News and events at NTNU AMOS in 2017

News and events at NTNU AMOS in 2017

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2017 IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology Outstanding Paper Award

Walter Caharija, Kristin Y. Pettersen and Milan Milovanovic ́

NTNU AMOS Days 2017

NTNU AMOS employees, associates and partners at NTNU AMOS Days November 9th 2017. Photo by Børge Rokseth, NTNU.

Finn Christian W. Hanssen have won the Moan-Faltinsen Best Paper Award on Marine Hydrodynamics 2017

Finn Christian W. Hanssen

The AMOS affiliated scientist Josef Kiendl at Department of Marine Technology has been identified as a Highly Cited Researcher 2017 by Clarivate Analytics (former Thomson Reuters)

Josef Kiendl

Research campaign at the West Coast of Norway

Professors Ludvigsen and Johnsen set up lab for testing autonomous underwater robots on the seabed of the Trondheim fjord

Prof. Torgeir Moan receives ASME Lifetime Achievement Award

Prof. Sørensen comments on the digitalization in the marine industry and on autonomous ferries

Prof. Moan is one of three NTNU professors among the 10 top researchers in Norway with the most publication points in CRIStin

Prof. Trygve Kristiansen encourages project about collecting plastic waste from the sea

Adj. Prof. Claudio Lugni publishes a paper about rogue waves in the renowned "Scientific Reports" with his colleagues


Prof. Asgeir J. Sørensen is this year's best lecturer at IMT

NTNU AMOS is collaborating with Kjell Inge Røkke's team and WWF in the development of the Research Expedition Vessel (REV)

How can ships travelling in the Arctic maintain their position when ice pushes them in different directions? Interview with NTNU AMOS PhD graduate Øivind Kjerstad

Photo: SAMCoT

The unknown Arctic sea: commentary by Prof. Asgeir Sørensen and more

The unknown Arctic sea

Underwater drone by NTNU AMOS spin-off BluEye makes the ocean accessible for all

Video: Underwater drone by NTNU AMOS spin-off BluEye makes the ocean accessible for all

play Watch a video about the drone: "Vil gjøre havbunnen tilgjengelig for alle" (5 April 2017)

NTNU AMOS PhD graduate becomes adjunct professor in Brazil


Christopher Rodin tests new aerial camera gimbal to assist station-keeping of ships in sea ice

Øyvind Ødegård interviewed about "curious" robots which search for the ocean's secrets

Teknisk Ukeblad wrote a profile on NTNU AMOS Prof. Kristin Y. Pettersen

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NTNU AMOS spin-off company Eelume debuts snake-like underwater robot

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play watch the video by Eelume: "Reshaping Underwater Operations" (February 2017)

NTNU AMOS PhD candidates convince female high school pupils to take a doctoral degree in technology

NTNU AMOS spin-off company Ecotone invents miracle camera

NTNU AMOS spin-off company BluEye starts production of underwater drones for private use

NTNU AMOS contributes to TV program "Newton"

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play watch the program "Newton" - selvstyrende undervannsrobot (3 February 2017) 

Øivind Kåre Kjerstad interviewed about his Arctic maritime research

Photo: SAMCoT

NTNU AMOS has received funding for new projects

NTNU AMOS researchers write about their findings on their field trip


Prof. Geir Johnsen featured in new NTNU movie


play Watch the new NTNU movie with Prof. Geir Johnsen! (January 2017)