The Research Council of Norway is very pleased with the performance of SFI CASA so far. The report after their site visit in February is full of praise, topped with a bit of sound advice.
SFI CASA will host DYMAT’s 23rd Technical Meeting from 12 to 14 September 2017. The theme is Dynamic Fracture of Ductile Materials and abstract submission deadline is 15 January.
PhD Candidates Jens Kristian Holmen and Lars Edvard Dæhli both put aluminium alloys to the test in their contributions to the 21st European Conference on Fracture in Catania, Italy next week. Here are the abstracts:
Marion Fourmeau, who defended her PhD at SFI SIMLab in 2014, has been awarded the James Clerk Maxwell Writers Prize for 2015. The prize is awarded by Philosophical Magazine and Philosophical Magazine Letters. Along with
Norwegian hotel tycoon Arthur Buchardt thinks the new government headquarters in Oslo should be wooden. Two months ago the world’s tallest wooden building was completed in Bergen. It is 51 metres tall, has 14 storeys
At the Marine 2015 Conference in Rome in June, post doc Martin Kristoffersen from NTNU presented his research on X65 steel pipes subjected to combined stretching and bending. Here’s the abstract: “Subsea pipelines
At the Marine 2015 Conference in Rome in June, post doc Martin Kristoffersen from NTNU presented his research on X65 steel pipes subjected to combined stretching and bending. Here’s the abstract:
Maximal expertise on how and where nuts and bolts fail can obviously be of critical importance. Here’s an abstract of a presentation by PhD candidate Erik Løhre Grimsmo in one of SFI CASA’s internal seminars recently.