Funded at NTNU, Norway invites online Application for number of Fully Funded PhD Degree at various Departments. We are providing a list of Fully Funded PhD Programs available at Funded at NTNU, Norway.
Eligible candidate may Apply as soon as possible.
(01) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: Two PhD Candidates in Materials Science / Physics
The two PhD candidates will perform original research, working closely together with the group members in the team at NTNU, as well as other PhD candidates from the TOPOCOM network. This includes network-wide training events and secondments at different universities and partners from industry. The PhD candidates will plan and conduct experiments according to the project objectives with support from the PI and the team. The experimental work includes advanced scanning probe microscopy studies (e.g., magnetic force microscopy, piezoresponse force microscopy and conducting atomics force microscopy). In addition, project 1 will involve micromagnetic simulations, that will guide the experimental work. These and additional measurements will be performed on test devices, which the PhD student will fabricate using FIB (focus ion beam) and lithography methods. In addition to the TOPOCOM events and training, the PhD candidates will present their work at international conferences and in written form in scientific articles.
Deadline : 1st December 2023
(02) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: 11 PhD positions in the TOPOCOM Marie Curie Doctoral Network
Are you passionate about research? Do you want to get a PhD in an emerging field that will impact the future? Would you like to work in an international multidisciplinary team of 11 PhD students? Join us at TOPOCOM! TOPOCOM is a network of leading European groups from different disciplines and sectors selected to provide comprehensive training on the integrative concepts underlying the science of topological solitons in ferroic materials and their application in unconventional computing. To realize their potential, the consortium comprises some of the best groups in materials synthesis, device development, characterization and modelling. We will explore soliton properties, model and study their dynamical responses to external stimuli, and design and fabricate devices, where solitons carry out ultralow-power computing and sensing functions.
Deadline : 1st December 2023
(03) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in developing life cycle impact assessments models for biodiversity impacts
For a position as a PhD Candidate, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree. Life cycle assessment (LCA) is an important tool for sustainable decision-making. In the last decades, there was large progress in terms of the number, complexity and accuracy of impact categories covered; especially for those related to ecosystem quality. However, there are still some gaps. This includes impacts of noise and artificial lights on biodiversity that are not yet covered on a global level. This PhD will therefore aim to develop models for quantifying the impacts of noise pollution and artificial light on biodiversity (terrestrial, marine and/or freshwater) within the framework of LCA. IndEcol is a pioneer in the development and application of industrial ecology methods, as well as the use of large data sets and scientific computing in industrial ecology. We focus on understanding resource use and environmental pollution associated with human activities, assessing the environmental aspects of different technologies and modeling society’s use of materials. IndEcol combines world-class competence in Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Input-Output analysis (I/O), and Material Flow Analysis (MFA) with scientists’ contribution to IPCC and IPBES assessment reports, the International Resource Panel, active participation to the Life-Cycle Initiative hosted by UN Environment, and numerous publications featured in high-ranked journals. IndEcol hosts its own International MSc program and contributes to NTNU’s engineering education. The research team consisting of eight faculty members, the Industrial Ecology Digital Laboratory, and about 70 researchers, post.docs and PhD students.
Deadline : 3rd November 2023
(04) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD and Postdoc positions in the SUBPRO-Zero Team
NTNU is a broad-based university with a technical-scientific profile and a focus in professional education. The university is located in three cities with headquarters in Trondheim.
Deadline : Open until filled
(05) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD and PD positions in the HYDROGENi team
HYDROGENi is a Centre for environment-friendly energy research (FME) dedicated to the research and innovations within hydrogen and ammonia needed to meet the 2030 and 2050 goals of the Norwegian hydrogen road map. HYDROGENi’s activities are a collaborative effort from Norwegian and European partners (industry, universities, and research institutes) that cover the entire hydrogen value chain. Hydrogen’s role in the energy transition was previously thought to be a “clean” alternative to fossil fuels in cars. However, it can also replace fossil fuels in industrial processes, such as coal in the steel industry, and in the maritime sector. Hydrogen is now considered to be one of the main drivers of the green shift. To realise hydrogen’s full potential, there are important knowledge- and technology gaps that need to be filled.
