Kristin Qvale is an expert in energy absorption and fractures in aluminium components, such as the crash boxes in cars. The key to knowledge lies in the microstructures. Any change here affects the whole component’s behaviour.
Marcos Fernandez’s research brings us closer to that day when physical tests become history. His efforts also pave the way for safer cars, planes, ships, and other structures.
NTNU and 8 partners have been awarded the project “BIAS: Mitigating Diversity Biases in the Labor Market,” a large €4.7M, Horizon Europe grant coordinated by Dr. Roger A. Søraa at the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture at the Humanities Faculty. NTNU’s Departments of Computer Science and Social Anthropology are also part of the project.
The small satellite HYPSO-1, built by more than 80 students and researchers at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics and the Department of Electronic Systems, has participated in several research missions already.
Professor Simen A. Å. Ellingsen has been awarded the prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council ERC. He will investigate how ocean waves mix surface water into the deep, something that can improve climate simulations.