Tidligere arrangementer - Side 2
Vegard Krogsethagen and Amund Johannessen - students at Department of Informatics, will present their Master thesis in the auditorium at ITS.
Networks have become a powerful abstraction to represent a multitude of complex systems and analyse them using a common set of tools.
Come join us for an interesting lunch talk!
Recently, with more applications of energy storages, plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) and renewable energy sources in residential sectors, providing reliable heat and electrical power distribution into buildings are getting more attention.
The workshop is foreseen to serve as a forum of discussion between interested members of academia and other research institutions and Norwegian industries
AI has proved its capability in enabling machines to have some sort of human perceptions. One interesting challenge is: Can machines own perceptions beyond human?
Node energy consumption variation with the protocols WirelessHART and RPL in a Wireless Sensor Network – a study on different impacts on node lifetime
Master student Idun Osnes will defend her thesis on Wednesday the 20'th. Her work is part of the project INTEGRARE.
Conference Chairs are Sabrina Sartori (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Jacques Huot (Jacques.email@example.com).
eSIM – towards a new paradigm er tittelen på fredagens gjesteforelesning på ITS.
Hvordan fange publikums oppmerksomhet? Hvordan så et lite frø som gir ledere, politikere, media, forskere, oppdragsgivere, virkemiddelapparatet og andre samfunnsengasjerte lyst til å lese mer, lære mer og til og med endre sin praksis?
Bring your own lunch. Coffee/tea is on the house. We hope to see you at ITS!
Karen holds a PhD (2017) in Energy System Analysis from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), analysing the impact of Zero Energy Buildings on the Power System.
The talk will take place on Friday the 23'rd of March at ITS.
Christofaro will talk about the role of redundancy in control and estimation of dynamical systems.
Faulwasser will hold a presentation of the theme Predictive and Optimization-based Control for Mechatronic Systems.
Optimisation-based control and estimation for autonomous systems. Meet postdoc Mario Zanon at the Department of Technology Systems Monday the 18'th of December.
Velkommen til lunsjkollokvium med ITS-foreleser Terje Tjelta i auditoriet fredag 1.desember klokka 12.00.
Come and meet some of our both interested and interesting lecturers and connected researchers, all of whom offer master’s theses from the research they are doing.
Jonas will present his PhD work Passive UV remote sensing of volcanic sulphur and halogen emissions (Ph.D. Project) Thursday 26'th of October at ITS.
Christopher A. Dirdal has submitted his thesis entitled:
“Metamaterial effective parameters”
in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of PhD in Electronics and Telecommunications at the Department of Electronic Systems, NTNU.
Anne-Lena Kampen has submitted her thesis entitled: “Wireless Sensor Networks: energy efficiency and path recovery” in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of PhD in Telematics at the Department of Information Security and Communication Technology, NTNU.
Martin Rytir has submitted his thesis entitled:“Satellite-Earth Propagation Effects at Low Elevation Angles; Measurements and Modelling” in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of PhD in Electronics and Telecommunciations at the Department of Electronic Systems, NTNU.
M.Sc. Jonas Sottmann vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden PhD:
Synchrotron Based Operando Methods for Characterization of Non-Aqueous Rechargeable Battery Electrode Materials