Magnus Pjaaka Torp and Håkon Frydenberg are among the crowd of MSc students that are set out to work at SIMLab and SFI CASA this spring. The two of them study polymeric coated pipelines and their ability to withstand sudden impact.
18 students are now set out to work on master´s theses at SIMLab and SFI CASA. See the full list of this spring´s names and topics.
CASA gets down to the second half of the SFI period. It is time both to sum up and to adapt for the future.
The executive board of Trondheim municipality, including the mayor Rita Ottervik, have witnessed a crash test in the kicking machine.
The road from research to innovation was on the agenda when representatives from Hydro Aluminium Rolled Products and Extrusion Europe visited CASA.
In France, earthquake and depressurization effects are considered as a reference accident when engineers design the interior of nuclear power plants. That explains why french researchers subjected fuel rods to severe shockwaves in SIMLabs shock tube recently.
The body of a modern car is like a gigantic 3D Puzzle, with a multitude of different materials, parts and pieces. The joining of all those mixed parts is a crucial challenge in today´s design of car bodies.
SFI CASA´s new information video captures how SFI CASA´s research revolves around improving physical security.
By extensive use of experiments, Susanne Thomesen uncovers the secrets of aluminium. The inside information fills in the big picture under construction by Toppforsk project FractAl.
Our craving for daylight has accelerated the use of glass in modern constructions. However, for those concerned about safety, our passion for the light comes with a dark side.
CEO of Hydro ASA, Hilde Merete Aasheim, recently got a quick course in how the close collaboration with CASA leads to competitive advantages for the aluminium company.
Christian Oen Paulsen went by way of gold to bring our understanding of steel one step further.
Media interest: There have been several media reports on SFI CASA lately.
New knowledge on how to predict the behaviour of elements impossible to see with the naked eye.
What happens deep inside aluminium when the material is bent and pulled to fracture? Emil Christiansen knows.
CASA and partners recently gathered at Technocentre Renault in Guyancourt, France.
The Midway evaluation of SFI CASA could hardly have been more positive.