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Centre of Excellence (CoE/SFF)

Centre of Excellence (CoE/SFF)

The Research Council of Norway provides long-term funding for targeted research on complex problems in research environments with ambitious ideas. Researcher training and international collaboration are important. The CoE/SFF scheme, advertisements, and current and former centres.

NTNU hosts six CoE/SFF


NTNU hosts six CoE/SFF

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SFF AMOS develops intelligent ships and ocean structures, autonomous unmanned vehicles and robots.

SFF CBD has research is into changes in time and space of biological diversity.

SFF CEMIR identifies new therapeutic targets and develop diagnostic tools.

SFF CNC has research on neural circuits and systems and their role in generating psychological functions.

CFF PoreLab calculates fluid flow in porous media.  CoE PoreLab is shared between NTNU and UiO – University of Oslo.

SFF QuSpin will create a revolution in low power communication technology.

NTNU is partner in three CoE/SFF


NTNU is partner in three CoE/SFF

NTNU is partner in three SFF/CoE

SFF BCSS will understand the Earth’s relationship to space. UiB – University of Bergen hosts the Centre.

SFF CBC develops simulation technologies for physical processes in human health. Simula Research Laboratory hosts the Centre.

SFF ESOP studies economic policy, growth, development, income, employment, welfare. UiO – University of Oslo hosts the Centre.

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