Villages 2019

Here you will find information about the villages run in the 2019 spring-semester

Click on your student city to show more information about all the villages that are offered at your campus

Villages in Trondheim

Faculties:

AD = Faculty of Architecture and Design, MH = Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, HF = Faculty of Humanities, IE = Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, IV = Faculty of Engineering, NV = Faculty of Natural Sciences, SU = Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences, ØK = Faculty of Economics and Management

Semester-based / Language of instruction: Norwegian

Village Village supervisor(s) Faculty Course code
Aluminium for en lettere verden! Randi Holmestad NV TFY4851
Autoferge Inger Berge Hagen IE TTK4851
Big Data Andreas Asheim IE TMA4851
Bruk av AI i praksis Heri Ramampiaro IE TDT4859
Bærekraftig akvakultur i fremtidens matproduksjon Michael Pepke Pedersen NV BI2097
Bærekraftig prosessindustri Hanna Knuutila NV TKP4852
Concrete Innovation Stefan Jacobsen
Rolands Cepuritis
IV TKT4851
Design av fremtidens helsetjenester Johannes Sigurjonsson
Ann Kristin Forshaug
AD TPD4850
Digital formidling av fortiden Alexandra Angeletaki IE TDT4858
Digitalisering for en sirkulær økonomi Elli Verhulst ØK TIØ4856
Droner Siri Gulaker Mathisen IE TTK4853
Energiutfordringer for en bærekraftig fremtid Steve Völler IE TET4850
Folkehelse for og med barn og unge på bygda Line Merethe Oldervoll MH MFEL4854
Forbruk - design - livsstil Stig Kvaal HF EIT3006
Fortalt digitalt Trond Aasland HF EIT3014
Digitale forretningsmodeller Harald Øverby IE TTM4850
Elektrisk luftfart Robert Nilssen IE TET4854
Framtidens digitale sykehus Anders N Gullhav ØK TIØ4855
Fremtidens matproduksjon Thomas Christian Espenes
Lars Bjørnar Skancke
ØK TIØ4857
Gode idrettsanlegg Amund Bruland IV TBA4856
Havbruk - teknologi på biologiens premisser Pål Lader IV TMR4853
Havromsteknologi Håvard Holm IV TMR4850
Idrettsteknologi Sondre Auganæs
Bjørn Åge Berntsen
IV TBA4851
Ingen skade skjedd: medieteknologier for en bedre verden Nina Lager Vestberg HF EIT3016
Innovasjonskompetanse - fremtidens kjernekompetanse Torild Oddane ØK BEIT4010
Innovativ bytransport Alex Klein-Paste
Trude Tørset
IV TBA4861
IT-styring av moderne lastebiler Svein-Olaf Hvasshovd IE TDT4856
Kyborg - roboter styrt av hjerneceller Martinius Knudsen IE TTK4850
Lyd i hverdagen - Helsefremmede eller skadelig? Guillaume Dutilleux
Tim Cato Netland
IE TTT4850
Maskinlæring Gunhild Elisabeth Berget IE TTK4852
Matematikk innen anvendelser Jo Eidsvik IE TMA4850
Miljøer for læring ved NTNU Patric Wallin SU PED3802
Miljøpåvirkning og helse Trond Peder Flaten NV KJ2095
Nanoteknologi: Smått og godt? Antonius Theodorus van Helvoort NV TFY4853
Prosjektlandsbyen Bjørn Otto Elvenes ØK TIØ4850
Punktlig og effektiv jernbane Albert Lau IV TBA4853
Romteknologi Amund Gjersvik IE TFE4850
SimsalaBIM Rolf André Bohne
Arvid Dalehaug
Salvatore Carlucci
IV TBA4859
Smart bygging Morten Christensen
Tore Kvande
IV TBA4855
Smart energibruk Armin Hafner
Trygve Magne Eikevik
IV TEP4851
Smarte byer Sobah Abbas Petersen IE TDT4857
The Big Bang of Internet - teknologi og tjenester i takt Per Jonny Nesse ØK TIØ4852
Vannkraft for fremtiden Pål Tore Storli IV TEP4853
Vekst og utvikling - Politiske og økonomiske faktorer Ole Bjørn Røste SU POL3801
Virtuell og utvidet virkelighet (VR/AR) i læring og trening Ekaterina Prasolova-Førland SU PED3801
VR-landsbyen Egil Tjåland IV TPG4850
Waterworld Thomas Meyn IV TVM4850
Å skape fremtidens mat ved hjelp av biprodukter Oleksandr Dykyy NV TBT4850

 

Semester-based / Language of instruction: English

Village Village supervisor(s) Faculty Course code
A Bright, Strong and Light Future with Materials Ida Westerman NV TMT4850
Biofuels - a Solution or a Problem? Størker Moe NV TKP4850
Biomaterials and Healthcare Knut Aasland IV TMM4852
Dragvoll, Gløshaugen, or just NTNU? Jonathan Kim SU PSY3808
GPS and 3D Digital Modelling Hossein Nahavandchi IV TBA4852
Haltenbanken Village Jon Kleppe
Richard Rwenchungura
IV TPG4851
Hydrogen in transportation for a safe and sustainable future Nicola Paltrinieri IV TPK4852
ICT-Enabled Social Innovation for Social Good Letizia Jaccheri IE TDT4850
Nanomechanics in Structural Engineering Jianying He
Sandra Sæther
IV TKT4854
Radio Waves, Risk Perception and Health Effects Gunnhild Oftedal IE TTT4851
Saving the World is not Rocket Science

