Category Archives: New research project

The X-ray group now part of H2020 EXCITE

The X-ray group at the department of Physics, NTNU, joined the consortium established by 15 European Universities and research centers, entitled EXCITE (Electron and X-ray microscopy Community for structural and chemical Imaging Techniques for Earth materials). The project EXCITE is organised under the European program  H2020-INFRAIA-2020. It is coordinated by the University of Utrecht, The

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Two new INTPART projects at PoreLab

We are very happy to announce that two INTPART applications directly connected to PoreLab were selected for funding under the 2019 RCN call. INTPART – the “Programme for International Partnerships for Excellent Education, Research and Innovation” – aims at the development of long-term relations between Norwegian higher education and research institutions in a group of

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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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