Nettsider med emneord «sensor technology»

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Publisert 29. okt. 2020 23:24

Through the EU-funded 3D-MUSE project, we can design in one of the most advanced CMOS technologies available. We also get a taste of technologies that will not be widely available until a few years from now. Within this project, the ASIC design company Ideas together with IFI want to offer a master project where some key elements for a sensor system shall be designed.

Publisert 31. aug. 2020 11:45

Water flow on, in and under glaciers still remains a poorly understood system. Water can flow over the surface of glaciers, as well as through channels inside and under the ice. The water thereby has a strong influence both on ice melt and glacier dynamics, making glacial hydrology an important field of study.

Publisert 31. aug. 2020 11:42

Water flow on, in and under glaciers still remains a poorly understood system. Water can flow over the surface of glaciers, as well as through channels inside and under the ice. The water thereby has a strong influence both on ice melt and glacier dynamics, making glacial hydrology an important field of study.

Publisert 2. okt. 2019 09:38

Water flow on, in and under glaciers still remains a poorly understood system. Water can flow over the surface of glaciers, as well as through channels inside and under the ice. The water thereby has strong influence both on ice melt and glacier dynamics, making glacial hydrology an important field of study.

Publisert 25. jan. 2019 08:56

Water flow on, in and under glaciers still remains a poorly understood system. Water can flow over the surface of glaciers, as well as through channels inside and under the ice. The water thereby has strong influence both on ice melt and glacier dynamics, making glacial hydrology an important field of study.

Publisert 25. jan. 2019 08:55

Water flow on, in and under glaciers still remains a poorly understood system. Water can flow over the surface of glaciers, as well as through channels inside and under the ice. The water thereby has strong influence both on ice melt and glacier dynamics, making glacial hydrology an important field of study.