Research School for Training the Next Generation of Micro- and Nanotechnology Researchers in Norway (TNNN)

Research School for Training the Next Generation of
Micro- and Nanotechnology Researchers in Norway (TNNN)

Researchers in safety equipment in a lab. Photo

About TNNN

Micro and Nano Science and Technology (MNST) is a highly cross disciplinary field that covers many areas of science including physics, chemistry, material technology, biology and medicine. It is the driving force behind a large part of modern science and technology, with numerous applications that span photovoltaics, batteries, fuel cells, optoelectronics, sensors, medical diagnostics, biomedical research, quantum computing and many others.

The Research School for Training the Next Generation of Micro- and Nanotechnology Researchers in Norway (TNNN) will address current gaps in PhD-level education in this field. In particular, it will establish a vibrant national network of junior scientists working in this area of science and technology development, provide training in transferable skills and facilitate collaboration with industry. TNNN will contribute both to raising the quality of Norwegian micro and nano research and to making PhD education in MNST more relevant.

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News

News

1st National Junior Scientist Research Conference in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

The conference will be organized in Trondheim 30 November-2 December 2022 and will be the kick-off meeting of the Research School for Training the Next Generation of Micro- and Nanotechnology Researchers in Norway (TNNN). The first two days of the meeting will be organized in conjunction with the Norwegian NanoSymposium.

The TNNN-conference will include plenary and invited talks from leaders in various areas of nanotechnology, contributed talks from PhD candidates and postdoctoral researchers, presentations from industry, workshops and networking events. You may find updated information regarding the program, registration and accommodation at the TNNN conference home page.

Register here by November 1st!

 

Enter the TNNN Logo Competition

TNNN needs YOU to help design its logo!  TNNN is just getting started and needs a recognizable brand to help carry it into the future.  Do you have an idea you’d like to share? Enter the Logo competition!  Winner receives 10.000 NOK in travel funds to an international conference.  

Format: digital

Deadline for submissions: 1. November

Announcement of Winner: 1. December

 

Submit your design here by November 1st!

 

Please note that the winning entry will become the property of TNNN and the winner will relinquish all rights to the image.


Other news: NTNU skal lede ny nasjonal forskerskole for mikro- og nanoteknologi (NTNU Nyheter - in Norwegian)

Membership

Membership

Registration is open for PhD candidates,  postdoctoral researchers and supervisors!

Click here to register.

Partners

Partners

NTNU

University of Oslo

UiT - The Arctic University of Norway

USN - University of South-Eastern Norway

​​​​​​​University of Bergen

Funding and collaboration