Education and recruitment at iCSI

 

Image of Asbjørn Slagtern FjellvågAsbjørn Slagtern Fjellvåg

PhD candidate

Department of Chemistry, UiO

 

 

 

profileimageAta ul Rauf Salman

PhD candidate

Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU

 

 

PhD candidate

Department of Chemistry, UiO

 

 

 

profileimageEndre Fenes

PhD candidate

Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU

 

 

PhD candidate

Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU

 

 

profileimageSamuel K. Regli

PhD candidate

Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU

 

 

profileimageStine Lervold

PhD candidate

Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU

 

 

Postdoc

Department of Chemistry, UiO

 

 

Postdoc

Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU

 

 

The Centre emphasizes PhD education to provide candidates with high competence in industrial catalysis to the Norwegian process industry.

The results obtained and the competence built will be important to the international competitiveness of Norwegian industry beyond that of the partners, as well as to ensuring future industrial chemistry with minimum environmental impact.

In total, 15-20 PhD fellows will be graduated in the Centre and approximately 6 post-doctoral fellows will be trained.

The gender equality within the consortium is very good, reflecting a highly inclusive (gender, ethnicity, religion) working environment with all of the partners over time. Representation of both genders at the iCSI board and among the international advisors is targeted, Among the Centre management, as well as in research and education (PhD, post doc.) at least 30% will be ensured. Efforts will be taken to encourage leadership in science and innovation for female investigators.

PhD education at NTNU

Master students 2018. Photo

 

Female student in the lab in front of computer. Photo

Male student in the lab. Photo

Male student with instruments in the lab. Photo