The goal of the project is contribute to the design and development of an automated system for anode change operations in the aluminium smelting industry.
FME NorthWind (Norwegian Research Centre on Wind Energy) will bring forward outstanding research and innovation to create jobs and grow exports, and to facilitate the sustainable development of wind power.
European consortium to standardise fuel cell modules for heavy duty applications: the “StasHH mission”
Analysis of needs for long-term care services in Bærum municipality, "PLO 2024"
The aim of the project is to contribute with analysis of the users of the long-term care services in Bærum municipality, and to project the future need for long term care services.
Demographic costs and changes in health status
The aim of this research project is to study and quantify the relationship between increased life expectancy and the future needs for health and care services.
Digital Class – Method for experiment-based digital product innovation
Norway has a strong maritime industry based on deep technical knowledge, exceptional quality, strong customer connections and efficient work processes. Over the last few years, the maritime industry is looking to boost its profitability and explore new business models through digitalization. And companies are increasingly recognizing the need to overcome data quality issues and manage the ownership, security, sharing and use of data.
GRAPES is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN/ETN that aims at considerably advancing the state of the art in Mathematics, Computer-Aided Design, and Machine Learning in order to promote game changing approaches for generating, optimising, and learning 3D shapes, along with a multisectoral training for young researchers.
The POLSENS project aims to develop two standalone, portable sensing platforms for quick and reliable detection of environmental pollutants in surface waters by combining optical spectroscopy and electrochemistry as analytical techniques.