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.
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.
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.
The NTNU board has decided that the rector position will be announced now, but that time should be spent on investigating the management model at NTNU.
New Year’s Greeting from the acting Rector, Tor Grande.
NTNU has a tradition of giving an annual gift to a charitable organization. This year, 200,000 Norwegian kroner is being donated to Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) for their humanitarian work in war and conflict zones.
Anne Borg has resigned as the rector of NTNU and is stepping down with immediate effect. The board has appointed Tor Grande as the new acting rector. Grande has been Prorector for research at the university since 2021.
Our own Inga Strümke is awarded the Research Council’s Award for Excellence in Communication of Science 2023 for her work in communicating about artificial intelligence. This is the first time a researcher from NTNU has received this prestigious award.