The application of laser technology for the environmentally- safe cleaning of industrial objects. The final goal is to manufacture dedicated workstations able to perform the developed processes.
Development of applications for glucomannan polysaccharides and oligosaccharides derived from konjac plants which give substantial health benefits. In particular, prebiotic properties are addressed extensively.
Development of new and innovative methods for improving fire tube boiler efficiency automatically and in-line cleaning of the tubes and cleaning of high temperature smoke.
To identify novel dissociated vitamin d3 analogues that maintain the beneficial effects on bone cells while avoiding potential complications such as hypercalcemia
The proposed project is devoted to solving the problem of sound in metal construction by developing a new material with excellent acoustic properties
The aim of the project is to manufacture renewable plastics (phb, phbv) with a new industrial process.
To develop new technology for recording variable data in a holographic photopolymer film. It will produce highly secure volume holograms, which will increase the level of security of id documents (identity cards and passports).
To develop a high power quasi-cw fibre laser emitting in a visible, uv (ultraviolet) and ir (infrared) wavelength for micro-machining applications.
Current ultrasound transducers have resonant operation in a single frequency band to transmit and receive single band ultrasound pulses, for example centered around 10 mhz. The new imaging technology developed at ntnu and surf, uses dual band transmitted pulse complexes,for example pulse complexes
Adaptation of beam shaping optics for industrial tasks of femtosecond laser micromachining and medical laser diagnostics.