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Research Infrastructure at Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU

NTNU Nanolab, photo

Research Infrastructure

European Infrastructure

European infrastructure (ESFRI) coordinated by NTNU: 

ECCSEL – the European Research Infrastructure for CO2 Capture, Utilisation, Transport and Storage (CCUS).

National Infrastructures hosted by NTNU

 

ZRB Lab, photo.

National infrastructures hosted by NTNU

National infrastructures hosted by NTNU

Biobank Norway – a national biobank infrastructure for global research collaboration.

MANULAB – a national infrastructure for basic research on manufacturing engineering.

National Laboratory for Age Determination – research in dating methods and their applications.

National Smart Grid Laboratory – infrastructure for R&D, demonstration, verification, and testing.

Norwegian Barcode of Life (NorBOL) – DNA barcoding of Norwegian biota, and development of reference library of DNS sequences.

Norwegian Brain Initiative (NORBRAIN) – nationwide access to cutting-edge neurotechnology.

Norwegian Centre for Transmission Electron Microscopy (NORTEM) – infrastructure for TEMs with full advantage of recent technical developments. 

Norwegian Laboratory for Mineral and Materials Characterisation (MiMaC) – infrastructure for the entire value chain from minerals to materials.

Norwegian Micro- and Nanofabrication Facility (NorFab) – state-of-the-art facilities for micro- and nano-fabrication.

Norwegian Molecular Imaging Infrastructure (NORMOLIM) – the latest technology in MR-scanning and MS imaging.

Norwegian Research Centre for Hydropower Technology Laboratories (HydroCen) – hydropower structures, turbine and generators, market and services, environmental design.

Norwegian Zero Emission Building Laboratory (ZEB Lab) – materials and solutions are developed, investigated, tested and demonstrated.

NTNU NanoLab – 700 m2 cleanroom with cleanliness ranging from ISO7 to ISO5 and vibration reduced zones at VCF-level.

Shared infrastructures and Resources at NTNU

 

NTNU Gunnerus vessel, photo.

Shared infrastructures and resources at NTNU

Shared infrastructures and resources at NTNU

AURLab – underwater robotics in basic engineering and research across disciplines and industries.

Center for Advanced Microscopy (CAM) – optical microscopes, a flow cytometer, spectrometers and atomic force microscopes.

Electron Microscopy Lab (EM Lab) – seven advanced microscopes that enlarges images from 0,2 micrometer. 

Geophysical research – geophysical methods in archaeology; magnetic, electrical and electromagnetic.

Glassblowing workshop – specially designed glass equipment and laboratory equipment for research and teaching. 

Innovations for Sustainable sEabased Aquaculture (InnoSEA) – good fish welfare, aquaculture-environmental interactions, and marine ingredients.

Mass Spectrometry Lab – analysis in the microflow range with two LC MS/MS instruments, a GC-MS(SQ) with EI ionization and a LC-MS(SQ).

Norwegian Centre for X-ray Tomography – Nikon HT225 microfocus CT-scanner, equipped with a variety of transmission and reflection targets.

NTNU Centre for Fisheries and Aquaculture (SeaLab) – focus on aquaculture, fisheries and the processing of marine resources.

NTNU NanoLab – 700 m2 cleanroom with cleanliness ranging from ISO7 to ISO5 and vibration reduced zones at VCF-level.

Precision Mechanics workshop – vacuum, pressure and X-ray equipment, as well as optical equipment for processing materials.

R/V Gunnerus – research activities in biology, technology, geology, archaeology, oceanography and fisheries. Also educational purposes.

R/V Sinus – 20.5 feet aluminum boat with 150 hp outboard engine, VHF, map plotter, echosounder, electric winch, remote searchlight and more.

X-ray Physics – experimental methods, instrumentation and applications of advanced X-ray scattering and imaging techniques.

Thematic infrastructures and resources at NTNU

 

Student in biology lab, photo.

Engineering and Technology

Engineering and Technology

Thematic infrastructures and resources at NTNU

AURLab – a part of the NTNU SINTEF OceanLab-project.

