Erlend earned his MSc degree in Nanoelectronics in 2011, and PhD in Theoretical physics in 2015, both from NTNU in Trondheim. Since 2017 he has worked as a research scientist in SINTEF, first with developing high voltage components for electrification, and since 2021 in SINTEF Ålesund, in our new office in Kunnskapsparken Molde. Erlend's R&I focus areas are sustainable energy technologies and zero emission mobility. Interested in innovation and good ideas.
2011 - M.Sc. in Nanoelektronics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
2015 - Ph.D. in Theoretical condensed matter physics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Competence and research areas
Interested in innovation, groundbreaking research, renewable energy concepts, electric power technology, fundamental physics, data science, and people with solid communication skills.
- Energi og industri - Mulighetsrom verdikjeder - NHO Veikart for fremtidens næringsliv
- FastTrans: Reducing the Impact of Repetitive Voltage Pulses on HV Components
- Epoxy-Based Nanocomposites for High-Voltage Insulation: A Review
- Transformatorgjennomføringer - Tilstandskontroll og anbefalinger
- Staggered Dynamics in Antiferromagnets by Collective Coordinates
- In situ synthesis of epoxy nanocomposites with hierarchical surface-modiﬁed SiO2 clusters
- In Situ Preparation of Epoxy-SiO2 Nanocomposites for High Voltage Insulation
- In Situ Preparation of Epoxy-SiO2 Nanocomposites as High Voltage Insulation
- Use case testing - SAMBA WP5 report
- Use case collection - SAMBA WP2 and WP3 report
- Statnett - Use case collection - SAMBA WP2 and WP3 report - presentasjon