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SUBPRO invites petroleum students
mars 2, 2022 @ 18:15 - 22:00
Dear Petroleum students!
1st grade petroleum masters (2year Mc) / 4th year petroleum (5 year integrated Bc+Mc) are invited to a company presentation with SUBPRO on Wednesday 2 March at 18:15! This is a great opportunity for summer jobs and maybe also masters/Phd internships. The Industry Committee in Høiskolens Chemikerforening (website, wiki) invites 4th grade (1st year masters) to a company presentation.
The company presentation will inform about SUBPRO as a company, through presentations by, among others, center manager Sigurd Skogestad, SUBPRO master’s student and former intern Robert A. G. Larsen, as well as a couple of PhD candidates.
Opportunities for summer jobs will also be presented!
After the presentation we go to Kjelhuset, where there will be mingling and serving of pizza, soft drinks and beer. Each participant will be given two drinking vouchers each. Remember to check off allergies or dietary preferences on the registration form.
What: Company presentation with SUBPRO
Who: 4th year / 1st year masters petroleum
Where: Presentation at S3 (QR-code mazemap), Pizza at Kjelhuset afterwards
When: Wednesday 2 March at 18:15
Registration: Thursday 24 February at 12:00 link will be posted at both:
Deregistration deadline: Monday 22 February 23:59.
Facebook event: https://fb.me/e/YEQ0q80O
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Some information about SUBPRO:
SUBPRO is a researched-based innovation centre (SFI) within subsea production and Processing.
Partners: NTNU – Equinor –Lundin Energy – Neptune Energy – Aker BP – DNV – Kongsberg Digital – Aker Solutions – TotalEnergies – TechnipFMC
To accelerate the level of innovations within the subsea oil and gas industry, a new centre for research-based innovation (SFI) within subsea production and processing, called SUBPRO, was started up in the third quarter of 2015 – headed by NTNU. The research centre is financed by the Research Council of Norway and several major international energy companies and subsea system suppliers.
The unique feature of the SUBPRO centre is that it combines world class subsea competence and experience provided by the industry partners, with research performed by scientifically strong academic groups from the Departments of Chemical Engineering, Geoscience and Petroleum, and Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at NTNU. The centre works within a wide range of areas – from fundamental research on breakage of droplets and coalescence, to gas, oil and water treatment, system control, field architecture and reliability and safety. A significant potential lies within the cross-discipline collaboration between these different research areas.
About 25 PhD students and postdocs work at the center at any given time and we are also looking for students for summer jobs (primary as recruitment to SUBPRO).