Computer Architecture Lab (CAL) – unconventional computation, energy-efficient and high-performance computer architecture. 

MANULAB – a national infrastructure for basic research on manufacturing engineering.

National Smart Grid Laboratory – a national infrastructure for R&D, demonstration, verification, and testing.

Norwegian Open AI Laboratory (NAIL) – for research, education and innovation within AI.

Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Thematic infrastructures and resources at NTNU

Center for Advanced Microscopy (CAM) – shared infrastructure with optical microscopes, a flow cytometer, spectrometers and atomic force microscopes.

Electron Microcopy Lab (EM Lab) – shared infrastructure with seven advanced microscopes that enlarges images from 0,2 micrometer. 

Glassblowing Workshop – shared resources with specially designed glass equipment and laboratory equipment for research and teaching.

R/V Gunnerus – shared infrastructre with research activities in biology, technology, geology, archaeology, oceanography and fisheries. Also educational purposes.

Innovations for Sustainable sEabased Aquaculture (InnoSEA) – shared infrastructure, working with good fish welfare, aquaculture-environmental interactions, and marine ingredients.

Mass Spectrometry Lab – shared infrastructure with analysis in the microflow range with two LC MS/MS instruments, a GC-MS(SQ) with EI ionization and a LC-MS(SQ).

Norwegian Centre for Transmission Electron Microscopy (NORTEM) – national infrastructure for TEMs with full advantage of recent technical developments. 

Norwegian Centre for X-Ray Diffraction, Scattering and Imaging – 

Norwegian Centre for X-ray Tomography – shared infrastructure with Nikon HT225 microfocus CT-scanner, equipped with a variety of transmission and reflection targets.

Norwegian Laboratory for Mineral and Materials Characterisation (MiMaC) – national infrastructure for the entire value chain from minerals to materials.

Norwegian Micro- and Nanofabrication Facility (NorFab) – national infrastructure with state-of-the-art facilities for micro- and nano-fabrication.

NTNU Centre for Fisheries and Aquaculture (SeaLab) – shared infrastructure with focus on aquaculture, fisheries and the processing of marine resources. 

NTNU NanoLab – national infrastructure as part of Norwegian Micro- and Nanofabrication facility (NorFab), and shared infrastructure.

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Laboratory (NMR) – the laboratory house three magnet systems on 800 MHz, 600 MHz and 400 MHz.

Precision Mechanics workshop – shared infrastructure with vacuum, pressure and X-ray equipment, as well as optical equipment for processing materials.

Sletvik Field Station – has a large teaching laboratory for 50 students, one multilab for 25 students and two seawater laboratories. 

Trondhjem Biological Station (TBS) – research facilities include 600 m2 of wet lab space, 800 m2 of well equipped standard laboratories, and a constant supply of sea water from 100 m depth.

Medicine and Health Sciences

Medicine and Health Sciences

Thematic infrastructures and resources at NTNU

Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities

Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities

Thematic infrastructures and resources at NTNU

Collections online – objects from the cultural life of humans, Norway's second largest numismatic collection, and botanical collections. 

Conservation Laboratory – in line with the excavations of the medieval cultural layers in Trondheim. 

Geophysical Research – has knowledge about what is in the subsoil, without digging or intervene. Shared infrastructure. 

Molecular Lab – works with DNA fragments, concentrations and sequencing. 

National Laboratory for Age Determination – conducts research in dating methods. National infrastructure.

Norwegian Barcode of Life (NorBOL) – engaged in DNA barcoding of the biota of Norway. National infrastructure.

R/V Sinus – shared infrastructure, a 20.5 feet aluminum boat with 150 hp outboard engine, VHF, map plotter, echosounder, electric winch, remote searchlight and more.

Solstorm Cluster – laboratory for calculation-oriented economics and optimization.

Bookitlab

 

Bookitlab
Core Facility Management
System (CFMS) for booking
and administration of
research infrastructure.