Hopefully my PhD project will contribute to a sustainable woodstove future, where the impact on climate is mitigated and the air quality will be improved, which will improve people’s health and quality of life.
Congratulations to Professor May-Britt Moser and the research community at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, who were awarded a new Centre of Excellence (CoE) today!
NTNU is introducing a new Rights Retention Strategy – RRS which ensures Open Access to all new scientific articles published by NTNU’s researchers – from day one!
Battery behavior is best studied through experiments. However, time-consuming cycling tests are required to ensure that a specific battery design will perform well over its entire life. I aim to develop a new computational tool for long-term battery testing.