Resource efficient metal production from a clean industry
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Metal Production is an interdisciplinary Centre for Research-based Innovation (SFI). During the next decades, the Norwegian metal industry will need to achieve even higher-quality output with more efficient use of resources and energy.
The main goal of Metal Production is to enable industrial innovation and give the industry long term access to world class fundamental competence and candidates. This will enable the industry to maintain its position at the forefront of sustainable innovation.
21 June, 2022 - The Silicon for the Chemical and Solar Industry was organized June 14th -16th as an online conference. The aim of the conference was to discuss new development in silicon process technology, silicon quality assessment and performance in the subsequent chemical reactions including resource, energy and environmental issues. Silicon producers as well as users and academia were invited to attend. Read more about the conference here.
16 June, 2022 - A summer school on aluminium was organized at Gløshaugen campus (and Zoom) June 14th-16th. The summer school was part of the INTPART project CaNAl, which aims to promote and facilitate joint research and education related to aluminum between Canada and Norway. The project leader, Kristian Etienne Einarsrud (NTNU), and his team had set up an extensive program involving both industry partners and academia. Read more here.
3 may, 2022 - The SFI Metal Production spring meeting was held in Trondheim April 26th - 27th. 55 participants from industry and academia met at Lerkendal Hotel for a two-day-meeting. We started the meeting with interesting talks from the four members of the SFI Scientific Committee, who presented their perspectives on major challenges in metal production research and industry. Read more and see pictures from the Spring meeting here.
19 April, 2022 - Phd Candidate Sindre Gylver participated at PhD Grand prix in Trondheim. PhD Grand Prix is a dissemination contest hosted by the student organization for Chemical Engineering at NTNU. In this contest, candidates from several departments at the Faculty of Natural Sciences compete on explaining their research in an understandable and entertaining way. Read more here.
05 April, 2022 - The TMS 2022 150th Annual Meeting and Exhibition conference, Furnace Tapping 2022 and REWAS 2022 were all co-located and organized in Anaheim, California from February 27th to March 3rd. NTNU and SINTEF were represented in all three conferences with more than 30 researchers and master students. Read more here.
Annual Report 2021
- Ferrolegereringsindustriens Forskningsforening (FFF)
- INFACON XVI, Trondheim, Norway, 26-29 september 2021
- NTNU TechZone - A blog about technology and natural sciences
- HYDRO film about the Karmøy technology pilot, 2019