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Our research activity is organised in research projects.

Here are some of our projects:


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Klima 2050

Klima 2050 will reduce the societal risks associated with climate changes and enhanced precipitation and flood water exposure within the built environment.

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Klima 2010

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Norwegian Research Centre for Hydropower Technology (new FME) .


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Adaptation for Climate Change.

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SAMCoT - Sustainable Arctic Marine and Coastal Technology (SAMCoT)

SAMCoT is committed to build new capacity in the next generation of Arctic experts, and in doing so trains the next generation of industry thinkers.

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Concept Research Programme

Developing ways of improving the use of resources and enhancing the effects of major public investments

Scientific publications

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Scientific publications

Kuznetsova, Elena; Skoglund, Kjell Arne; Aksnes, Jostein; Rieksts, Karlis; Hoff, Inge.
Evaluation of the Norwegian gradation based regulations for frost susceptibility of aggregates in roads and railways. ICOP2016

Rieksts, Karlis; Hoff, Inge; Kuznetsova, Elena; Côté, Jean.
Laboratory investigations of thermal properties of crushed rock materials. ICOP 2016


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ElinGo Project


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Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) are photovoltaic materials that are used to replace conventional building materials in parts of the building envelope such as the roof, skylights, or facades.


Destination Rail

Safer, reliable and efficient rail infrastructure



Constructing a sustainable training network of highly-skilled professionals



Pore lab

Pore lab focuses on the physics of porous media using experimental, theoretical and computational methods. It is led by five principal scientists from physics, chemistry and reservoir engineering.


Prosjekt Norge

Do you require an arena for exchanging experience, network building, and an external reference for in-house competence? If that is the case, ProjectNorway is the answer!



Open-source computational fluid dynamics program


Ferry Free E39

Coastal Highway Route E39 NTNU is proud to be a partner to Statens Vegvesen (NPRA) in the research needed to realize one of the most challenging engineering tasks of our time.




IRP wind

Integrating EU R&D efforts on wind energy


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Traffic safety and regulation



Microscale interaction of oil with sea ice for detection and environmental risk management in sustainable operations



Reduction of energy consumption and emission of CO2 is a major challenge and responsibility for the European road construction industry.



Optimal design of offshore wind turbine support structures


Norwegian Research Centre for Offshore Wind Technology



Adaptation for Climate Change



Bringing INnovation to onGOing water management (EU)



INnovations for eXtreme Climatic eventS (EU



Fish friendly Innovative Technologies for hydropower



Sustainable design and operation of hydro power plants exposed to high sediment yield