Updated handbook on design and operation of flexible pipes
In this edition of the handbook, it is extended to include experience from the operation of flexible pipes as well as updates on methods and technology in the years since the first edition of the handbook.
Sixth Call for Access - now open
SINTEF Ocean is part of AQUAEXCEL 2020 where you can apply for fully EC-funded Access to top-class research infrastructures with AQUAEXCEL 2020.
Floating cities will soon be a reality
Researchers from Norway and Singapore are working together to build cities floating at sea and underground universities.
iShipping in Copenhagen
Most ship owners are now looking very closely at the benefits that digitalization can bring in operational gains.
Input to new Treaty under UNCLOS
Dr. Rachel Tiller from SINTEF Ocean recently attended a closed session with UNAI at the UN building in New York City. She is one of three international experts invited to attend a meeting to the General Assembly decision to develop an international legally binding instrument under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction.
Maritime Communication for Autonomous Vessels
The interest in autonomous ship technology is still increasing rapidly in Norway.
Norway to help Singapore with floating urban development project
With the backing of expertise from SINTEF, Singapore is aiming to develop huge floating structures capable of dealing with the city’s critical lack of space. Entire floating districts are among the city’s visions for the future.
SINTEF Ocean – merging SINTEF's marine research into one institute
SINTEF is merging its ocean research activities into one new institute, called SINTEF Ocean. The ambition is to strengthen our position as a world-leader in the fields of marine technology and biomarine research.