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Hva er en flytende by og hva skal vi med det?

Flere steder i verden påvirkes av havnivåstigning som følge av klimaendringer. Dette fører til  mindre tilgjengelig areal i områder som allerede er tett befolket.

Available position

For a position as a PhD Candidate, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree.

Smart forklart – flytende byer

Centre director, Vegard Øgård Aksnes, and Senior Research Scientist in SINTEF Ocean, Hagbart Skage Alsos are guests in the most recent Smart Forklart podcast episode.

Available position

The Department of Marine Technology, NTNU has a vacancy for a PhD candidate focusing on floating structures for the next generation of ocean industries.

SFI BLUES Days 2022

SFI BLUES Days 2022 On 15 – 16 November the Centre partners gathered in Oslo for the last SFI BLUES days of the year. SFI BLUES is well underway in developing floating structures for the next generation of ocean industries. During the BLUES days we had good discussions, project updates and networking. “The BLUES days […]

Motion response analysis of a Sevan FWT moonpool foundation

For several years Sevan SSP have been pioneers within providing an alternative to the traditional ship-shaped, turret moored designs.

2021 Annual Report

SFI BLUES is in its third year, and the 2021 Annual Report is now ready.

PhD Candidate within Marine Hydrodynamics

The Department of Marine Technology has a vacancy for a PhD Candidate within marine hydrodynamics related to the topic: Wave and current load effects of moored closed aquaculture cages.

Webinar: Floating structures for the next generation of ocean industries

Last week Centre Director Vegard Øgård Aksnes presented SFI BLUES at a Blue Economy webinar. Watch the recording here!

Open post doc position at NGI

Are you interested in developing a soil-structure interaction framework for mooring lines and anchors subjected to cyclic loading? Do you want to be a part of ground-breaking research contributing to the next generation of floating structures for renewable energy (wind and solar), aquaculture and coastal infrastructure?