Aluminum makes our modern lives work. Sigurd Aune’s PhD work could help things work even better.
Politicians from the Labour Party got a tour and several live demos on how SIMLab works with physical security.
Miguel Costas Appointed as Associate professor at SIMLab. Thus, the group strengthens its activities within the design and modelling of aluminium structures.
According to PhD candidate Jianbin Xu, a bumpy bike ride is comparable with understanding the Portevin-Le Chatelier effect in some metallic materials.
What happens inside a material before it breaks and fails? How do deformations and cracks occur, and how do they propagate?
Sondre Bergo loves equations. That passion helps him closer to the goal of predicting the exact moment when fractures occur in ductile metals.
«To receive an ECR means a lot to me. It tells me that my work is recognised for its quality and importance», says Postdoc researcher at CASA, Emil Christiansen.
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.
Professors Knut Marthinsen and Randi Holmestad strengthen the NTNU-Japan connection.
Significant industrial trends can pave the way for closer collaboration between SFI CASA and the world’s largest producer of aluminium profiles.
Birgit Søvik Opheim never considered a PhD until a couple of people gave her a personal, gentle push.
Mikhail Khadyko heads north again. This time as an associate professor.
In 1580, the Swedes produced cannons and cannonballs in Finspång. Today, they friction stir weld battery trays for electric vehicles: welcome to the innovation & technology hub of Hydro Extruded Solutions.
Can wood be used as a major component in the new government buildings in Oslo? This was the topic of a Parliament hearing on 16 March. SFI CASA Director Magnus Langseth was summoned.
Electricity pylon Alma has half the weight of her steel competitors. She just might signal the start of another victory for aluminium structures. Alma is made from fifteen different profiles. Eight of them are brand new. NTNU helped find the best.
Associate Professor Ida Westermann has a bun in the oven. Don’t worry. She knows how to bake. Even aluminium.