Using space technology for autonomous maritime transport and operations
SINTEF Ocean has joined forces with the European Space Organisation (ESA). Together we will contribute to the development of safe and effective autonomous maritime transport and operations, increased security at sea and improved coastal monitoring.
How robots can be aquaculture's next caretakers
Only 44 Young Research Talents in all of Norway were awarded FRIPRO scholarships. Senior Researcher Eleni Kelasidi of SINTEF Ocean was one of them. Now she is looking forward to diving into a world where fish and underwater robots happily coexist.
Award-winning scientist's best tips for communication and meetings
Dr. Viktoria Stray and Dr. Nils Brede Moe at SINTEF have been researching distributed teams for over ten years, and recently won an award for Best Paper in the Journal of Systems and Software. Here they share their best tips for communication and meetings in distributed organizations.
Norwegian tech women attract an international audience
When female data scientists were not being featured prominently on stage at conferences, these tech women decided to create their own stage. And now, when the Norwegian Women in Data Science conference takes place for the fifth time in March, an audience from all over the world will be attending.
How safe are the new Covid vaccines?
The new vaccines designed to combat the Covid-19 virus have been developed in record time, causing some people to be sceptical of taking them. Should we be worried about side effects? Norwegian SciTech News has been talking to two research scientists about this issue.
Join the world's top researchers and innovators in deep sea offshore wind energy
TRONDHEIM, NORWAY – Meet and discuss with fellow experts and innovators at the special all-digital 2021 edition of the EERA DeepWind conference, January 13th to 15th. The event has moved global and online because of the current pandemic and the discussions promise to reach a new high with over 90 submissions received.
Norway launches major wind power research centre
December 11th – Today the Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Tina Bru, announced an investment of 120 million NOK (11.3 million EUR) in a new wind power research centre in Norway. The NorthWind research centre will be at the cutting edge, working on innovations to make wind power cheaper, more efficient, and more sustainable. One of the centre’s main priorities will be offshore wind research.
Equinor and SINTEF agree a strategic collaboration
Equinor and SINTEF have agreed on a strategic collaboration in four key areas. The areas are offshore wind, marine systems, energy systems and modeling studies related to these areas.
A Roadmap for Smart and Autonomous Sea Transport Systems
A new Roadmap for Smart and Autonomous Sea Transport Systems was unveiled at the SMI Forum in Singapore on October 22nd, by Senior Minister of State for Transport and Foreign Affairs, Mr. Chee Hong Tat, and the Ambassador of Norway to Singapore, Ms. Anita Nergaard.