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FRINATEK-Fri prosj.st. mat.,naturv.,tek

Assessement of benthic foraminifera as environmental proxy in the Arctic region

What are the long term oceanographic changes of Arctic fjord and shelf environments? In order to answer this important question this project aims to significantly advance benthic foraminifera as proxy indicators of modern and past environments in the fjor ds and shelves of Svalbard, the Barents S...

Awarded: NOK 5.1 mill.

Project Period: 2007-2014

Location: Troms og Finnmark - Romsa ja Finnmárku - Tromssa ja Finmarkku

FRINATEK-Fri prosj.st. mat.,naturv.,tek

Fabrication of tunable mid-IR laser diodes for sensor and communication applications

This project will focus on new multi-quantum-well lasers in MBE grown gallium antimonide based materials, with wavelengths around 2.33, 2.8, and 3.5 mikrometers, and with line widths and tunability as required for trace gas sensor applications and free sp ace optical communications. The project i...

Awarded: NOK 6.0 mill.

Project Period: 2007-2015

Location: Trøndelag - Trööndelage

FRINATEK-Fri prosj.st. mat.,naturv.,tek

Role of Bursts in Fracture Front Propagation

This project relates to the study of the dynamics of a crack front propagating through a weak plane of a transparent block made of two Plexiglass (PMMA) plates annealed together. The main goal of the project is to study in a systematic and controlle d way, both experimentally and by simulat...

Awarded: NOK 4.3 mill.

Project Period: 2007-2013

Location: Trøndelag - Trööndelage

FRINATEK-Fri prosj.st. mat.,naturv.,tek

SWAT: Semantics-preserving Weaving - Advancing the Technology

When developers construct models or programs from smaller or more generic elements, or when developers are trying to make system families instead of single systems, they are challenged by a large number of different and often overlapping and conflicting m echanisms like e.g. generics and aspect-o...

Awarded: NOK 7.6 mill.

Project Period: 2005-2014

Location: Oslo

FRINATEK-Fri prosj.st. mat.,naturv.,tek

Scientific computing with algebraic and generative abstractions for geophysical problems

Computational modeling using partial differential equations (PDEs) is becoming an important tool for industry and research. The traditional methods for developing such models are time consuming and expensive. Newer methods exploting object oriented and ge nerative techniques are being developed, ...

Awarded: NOK 5.2 mill.

Project Period: 2005-2015

Location: Vestland