Deadline : Open until filled
(06) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD candidate within the topic of modelling and advanced control in demanding marine operations
The digital agenda is one of the pillars of the European Strategy for Growth, which proposes to better exploit the potential of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in order to foster innovation, economic growth and progress. It lists “marine operation” as one of the main areas through which to achieve growth. In marine system and transport, digitalisation can significantly improve design, operation, and management through more accurate information on operational and infrastructure conditions and on the location of vehicles and/or system behaviour models. Better access to and sharing of digital data (traffic, travel, vehicle, cargo etc.) for both public and private stakeholders could open up a wide range of new opportunities toward digital marine operations. Modelling, sensor fusion and advanced control are considered in this study, with a focus on different levels of autonomy for demanding marine operations, ranging from being completely controlled by human, i.e., tele-operated, to being fully autonomous and without any interaction from human. The project will collaborate closely with key industry players and has ambition to utilize full-scale closed-loop experiments utilizing state-of-the-art infrastructure. Examples of relevant topics include sensor fusion of cameras, radar and maps, situational awareness, trajectory planning with collision avoidance, automated docking, control design for the whole operational domain, control allocation, etc.
Deadline : 31st October 2023
(07) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Coupled Offshore and Onshore Power Grids
Applications are invited for a three-year PhD position at the Department of Electric Energy, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway. The candidate will be a part of the Power System Operation and Analysis (PSOA) Research Group. This is an academic position that will provide the opportunity for professional development through studies towards a PhD degree. The Department of Electric Energy, NTNU, is a research partner in the Knowledge-building Project for Industry, titled ‘Development of Coupled Offshore and Onshore Power Grids’. The research project is led by SINTEF Energy Research, and the industry partners include Statnett, Aker Solutions, and GE Grid Solutions. The PhD Candidate will be employed at NTNU, and the workplace will be in Trondheim, in connection with this research project. The selected candidate will take part in advancing the state-of-art research on the knowledge basis to support the coordinated development of power grids offshore as well as onshore, against a backdrop of large-scale offshore wind development and a changing onshore energy system.
Deadline : 31st October 2023
(08) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD in Flexibility and Controllability of distribution grids with a large degree of renewables
There is an increasing demand, both from new power producers and new consumers, to be allowed grid connection at various voltage levels. Challenges arise when large consumers or increasing amounts of renewable energy sources are integrated in distribution grids. There will be bottlenecks in periods with high production and low loads, and similarly with increasing demand there will be bottlenecks in periods with low production and high load. But there are also possibilities for better utilization of the existing grids by utilizing flexible resources. The aim of this PhD-study is to investigate the use of flexibility to achieve a stable and sustainable grid in such periods as an alternative to reinforcements of the grid. Further, to investigate possibilities for distribution grids and distributed resources to offer system services and flexibility to the transmission grid. Overall, investigating how flexibility can be implemented and at the same time achieve a stable and reliable distribution grid as the amount of renewable sources increases is an important issue. The main goal is to be able to utilise the existing grid for more integration of renewables and avoid costly and area demanding reinforcements of the grid with. The main supervisor of the PhD candidate will be Associate Prof. Ian Norheim, and the co-supervisor will be Professor Kjetil Uhlen. In addition, co-supervisors from co-operating partners may be appointed. The main place of work is in Gjøvik. The PhD Candidate will be included in the research group Power System Operation and Analysis – PSOA at the Department of Electric Power Engineering.
Deadline :22nd October 2023
(09) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD POSITION ON THERMONUCLEAR BURNING FROM ACCRETING COMPACT OBJECTS
We welcome applications for one PhD position at the Department of Physics of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), in collaboration with the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC). We especially encourage women to apply for this position. The selected candidate will join the Astrophysics and Particle Physics group at NTNU (APP), and the Group of Astronomy and Astrophysics at UPC (GAA). The position has a duration of three years. The start date is mutually agreeable, and expected around January 2024. The position is based in Trondheim, Norway (renowned as its technological capital). NTNU is the largest University in the country and provides excellent working conditions. The successful PhD candidate will visit and work at the GAA in Barcelona, Spain, for about 1.5 years (half of the total duration of the project).
