Facilities and infrastructures

The spectroscopic instrumentation organized within the UiO/SINTEF Gemini center “Anspec” and the spectroscopy laboratory at NTNU will form a basis for the activities. The project will also make use of coordinated characterization within several main national infrastructures.

Norwegian centre for transmission electron microscopy (NORTEM)

The NORTEM consortium offers access to a wide range of TEM instruments with different capabilities.
The NORTEM microscopes and Facilities at TEM Gemini Centre.

NTNU Nanolab (NorFab)

NTNU NanoLab is one of 4 cleanrooms within The Norwegian Micro- and Nanofabrication Facility, NorFab. The facility is open for students and scientists at NTNU, as well as external researchers. NTNU Nanolab

MAX IV Laboratory - we make the invisible visible (MAX IV)

Inaugurated in June 2016, the MAX IV Laboratory offers the «most brilliant X-rays for research» to scientists. MAX IV

Norwegian Centre for X-ray Diffraction, Scattering and Imaging (RECX)

The Centre is a national infrastructure for X-ray diffraction, scattering and imaging with lab nodes at University in Oslo (UiO) and Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Norwegian Centre for X-ray Diffraction, Scattering and Imaging (RECX)

The Swiss-Norwegian beamlines at the European synchrotron radiation facility (SNBL)

The mission of the SNBL is to provide scientists from both Norway and Switzerland, from both academia and industry, with increased access to synchrotron radiation. BM01 - The Swiss-Norwegian Beamlines (SNBL)


Contact iCSI

Hilde Venvik. Photo

Hilde Johnsen Venvik, Professor. Department of Chemical Engineering NTNU, iCSI Centre Director
Email: hilde.j.venvik@ntnu.no

Estelle Marie M. Vanhaecke. PhotoEstelle Marie M. Vanhaecke
iCSi Centre coordinator
Email: estelle.m.vanhaecke@ntnu.no