News and events at the Department of Marine Technology
The fish ability to accelerate and suddenly turn in fast manoeuvers, is the title of the scientific report featured in Nature from March 23, with researchers from Sapienza University of Rome, Harbin Engineering University in China and NTNU AMOS.
Hywind demo - the first floating wind turbine in the world. Photo: Amir Nejad
NTNU and the University of Maine establish a new partnership in higher education and research for strengthening the development of next generation offshore wind infrastructures (NUWind).
Mojtaba Mokhtari at IMT NTNU received the Moan-Faltinsen Best Paper Award on Marine Structural Mechanics/Dynamics.
March 16-17th Department of Marine Technology invited the maritime industry to a lunch-to-lunch seminar - Marintekniske dager (MTD) with strong speakers and a nice 3-course dinner the 16th - the same week as Mannhullet celebrated its 105 years jubilee.
The new name will be Norsk havteknologisenter in Norwegian and Norwegian Ocean Technology Centre in English.
Floating solar island can both produce power and reduce water evaporation from water reservoirs.
November 8 Sultana at DynSoL AS defend here thesis about "Process Safety and Risk Management using System Perspectives A contribution to the chemical process and petroleum industry"
Norway needs to take proactive steps to retain its lead in developing floating offshore wind, says NTNU professor Erin Bachynski-Polić in Norwegien Sci-Tech News.
The students in the third year of our five year master program arranged Bedriftsdagen - Companies Day October 20.
The thesis is about «Design of Hybrid Fuel Cell/Battery Systems for Maritime Vessels».
The Nord Stream sabotage last week gives us a call for better surveillance subsea.
The worlds first autonomous city-ferry, milliAmpere2, started a three week trial operation in Trondheim September 21.
September 8 Souza gave a trial lecture and defended his thesis.
IMT gave a four-week summer school in Ocean Engineering for 12 Japanese students and engineers.
Watch the debate on YouTube. (In Norwegian.)
Erin Bachynski-Polić (right) with the journalists. Photo: Maren Agdestein
Hvor langt har vi kommet med å løse utfordringene med flytende havvind og konstruksjoner? lurer Teknisk Ukeblads journalister i podkasten Teknisk sett. / How far is it till we have solved the challenges regarding floating wind and constructions?
Trygve Kristiansen in the middle. Photo: Maren Agdestein
Hva ville skjedd om man klarte å dekke mellom 5-10 prosent av verdens eksisterende vannreservoarer med flytende solceller? / What would happen if you covered 5-10 percent of the existing water reservoirs in the world with floating solar?
My first expedition to Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard, was about observing, absorbing, and participating in big data collection in action. The trip was months delayed due to the pandemic. And it was absolutely magic.
Professor Jing Sun, University of Michigan is visiting NTNU AMOS this spring. Jing is indeed a world leading professor. She will give three lectures in May and June.
Geir Johnsen, Professor at the Department of Biology, wins the award Communicator of the year 2022 at the Faculty of Natural Sciences (NV) at NTNU.
March 9–10: Ocean Space Race
March 20 Trondheim Tech Port Conference - Themes - Bridging the Gap, Futuristic oceans
May 2–4: Ocean Week