Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) -- Norway's largest and most prominent engineering school NTNU was established in 1996 after the merger of six research and higher educational institutions in Trondheim. It now has over 40 000 students on 3 campuses, about half study technology and natural sceinces. NTNU produces 75 per cent of Norway's master candidates in technology . Selected facts and figures:
- 371 study programmes (2019), as well as continuing education
- 3629 (9 per cent) of the students are international, from 119 countries (2019)
- Just over half of the students are women (2019)
-7586 bachelor's and master's degrees awarded (2019)
Prof. Anne C. Elster, director of the HPC-Lab in the Department of Computer Science, has been hosting the NTNU booth at SC with her graduate students since 2007. Dr. Elster attended SC90 and has attended almost all SCs ever since.
She is currently advising several PhD students and 10+ master students, many of who will be attending this year´s virtual conference.
Her Heterogeneous and Parallel Computing (HPC) Lab focuses on developing methods and tools for taking advantage of the computational power of multi- and many-core systems. Her lab will be part of the new Center for Reseach-based Innovation (SFI), CGF - Center for Geophysical Forecasting, that is starting up in 2021.
For more information about NTNU, see: https://www.ntnu.edu.
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Please check out our webpages and jobnorge.no if you are interested in a PhD or Post Doc at NTNU.