Deadline : 22nd October 2023
(10) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Stability and control of large offshore wind power plants
With the European Union setting the ambitious goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2050, and many other countries embracing similar policies to decarbonize electricity, supporting a more sustainable society, there is a significant need for technological advances and increased competitiveness to drive the growth of offshore renewable energies, and energy storage in the coming years. Within this context, this PhD project will focus specifically on investigating how to ensure that large amounts of offshore wind energy can be integrated into the electric grid without jeopardizing its stability due to resonance phenomena and harmonic interactions. The PhD Candidate will be employed at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and the workplace will be in Trondheim, Norway, but the PhD-project is of both academic and industrial relevance, and it will therefore be developed in close cooperation between NTNU in Trondheim and the company Petronas, which is a global Malaysian energy group.
Deadline : 22nd October 2023
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(11) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Energy storage sizing/control for 100% renewables-supplied isolated grids
The objective of the PhD education is to qualify for scientific research of high international standard. The PhD education has a nominal duration of three years of full-time study and includes required coursework or similar academic training comprising a minimum of 30 credits. The most important component of the PhD education is an independent scientific research project carried out under academic supervision, which results in the PhD thesis. The PhD degree is conferred based on these two elements and the doctoral examination, which consists of a trial lecture and a public defense of the scientific thesis. In the scientific research project, the PhD candidate will explore the potential benefits brought by a suitably selected combination of different offshore Renewable Energy Sources (RES) in covering the local power needs of a target isolated grid. The assessment should include not just consolidated renewable sources, such as wind and solar, but also emerging ones such as wave and tidal energy as energy contributors.
Deadline :22nd October 2023
(12) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Lithium-ion Battery Sensing and Self-healing
The Sustainable Energy Systems research group in the The Department of Energy and Process Engineering at the Gløshaugen campus of NTNU is searching for excellent applicants for a PhD position. For a position as a PhD Candidate, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree. The position duration is 36 months, although extension to 48 months may be possible depending on external factors. The topic for the PhD work will be in the area of operando/real-time sensing of lithium-ion batteries which can enable self-healing in lithium-ion batteries. Fiber optic-based sensors are an important new platform for enabling a wide range of detection capabilities in electrochemical energy storage devices. Preliminary reports of using fiber-based sensors for thermal and mechanical measurements are demonstrating the ability to identify thermodynamic signatures associated with both essential and deleterious electrochemical reactions during battery formation cycling and charging/discharging (e.g. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41893-022-00859-y). The PhD candidate in this position will build on these past demonstrations by extending them to the probing of localized chemical environments inside batteries with the goal of understanding degradation modes and targeting in situ repair strategies. This will require extensive experimental development of cells and sensors, as well as some knowledge of data acquisition and sensor hardware implementation. Candidates with backgrounds in Chemistry, Materials Science, Physics, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering will all be considered as the work is cross-disciplinary. The candidate is expected to be able to work independently in a chemical lab, but the work will be part of a larger team-based effort. Opportunities for extended international exchange and travel are expected (EU).
Deadline : 17th October 2023
(13) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in hydropower
We have a vacancy for a PhD candidate at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering (https://www.ntnu.edu/ept). The successful candidate will conduct research in the Waterpower laboratory (https://www.ntnu.edu/ept/laboratories/waterpower#/view/about). The laboratory has rich history over 100 years to design and to develop hydro turbines in cooperation with industries. The laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art research infrastructure of hydro turbines, including Francis turbine, pump-turbine and Pelton turbine. The candidate will work on a research project (Store2hydro) financed by the European Commission under the Horizon Europe framework. Research activities in NTNU (Waterpower laboratory) focuses on reversible pump-turbine and improving flexibility. The research aims to develop technological solution for the pump-turbine to minimize the cavitation. The research on pump-turbine strongly collaborate with Uppsala universitet, Sweden. The project work collaborates with other partners in Europe, and gives opportunity to the phd student to exchange ideas and make network. The phd student will also have opportunity to attend the conference and project meeting.
