Author Archives: PoreLab

CSC2I – Spring course on Corrosion Science & Corrosion Control for Infrastructure, TU Delft, The Netherlands

  CSC2I Spring course from 30 March – 3 April 2020, TU Delft, The Netherlands The course on Corrosion Science & Corrosion Control for Infrastructure (CSC2I) www.csc2i.tudelft.nl is an interdisciplinary course, encompassing fundamental aspects of corrosion science & technology, corrosion control and materials science for civil engineering. The course targets material classes as metals & alloys, concrete,

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A new paper explores the stability of droplets, bubbles and films in pores

PhD candidate Magnus Aa. Gjennestad (PoreLab/NTNU) and Senior Researcher/Professor Øivind Wilhelmsen (SINTEF/PoreLab/NTNU) recently published the paper “Thermodynamic stability of droplets, bubbles and thick films in open and closed pores” in Fluid Phase Equilibria. In this work, a thermodynamic description was developed to study the stability of droplets, bubbles and films of water in a pore. For a particular set of conditions,

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A new research project on Ultrasound-Mediated Transport of Nanoparticles in Tissue, developed in collaboration with PoreLab

The FRIPRO project, entitled “Ultrasound-mediated transport of nanoparticles in tissue: A predictive model” and developed by Professor Catharina de Lange Davies, associated member to PoreLab, has received funding from the Norwegian Research Council. This is a main accomplishment! The project can be summarized as follow: A prerequisite for successful cancer chemotherapy is that the drugs

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PredictCUI: A new Knowledge-building Project developed in collaboration with PoreLab

The competence building project “PredictCUI: Prediction of water liquid and vapour migration for mitigating corrosion under insulation” has received funding by the Norwegian Research Council. Here, Prof. Alex Hansen and Prof. Øivind Wilhelmsen from Porelab will collaborate with researchers from SINTEF Energy Research and the industry to deal with one of the major challenges at

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Open position: PhD DeepScale

PhD position (DeepScale) The department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU, in association with our partner, SINTEF, is recruiting a PhD student within the KPN project: DeepScale – Deep Geothermal flow assurance project, cost-efficient scale handling and heat fluid robustness. Find the job offer here: https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/178631/phd-position-deepscale Supervisor: Tore Haug-Warberg at the Department of Chemical Engineering. Deadline is

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Atta-ul Monem Ayaz defends his PhD thesis at the University of Strasbourg on December 16

On Monday, December 16, 2019 Atta-ul Monem Ayaz will defend his thesis  titled “Experimental and numerical investigation of cluster morphologies and dynamic during biphasic flow in porous media”.  The thesis is a  joint Phd  thesis  between the University of Strasbourg and the University of Oslo through a Cotutelle-agreement.  The defense will take place at the

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Welcome to the thesis defense of Bahador Najafiazar on December 13th in Trondheim

Bahador Najafiazar – Department of Geoscience and Petroleum, Faculty of Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway Defence of Thesis: December 13th Bahador Najafaziar has submitted the following academic thesis as a part of the doctoral work at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Geoscience and Petroleum « HyGreGel: A new class of gel systems

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