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To model the formation of today's geology, it is important to be able to "travel back in time". Mathematics- and physics-based numerical simulations are an enabling technology in this context.
Schneider Electric Norway AS has proposed master projects that will be co-supervised by them and will involve real and challenging ICT problems in their organisation. Part of the work will be done at their offices at Ryen.
Calculating the exact travel time of a train through a train station can be critical to achieving the capacity goals of the national railway network. There is a lot of theory describing how these calculation can be done, but lack of good computer tools cause the railway engineers to postpone such calculations until after the station's design is finished. And then, no matter what the calculations show, it can be too late to implement any changes.
By integrating train travel simulation into design software, railway engineers can check their station capacity while still working on the design, before it's too late to improve it.
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This research topic provides three different topics for Master Theses
COMPET is a research project dedicated to build a high resolution, high sensitivity and MRI compatible PET scanner.
COMPET er et forskningsprosjekt som skal implementere en pre-klinisk MRI kompatibel PET-skanner med høy oppløsning og høy sensitivitet.