Deadline : 16th October 2023
(14) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD within battery separator research
We have a 3 year vacancy for a PhD Research Fellow in battery separator research at Department of Chemical engineering https://www.ntnu.edu/chemeng. For a position as a PhD Research Fellow, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree. The successful candidate will work for the 3S battery project: “Super selective separators for battery applications”. This project is funded by the Research Council of Norway through the Technological Convergence call. SINTEF industry (Norway) and Uppsala University (Sweden) are the project partners. The objective of the 3S battery project is to develop and engineer tailored separators enabling high electrochemical performances and long cyclic life in Li-S batteries.
Deadline : 15th October 2023
(15) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD position for medical doctor – Neurology and Machine Learning
The Department of Neuromedicine and Movement Science, in collaboration with the Department of Computer Science, has recently launched a large-scale research project on the application of machine learning in headache research entitled Machine Intelligence in Headache (MI-HEAD). The overall goal of the project is to develop and apply artificial intelligence and machine learning methods and frameworks to improve the medical treatment of individuals with primary headaches. In the project, an extensive database consisting of available Norwegian health register data combined with clinical data is used to develop models that predict the effect of migraine medications at the individual level. Such prediction may optimize the administration of correct treatment to individuals with migraine and significantly reduce the negative impacts of headache. We will also carry out a large-scale randomized controlled clinical trial to evaluate the effect of using machine learning to optimize treatment for individuals with migraine. MI-HEAD is organized under the newly established Norwegian Centre for Headache Research (NorHEAD), a nationwide Centre for Clinical Treatment Research funded by the Research Council of Norway. NorHEAD is hosted by the Department of Neuromedicine and Movement Science at NTNU, and collaborates with academic institutions, hospitals, and industry across the nation. MI-HEAD also works in close collaboration with the world-leading High-Dimensional Neurology group at UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, London, UK.
Deadline : 15th October 2023
(16) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate –Designing user interfaces for human-machine teaming for autonomous passenger ferries
The Autoteaming project will develop new technologies and user interfaces for seamless human-machine teaming for the operation of autonomous urban passenger ferries. Recent technology advancements in machine autonomy have demonstrated the potential to significantly enhance maritime operations by improving efficiency, safety, and sustainability. Contemporary design has been guided by the conviction that technology should replace tasks normally done by humans. The problem with this approach is that when the unexpected happens or when the automation inevitably fails, a human navigator must be in the loop to take swift and decisive preventative actions. Therefore, to succeed at leveraging the advantages of advanced automation, the technologies must be designed to support navigators, not supplant them. Our vision is that humans and machines can form effective teams, and we intend to demonstrate this with small-scale autonomous urban ferries supervised from a fully integrated remote control centre. This will be accomplished by combining our existing world-leading research infrastructures, including two proven autonomous urban passenger ferry prototypes and a laboratory dedicated to remote supervisory control of maritime operations. The overall goal of the project is a new operational mode we call “Autoteaming,” where machines and humans co-exist with seamless communication and shared control. The Department of Design has a vacancy for a PhD position in the Autoteaming project to design the user interface for human-machine teaming. The PhD candidate will be part of a multidisciplinary team of researchers. The position’s working place is at the NTNU Shore Control Lab in Trondheim.
