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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.

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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.

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.

NTNU’s first EU-supported PhD programme

The EU-supported PhD programme PERSEUS will allow NTNU to recruit 40 PhD candidates. The candidates will research digital technologies as tools to solve issues related to energy, healthcare, manufacturing, mobility and ocean-based technologies. 

The PERSEUS Doctoral Programme has been granted EU funding through Horizon 2020
MSCA-COFUND programme. This is the first COFUND-supported programme at NTNU and the second in Norway.

Digital transformation and sustainability

The new programme has a total budget of 14,6 million euros and will open positions for 40 PhD candidates to be recruited at NTNU through two open calls for applications over a five-year period.

The PhD candidates of PERSEUS will work in the thematic areas of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, Digital Twins, Internet of Things, Extended Reality and Information and Cyber Security, linked to sectors of great societal importance: Energy, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Mobility and Ocean-based technologies.

– The knowledge and diversity […]

High expectations about new project on Energy and Sustainability

The EU and Horizon2020 is granting EUR 4 million to a research project on energy efficiency.  NTNU is leading this new project, which is looking into upgrading existing buildings to Smart buildings, through innovative use of older equipment. Ålesund municipality is among the partners.

– The research project “COLLECTiEF” will enhance, implement, test and evaluate an energy management system based on Collective Intelligence (CI), says project manager Amin Moazami from  the Department of Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering.

Older houses can also be Smart

The management system will enable easy and seamless integration of legacy equipment into a collaborative network with existing buildings and urban energy systems. An important goal is reduced […]

  • Illustration from NTNU's Artificial Intelligence Lab

NTNU’s first EU-supported PhD programme

10. February 2021|

The EU-supported PhD programme PERSEUS will allow NTNU to recruit 40 PhD candidates. The candidates will research digital technologies as tools to solve issues related to energy, healthcare, manufacturing, mobility and ocean-based technologies.  The PERSEUS [...]

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