Group members

National collaboration

  • Prof. Signe Kjelstrup
  • Department of Chemistry, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Topics of collaboration: Nonequilibrium thermodynamics, interfacial phenomena, mathematical modelling of thermoelectric generators and reindeers, transport across membranes, entropy production minimization of process equipment
  • Prof. Dick Bedeaux
  • Department of Chemistry, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Topics of collaboration: Nonequilibrium thermodynamics, interfacial phenomena, Nucleation processes, curvature dependence of the surface tension
  • Dr. Thuat T. Trinh
  • Department of Chemistry, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Topics of collaboration: Nonequilibrium thermodynamics, interfacial phenomena, configurational temperature, molecular dynamics
  • Prof. Odne S. Burheim
  • Department of Energy and Process Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Topics of collaboration: Nonequilibrium thermodynamics, Reverse electrodialysis, ion exchange membranes, thermoelectric generators
  • Prof. D. R. Hjelme
  • Department of Electronic Systems, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Topics of collaboration: Optical sensor technology.
  • Ass. Prof. S. K. Schnell
  • Department of Material Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Topics of collaboration: The thermodynamics of small systems.
  • Prof. A. Hansen
  • Department of Physics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Topics of collaboration: Equilibrium and nonequilibrium thermodynamics of porous media.

International collaboration

  • Prof. David Reguera
  • Department of Fundamental Physics, University of Barcelona
    Topics of collaboration: Interfacial phenomena, Nucleation processes, curvature dependence of the surface tension
  • Dr. Riccardo Rurali
  • Materials Science Institute of Barcelona
    Topics of collaboration: Nanotechnology, Heat transfer through nanowire junctions
  • Prof. E Müller
  • Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London
    Topics of collaboration: Statistical Associating Fluid Theory and Quantum fluids such as Helium, Hydrogen, Deuterium and Neon.