Gemini Centres

NTNU and SINTEF's Gemini Centres form a model for strategic cooperation in which scientific groups with parallel interests coordinate their scientific efforts and jointly operate their resources. As of 2012, SINTEF and NTNU have established 22 Gemini Centres that address everything from marine structural engineering to roads and transport to petrochemistry and catalysis. KinCat researcher

The objective and vision of the Gemini Centres
The objective of the Gemini Centres is to develop large scientific groups of higher quality than either of the partners could manage to build up on its own. There is an international demand for first-class scientific groups on the part of both project sponsors and students. For this reason, the Gemini Centres have adopted the following vision: To be an international joint force at the leading edge of research

For more information, contact the GEMINI Centre Coordinator, Berit Sundby Avset.

Gemini Centres:

Road and Transport
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Per Lillestøl, Carl Christian Thodesen - SINTEF
Arvid Aakre, Inge Hoff - NTNU
Materials and Energy
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Ann Mari Svensson - SINTEF
Geir M. Haarberg - NTNU
Marine Structural Engineering
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Egil Giertsen - SINTEF
Svein Sævik - NTNU
Electrical Energy and Energy Systems
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Petter Egil Røkke - SINTEF
Halsten Aastebøl - NTNU

Tribology
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF

Sergio Armada, Stephane Dumoulin - SINTEF
Roy Johnsen, Nuria Espallargas - NTNU
Acoustic Research Center
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Odd K. Østern Pettersen - SINTEF
Peter Svensson - NTNU
Underground Technology
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Eivind Grøv - SINTEF
Bjørn Nilsen - NTNU
Health Services Research
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Birgitte Kalseth - SINTEF
Jon Magnussen - NTNU

Fisheries technology
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF 

Dag Standal - SINTEF
Rachel Tiller, Jennifer Bailey, Jarle Mork, Harald Ellingsen - NTNU

PV-Solar Cell Materials
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF

Tanja Pettersen, Mohammed Mhamdi, Ragnar Fagerberg - SINTEF
Lars Arnberg, Ursula Gibson - NTNU

Sustainable Architecture and Property
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF

Karin Høyland - SINTEF
Geir K. Hansen - NTNU

Transmission Electron Microscopy - TEM
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF

John Walmsley - SINTEF
Randi Holmestad, Jan Ketil Solberg - NTNU
Advanced Robotics
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Ingrid Schjølberg - SINTEF
Terje Lien - NTNU
KinCat
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Torbjørn Gjervan - SINTEF
Edd Anders Blekkan - NTNU
ROSS - Reliability and Safety Studies
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Lars Bodsberg, Gerd Kjølle - SINTEF
Stein Haugen, Jan Hovden, Ingrid B Utne, Britt-Marie Drottz Sjöberg, Per Morten Schiefloe - NTNU
Marine Plankton Technology and Ecology
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Gunvor Øie, Bjørn-Henrik Hansen - SINTEF
Jo Arve Alfredsen, Elin Kjørsvik - NTNU
PROST - Advanced Process Regulation
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Lars Imsland, Sigurd Skogestad - NTNU
Berit Floor Lund - SINTEF

Energy Processes
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF

Olav Bolland, Gerd Randi Fremstad - NTNU
Mona Mølnvik, Anne KT Hemmingsen, Marie Bysveen - SINTEF

Maritime Logistics
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF

Bjørn E Asbjørnslett, Kjetil Fagerholt - NTNU
Trond Johnsen - SINTEF
Applied Artificial Intelligence 
Partners: NTNU and SINTEF
Helge Langseth - NTNU
Anders Kofod-Petersen - SINTEF 

 

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.