Our neighbours are crushing Norway in innovation. The gap between what the business community needs and what the universities deliver is only growing. What can we do about it? asks SFI CASA´s director Magnus Langseth in this chronicle published in the newspaper Khrono.
Kinga Somlo knows more than most about how the smallest building blocks in metals affect the behaviour of readymade products.
“It was a very inspiring visit. We need more results from research, in line with what CASA has achieved,” said Henrik Asheim after his digital visit to the center.
«Education in physical security stands out, compared to what we normally educate students in at NTNU», states Magnus Langseth in a 25-minutes podcast from Technoport.
«I believe that it is not typical for a research group to reach its hands so far out to industry, as CASA does», says Arjan Strating.
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 road from research to innovation was on the agenda when representatives from Hydro Aluminium Rolled Products and Extrusion Europe visited CASA.
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.
Chronicle. CASA´s director Magnus Langseths raises some crucial questions in The Norwegian Business Daily.
The report shows a realized economic impact of + 150 MNOK, and hundreds of millions of euro saved when industry implements CASA’s technologies and methods.
SFI CASA has established its very first commercial spinoff. The new company is called «Enodo».
It is a challenge to work closely with industry on the one hand and do basic research on the other.
Imagine a Virtual Lab were physical crash tests are made history. If you are a car manufacturer, savings could be significant.