News and events at the Department of Marine Technology
AMOS Seminar 1-2 June 2022 at Skifer Hotel Oppdal.
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.
Ekaterina Kim, Associate Professor at IMT, has conducted a study which shows that gas tankers are responsible for nearly 30 percent of all CO2 emissions from ship traffic in the Arctic.
Sindre Kolbjørnsgard (26) har vært på fem av verdens høyeste topper og har gått Norge på langs. Til våren fullfører han en femårig utdanning og går ut som sivilingeniør fra marin teknikk på NTNU. Hva er drivkraften?
The edited versions of the seminar is out on the departmens YouTube-channel. All together 6,5 hours of marine technology.
Egil Ulvan Rederi AS is about to build the worlds first zero emission cargo ship. "A milestone for the maritime industry," Mehdi Zadeh, ass. professor at IMT, said to NRK.
AMOS last annual report contains features and profiles of the professors Geir Johnsen, Marilena Greco and Kostas Alexis, and the PhD Evelyn Honoré-Livermore, postdoc Kate Crosman an researcher Glaucia Fragoso.
March 16–17 2022 our department had a lunch-to-lunch seminar with strong speakers. You find the presentations in PDF here.
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.
Celebration of HYPSO-1 and time to say some words: Professor Tor Arne Johansen (upper left), Dean Ingrid Schjølberg (upper right), PhD Evelyn Honore-Livermore (down left) and master student Simon (down right).
Photo: Team CERBERUS
Team Cerberus has won a highly prestigious international competition with their subterranean robots, competing against top-ranked challengers. The group is headed by NTNU professor Kostas Alexis.
The fish ability to accelerate and suddenly turn in fast maneuvers, 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.
Dr. Rob Shea, vice-president of Memorial University (Marine Institute). Photo: MI
A marine memorandum of understanding was signed March 21 between the Fisheries and Marine Institute (MI) of Memorial University and the Department of Marine Technology (IMT) at NTNU.
HYPSO-1, the first research satellite from the NTNU SmallSatLab launched Thursday 13.01.22, at 10:25 EST (16:25 Norwegian time) with a SpaceX Falcon 9 Transporter-3 from Cape Canaveral Space Launch Complex 40 in Florida, USA.
Ingrid Utne, Professor at IMT, has participated in the work as one of ten members in the Governments cruisecommitee that has made the NOU.
«The future looks busy and bright,» Arne Kjørsvik, daily manager of SentiSystems said. SentiSystems is one of the eight spin off companies from NTNU AMOS.
Photo of Nabil Panchi
A pilot project between the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT KGP) works to improve interdisciplinary skills, digital literacy, and critical thinking of undergraduate students.
March 2: Info-meeting siv.engineering-students - Minor i havbruk
March 10–11: Ocean Space Race
March 11-19: Mannhullet celebrating 105-years
March 16-17: Marintekniske dager – The Green Shift in the Blue Economy, registration and contacts here
March 22 Brohode havbruk - studentoppgaveseminar
March 28 Trondheim Tech Port Conference - Themes - Bridging the gap, Futuristic oceans
May 2–4: Ocean Week