Deadline : 15th October 2023
(17) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: NFR funded PhD position in sensory biology of Octopus
We are looking for a PhD Student in marine invertebrate sensory biology with a focus on Octopus and in particular Eledone cirrhosa. The project is funded by the NFR through a FRIPRO young talents research grant. The position is for three years and you will report to Lena van Giesen (Associate Professor). This project will investigate how Octopus use their specific touch taste modality to adapt to specific habitats and investigate how the cellular and molecular underpinnings work together with the peripherally distributed nervous system to support this particular behavior. The project will focus on Ion channel Biophysics focusing on chemotactile receptors (CRs) and combine the results with cellular physiology, anatomy, behavior to address how species specific variation in protein expression and tuning is related to the animals behavior. We also closely collaborate with other researchers to bring these aspects into an environmental context (see relevant publications here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092867420311491 and here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-023-05808-z). In the van Giesen lab we study sensory perception and processing in marine invertebrates. Navigating through a world full of complex information necessitates elaborate sensory organs that are capable of filtering and encoding relevant signals to guarantee the animals survival. These sensory cells and organs are the first connection between the outside world and the nervous system of the animal and are composed of complex cellular and molecular features that have evolved to suit the animal’s unique behavior. We have an interest in cellular physiology, to understand how these cellular and molecular determinants evolved to enable organisms to sense and adapt to their specific niche in the environment. We use different methods to investigate these questions including behavior, anatomy, transcriptomics and electrophysiology with a focus on marine invertebrates, such as corals and Cephalopods.
Deadline : 15th October 2023
(18) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in electrodialysis and recycling of secondary Li based batteries
For a position as a PhD Candidate, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree. The use of lithium ion batteries is growing exponentially and production of such batteries is currently one of the most emerging industries, predicting 100+ giga battery factories in Europe by 2030 and still growing beyond this. Recycling of batteries is currently handled from a waste management objective, but this is now transforming into an industry with resource utilisation objective. As this is an emerging field, several paths for new technologies are rising; and in this project you will have an opportunity to explore different lithium ion battery recycling process routes and how electrodialysis can effectively and efficiently support these. In particular the position will focus on recovery of NMC and LFP elemental recovery in energy efficient ways and with a focus on aqueous electrochemistry.
Deadline : 13th October 2023
(19) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in life prediction of nickel-based alloys under hydrogen environment
For a position as a PhD Candidate, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree. A PhD position is available at the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering within the field of life prediction of nickel-based alloys under hydrogen environment. Nickel-based alloys are extensively used in the oil and gas industry owing to their excellent mechanical properties under harsh environment. Nevertheless, multiple field failures have been reported over the last years, indicating hydrogen-assisted cracking/hydrogen embrittlement (HE) caused by the presence of hydrogen in the environment. Alarmed by this “time bomb” scenario, the oil and gas industry in Norway is attempting to establish a practical guideline related to HE in nickel-based alloys. To meet the urgent industrial needs, microstructure-informed hydrogen embrittlement life prediction of nickel-based alloys (Helife) project, funded by the Research Council of Norway, aims to provide the scientific basis for establishing a practical guideline for HE assessment of both the existing components made of precipitation-hardened nickel alloys and the promising strain-hardened alloys for the subsea applications. The research will focus on investigating the mechanisms of selected materials with representative microstructures under controlled hydrogen environments and well-defined loading conditions, using multiscale mechanical testing and characterization approaches. We are looking for you who want to collaborate with industrial partners and conduct in depth research in this field.
Deadline : 10th October 2023
(20) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in the Area of Edge Intelligence Design and Optimization
At the Department of Computer Science (IDI), we have a vacancy for Ph.D. candidate in edge intelligence.
This PhD project will work at the intersection of edge computing and artificial intelligence (AI). Edge systems are gradually becoming a major platform to implement advanced AI applications. However, edge systems, like mobile phones, are usually subject to limited resources and battery supply. On the other hand, deep learning models are becoming more complicated with more parameters. Thus, there exists a computational gap between resource-limited edge systems and complicated deep learning models. This PhD project will aim at proposing and implementing new techniques and frameworks to design and optimize deep learning models for edge systems. To efficiently execute deep learning applications at the edge, energy-efficient edge accelerators have been proposed in recent years such as EdgeTPU, Eyeriss, etc. Hence, designing and optimizing deep learning models for accelerators requires the knowledge of both accelerators and deep learning techniques. The research outcome is expected to produce high-quality publications in top edge computing/AI venues. For a position as a PhD Candidate, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree.
