Gemini Centres

 

NTNU, SINTEF and University of Oslo (UiO) have established the Gemini Centres. The objective of the centres is to develop large scientific groups of high quality. 

More information about the Gemini Centres and contact information (in Norwegian).

 

Acoustics Research Centre

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Applied Artificial Intelligence

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Big Data

Partnere NTNU, SINTEF and UiO.

 

Electrical Energy and Energy Systems

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Energy Processes (in Norwegian)

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Health Services Research (in Norwegian)

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

KinCat – Catalysis Group

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Lifex

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Marine Juvenile and Plankton Technology and Ecology

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Marin Structural Engineering (in Norwegian)

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Maritime Communication (in Norwegian)

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Maritime Logistics (in Norwegian)

Partners NTNU and SINTEF

 

Materials and Energy

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

PROST – Process systems engineering

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

PV-Solar Cell Materials

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Road and Transport

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

ROBOTNOR

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

ROSS – Reliability and Safety Studies

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Software engineering

Partners NTNU, SINTEF and UiO.

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

 

SUCCESS – Surface characterisation by emission and scattering spectroscopies

Partners NTNU, SINTEF and UiO.

  • Justin W. Wells – NTNU
  • Ragnar Fagerberg – SINTEF
  • Bengt Swensson – UiO

 

Sustainable Fisheries

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

TELL – Technology enhanced lifelong learning

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

TEM Gemini Centre - Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Tribology Lab

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

Underground Technology

Partners NTNU and SINTEF.

 

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SINTEF and NTNU

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

SINTEF and NTNU 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 SINTEF and NTNU.