Research at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering

Research at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering


Research Groups

Research Groups

Process and PowerStudents. Photo.

Power, processes, systems and components are our main research focus. We work with energy efficiency in all industrial processes, especially in oil and gas, metal and food industry. Multiphase transport is an additional and important part of our research activities.

 

Sustainable Energy SystemsStudents. Photo.

The sustainable energy systems group works with integration of energy systems. Our aim is to increase sustainability, using diverse technologies and applications

 

Thermo FluidsStudents. Photo.

Our research group focusses on both fundamental and applied research in the general areas of thermal energy and fluid mechanics.

 

 

Industrial Ecology ProgrammeGreen Leaves. Photo.

Industrial Ecology is the study of the material side of the economy and society and investigate how resource use contributes to welfare, as well as how and where the environmental impacts occur. Our teaching and research activities bridge technology and the social sciences.


PhD Studies

PhD Studies

Photo: IllustrationSupervised doctorates are the highest degrees awarded by the University for research, which is carried out under the immediate supervision of staff members. The education and training provided in these degree programmes are designed to produce graduates who have the capacity to conduct independent research that is both original and of high international quality.

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Centres (FME, SFI)

Centres (FME, SFI)

We participate in the following centres:
 
FME Bio4fuels Norwegian Centre for Sustainable Bio-based Fuels and Energy 2017-2024 Terese Løvås / Anders Strømman
FME HighEFF Centre for an Energy Efficient and Competitive Industry for the Future/HighEFF 2017-2024 Truls Gundersen/Trygve Eikevik
FME HydroCen Norwegian Research Center for Hydropower Technology 2016-2024 Liv Randi Hultgreen
FME NCCS NCCS is an international research cooperation on CO2 capture, transport and storage (CCS) 2018-2024 James Dawson
FME NTRANS Norwegian Centre for Energy Transition Strategies 2019-2027 Anders Strømman
FME ZEN The Research Centre on Zero Emission Neighbourhoods in Smart Cities 2016-2024 Hans Martin Mathisen
SFI Metal Production Resource efficient metal production from a clean industry 2016-2020 Daniel Beat Mueller
SFI SmartMaritime Norwegian Centre for improved energy-efficiency and reduced emissions from the maritime sector 2015-2023 Anders Strømman
  FRIC Fire Research and Innovation Centre    2019-2024 Ivar Ståle Ertesvåg
  LowEmission Low Emission Research Centre 2019-2026 Nicholas Worth

Contact

Contact

Photo portraitProfessor and Head of Department Terese Løvås at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering.

Publications

Publications

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