TCM collaboration with universities in Norway
TCMs CO2 capture test programs are exciting for universities. This week we had visits from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and Telemark University College (TUC), which have very strong internationally recognized research programs in chemistry, process chemistry, and energy technology.
Monday a group of associate Lars Olof Nord and professor Olav Bolland from NTNU visited, and Wednesday a group of professor Lars Erik Øi from Telemark University College (TUC) visited.
These visits are part of the collaboration between TCM, NTNU and TUC to provide masters and PhD students relevant tasks from the industry. This results in theses and chapters in phd theses where data and results from TCM are processed and analyzed by internationally leading academic environments.
- TCM also publishes such results, together with the academic community, in highly regarded international peer-reviewed conferences. Work TCM conducts to test, verify and demonstrate CO2 capture processes are thus communicated at an international level in academic environments. TCM is proud to collaborate with the university community in Norway, says TCMs Technology Manager Dr. Espen Steinseth Hamborg
TCM is also collaborating with other universities and research institutions in Norway and internationally within other fields.