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Posted: 08 May 2013 10:43 AM PDTLNG is the fastest growing energy carrier in the world and has increasing importance for Norway. Sources of natural gas to be liquefied as well as application areas for LNG become increasingly diversified. This opens up for improving existing as well as developing new concepts for liquefaction of natural gas. Such plants are very energy intensive, and there is a need to evaluate, to compare and to improve process concepts for ...Read More
Posted: 08 May 2013 10:38 AM PDTWe are looking for candidates who are interested in stability of Alpine ecosystems in general and soil degradation/ soil erosion in Alpine grasslands specifically. Aim of the three years SNF funded project is to investigate soil erosion processes in considering winter processes (snow gliding, snow ablation, avalanches) as well as erosion by rain and land use processes. Tools used will be fallout radionuclide background concent ...Read More
Posted: 08 May 2013 10:35 AM PDTA PhD position within condensed matter physics is available at Department of Physics, NTNU. The appointment has duration of 3 years. The position is financed by The Norwegian Research Council. The position is organized at the Department of Physics. Currently, there are 26 professors, 10 associate professors, 7 adjunct professors, 70 PhD research fellows and 25 postdoctoral positions appointed at the Department of Physics. ...Read More
Posted: 08 May 2013 10:28 AM PDTA PhD position in bioinformatics is available at NTNU's Department of Computer and Information Science (IDI; http://www.ntnu.edu/idi/ ). The position is part of the project "Non-coding RNAs in proliferation and differentiation", which is a collaboration between IDI, NTNU's department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine, and Dept. of Medical Genetics at Oslo University Hospital. The position will mainly focus on develo ...Read More
Posted: 08 May 2013 10:21 AM PDTThe Department of Petroleum Engineering and Applied Geophysics at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway invites applicants for a PhD research fellowship within petroleum geophysics. The PhD research fellowships are awarded for a total of 4 years, including one year as teaching assistant for NTNU. The fellowship is within applied geophysics for exploration and production of oil and gas. Mai ...Read More
The Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) unit, is a part of the space Reserach laboratory and will be a new scientific research filed for the institute.
The CVD unit is used to generate the nanocarbon.
The Nanocarbon generated by the CVD method is the most economic and purify relative to the Nanocorbon produced by the other methods known by the ARC discharge and Laser ablation.
For More Details ===>> comming soon
The Space Plasma Unit
It is build to generate plasma with specific properties in high vacuum plasma chamber.
The space-plasma setup contains some of diagnostic tools such as single and double probes, photo diode, and computerized oscilloscope, very sensitive and low-noise CCD camera with optical microscope, spectrophotometer, and sample of solar arrays and cells with different configurations.
The experimental and simulated tests of this system show the plasma effects on different components of spacecraft s' surface. This mechanism studies the charging process, which leads the different surface potentials.
Moreover, the arcing phenomena will be studied in details in terms of arcing current, voltage and temporal evolution of discharge spots.
For More Details ===>> comming soon
The observations of artificial earth satellites has started in 1975. it started in Egypt using the following techniques:-
- Using Small Telescopes
- Photographic Observation Method (using NAFA-25 and AFU-75)
- Laser Observation Method (Half and Full-Automatic station)
For the Helwan SLR Station ===>> on the web Site
For more details about the satellites observations ===>> Helwan_SLR station