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.
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.
Representatives from SFI CASA and partner Multiconsult recently paid a visit to MX3D, a small Dutch company specializing in the 3D printing of large steel structures.
15 students will be working on master´s theses related to work at SIMLab and SFI CASA this semester.
Guri Lillehaug and Marte Vestermo Nesje study «Combined impact and blast loading on concrete plates».
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.
National Public Radio (NPR) and BBC World Radio recently visited SFI CASA´s Shock Tube Facility.