portrett av Marit Reitan
Studies and student life

The number of applicants to NTNU remains stable

A total of 23,888 applicants have chosen NTNU as their first choice for higher education. There has been a significant increase in applicants for technology-related programs.
This reaffirms NTNU’s position as the most attractive university in the country.

Man in white coat sitting by a laboratory bench.

Developing new therapies and methods to treat diseases

The newly established company Zenit Science will develop new tools and new treatments for complex diseases. Zenit Science has been established by researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and the University of Oslo/Oslo University Hospital.

Aurora Skare Haavaag i Lilletanken pÄ Tyholt i Trondheim, eksperiment med modell av solÞy

Floating solar islands can give the world green energy while saving valuable land area

My PhD consists of working with a membrane-based structure for floating solar panels in the ocean.

Portrait of Marit Reitan
Studies and student life

Copilot is now available for all students

Copilot is a chatbot and language model tool that works in the same way as, for example, ChatGPT.

en stor gruppe mennesker stÄr pÄ trappene utenfor en stor murbygning.

Celebration of 217 new doctors

Friday 8 March the stage was set for another solemn celebration of these new PhDs, on the same day as International Women’s Day.

Et datategnet illustrasjonsbilde. Bakgrunnen er av pasteller som bÞlger vannrett, foran ser du tre skjermbilder fra et dataprogram. VerktÞylinje pÄ venstre side en liten boks midt pÄ der det stÄr "introducing copilot"

NTNU is testing AI tool on behalf of the public sector

NTNU, together with the Norwegian Data Protection Authority, will find out how the public sector should deal with the new generative AI tool, Copilot for Microsoft 365, and other similar tools.

Bilde fra campus Ålesund
Organization news

No reports of damages at NTNU’s campuses

The preparedness that was put in place beforehand has now been lifted.

Bilde fra Campus Ålesund
Organization news

Campuses in Trondheim and Ålesund closed from Wednsday evening and until 8 am Thursday

Campuses in Ålesund and Trondheim will be closed for events between 7:00 p.m. Wednesday evening and 8:00 a.m. Thursday morning due to extreme weather. This is because the extreme weather “Ingunn” is expected to be at its most intense during this period.

Portrett av BjÞrn Haugstad. Han stÄr utenfor Hovedbygningen pÄ GlÞshaugen i Trondheim
Organization news

The extreme weather “Ingunn” will have consequences in Ålesund and Trondheim

The predicted extreme weather “Ingunn” will have consequences for students and employees in Trondheim and Ålesund. Classes in Ålesund will be closed on Wednesday. NTNU requests that everyone at the affected campuses exercise extra caution and follow the advice given.