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Awarded Prize for Best Space-related Master´s Thesis

Last spring, she wrote the MSc thesis «Modeling and simulation of hypervelocity impact against debris shields for spacecraft protection». Now, The Norwegian Industrial Forum for Space Activities has awarded Rannveig Marie Færgestad the prize for the best space-related master’s thesis. 

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Technology provides benfits for drinking water

Clean drinking water, less waste, and control of maintenance are some of the goals the Smart Water-project has set before 2023. This month NTNU and Ålesund municipality had a presentation of simulation and visual, digital tools that show Brusdalsvatnet and the water supply in the area.

New academy aims to support young researchers in the medical field

Stiftelsen K.G. Jebsen has initiated the K.G. Jebsen Academy for Young Medical Researchers to promote talented young researchers, and to strengthen the collaboration between young researchers affiliated with the Jebsen centres. The Academy will systematically support young talented researchers.

Awarded Prize for Best Space-related Master´s Thesis

Last spring, she wrote the MSc thesis «Modeling and simulation of hypervelocity impact against debris shields for spacecraft protection». Now, The Norwegian Industrial Forum for Space Activities has awarded Rannveig Marie Færgestad the prize for the best space-related master’s thesis. 

525 proposals to the naming process for Ocean Space Centre

The name committee that will propose the Norwegian name for Ocean Space Centre has received 525 proposals. Many of the proposals has the ocean as their overarching theme, but there are also several who suggest that the new centre should preserve the historical name of the professional community; Marinteknisk senter.

Applicant numbers as before the pandemic

23,524 applicants have NTNU as their first choice for higher education in 2022, and NTNU is still Norway’s most popular university.

By: Nina Kotte

There is a decline in the number of study applicants in the entire sector, and for the first time in many years, NTNU sees an apparent reduction in its application numbers. They have decreased by 8.5 per cent since 2021. This is less than the national decline, which is 12.4 per cent.

“During the pandemic, we had a large increase in applications for higher education, both nationally and at NTNU,” says Pro-Rector for Education Marit Reitan.

“This year, we see that the application numbers are back to the level they were at before the pandemic. Naturally, the number of applicants falls this year, as study applicants now have a greater opportunity to choose studies abroad or a break year with […]

  • An illustration of the new centre

525 proposals to the naming process for Ocean Space Centre

9. May 2022|

The name committee that will propose the Norwegian name for Ocean Space Centre has received 525 proposals. Many of the proposals has the ocean as their overarching theme, but there are also several who suggest that the new centre should preserve the historical name of the professional community; Marinteknisk senter.

  • Portrait of Marit Reitan at the Gløshaugen campus

Applicant numbers as before the pandemic

27. April 2022|

23,524 applicants have NTNU as their first choice for higher education in 2022, and NTNU is still Norway's most popular university. By: Nina Kotte There is a decline in the number of study applicants in [...]

  • Students on green grass on the Gløshaugen campus

NTNU wants 200 student places for refugees

27. April 2022|

NTNU wants to be allocated 200 temporary student places for Ukrainian refugees from this autumn onward.  By: Jan Erik Kaarø If the demand is high, NTNU is prepared to increase its capacity to 250 places, [...]

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