CASA’s researchers reach out to many more as technical meetings and seminars are now just a click away.
«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.
«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.
When a shiny new car model is rolling off the factory floor, it is also a compact example of research with high utility value. Recently, vendors in car-dealer Møller Bil got a presentation on how scientists at SFI CASA contribute to ever safer vehicles.
Glass is brittle. When it breaks, it happens suddenly and unexpectedly. It is precisely this unpredictable and violent behaviour that attracts the interest of SFI CASA´s Jonas Rudshaug.
Maria Jesus Perez and Borja Erice are leaving CASA and settling down in Spain. The couple takes on new positions at the Mondragón University in The Basque Country.
MSc students Magnus Pjaaka Torp and Håkon Frydenberg study polymeric coated pipelines and their ability to withstand sudden impact.
SFI CASA´s new information video captures how SFI CASA´s research revolves around improving physical security.
CASA and partners recently gathered at Technocentre Renault in Guyancourt, France.
For the first time, 3D printed maraging steel has been studied under ballistic penetration.
Ingvil Smines Tybring-Gjedde got a crash-course in how CASA contributes to increased societal security.
One year ago, SFI-CASA started some preliminary activities in the field of additively manufactured metals.
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.
The international panel of evaluators has conducted the midway evaluation of SFI CASA. Their final judgement is coming up in September-October.
Wrinkles can be found on the surface of largely compressed areas of metallic materials. Researcher Borja Erice knows how they can evolve.
Polymer foams own a combination of two attractive capacities: They weigh next to nothing, and they absorb energy.
Petter Holmström’s fresh PhD thesis brings good news to every industry which moulds fibre-reinforced thermoplastics for withstanding extreme loads.