PoreLab is a Norwegian Center of Excellence created in 2017 and situated at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, and the University of Oslo (UiO). It focuses on the physics of porous media using experimental, theoretical and computational methods. It is led by six principal scientists from physics, chemistry and reservoir engineering.

Visitor to PoreLab: Welcome to Professor Alain Gibaud

  Professor Alain Gibaud, from Le Mans Université, France, will visit PoreLab Trondheim and give a presentation entitled “Small angle x-ray analysis of mesoporous silica thin films” on January the 29th at 13:00 in our main area (PTS2, 2nd floor)   Abstract: Small angle x-ray analysis of mesoporous silica thin films Alain Gibaud Le MANS Université, IMMM, UMR 6283

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Opening at the University of Oslo: Postdoctoral research fellowship in Computational Physics

The department of Physics at the University of Oslo has an opening for a postdoctoral position within computational physics – Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Computational Physics Job description We invite applications for a challenging postdoctoral position in Computational Physics, available at The Njord Center, University of Oslo. The appointment is a fulltime position and is

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Visitor to PoreLab NTNU: Welcome to Professor Wojciech Debski

Professor Wojciech Debski, head of the department of Theoretical Geophysics at the Polish Academy of Sciences, will visit PoreLab on January the 18th and will give a seminar entitled “Time Reversal method, from mathematical principles to waveform analysis applications”. The lecture will take place at our PoreLab premises (PTS2, second floor) on January the 18th

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Cover story for Entropy

The paper of María Barragán, Kim Kristiansen and Signe Kjelstrup entitled “Perspectives on Thermoelectric Energy Conversion in Ion-Exchange Membranes” was selected by the editors as the cover of Entropy, Volume 20. Congratulations! Abstract: By thermoelectric power generation we mean the creation of electrical power directly from a temperature gradient. Semiconductors have been mainly used for

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Opening at NTNU for an associate Professor position in statistical thermodynamics

The Department of Chemistry at NTNU has an opening for an associate professor with a strong competence in the field of non-equilibrium molecular dynamics simulations. The Department of Chemistry expects the ideal candidate to develop collaborations with members of PoreLab. At PoreLab we work to advance the understanding of flow in porous media. Starting from a sound basis

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