Gunnar Austrheim
Jonatan Fredricson Marquez
Lara Veylit

NV BI2098

 

Intensive / Language of instruction: Norwegian

Village  Village supervisor(s) Faculty Course code
Arkitektur for helse: fremtidens smarte sykehus Johan van der Zwart AD AAR4912
Bli endringsagent! Bærekraftig innovasjon gjennom bruk av entrepenørielle metoder i ulike kontekster Benjamin Toscher ØK TIØ4853
Det personlige genom Barbara van Loon
Frank Skorpen
MH MFEL4851
FORMlab Thomas Haupt
Nina Kathrine Haarsaker
AD AAR4911
Gjør byen din bedre Markus Schwai AD AAR4914
Grønn Gaming - Miljøspill og læring Kristoffer Skomsøy Fjællingsdal SU PSY3802
Helse-Sikkerhet-Opplæring Hans Nordahl MH MFEL4862
Helse og velferd Fredrik Carlsen ØK SØK3801
Innovative samfunn og roboter: Fremtiden for velferdsteknologi Artur Serrano MH MFEL4853
Kommunikasjon Lars Sigred Evensen HF EIT3005
Kultur og næring Julia Krankenhagen HF EIT3007
Lev & lær Gunhild Roald
Ida Malén Gabrielsen
SU VL3800
Myke teknologier Jon Otto Fossum
Paul Dommersnes
NV TFY4852
Ny kommunestruktur Per Tovmo ØK SØK3800
Roten til alt ondt Anne Mari Rokstad MH MFEL4857
Skoleanlegget - et sted for læring og trivsel Per Egil Mjaavatn SU PED3800
Skreddersydd biologi Eivind Almaas NV BT3801
Storskala CO2-lagring Svein-Olaf Hvasshovd IE TDT4855
Teknologiske løsninger for personer med spesielle behov Jon Sørgaard MH MFEL4856
Vitenskapen versus pseudovitenskapen Andreas Radtke MH MFEL4852
Velferdsteknologi for bærekraftig omsorg og inkludering i lokalsamfunnet Sigrid Nakrem MH HLS3801
VM på ski for alle Lars Ursin MH HLS3802
Å tenke integrering på nytt? Jakub Stachowski SU SOS3800

 

Intensive / Language of instruction: English

 Village  Village supervisor(s)  Faculty Course code
Digital Medicine Berit Brattheim
Mattijs Elschot
MH MFEL4859
Energy Transition - Thinking Green Florentina Paraschiv ØK BEIT4011
Future of Wood Pasi Aalto
Aasmund Bunkholt
AD AAR4922
Innovation in Health Care Erney Mattsson MH MFEL4850
Meditiazation of Society Stefan Geiss SU POL3802
North by North East: A free passage from Norway to China Florian Schneider
Jacob Jessen
AD AAR4918

Villages in Gjøvik

Faculties:

AD = Faculty of Architecture and Design, MH = Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, HF = Faculty of Humanities, IE = Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, IV = Faculty of Engineering, NV = Faculty of Natural Sciences, SU = Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences, ØK = Faculty of Economics and Management

Semester-based / Language of instruction: Norwegian

Village Village supervisor(s) Faculty Course code
Autonomous transport Jens Barland AD IMT4000
Sustainable factory of the Future Geir Ringen
Nina Tvenge
IV TØL4025

Villages in Ålesund

Faculties:

AD = Faculty of Architecture and Design, MH = Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, HF = Faculty of Humanities, IE = Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, IV = Faculty of Engineering, NV = Faculty of Natural Sciences, SU = Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences, ØK = Faculty of Economics and Management

Semester-based / Language of instruction: Norwegian

Village Village supervisor(s) Faculty Course code
Atlantic Recreation Anders Ulstein IE IE509118
Sustainable value creation in Ocean Space Vilmar Æsøy IV IP509118
How to create new and attractive jobs in the North West Bjørn Magne Hatlø ØK AM500118
Making money from waste Paula Rice
Richard Glavee-Geo
ØK AM500218

Choosing a village

For practical information about how to enter details of your village wish list, see the Innsida page for EiT students.

What should I keep in mind before I register my wishes for my EiT village?

Choose villages with themes that spark your interest or curiosity. EiT can give you an opportunity to work with issues that inspire or fascinate you, and you can learn more about the village theme through your work with the project. To read about project work and village themes in EiT, click here.

Also explore villages with themes that seem to be outside your own discipline. Former students and teaching staff report that they would have liked greater interdisciplinarity in the villages. Students’ choice of a village is one of several factors that influence how interdisciplinary the villages are. If more students choose villages with themes that seem further away from their own fields, the interdisciplinarity of the villages may increase.

The village themes are often so complex that all disciplines at NTNU can contribute solutions, and EiT can be seen as an opportunity to apply your expertise to themes that you do not usually work with.