International academic collaboration is of highest importance to the excellence and success of LowEmission. To support and stimulate the scientific progress of LowEmission, a Scientific Committee will be established in 2020. The Scientific Committee shall be an advisory committee with leading international academic capacities giving guidance towards scientific progress and shall provide strategic advice on scientific focus and priorities.
Professor James Dawson (NTNU) will lead the Scientific Committee.
Technical Committee of Innovation & Commercialization
LowEmission strives to be a dynamic centre, targeting challenges of high relevance to industry. To continuously focus on industry-relevant challenges, a Technical Committee of Innovation & Commercialization (TCIC) was established in 2019. The TCIC consists of and is led by industry, and its purpose is to evaluate commercial potential and identify spin-off projects. This includes reviewing Annual Working Plans and evaluate progress in Sub-Projects as well as advising the Board on new research directions.
Mr. Jan Petter Petterson (Repsol) is the leader of the TCIC.