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The RAMS group are involved in the following international collaborations:
- INTPART BN on Subsea Operations (2017-2019) - bilateral collaboration with Brazilian Universities 2017-2019. Collaboration on reliability and maintenance modeling and analysis. Funded by the Norwegian Research Council and headed by the Department for Petroleum Engineering and Applied Geophysics.
HIGH NORTH project (2017-2019)
Partners: Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, NTNU and Korean partner is Department of Ocean Engineering, Korea Maritime and Ocean University (KMOU). High north areas are rich in resources of oil, gas and other minerals, and subsea technology is the key component to utilize these resources. Both Norway and South Korea are currently focusing on the Arctic areas and making great investment in relevant researches. The main goal of this 2-year project is to share the research results and experiences of the two partners, find common interested research topics, identify potential partners, and establish the foundation for future long-term collaborations in subsea operations in Arctic.
Main activities of the project include several joint seminars in Norway and Korea respectively, two exchange PhD students (in each country), guest lectures and co-supervisions of master students are included in the project. In June of 2017, seminars have been held in KMOU, Korean Research Institute of Ship and Ocean (KRISO), Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and NTNU partners also had visited to Seoul National University, Korea Register, shipbuilding company Hyundai Heavy Industry (HHI).
- Norway-China-Japan consortium for safe and efficient operations of Health 4.0, UTFORSK program, (2018-2021)
- Consortium on innovation design and qualification of safety critical systems (2017-2019), an ERASMUS+ Global mobility project, in collaboration with University of Skikda - UoS in Algeria, 2017-2019;
- Consortium on performance engineering of complex technological systems, an ERASMUS+ Global mobility project, in collaboration with Bar-Ilan University in Israel, 2017-2019;
- Norway-Vietnam Industry and Infrastructure Safety Consortium, NORPART project, 2017-2021;
- BRANORTECH –UTFORSK (2017-2021) project between Norway and Brazil in signaling processing and communication. In this project, RAMS is a partner;
- DTU-NTNU cotutelle on Risk Management 2016-2019: Collaboration with co-supervision on two PhD projects on safety and security analysis of cyber-physical systems