- Study Programmes
- Laboratory for Mechanical Testing
- 3D-printing Laboratory
- Logistics 4.0 Laboratory
- Tribology Laboratory
- Robot Laboratory
- Realization Laboratory
- Prototype Laboratory
- RAMS Laboratory
- Laboratory for Polymers and Composite Materials
- Measurements Laboratory
- Mechatronics Laboratory - Gløshaugen
- Mechatronics Laboratory - Valgrinda
- Corrosion Laboratory
- Production Management
- Robotics and Automation
- Project and Quality Management
- Laboratory for Additive Manufacturing
- Laboratory for Automatic Machining/CNC
- Metallurgy Laboratory
- Laboratory for Nanomechanical Testing
- Collaborative partnerships
- Career Opportunities
PhD Students and Post Docs
Marius Auflem Industrial PhD Candidate+47-90917081 email@example.com
Stephanie Balters Affiliatedbalters@stanford.edu Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Jørgen Blindheim Postdoctoral Fellowjorgen.firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Henrikke Dybvik PhD Candidate+47-+4795417245 email@example.com Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Rolf Achim Gerstenberg Affiliatedachimg@stud.ntnu.no Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Sampsa Matias Ilmari Kohtala PhD Candidate+47-+4741358744 firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Carlo Rene Kriesicarlo.email@example.com
Federico Lozano Assistant Professor II of Innovation+47-48368583 firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Heikki Sjöman Researcherheikki.email@example.com Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management
Evangelos Tyflopoulos PhD Candidate+47-73412623 +47-47730242 firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Håvard Vestad PhD Candidate+47-97117996 email@example.com Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Andreas Simskar Wulvik PhD Candidateandreas.firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a multi-diciplinary research group located at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim.
Our aim is to investigate and improve the process of the early fuzzy front end in any cases of engineering design. With a curious and rapid testing mind-set we deal with topics from prototyping tools and user-involvement to hard-core offshore engineering projects.
In time of technological and social discontinuities, the capability of a company to generate radical new products, services and systems becomes critical. TrollLABS is aiming at understanding the development of radical new ideas in the very early phases of product development - the early fuzzy front end.
TrollLABS is a research and prototyping laboratory, established fall 2014. The lab is located above the Product Realization Lab, with a selection of specialized machinery available to the lab users.
Read more about our projects, courses, publications and team on this simple wikipedia for TrollLABS.
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