Deadline : 9th October 2023
(21) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Structural Engineering
We have a vacancy for a PhD Candidate in Structural Engineering at Department of Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering at NTNU in Ålesund, Norway. We are looking for a candidate who is motivation to improve existing and develop new resilience assessment frameworks that can be applied to aging coastal infrastructure. NTNU Ålesund is currently focusing on asset management and resilience of critical transport infrastructure. Resilience can be defined as the ability to anticipate, prepare for, adapt to changing conditions, and withstand, respond to, and recover rapidly from disruptions. The expected increase in the frequency of extreme hazards together with aging infrastructure and following it structural deterioration are two main concerns threatening the resilience of existing coastal infrastructure that consists of multiple bridges, roads and ferry quays that play a crucial role in Norway’s economy and society. This in turn put strains on infrastructure owners that need to prioritize which assets needs retrofit and repair the most. The PhD project aims to contribute to aid decision-makers in how to manage existing assets in order to ensure maximum resilience of the infrastructure network. The goal is to develop a framework for prioritization of which assets should be selected for maintenance, retrofit and repair, based on information gained by modern engineering tools such as finite element model updating, force identification and structural health monitoring.
Deadline : 8th October 2023
(22) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Flexible forming technologies
We are looking for a PhD Candidate in Flexible forming technologies for prototyping and low volume manufacturing of aluminium products.For a position as a PhD Candidate, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree. We are looking for you who wants to join Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at NTNU with flexible forming technologies for prototyping and low volume manufacturing of aluminium products. You will be working toward obtaining a doctoral degree with a research focus on metal forming and elevate your research career by becoming a pivotal part of our dynamic team. If you’re fervent about practical research and wish to make a significant mark in the realm of Metal Forming, we are eager to collaborate with you. The key goal of the position is to explore and enhance our understanding of flexible metal forming processes. We’re particularly interested in processes that have the potential to be cost-effective for low volume manufacturing and prototyping. This might also extend to include the integration of formative processes with additive manufacturing.
Deadline : 8th October 2023
(23) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: Rådgiver/seniorrådgiver – Ph.d.- og forskningsadministrasjon
NTNU har etablert en ny avdeling for forskning, innovasjon og eksterne relasjoner (FIE) i Fellesadministrasjonen. Avdelingen har et bredt spekter av strategiske- og administrative oppgaver innenfor feltet forskning, innovasjon og samarbeid med arbeidslivet. Vi søker derfor etter medarbeidere som vil være med og bygge en kompetent og fremadrettet avdeling. Det lyses ut en fast 100 % stilling innen forskningsadministrasjon med særlig ansvar for strategisk oppfølging av ph.d.-utdanningen ved NTNU. Stillingen inngår i et team som skal støtte arbeidet med å realisere NTNUs forskningsstrategi. Den er tuftet på tre pilarer: utvikling av talenter og fremragende forskningsmiljøer; kvalitetsheving i hele virksomheten; forskning i og på tvers av disipliner. Din nærmeste leder er avdelingsdirektør for avdeling for forskning, innovasjon og eksterne relasjoner og arbeidsted er i Trondheim.
Deadline : 2. oktober 2023
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The Norwegian University of Science and Technology is a public research university in Norway with the main campus in Trondheim and smaller campuses in Gjøvik and Ålesund. The largest university in Norway, NTNU has over 8,000 employees and over 40,000 students. NTNU in its current form was established by the King-in-Council in 1996 by the merger of the former University of Trondheim and other university-level institutions, with roots dating back to 1760, and has later also incorporated some former university colleges. NTNU is consistently ranked in the top one percentage among the world’s universities, usually in the 101–500 range depending on ranking.
NTNU has the main national responsibility for education and research in engineering and technology, and is the successor of Norway’s preeminent engineering university, the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH), established by Parliament in 1910 as Norway’s national engineering university. In addition to engineering and natural sciences, the university offers higher education in other academic disciplines ranging from medicine, psychology, social sciences, the arts, teacher education, architecture and fine art. NTNU is well known for its close collaboration with industry, and particularly with its R&D partner SINTEF, which provided it with the biggest industrial link among all the technical universities in the world. The university’s academics include three Nobel laureates in medicine, Edvard Moser, May-Britt Moser and John O’Keefe.
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