NTNU Oceans' Autonomous Ships develop the next generation of decision making systems by implementing self-learning, adaptive systems and artificial intelligence AI. The Trondheim fjord is the first designated test area in the world for autonomous (unmanned) ships. These vessels can take their own decisions & self-maneuver.
Ocean Week Workshop
Over 60 people, among them students, researchers and business representatives, gathered on May 9th to find solutions to the plastic and the Ocean Challenges presented at Ocean Week 2018 by Joan Fabres (GRID-Arendal); Kjersti Buås (Simply Straws); Rachel Tiller (SINTEF Ocean) and Pia Ve Dahlen (Passion for Ocean).
Torbjørn Røe Isaksen interview
Silje Joner Ognedal ved Byåsen videregående skole intervjuet næringsminister Torbjørn Røe Isaksen under Oceans Week i går. Hun stilte svært gode spørsmål om hva vi skal gjøre med plast i havet.Publisert av NTNU - Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet Tirsdag 8. mai 2018
Next GEN IMR
NTNU Oceans' Deep Sea Mining Pilot Project is one of our Interdisciplinary programs, developing new solutions for evaluation, exploration and extraction of sea-based minerals under societal responsibility for the environment and the international heritage of mankind. Contact: Ass. Prof. Steinar Ellefmo: Steinar.Ellefmo@ntnu.no
Art and the Ocean
Art&Ocean, a research group at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts at NTNU, investigates the role of art and the work of artists when it comes to addressing global challenges regarding the future of the oceans. During Ocean Week 2018 two exhibitions took place: photographies by Armin Linke & Giulia Bruno & the 'Henningsvær Charter' in Rake Showroom.