Kick-off for The Norwegian Seaweed Biorefinery Platform
On the 27 May the knowledge platform termed "The Norwegian Seaweed Biorefinery Platform (SBP-N)" had its kick-off at SINTEF Sealab.
SINTEF and REV Ocean enter into partnership
During the Ocean Week conference, SINTEF and REV Ocean signed a partnership agreement that aims to strengthen their cooperation to solve challenges for the oceans.
Apply for Fully EC-Funded Access to Top-Class Research Infrastructures with AQUAEXCEL 2020
SINTEF Ocean is part of AQUAEXCEL 2020 where you can apply for fully EC-funded Access to top-class research infrastructures with AQUAEXCEL 2020.
Global Aquatech Summit
The young and growing aquaculture industry is in rapid development. World Resource Institute has estimated that the production must be doubled from the 65-70 million metric tons today, to 160 million metric tons by 2050. This to keep up with the demand for fish from an increasing population, up to 10 billion people at that time.
Research exchange from India to Norway
An Indian PhD student from IIT Kharagpur has been on a research exchange to SINTEF Ocean in the RE-food project working with the Norwegian whitefish supply chain in the iProcess project. In iProcess he worked together with researchers at SINTEF and NTNU with optimizing the delivery strategies to minimize travel distance as well as the losses in the whitefish supply chain
Call for abstracts MTEC & ICMASS 2019
The MTEC conferences alternates between Singapore and Trondheim and is arranged every second year. ICMASS is arranged yearly by the International Network for Autonomous Ships and have different venues. The joint conference is a meeting point for industry and academia and aims to present relevant scientific papers with clear technical applications as well as more application-oriented results.
Maritime Data Space – MDS
Wilhelmsen Ship Management joins forces with NAVTOR, Goodtech, Veracity by DNV GL and SINTEF to create the open and fully distributed Maritime Data Space ecosystem.
ABB and SINTEF test fuel cells for main propulsion potential
ABB and SINTEF Ocean are undertaking groundbreaking research to test the viability of fuel cells as an energy source for main ship propulsion.