiO

SINTEF and NTNU

NTNU works closely with SINTEF, the largest independent research institute in Scandinavia. SINTEF draws technological expertise to Trondheim.

NTNU and SINTEF cooperate on staff, equipment, laboratories and research. This partnership started over 50 years ago and has resulted in many advances for society.

Read more about the partnership between NTNU and SINTEF.