Background and activities
Jan Magnus Granheim Farstad
From 01.01.2017 it is called "Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering", where I still work as a PhD-student.
For the past few years, i have worked as an assistant professor at the Department of Engineering Design and Materials (IPM). Here, I have lectured and supervised students in lecture halls, exercise rooms and laboratories, from "Teknostart" to Master theses. From fall 2014, I am a PhD-student.
A list ("CV") of things i have done and are doing during my working career so far:
•Phd candidate from 1. October 2014
•Assistant Professor from september 2011
–Machine Design and Mechatronics
•Lectures, project supervision, lab-exercises
•Starting a new mechatronics student-lab at IPM
–Plastisk deformasjon og brudd
–Praksiskurs og HMS for førsteårsstudenter ved PuP
–Veiledning av Masteroppgaver
•Research Assistant from january 2009
–Materialteknikk 2 (nå «Plastisk deformasjon og brudd»)
–Maskinkonstruksjon og mekatronikk
•Master Thesis, spring 2008, IPM, NTNU
–«Fremtidens resirkuleringsstasjoner» (Tomra Automated Recycling Centre)
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2017) Comparison of distortions of complex aluminium sections formed in single-step and incremental roll bending. AIP Conference Proceedings. vol. 1896.
- (2017) Surface Friction of Rapidly Prototyped Wheels from 3D-Printed Thermoplastic Elastomers: An Experimental Study. Procedia CIRP. vol. 60.
- (2017) Design of a Modular Extrusion-based Aluminum Monorail System for Highly Accurate Car Positioning. Procedia CIRP. vol. 60.
- (2016) Evaluation of undesirable deformations in complex, hollow aluminium extrusions due to roll bending. AIP Conference Proceedings. vol. 1769 (1).