44 PhD, Postdoctoral and Faculty Positions at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



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The Norwegian University of Science and Technology is a public research university with campuses in the cities of Trondheim, Gjøvik, and Ålesund in Norway, and has become the largest university in Norway, following the university merger in 2016.


PhD position in simultaneous localization and mapping for autonomous ships at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics
PhD position within Turbomachinery in Organic Rankine Cycles
Teacher in advanced CSS, Associate Professor II / Assistant Professor II
Two postdoctoral research scientists in Plant Cell and Developmental Biology
PERMANENT RESEARCHER POSITION IN MATERIALS SCIENCE/PROCESS METALLUGY
PhD position in Explainable AI for Autonomous Ships at the Department of ICT and Natural Sciences
Postdoctoral Fellow in structural design and optimization of a novel wind turbine concept
Researcher – (NETI)  – Institutt for elkraftteknikk
CERN-NTNU Doctoral Studentship – Institutt for fysikk
Postdoctoral Fellow – The Department of Structural Engineering-Institutt for konstruksjonsteknikk

PhD position in Experimental physics: Corrosion under Insulation
PhD candidate in medicine and health science (global health)
PhD position in mission planning systems for autonomous ships at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics
PhD position in situational awareness for autonomous ships at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics
PhD position in safety demonstration using digital twin at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics 
PhD candidate within AI decision transparency in autonomous maritime operations
PhD position in Artificial intelligence and computer vision for applications in Fish Welfare monitoring at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics
PhD position in Autonomous vessels for controlled Fish-Machine-interaction at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics
PhD position in Modelling, simulation and digital twins of bio-technological systems at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics 
PhD Increasing social interaction in local centers around public transport stops – Institutt for arkitektur og planlegging
PhD candidate in Building Energy Modelling – Institutt for arkitektur og teknologi

PhD position in docking and berthing systems for autonomous ships at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics
PhD position in radio channel measurements and modeling in maritime scenarios at the Department of Electronic Systems
PhD “Nudging walking through urban planning and design – Understanding the influence of urban environments on the subjective experience of walking”
Postdoc researcher at The Norwegian Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory
Adjunct Associate Professor in Software Engineering – Software Startup 
PhD fellowship in algebraic topology and tensor-triangulated geometry
Postdoctoral fellowship in algebraic topology and tensor-triangulated geometry
PHD POSITION IN CLINICAL MEDICINE
PhD Research Fellowship in Computational NanoPhysics
Research Assistant (Coordinator)
Postdoctoral position in “Intelligent and Coordinated Control for Inverter in Microgrid”
PhD Candidate in molecular ecology/parasitology

PhD candidate in Clinical and Molecular Medicine
PhD Candidate: Resource efficiency and local climate action
PhD position within Power System Protection and Control in Digital Substations (ProDig)
Laboratory technician
Postdoctoral fellow in cell and molecular neurobiology
Professor/Associate Professor in Biopolymer Science – Institutt for bioteknologi og matvitenskap
PhD Candidate in Marine Cybernetics and Safety Assurance
PhD Candidate in online risk modeling of autonomous ships – Institutt for marin teknikk
Post Doc in simulation-based risk modeling for operational decision support and verification
PhD Candidate, Data Infrastructure and Benchmarking of Co-Simulation for Demanding Marine Operations
Professor in Project Management – Institutt for industriell økonomi og teknologiledelse

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